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Re: Stephen Stevenson micmac indian {Notre Dame Bay}
Posted by: Wm Considine (ID *****8725) Date: August 19, 2002 at 19:14:31
In Reply to: Stephen Stevenson micmac indian{Notre Dame Bay} by Tina Burry of 1169


You may be one of the last people who can act as a witness of the extinction of the BEOTHUK Nation. You must read the story of Mary March (the last known Beothuk indian of Newfoundland who d. 1824). If you know more about the final days of the unfortunate "Mary March" who d. 1824 as a serving maid in St. John's as the last living native Beothuk), please tell us more about her story.

This is one of the most unknown stories of native persons in all of North America. If you have more details about it, please let us know about it.

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