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The Upper Missouri River Basin in the Nineteenth Century: Military Frontier - Rogers Archaeology Lab

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02/26/2015

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Steve Kaighen

Lotte Govaerts,

Just wanted to comment on how much I enjoy reading your blog posts on The Upper Missouri River Basin in the Nineteenth Century: Fur Trade and Military, these are my two primary areas of study. I have an extensive collection of Fur Trade and early military artifacts found over the years and have enjoyed studying, researching and preserving them. Your website has greatly enhance my ability to analyze and study these artifacts of the past, thank you!

Steve

Lotte Govaerts

Thank you for your comment. We are very happy that you find our blog posts enjoyable and useful!

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