EelKat Wendy C Allen - Dark Fantasy Author
How We Gypsies See The Americans An Inside Look Into The Every Day Lives Of The Scottish Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach Maine Memoirs of a Gypsy Queen by EelKat Wendy C Allen



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How We Gypsies See The Americans

How We Gypsies See The Americans
Re-release of USA Government Banned Book
Page 7


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How We Gypsies 
See The Americans

Memoirs of a Gypsy Queen
A Behind The Scenes Look Into The Everyday Life of 
The Scottish Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach, Maine

by 
EelKat Wendy C. Allen

Was One of The 27 Books
Banned By The United States Government
On January 4, 2016

It was forced to be unpublished
and removed from books stores
by a court order issued by
The Town Hall of The Town of Old Orchard Beach, Maine,
A United States of America Government Orginization

Banned from publication on Amazon, by the United States Government, How We Gypsies See The Americans, is now available to read online for free.








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How We Gypsies See The Americans
Re-release of USA Government Banned Book
Page 7

In the 1600s they arrived in Kent, England where they were invited to set up camp at David Atwater's castle. They lived there on the grounds for who knows how long, but were there long enough to start to consider themselves to be Atwaters and changed their clan name to Atwater, created a crest with two swans on it, and flew that as their flag wherever they went. While the "Atwaters" of our clan are very clearly Scottish, they carry an English name, which, like everything else, they stole. Because of this, we have no clue what the family's ACTUAL clan name is. No tartan survives, though rumors exist that the clan tartan had "thistle purple" in it's weave. The tartan which matches the description of the clan's tartan is the Clan Wardlaw tartan seen here: http://www.clanwardlaw.com/3.html There are however, dozens of clans with purple hues in their tartans and trying to trace the "Atwaters" back to their original clan name has proved next to impossible without more to go on. We are unable to trace the "Atwater" side of of family tree back to it's true origins, due to the use of a stolen English name.

In the 1700s they left Kent, England, migrated to Nova Scotia, where they meet Captain John H. Drake, who was in his hey days of raiding food cargo ships with his blue sailed dragon boat. Land pirates meet sea pirates, both running harvest scams. The Atwaters discover Drake's method is easier as all they have to do is steal the crops off ships, no need to harvest them too. The Drakes and Atwaters join forces the men of each side marrying the woman of each side, becoming one big Drake/Atwater crime family. While the Drakes sail up and down the coast raiding food ships, the Atwaters walk up and down the coast raiding apple orchards, potato fields, strawberry fields, blueberry fields, corn fields, and bean crops.

In the 1800s they eventually end up in Old Orchard Beach, a huge apple orchard in a fertil strip of land between the Saco River and the Atlantic Ocean raised by a band of Native Americans (multiple tribes, including my Cherokee, MicMac, and Kickapoo ancestors) and Scottish Gypsies who'd been in the Americas since the 1400s.