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Lives in Grand Prairie,  Texas.

Born in 1976.

Interested in Historical Articles, American Politics, Americana and other general knowledge.

Want to find out more about me? Check my UserBoxes. I also use my userpages to learn what I can and cannot do, trial and error stuff before I screw up an article somewhere. I ask that you do the same, but not on my page, use your own, please.

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Articles that are of Personal Use[edit]


1st Talk Edit:

Talk:List of U.S. government designations for places‎
(December 16, 2007)

1st Article Edit:

List of works by William W. Johnstone‎
(February 1, 2008)

1st Major Article Edit:

108th Cavalry Regiment (United States)‎
(February 5, 2008)

1st Photo Upload (that I didn't screw up):

Image:106th Field Signal Battalion.jpg‎
(February 7, 2008)

1st Article Move:

User:Leobold1/List of Union Army Regiments participating in the Grand Review of the Armies
(March 3, 2008)

1st Template

Template:Six flags of Texas
(March 26, 2008

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