Re: Reply to Alysha/Stateside Gossip

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Posted by Alysha on June 30, 1998 at 09:56:02:

In Reply to: Re: Reply to Alysha/Stateside Gossip posted by Wolfie on June 30, 1998 at 02:43:17:

: Thanks for letting me know all this - does anyone have any info on Wes Studi - his origins, age vitals!!!

: Wolfie.

: : : : : So - what new gossip do all the more stateside devotees have to share?

: : Well, my "gossip" is seven years old, but here goes:

: : Eric Schweig used to jog along highway 126 which runs along the bottom of the Ft. Wm. Henry "battlefield".

: : Wes Studi smokes.

: : One of the crew built special shelves into the trailer for Daniel Day-Lewis.

: : What was the base camp/makeup tent (see site) for Lake James is once again a tree nursery.

: : Some of the canoes had small motors on them. (Notice in the film that you don't always see the rear of the canoe!) If they had panned the cameras to the left of the mountain in the background, you could have seen the RV park and campground!

: : Russell Means stayed in one of my co-worker's lake home. He was a really nice guest, according to her.

: : The fort was burned, and the ruins bulldozed into a ravine just over the top of the hill.

: : Special people were hired to make Native American masks and baskets for the Huron village. Unfortunately, few of the things are visible.<

Wes is about 50years old(I guess that makes him a GGGG, but no matter, he is definitely a bit alright, eh Ros!) and is Cherokee.
To find out more go to Or go to the Mohicanpress home page, scroll down to "links to other sites". The links will show you this same site plus lots of other great ones. Rich and Elaine really have a great web site(THANKS!!!) and I still haven't seen everything, though I've been at it for weeks. I can only sneak a peek here and there when I have the time!

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