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  1. RedWing is a superhero audio drama. By day, Jordan Redfield-Wade is a billionaire philanthropist and private investigator, but by night, he protects the people of New Ark City as RedWing, the.
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  5. REDWING Audio Preview 78_redwing_ferko-string-band-r-traub_gbiab Location USA Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Jake Robinson User_metadataentered.
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  9. When German immigrants settled in the Mississippi River grain town of Red Wing, Minnesota during the s, they noticed that the local clay was perfect for producing stoneware such as crocks, jugs, and other forms of pottery used for food storage and preparation. These immigrants had an eye for such things because they had arrived in the upper Midwest as skilled potters.

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