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List of drainage areas[edit]

Thanks a lot for your help, Rmhermen. As far as I understood, if there is a conflict between the interwikis (if the page added wikidata before) you have to first remove the incorrectly added data page and then add the correct one. Am I right? My most additions are interwikis in English wiki and I did not know the recent changes (wikidata - interwikis and infoboxes). Could you also provide a help page for these info? Regards, Emre

National park[edit]

I'm not sure why you don't want an Australian park mentioned in the lede. There's a template in the article that explicitely asks for a worldwide view. I would also suggest that National parks in the United States might warrant it's own article, where you can do your thing. Could you make some suggestions on what kind of content you would be willing to tolerate in the lede of National park on that article's talk page, please. --Melody Lavender 20:08, 1 November 2014 (UTC)

November 2014[edit]

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  • org/stream/annalsoffortmack00kelto/annalsoffortmack00kelto_djvu.txt Annals of Fort Mackinac]], Dwight H. Kelton, Detroit Free Press Printing Co., 1887</ref>

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