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Wednesday, 24 August 2011

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Charles Umbanhowar

Mike,

Thanks for your interest and would love to have help with weather diary. Please get a hold of me via email so we can arrange details. My email is posted on my web site at St. Olaf

Charles

Mike Lukes

Hi, I am interested in your project, especially making JNN notebooks and sketch maps available on line. BTW, I got the LOC to scan the 1843 map and then put it on Wikipedia. If there is a way to help with the weather diary I would like to do that (I am a meteorologist with the NWS at Grand Forks, ND.). Anyway, I find JNN very inspirational and would like to help tell his story to the rest of the world.

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