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This is from the Colorado State Muzzle Loading Association journal "POKE & STROKE". No joke, it is really called this. We were not responsible for the name; those guys are long gone. Thanks to Jan Manning & Michael McCormick for their endless work in producing this information, hell they were the only two that could type back in those days. I serviced as Editor, President, Vice President, Treasurer, Membership guys (have been in every officer’s chair in 12 plus years of service), when someone said "I can help" that was always a surprise as in this case.
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The Fur Trade and Historical Archaeology
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The Fur Trade and Historical Archaeology
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