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From: "brenda" <>
Subject: Re: [Melungeon] Spanish Presence in North America
Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2005 09:17:37 -0500
Hmmmm.... what a wonderful thought, Helen. I am wondering of the
archdiocese of areas with large NA communities would know the contact people
to get this info. I'll bet it is there.
> I don't know....I am trying to say that the Roman Catholic Church most
> likely has many records that were sent back to the New World. I don't know
> if the Roman Catholic Church has published anything on their converted
> subjects, the Native Americans?
> Melungeon hugs,
> Dennis Maggard <> wrote:
> From: "Melungeon Movement"
>> That sure is a very short history of New Spain. The time span 1570-1793
> is 223 years. Women came as early as 1509.
> I don't understand your point, Helen. I wasn't giving a history of New
> Spain, just some demographic data I found readily available on the net
> supports your statement about the Spanish population of New Spain.
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