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Re: Happy Thanksgiving

To: Tab Julius <>
Subject: Re: Happy Thanksgiving
From: Barrie Robinson <>
Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2002 15:18:23 -0800

No no no!  You will never find your 1621 map in the boot!  It will be in a 
leather pouch sufficiently large enough to put your Massachusetts road map 
in after folding carefully. This pouch hanging on your waist belt as these 
maps are expensive little suckers and navigators liked them close.   And by 
the way Rand McNally did not do a 1621 Massachusetts map - his father 
Ronald did!

At 12:34 PM 11/29/2002 -0500, Tab Julius wrote:

>For some reason I can't find my Rand McNally Massachussets roadmap from 
>1621.  I've looked in the glove compartment!  Maybe it's in the boot of 
>the car.
>At 01:39 PM 11/29/02, Barrie Robinson wrote:
>>Being an avid antique map collector I will presume to advise on the 
>>correct spelling.  Just look on a map of the period.  It will have the 
>>contemporary spelling.  What happens after is anybody's 
>>guess.  Unfortunately my maps are earlier (1486) than the Mayflower 
>>landing, or are not of that area.  But consultation with libraries or 
>>museums should help.
>>At 09:27 PM 11/28/2002 -0500, Tab Julius wrote:
>>>FWIW, the plantation nearby spells it "Plimouth" - apparently the
>>>"old-style" spelling.
>>Barrie Robinson -


Barrie Robinson -

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