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From: jon miner <>
Subject: Re: [Melungeon] Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Sephardic and other meaningful, non-Indian exotic cultural Presence in NORTH America before 1619
Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2005 14:07:00 -0800 (PST)
friend9nine9 <> wrote: Well, JD, I'm not sure I get your point, but there is a BIG difference
between rekigion and ethnicity.
Curtis Let me rephrase my email. then see my question below.
wrote: it would be nice if someone credible unbiased person . . . a skeptic who would unflinchingly follow all leads and report it all, come-what-may . . . someone like Tim .
. . if someone like him--a professional or highly skilled and competent
amateur historical researcher--would take on the task . . . someone not
already known to be a looney-toon where this topic of exotic co-founders of
Melungeonism is concerned . . . who would do an unbiased investigation
into Unless you can think of some instance?? I'm open to being open-minded .
OK ,My question to you is this. How can Tim not be biased since he is an Angolan? If he was not an Angolan then I would agree. JD
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