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Re: Prince Henry in the New World
Greetings and salutations. The question you pose for musing is one which
historians have often wrestled with. Exploration falls into the orbit of
science that may not have tangible results that we can see. We as mankind
have not followed up on many of our explorations with settlements or
economic activity. But I muse in return why this always or should always
matter. A similar arguement can be made about "Moon Walks" or the response
to the ultimate question as to why you climbed the mountain and the response
is "because it was there".
Anyway it is good to read your musings.
Neil musing the imponderable in Toronto with salutes to those overseas.
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Sent: 29 September, 2000 12:47 PM
Subject: Re: Prince Henry in the New World
> Accepting the Henry was in the New World what permanent effect did his
> have? Were settlements or contacts continued?
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