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Peter Clark <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 21 Feb 2022 01:50:51 -0800
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Thank you Scott!
You have created an invaluable resource with an organization that appears
to be optimal as is.
I plan to visit often over the next few months and will let you know if
anything comes up for me,
Peter Clark

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>   1. Updates to Twain's Geography site
> Date:    Sat, 19 Feb 2022 12:00:25 -0800
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> Subject: Updates to Twain's Geography site
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> I have reorganized the navigation and overall structure of
> that hopefully makes it easier to visit.
> The top level is a series of "Epochs", arranged chronologically.  I've
> just now finished an edit of the first two:  The Hannibal Years; and, A
> Restless Typesetter.  This takes us to Cincinnati in 1857.  I would
> appreciate any suggestions on additional sites that should be mapped and
> other thoughts on the historical geography of these years in Sam
> Clemens' life.
> The entire site is essentially complete although in need of edits and I
> would welcome suggestions related to this material as well.

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