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originally posted by: Char-Lee
a reply to: nighthawk1954
I wonder what is gained from hiding the giant skeletons from the public and clearly trying to make them disappear from memory.
I personally believe that giants did exist, but that is mostly based off of my faith, and the accounts of the nephilim. - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...
Hiawatha (from whom Longfellow took little but the name) served as Dekanahwideh’s spokesman. Some such arrangement appears to have been necessary, for, if the late William Dewaserage Loft of Ohsweken was correct, the name “Dekenahwideh” means “double row of teeth.”
The story has so many variations, it is hard to choose just one, but all accounts agree that amongst the five tribes that lived to the east of the great lakes, a terrible war raged, for many generations.