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Stop and Jots
1.Stop and jots are not notes
2.Stop and jots are thoughts that you have well reading
3.They are thoughts that you don't need to share
Summary's on Reenactors
Mistress McQueen had an indentured servant at an inn that was also a school, church and court room. She also had to be the eyes and ears of the town because she owned the inn.
Peter Smith was a frontiers men who lived 10 hours from any settlement so that meant he had a lot of room for hunting. He also hunted about every day.
Private Rolland Soul was a British soldier, and a he was a General. He got to throw hand grenades.
Ira Quinn was a toy seller that sold toys for a little money to pay for food. All of her toys were made from wood that her husband Zeb carved.
Zeb was a carpenter who had tools that carved wood such as an ax, a hatchet and other types of tools that helped carve wood.
Charles Walker was a part of the American army and he had six weapons on him at one time in a battle, such as a pistol, hatchet, saber, dagger, musket and a piece of useless chrome armor that only symbolized your wealthiness.
Joseph O’Fallon was a trapper who trapped beavers that cost a lot money because you sell by packs of nineteen.
Janette Lundahl was a spinner who made clothes for mostly kids and tired to use white cotton for most of her clothes.
Leon and Catherine Dubois sold clothes to younger kids once potty trained.
Captain John Ira Parke was a surveyor who measured land in the Colonies.
Stop And Jots
This how it all works.
So the sun melts a block of ice then it goes through the funnel that has water from the ice that triggers the scale to shoot out balls that hi a wall that pushes a switch that turned on a robot helicopter has a special course that it is programed to do to cut a rope to lets a toy car move down a track and at the the end of the track it rames into my head just to wake me up. in the morning.
I only got this much because I was at band for a while.
Stop and Jots
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