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Subject: [Q-R] Today in History Oct 29
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 10:20:49 EST


Oct 29, 1712 Settlers in Portsmouth, New Hampshire hold a conference to
advise belligerent Indians that " Queen Annes War" is over and fighting should
stop, it took almost 9 months for a treaty to be signed
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Oct 29, 1634 Jesuit Jean de Brebeuf travels to the Petun Indian nation, in
Ontario
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Oct 29, 1629 Samuel de Champlain freed from fortress at Gravesend, England
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Oct 29, 1618 Sir Walter Raleigh is beheaded in London


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