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Georgia and the American Revolution, V: The Divided Whigs of Revolutionary Georgia, 1775-1783 (In Pursuit of Dead Georgians, 16)

[Note: This  is the final post in a series on the American Revolution in Georgia.  For earlier ones–Part I; Part II; Part III; Part IV.  A list of suggested readings follows the end of this post.   What follows is the … Continue reading

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Muchas Gracias: Responding to a “Thankfulness Challenge”

[NOTE: Much of this post originated as a series of “status updates” on Facebook.  I have made a few minor revisions and appended some comments.] * * * * *                           Day 1:  A friend nominated me to undertake a ten-day “challenge,” listing … Continue reading

Posted in Episcopal Church, Historical Reflection, History, History graduate school, Newark (Del.) High School Class of 1962, Prep School, Retirement, Rick Lamplugh, Teaching, The Blues, Uncategorized, WP Long Form | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 6 Comments