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My Back Pages.

If you’ve arrived from Ralph Luker‘s kind article in this month’s AHA Perspectives, welcome to GitM. If you click and/or scroll around enough, you should be able to find something that catches your fancy around here. And, if you’re looking for more quality weblogs by historians (and aspiring historians), check out Cliopatria’s comprehensive History Blogroll.


2 Responses to “My Back Pages.”

  1. Of course, you’ll have to begin posting more elderly statesmanly things over here now, Kevin.

    Posted by Ralph Luker | May 12, 2005, 9:32 pm
  2. I do? Hmm, the burdens of statesmanship, I suppose.

    Well, hopefully visitors of a historical bent will for a while uphold the unyok’d humor of this site’s idleness. :)

    Posted by Kevin | May 12, 2005, 10:27 pm

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