How does one find out why someone in their tree is "Historically Significant"?

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I've looked throught the lists (Mayflower, Acadian, etc.), scoured his profile ... nada ... I'm sure it's easy, I must be going brain dead!  Oh, it's Thomas Dickinson
WikiTree profile: Thomas Dickinson
in Policy and Style by Bob Jewett G2G Astronaut (1m points)

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Profiles are marked historically significant when a user group is working on them. It's hard to tell from this profile which user group is involved. You could ask Kathy, since she's the one who locked the profile. She's involved in the European Aristocratic Ancestors and Mayflower groups, so it's probably one of those.

by Lianne Lavoie G2G6 Pilot (420k points)
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