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    See this example numbers..

    This is really far away from each other. This is only one coincidence, that he picked sentences that are relevant to each other..

    a few small settlements where it was impossible to speak to(184) the eastward(360) and succeeded in talking to them I gave them some of everything I had(780)

    Notice how he jumped from 184 to 360 to 780..That is why this is questionable yet interesting. I am encouraging everyone to try it number by number and let me know what you find out...:-D

    Also try the first 3 numbers in page one using this key. tell me what you noticed.
    (71) (194) (38)

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    HH! Good Luck! Have FUN!

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    Guys, Can I request a data? I know that this stuff may sound stupid to everyone. But, can you give me details about the name of

    JAMES JOPLING

    Please, give me all you can find. I dont have a data about this.

    Also include John Otey.

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    Here is an information that you might need. Page 9 and Page 15. Let me know if its a fact or fiction. :-D

    https://www.dhr.virginia.gov/VLR_to_...Nomination.pdf

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    Just to let everyone know. I find another document today which you can read on the link below.

    https://repository.si.edu/bitstream/...=1&isAllowed=y

    I hope this helps.

    Anyway, even with a lot of "coincidences" we have, as long as we cant solve the Key problem, or find data about James Jopling, all of this will be considered as fake/hoax or

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    Where do you think the Indians come from?

    Lynchburg, January 4th, 1822.

    "Everything necessary for our purposes and for the prosecution of the work had been obtained from Santa Fe, and no trouble was experienced in procuring assistance from the Indians in our labors."

    I would like to guess. Maybe from peaks of Otter? Unless we got the names or solve the Key problem, this will always be a question.

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    Just for everyone to wonder. Why?


    Attachment 1903463

  8. #53

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    Cherokee Nation owned PoO...

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    Several Tribes wanted PoO.

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    Quick question, are there 3 tribe in the peaks of otter? It seems to me that there are Indians in.


    1. Taylors' Mountain
    2. Northwest of Sharptop, Somewhere In Sheepcreek/ Jay Bird Lane
    3. Further North of Harkening Hill, Maybe Munford?

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    In the message there is really a missing cipher..I don't know if it still exist. It has led me to PB Innis.

    Is there a name John Otey during that time? There seems to be 2 John Which I think was Wood and Otey.
    Is John Otey a Soldier too? I cant find any data on the Internet..

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    Please also give me details about the TWIN OAKS. My information about this is very Limited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhonnz41 View Post
    Where do you think the Indians come from?

    Lynchburg, January 4th, 1822.

    "Everything necessary for our purposes and for the prosecution of the work had been obtained from Santa Fe, and no trouble was experienced in procuring assistance from the Indians in our labors."

    I would like to guess. Maybe from peaks of Otter? Unless we got the names or solve the Key problem, this will always be a question.
    The Native American reference concerns tribes north of Santa Fe, most likely in Colorado.
    I have found this reference questionable- why would Indians help white interlopers mine gold and silver on tribal lands?
    jhonnz41 likes this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    The Native American reference concerns tribes north of Santa Fe, most likely in Colorado.
    I have found this reference questionable- why would Indians help white interlopers mine gold and silver on tribal lands?
    Exactly. Where did they get Indians? How could they communicate with them? Did they point a gun at their heads so they will cooperate?

    They seem to have learned a way to communicate with them, there should be a translator. I am thinking that they could be the same Indians found in Bedford.

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    Cherokee Nation owned PoO; it was named... OTTARI (Ottari). "Google" Peaks of Otter - wiki.

 

 
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