Blogging Through the Pandemic, 2.0–“Retired But Not Shy” at Twelve

[Note: Ah, yes, the end of another blog year at “Retired But Not Shy”! Twelve years and counting, I guess. This past year has been difficult, what with the continuation of the pandemic and the need to create new posts for this blog. I’ve tried my best, but I’m still not sure how well I’ve fulfilled my responsibilities. Oh, well, we’ll see, I suppose!]

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The top ten posts for year twelve (July 2021-June 2022)

Mississippi Blues Trail, Part 1

Howlin’ Wolf

Post for the 4th of July for in Georgia, 2019

My Vietnam War and Welcome to It

Prep School Teaching with a PhD, Part 1

Skip James

Blues Theology, Part 1

Yazoo Land Fraud, Part 1

The New South: Myth and Reality

Teaching History Backwards

The top ten posts all-time (June 2010-June 2012):

Prep School Teaching with a PhD, Part 1

Teaching History Backwards

Georgia Governor Wilson Lumpkin, 1831-1835

Son House

Blues Theology, Part 1

Yazoo Land Fraud, Part 1

Mississippi John Hurt

Bobby “Blue” Bland

Skip James

Chitlin’ Circuit

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For those interested in reading more of my reflections on history, here are links to my books on the subject:

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Rancorous Enmities and Blind Partialities:  Parties and Factions in Georgia, 1807-1845 (University Press of America, 2015)

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In Pursuit of Dead Georgians:  One Historian’s Excursions into the History of His Adopted State (iUniverse, 2015)

Politics on the Periphery:  Factions and Parties in Georgia, 1783-1806 (University of Delaware Press, 1986)

About georgelamplugh

I retired in 2010 after nearly four decades of teaching History at the "prep school" level with a PhD. My new "job" was to finish the book manuscript I'd been working on, in summers only, since 1996. As things turned out, not only did I complete that book, but I also put together a collection of my essays--published and unpublished--on Georgia history. Both volumes were published in the summer of 2015. I continue to work on other writing projects, including a collection of essays on the Blues and, of course, my blog.
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4 Responses to Blogging Through the Pandemic, 2.0–“Retired But Not Shy” at Twelve

  1. Boyd Murphree says:

    Congratulations on twelve years of interesting posts about Georgia during the Early Republic.

  2. Donald Bortz says:

    Thank you so much George! Your stories have been very enjoyable!

    Sent from my iPad

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