good people

Wendalyn Nichols wendalyn at NYC.RR.COM
Mon May 17 14:22:51 UTC 2004

Very familiar to me and my family (Washington State via Montana); my
grandfather used it; he was born in 1906 in Nebraska, and his family moved
to Montana when he was 3.

At 02:54 AM 5/17/04, you wrote:
>Does the expression "s/he is good people" have wide currency? I would like
>to use it in some new contexts, but have heard it only in Alaska.
>Also, does the plural (they're good people) work with the same meaning? or
>is there another form that is used?
>Benjamin Barrett
>Baking the World a Better Place

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