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rashore

Little Fairy on the Prairie

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Beach spends a lot of his time chasing fairies in eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth century books. Because he doesn’t have an exceptional library to hand and because travel is so damn annoying he finds the best thing to do is buy books on the basis of emails from friends and readers; or ‘snippets’ on Google Books. This means that four or five score books arrive a year, are checked and often discarded almost instantaneously. The problem is that ‘fairies’ are everywhere and they can mean so many things to so many different people: the number of race horses and boats called ‘fairy’ for example also complicated matters considerably; fairy research today would have been a lot easier had the HMS Fairy never been built.  However, it is important to record negatives as well as positives while chasing a story down and here is one such.

http://www.strangehistory.net/2017/10/15/little-fairy-prairie/

 

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57 minutes ago, rashore said:

fairy research today would have been a lot easier had the HMS Fairy never been built

This man felt a disturbance in the Google Fu-orce.

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I regret clicking that article. The racist Wilder child. Little full of crap squatter on Osage land.

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vae victus. 

 

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No wonder they were hard up all the while pa ingres used to leave loads of his crop for the fairies 

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