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Re: Changing horses in MO during the war-your opinion needed
Posted by: Colin Eby (ID *****6472) Date: February 01, 2007 at 23:22:10
In Reply to: Re: Changing horses in MO during the war-your opinion needed by Glynda of 15140

Hmm, a duplicate Bloody Bill? Interesting....Glynda I would love to hear everyone's viewpoint including yours on this second Bloody Bill. I for one still say that you can use census' and surveys and newspapers and Geneology all you want. But there's also the psychological and emotional element. I know that in some stories in history it can help to look at things though more of a psychological viewpoint to help put a different spin on things. Then I say throw everything in the pot and do a DNA test and enjoy the results! :-)

-Colin


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