Joshua Settlement 1650

Joshua Settlement 1650

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In 1621, the travelers decided not to put gravel trails because it costed a bunch of money. In 1624, the storm almost blew their canoe and house away on a July 23rd storm. The repair started after the storm. In 1627, the nation started battle. They were 70 miles away from the battle. They were 50 miles away from the old settlement. They moved Joshua Settlement 50 miles away and made the old part of Joshua Settlement "Unicopis", a little town 20 miles from the battle. In 1635, 11 years after storm, the death of Jasua was at their new home April 8th. The funeral was held close to the Wabash River on April 11th, he was buried close to the river. In 1640, the family had 5 babies born that year. In 1649, 80 new people visited Joshua Settlement and called it home. In 1650, the metal came to Joshua Settlement. The population was 125 people. #Fictional_City #Joshua_City
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