Monthly Archives: December 2010

Joseph Bryan and John Randolph,from Annual Surveys, 1806-1809 (In Pursuit of Dead Georgians, 3)

[My last post included an example of a potentially useful entry in my “research journal,” which I have kept since beginning my current project back in the mid-1990s.  I also got in the habit, after the  research had generated so much information … Continue reading

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Research Journal (In Pursuit of Dead Georgians, 2)

                   [NOTE:  I kept a rather primitive “research journal” during my grad school days, but I did not make much use of  it once my traveling was over, so that aspect of my research had almost no effect on the final shape of … Continue reading

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Only A Small Cloud on the Horizon (Growing Up With Vietnam, I)

     [Over the next several posts, I plan to serialize  a lecture, “Growing Up With Vietnam,” that played a very important part in my life and in my teaching career.  It took a long time to write, as you will learn, but, once  finished, … Continue reading

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