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From: stormshaddow6/28/06 2:10 PM 
To: ROSETTA321  (28 of 31) 
 629.28 in reply to 629.24 
Can you post the link for the cnesus you mentioned?
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From: stormshaddow6/28/06 2:13 PM 
To: ctj527  (29 of 31) 
 629.29 in reply to 629.25 
LOL! :o))

From: ROSETTA3216/30/06 12:00 AM 
To: stormshaddow  (30 of 31) 
 629.30 in reply to 629.27 
  • Shemite; How do you think these terms apply to Native Americans?

Of course the name Shemite applies to any indigenous Native Americans in the borders of the USA 48 contiguous states, Mexico, Central America, the Islands thereof, ... including dependent and territories near the state of Hawaii in the  Pacific and Puerto Rica.   It is written in the book of Jubilees that the earth was divided among the 3 sons of our Patriach progenitor named Noach (noah) for all times.  By the drawing of lots, Shem received the midddle or center portion of the world, Cham (or Kham) received the southern portion of the world (including the souther tip of the european Iberian peninsula where the Canaanites built the first city there called Phoenicia at Gadir in Spain) ... while Yapheth received the northern portion of the world meaning Europe and Asia ... to include northern Asian Minor, with the heart of it moving southward going to Shem and his sons.  And if you hadn't, notice, the USA is in the middle portion or center of the world. The other indigneous Native Americans people living with the Shemite and helping populate this center or middle portion of the world are the ####, as in Khush son of Kham or Cham.   The South American Native Americans and the islands thereof are Chametic or Khametic peoples ... while the Canandian Native Americans are Yaphetites... to include the Sioux and that other Canadian Yaphetite tribe which migrated into our Shemite lands centuries ago.


From: ROSETTA3216/30/06 12:08 AM 
To: stormshaddow  (31 of 31) 
 629.31 in reply to 629.28 

The 1890 Census information for the USA can be found at

I would conclude that the numbers for the 1890 world population were probally taken from an encyclopedia of that era.



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