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United States Mohawk Offline
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"The reports speak of two West Street Males, who sired the Mapogos. But I believe the West Street coalition consisted of five members. So where were the rest?"

The West Street Males are similar to the Birmingham Males of today.  They started as five and were whittled down to two over the years. 

As I stated in my post, I actually copied and pasted from a post made by @fursan syed years ago in the Lions of Sabi Sands forum.  It's worth going back and reading when you get a chance.  Starts around page 27.  You'll see even more similarities between their situations than just the numbers. 
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Who are these boys? Hamiltons tented camp 

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Croatia Tr1x24 Offline
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(Today, 12:01 AM)Tonpa Wrote: Who are these boys? Hamiltons tented camp 

S125 males.
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(Today, 12:01 AM)Tonpa Wrote: Who are these boys? Hamiltons tented camp 


The N’waswitsontso males or also known as the S125
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