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Re: [Gen'l Info] "Squibs" at Plymouth Plantation

Thanks, that explains them then. They were little rocket-like things, locally made. The more modern "class C" firework equivelent is probably the "chaser" which does basically the same thing, which is a low-powered rocket meant to be fired in the street so it would move horiontally in an erratic manner. I can see how a gunpowder-filled quill would do much the same thing.

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