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Thanks. I didn't know how to make the vertical bar inside of the link! I searched about 10 or 15 pages before I found a sentence that explained to use the shift key plus the backslash. I fixed the link in question. Floridasand (talk) 05:32, 9 November 2013 (UTC)

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hey on disambiguating work[edit]

Hi, thanks for adding some "See also" sections and links between disambiguation pages, including on some dab pages I created long ago.

FYI, per guideline at WP:INTDABLINK, the proper format for a see also link to another dab page is:

rather than

It's a small matter. Both do make it clear that a reader will be brought to a disambiguation page, I guess, although actually in the first option they actually go to a redirect first. The main point is that it is clearly intended to link to a disambiguation page, unlike other links in articles that include Oakwood Cemetery when they should point to a more specific page. There's been a long-running huge cleanup campaign to eliminate unintended links to dab pages. Are you aware of that? There's even a monthly contest...see wp:DAB CHALLENGE.

In particular, the automated "Daily Disambiguation" report supporting that campaign counts the number of mainspace links to each dab page, but omits links from redirects. So the first above doesn't get counted -- it links to a redirect. The second above is counted, appears to be a problem to be fixed, in their view.

Keep up the good work! Cheers --doncram 17:42, 21 January 2015 (UTC)

P.S. You could delete all those bot-generated sections above, about brackets and disambiguations, which no longer apply. You're allowed to tidy up your Talk page! No problem though.

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Enrique White[edit]

Thanks for your understanding improvements in spelling article. I do not speak English very well.--Isinbill (talk) 01:09, 15 February 2015 (UTC)

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The Reverend article[edit]

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Thank you for all your editting Comment[edit]

Keep up the good work! Btw, have you considered doing stuff over at WikiVoyage? I've been working on the Florida articles over there lately. Cheers! :) --Ebyabe talk - Attract and Repel ‖ 18:35, 15 March 2015 (UTC)

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What does your use of 'stressed' mean in terms of a military career? :)[edit]

Hello Floridasand! Yes, actually I meant "excelled" in the articles about colonial governors in relation to his military career.

Regards!--Isinbill (talk) 10:18, 23 April 2015 (UTC)

the Minors[edit]

Good to see someone else is interested in the Minors. The additional comma is such a short sentence is not necessary though. More importantly, I think Henry C. Minor could have a page, and I would LOVE to find more info about the Waterloo Plantation and the Hollywood Plantation--there isn't enough at the moment to create either page. Let me know if you are able to find out more please. Thank you.Zigzig20s (talk) 08:35, 10 May 2015 (UTC)

Those plantations were/are located in Louisiana. I wonder if there is still a mansion, or if it's been built upon. Are you able to check the Ascension/Terrebonne Parish libraries?Zigzig20s (talk) 12:07, 10 May 2015 (UTC)
London. I doubt the British Library would have anything, but perhaps local libraries in Louisiana would. I know there are some papers about William J. Minor's equestrianism in a special collection at Yale...I wonder if they would consider scanning them for us? I am not sure if Wikipedia has a contact at Yale who could speed things up.Zigzig20s (talk) 14:15, 10 May 2015 (UTC)
I noticed you edited my page the other day, but I'm not sure if you meant to leave a message there?Zigzig20s (talk) 14:01, 16 May 2015 (UTC)

Items about Gobernors of Florida[edit]

Hello, I've seen your issues in many of the articles I have posted about colonial governors of Florida and I think that those issues have a huge value in these items, because they contribute to its improvement. I appreciate your efforts in improving those items. I am very interested in history and demographics of the Americas and the Caribbean, and have published many articles about that topic. I think at least the majority of the governors of Americas should have articles on Wikipedia, and because I'm interested in these issues, I have published many biographical articles about them. There are still many. I want more people to help in the publication of such items or to add or correct information in published articles about them, to improve them. I would like, if you accepted the proposal, you help me and you publish some article about some colonial governor of Florida.

Thank you.--Isinbill (talk) 20:13, 13 June 2015 (UTC)

My message to Dudemanfellabra: Port Hudson on Louisiana NHL list[edit]

Hello, you said not to change the official name, but you didn't notice that I edited the name twice. The article is called Port Hudson National Cemetery; I initially added 'National Cemetery' to the name 'Port Hudson'. But then I noticed the Cemetery article states that the entire Port Hudson Battlefield, including the cemetery, is a NHL. My second edit changed National Cemetery to Battlefield.

The name at the top of the info box in that article is just Port Hudson, which name I've now found on the National Parks Service list of La. National Historic Landmarks. (I can't find an official U.S. Govt. page for the NRHP listings; to see whether the name there was the same, 25 years later.) It's too bad they didn't call it P.H. Battlefield/Battleground, because there is an unincorporated community (& Wikipedia article) called Port Hudson.

The town and the national cemetery are in East Baton Rouge Parish, whereas the Port Hudson State Historic Site is in neighboring East Feliciana Parish. I just checked Google maps, and the town is south of the State Historic Site but north of the National Cemetery, with about 6 miles of road between the two official sites.

My edits are almost always for improved clarity. But, since you've told me not to change the name from any official U.S. designated name for the place or landmark, I'll delete 'National Cemetery' from the name and restore it to its ambiguous name 'Port Hudson'.  :)

Hey, where is the Progress section for NHRP sites that Ammodramus referred to in the post just above mine?

Floridasand (talk) 03:15, 22 September 2015 (UTC)

P.S. I didn't notice until now that the National Park Service PDF shows the location as "Port Hudson, East Feliciana Parish." (What a mess!) -- The Siege of Port Hudson article says the battle straddled both parishes. Maybe the 1974 NHL was established in E. Feliciana, & the 1999 NRHP listing was just for the Cemetery in E. Baton Rouge Parish. If this is true, then the article on the Wikipedia La. NHL list should be Port Hudson State Historic Site, since it's the only one located in E. Feliciana. This is what I've just done; gotta eat!

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Re; this edit, yes, yes it is. I've just nominated it for speedy deletion. Please, if you see a copyvio article again, check the history for an earlier pre-copyvio version to go back to and if there isn't one, as in this case, find the template at WP:SPEEDY to tag it for deletion. We need an article on that defunct college, but that one isn't ours to use. Yngvadottir (talk) 18:14, 3 March 2017 (UTC)

Marsden Mounds thanks[edit]

Thank you for developing at the Marsden Mounds and Poverty Point articles, and for correcting the location of the Marsden site from incorrect National Register of Historic Places listings in West Carroll Parish, Louisiana to National Register of Historic Places listings in Richland Parish, Louisiana. It is fairly rare nowadays, that sites are found to be listed in the wrong county/parish list-article of the NRHP wikiproject, but in the past a good number of errors deriving from the NRIS database have been documented at wp:NRIS info issues, and in general there has not yet been much attention paid to the Louisiana NRHP listings. And supporting your identification is the Louisiana state historic sites system, which shows "Marsden site" within its Richland Parish results, not the other. I will add a note at wp:NRIS info issues LA. FYI, i have tried to document use of the Louisianaa historic sites system within wp:NRHPhelp#Louisiana. I may try to continue developing the Louisiana NRHP articles, particularly ones still tagged "NRIS-only" within the wp:NRHPprogress system.

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Can you look at some of the articles please 01:08, 12 June 2017 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 173.46.77.153 (talk)

Joe Frazer Smith[edit]

You might be interested in Joe Frazer Smith?Zigzig20s (talk) 13:45, 4 November 2017 (UTC)

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