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Fitter Family Contest medal

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The medal reads: "Yea, I have a goodly heritage." This medal was given to families scoring B+ or better in Fitter Family Contests. Source: American Philosophical Society. (DNAi location: Chronicle > Threat of the Unfit > The fit and unfit)
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american philosophical society,goodly heritage,family contests
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