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From: Craig Alan Myers <>
Subject: Re: [BRE] Press Release: BrethrenArchives.Com - Almanac
Date: Tue, 08 Sep 2009 13:07:42 -0400
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I tried it, following the instructions exactly, and have received no
reply e-mail after over an hour.

Craig Alan Myers





At 11:40 AM 9/8/2009, you wrote:
>Fellow List Members & Friends,
>
>
>
> The Staff at BrethrenArchives.Com is proud to announce the release to the
>public of our collection of German Baptist Brethren Church and Church of the
>Brethren almanacs.
>
>
>
> This release starts with Elder Henry R. Holsinger's second almanac in
>1872, "The Brethren's Almanac", and concludes with "The Brethren Family
>Almanac" of 1910. It also contains Howard Miller's invaluable "Record of
>the Faithful." While there are gaps in the coverage, this is the first time
>that they have become available online. The collection comprises 25 years
>and is now posted online.
>
>
>
> First begun as a digital archives project, the program has been expanded
>to include an online component. The main site page uses tabbed content
>(click on the tab to view the content) and begins with the late Donald F.
>Durnbaugh's article on Brethren almanacs as printed in "The Brethren
>Encyclopedia." Other tabs contain a brief overview of the site, the
>statistics of and strategies used in compiling the archive, statistics
>pertaining to the online files, a How-To primer on navigating the site and a
>tab for making donations to support the site. The site is free, no-charge
>and no information is collected.
>
>
>
> For those interested follow closely the directions below:
>
>1. Do not reply to this e-mail or request additional information on
>this list!!! Time is precious and we may not be able to respond in a timely
>manner.
>
>2. Send an email to with the Subject
>reading "Almanac." Put nothing in the body of the email other than your
>first and last name. Not following this closely may force the
>auto-responder to treat your e-mail as a junk e-mail (spam).
>
>3. You will receive a return e-mail containing your E-mail Address as
>a User ID and a Password. The return e-mail also contains a link to the
>site.
>
>4. Log on to the site using the User ID and the Password as supplied.
>They are each letter case sensitive so type them exactly as in the return
>email. Save the email.
>
>5. Please view all the tabbed content before proceeding to the
>almanacs themselves.
>
>6. Do not share your User ID or Password with others. Any abuse of
>the site will culminate in the removal of that person.
>
>
>
> Further instructions will be found in the return e-mail. It is hoped you
>will enjoy the site and the almanacs. They were created for you and those
>who will use them in later years. The digital archive and web site has over
>2,000 hours invested so that you too may enjoy these vestiges and glimpses
>of a bygone era.
>
>
>
>Best Regards,
>
>A. Wayne Webb
>
>
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