User:Spoonkymonkey

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Articles started[edit]

Thomas Shoyama, Hugh Halliday, Andy Secher, Grant Dexter, Viola R. MacMillan, Ross Munro

Major Rewrites and Copy Edits[edit]

Quiet Revolution, Toopy and Binoo, James Bacque, Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, Barrie Tornado, Mary Boleyn, Battle of Worcester, Battle of the Plains of Abraham, James Bacque, John Adams, English Reformation, Adam Dollard, Operation Aphrodite, Prisoner of war, Mary Boleyn, Front de Liberation du Quebec, Richard Hickock, including discovery article was probably plagiarised

I've also removed historical errors and fixed the grammar and punctuation in about 500 Wikipedia entries.