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    Prove up on a place

    I have read this expression about settlers who had to "prove up" on a place. Can you tell what "prove up" means?

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    Re: Prove up on a place

    It doesn't mean anything to me. Where did you read it?
    "Invading armies have no rights." Noam Chomsky

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