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    2  Re: Civil War :Researching and Writing our True Le - Write Away
    Ed What's your point? What frame of documented evidence? Frankly I'm surprised by your posting..

    3  Knox Family of North Carolina - Malcolm S Knox
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    4  Re: Civil War :Researching and Writing our True Le - Ed Adams
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