Talk:Great Migration

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Even though I'm American myself, I didn't expect such a U.S.-centered article under "Great Migration." It must be odd for Australian Wikipedians too! Let's work out a disambiguation: "Great Migrations" should refer to the huge movements of people in Eurasia 4th to 9th century."The Great Migration" should refer to this post WWI American movement. Either entry should lead first to the one disambiguation page. Make sense? Is this do-able? Wetman 23:10, 6 Feb 2004 (UTC)

After a fair bit of munging, this is now done. --Joy [shallot] 13:37, 9 Dec 2004 (UTC)
Maybe someone should also look at the article mass migrations. I think it could be useful to let the articles refer to each other, and maybe somehow fall under the category of human migration which is an extensive article already, but still misses this kind of information.Tamira C. 10:49, 12 January 2007 (UTC)


Vandalism[edit]

This page seems to have been vandalized - "was when erikson martinez was rich" is all that is currently showing up. Not sure about how to go about reporting this other than listing it here. Since I'm not sure what to do, I did revert it back to the page it was prior to 70.17.136.249's edit. (He is not a registered user, so I have listed his IP here. It seems to fall into the low-moderate vandalism category; maybe someone will report him correctly?)

Winthrop Fleet[edit]

The article on the Winthrop Fleet states that there were 700 passengers, so I changed the number to 700 on this page. -- Wechselstrom 16:39, 21 November 2005