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From: K McGee <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Re: Conference on Quaker History and Genealogy
Date: Thu, 03 Apr 2003 11:32:37 -0800
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There is such an interest in experiences like this. It would be wonderful
if there could be a "virtual tour/meeting" online, developed and offered in
the future, that would allow us to register and attend online. With more
of you all on Cable or DSL, it is beginning to be really possible to even
show the meeting as it happens to a larger audience than ever before . . .
the future is almost here <G>

K McGee

At 01:28 PM 4/3/2003 -0800, Tom Hamm wrote:
>Several of the staff, like myself, have written and published on these
>topics. But there's no web site set up just for this.
>T Hamm
>>Hi Tom: Are there any written materials (online or otherwise) from this
>>conference for those of us too far away to attend?

>>> Some of us have taken part in "Exploring Carolina Quaker
>>> Crossroads," a program on Quaker history and genealogy at Guilford
>>> College in Greensboro, N.C.
>>> It's a good chance to learn more Quaker history with a group of
>>> experts, visit area Quaker sites, and take advantage of Guilford's
>>> excellent genealogical collections.
>>> Tom Hamm

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