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[[User:FilipinoMan|FilipinoMan]] ([[User talk:FilipinoMan|talk]]) 17:07, January 24, 2019 (UTC)FilipinoMan
 
[[User:FilipinoMan|FilipinoMan]] ([[User talk:FilipinoMan|talk]]) 17:07, January 24, 2019 (UTC)FilipinoMan
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==RA and Dougs Reply ==
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Thanks for your nice and long message, it been a while old friend :). A good reply for me is long overdue.
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I think adding the ethnic groups' category to the national template is a cleaner way to get the same general objective - that is making the ethnic group articles more accessible then what I proposed. I also like the flags you added to the ethnic template- they look really nice.  The only other thing I might do about making the ancestral group articles more visible is replacing Wikipedia links of ethnic Russian articles to the articles here, but that is not a large issue.
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I have wondered about the history of colonial British Columbia, and your findings certainly provide insight. Given Alexander II's policies, your ideas make sense, but the later reversal of these actions will certainly still result in later conflicts in the 1930s.  I do like the idea of a soft Russian impact in the region because there would be a reasonable fear that the isolated land may be depopulated or gasp- left to the original natives if the English were not treated with some level of respect.
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I think  [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_McLoughlin John McLoughlin] should be in the Doug article, and perhaps he could even have his own article to go into the ahistorical situation. 
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I have some requests, I hope I am not asking too much haha.
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I also wanted to ask if Leo Tosley could immigrate to Alaska, and be a symbol of Russian-Alaskan literature at this time, but it's highly speculatory. I continue to think more and more about a possible -Alaskan Culture article that will include all kinds of things like literature, architecture and music 
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I was also wondering if I could create a Black or African Alaskan article, (assuming they are about 1-3% of the population), with maps showing very long continental migrations. 
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Then I was thinking about getting around to writing about the 'Mongol Town' I mentioned before that might exist in Sonoma, as a distinct place to be put on the map.
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To be honest, this could be dangerous as I keep thinking about more and more things I could do with your permission, I think I really like this timeline because of the parameters of writing about a country that didnt really exist at all in real life. There is just so much to illustrate here. It makes one wonder of what really definies- this place?
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I appreciate that you approved of the cusine :). Little details like that, bring all of those paragraphs of historical description to life. 
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