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[NS-CB-L] North America IGI Batch Numbers Facility now available
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[NS-CB-L] Scottish History Site
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[NS-CB-L] Thanks...
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[NS-CB-L] address!!! Help.....
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Re: [NS-CB-L] Re: NS-CAPE-BRETON-D Digest V02 #50
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[NS-CB-L] Re: NS-CAPE-BRETON-D Digest V02 #50
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[NS-CB-L] Highland Village Iona
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Re: [NS-CB-L] Ancestry.com - Passenger list to Cape Breton from Ireland - 1744
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[NS-CB-L] Ancestry.com - Passenger list to Cape Breton from Ireland - 1744
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[NS-CB-L] The Clearances
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[NS-CB-L] The Clearances
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[NS-CB-L] East Bay
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[NS-CB-L] Carlin, Hankard, Ma/eloney Sidney early 1800s
by Janet E. Meleney
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[NS-CB-L] Mabou Pioneers Vol. 2
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Re: [NS-CB-L] A.F. Church map for Cape Breton Cty?
by Phil Irons
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Re: [NS-CB-L] A.F. Church map for Cape Breton Cty?
by Janet E. Meleney
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[NS-CB-L] A.F. Church map for Cape Breton Cty?
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[NS-CB-L] Harris/Wludyka/Ivy/Chaisson
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[NS-CB-L] IGI U.K. Searches
by George Marshall
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[NS-CB-L] MABOU PIONEERS VOLUME 2
by norm macdonald
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