Hi! Let me know what you think!

Sparkles - 11/21/00 02:14:01
My Email:www.Kimberlyz17@aol.com
Research interest: Caribbean Slavery, sugar

Comments:
Jennifer, By the way there is a problem with "Influences of British Imperialist Economic Fortunes on Slavery, Sugar, and Abolition." There is a part on page 2 that says "TRANSFER INTERRUPTED!" It has taken out part of your report.

Sparkles - 11/21/00 02:08:10
My Email:www.Kimberlyz17@aol.com
Research interest: Caribbean Slavery, sugar

Comments:
I cannot believe someone else was interested in sugar and Caribbean slavery. It blew my mind to read your paper. Your sources of research are excellent. It gave me an idea of other areas to look for more information. Thanks so much for the help!

Jacqueline Grevelink - 10/22/00 13:55:09
My Email:j.grevelink@zonnet.nl
Research interest: Elisabeth

Comments:
I really like your homepage. Only one of the pictures is not complete. but it's a real good site

nick - 10/08/00 12:20:29
My Email:nsmithw
Research interest: UK provincial shipping insurance c18

Comments:
I like your report. Do you have any information on how slaving adventures were financed?

Charlene Jansen - 09/30/00 17:12:45
My Email:jansen@chanuteks.com
Research interest: Genealogy - Kelly

Comments:
Thanks for putting your informative paper about the IRB on the Web. Family info said that my g-grandfather, Terence Kelly, had to leave Ireland in a hurry because he was in a political group and got into trouble. I found out yesterday that it was Englan , not Ireland, where he was living when he left in a hurry, leaving his wife and family there to follow behind at a slightly later date. According to his obituary, Terence arrived in America from England in 1868. After reading your paper, I would have t think that he was most likely a member of the IRB and might even have been affiliated with the group responsible for stopping the van. Thank you again for the interesting and helpful information on the Mancester Martyrs, the "Irish Question," and the IRB. Papers like yours give genealogists easy access to information which would otherwise be difficult and time-consuming to find. Charlene Jansen

Mah M. Spears - 09/26/00 19:57:50
Research interest: Civil War era

Comments:
great place for costume research - THANKS!!!

owen - 07/04/00 23:33:18
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/historicom/index.htm
My Email:historicom.edit@dtn.ntl.com
Research interest: W.T.Stead
School Affiliation: University of Teesside (North-east England)

Comments:
I very much enjoyed your article on the "Maiden Tribute of Modern Babylon". I am currently studying the early career of W.T. Stead and his editorship of the Darlington Northern Echo. For a closer look at that and the "Maiden Tribute" itself, visit my s te at the above URL.

Don Barnes - 06/26/00 18:14:51

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Elisabeth - 06/26/00 00:06:36
My URL:http://members.tripod.com/~fuhsgirl/index.html
Research interest: Empress Elisabeth

Comments:
Wonderful page on Sissi,Empress Elisabeth of Austria! I am so fascinated by her and her life-thanks for providing so much information on her history! (And yes,I really do share the same name! :) )

Phil Lindsey - 06/15/00 22:06:55
My Email:galloglas@pars.net
Research interest: "eclectiae antiquae"
School Affiliation: autodidact

Comments:
Very interesting, indeed. I read the section on the Manchester IRB incident. Have you ever heard the Dominic Behan song, "Come out you Black and Tans"? There is a line that goes "And Larkin and O'Brien, how you bravely called them swine. Robert Emmett who you hung, and drew and quartered"

esperanza - 06/03/00 10:48:47
My Email:rubio-farma@teleline.es
Research interest: fue una mujer adelantada a su tiempo,fascinante,misteriosa y muy infeliz.

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Matthew Holden, Jr. - 05/24/00 20:13:46
My Email:mh3q@Virginia.edu
Research interest: American, African American, World History
School Affiliation: University of Virginia

Comments:
I am impressed with your virtuosity and your entrepreneurial skills. I had just sent a note about Amite County, and then found myself reading about David Hume and James Madison, both of which are of great professional interest.

Pete Deasey - 05/12/00 15:40:12
My Email:pete.deasey@btinternet.com
Research interest: Family

Comments:
A relative of mine living in Manchester related this story to me in much less detail and believes we are decendants of Deasy. This has been of great interest and may provoke me to do a little research of my own.

- 05/09/00 07:27:00

Comments:
This is a really great page!!! It was more than I could find about Berthe Morisot in 5 books!!!

Lea Plagman - 03/23/00 17:44:58
My Email:lea420_us@yahoo.com
School Affiliation: Ohio State University

Comments:
Considering the fact that I have always had an interest in history, specifically womens history, I found your site to be very interesting and informative. I think it is great that you have made information on this particular subject available on your sit , it provides an interesting insight for anyone interested and is incredibly informative.

Diane - 03/16/00 16:44:47
My Email:mamadi_16@yahoo.com
Research interest: Prince Albert
School Affiliation: SSHS Superior,WI

Comments:
Need to find the parable on Prince Albert, Albert of Saxe-Coburg. Thanks Diane

Peter Lamb - 03/14/00 20:39:22
Research interest: History

Comments:
Thank you for helping me with my Homework!!!

- 03/10/00 08:38:49

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larry doherty - 03/08/00 01:59:10
My Email:larrydoherty@eircom.net
Research interest: Allen of Manchester Martyrs

Comments:
Nice work. Any more on Allen background? Genealogical interest.

Enzo Miettinen - 02/24/00 07:01:15
My Email:soleriva@artic.net

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Lisa Hall - 12/03/99 15:08:39
My Email:Lisa.J.Hall.Bristol.ac.uk

Comments:
Thanks, your piece in the criminal law amendment act was most useful.

Melisende - 10/07/99 12:53:19
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Styx/9329
My Email:mz_melisende@yahoo.com
Research interest: Historical Biography

Comments:
I greatly enjoyed your website, especially your page on Empress Sisi, which I have bookmarked. I shall venture this way again. Take care on life's great journey!




De Carla Applewhaite - 09/29/99 14:00:28
My Email:dapplewhaite@hotmail.com
Research interest: C'bn History 1834-present day
School Affiliation: UWI Cae Hill Campus Barbados

Comments:
A very informative point reminding article have not quite finished reading it but when I do i will comment on it further

Ann Diehl - 08/18/99 22:12:28
My Email:aristochet@juno.com
Research interest: Empress Elisabeth

Comments:
I love this empress.I would love to be able to find more things on her in English.. I am specially looking for a certain book. I can only find it in German.It is "Empress Elisabeth of Austria".Any web sites or other info would be great. Thanks.

Anne - 08/04/99 15:03:27
My URL:http://home.earthlink.net/~wsmittle/titleathena.htm
My Email:wsmittle@earthlink.net
Research interest: Classical and Medieval Europe
School Affiliation: WVU BA History, cum laude

Comments:
This site is like a sister site to mine! I did the exact same thing with my college papers, turned it into a History site with all sorts of various topics! (I only put up my womens history stuff!) But I think its great someone else has done the same thing. I loved your site, I really enjoyed eve ything and the variety of articles proclaim how wonderful and diverse we historians really are! Please come visit my site sometime, you are very welcome! Take care, Anne

Ann Neel - 07/09/99 22:51:12
My Email:poolridge2@aol.com
Research interest: atlantic slave trade
School Affiliation: U. of Puget Sound

Comments:
I'm interested in copying this article and using at least part of it in my anthology for my class "Slavery and Freedom". I am looking for something that shows concisely how and why England got involved in the slave trade and, hence, why it became part of the foundation of the Brit. colonial economy. Nice job!

David Kosalka - 07/01/99 18:57:51
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8579/under.htm
My Email:pablo@crieghton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural history as well as historiography
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Good collection of links and stuff here, keep up the good work!

Tess - 06/10/99 16:46:25
My Email:Therese_30@hotmail.com

Comments:
Love your site.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:17:02
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:16:46
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:16:42
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:16:35
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:16:31
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:16:27
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:16:18
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:16:14
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:16:05
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:16:01
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:15:56
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:15:51
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

David Kosalka - 06/03/99 17:15:38
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Cafe/8679/under.htm
My Email:pablo@creighton.edu
Research interest: Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
School Affiliation: Loyola University Chicago

Comments:
Its great to see other people putting some of their work up on the net. I think it is a growing area for research and exposure for historians. Keep up the good work.

Marie-Lynn - 05/28/99 03:23:14
My Email:dbeaumont@oricom.ca
Research interest: Details on Sissi's family life
School Affiliation: None at the moment

Comments:
hi, I just love your site terribly... But there's one thing I'm not able to find,and perhaps you had the same problem... It regards her children I cannot find anything about them,except their name,husband(or wife) and how many children they had on their own... Well maybe one day I will find somthing. Thanks to you,I had great time visiting you... Best wishes Marie-Lynn

Claudia - 05/05/99 13:47:30
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Olympus/1262/sissi/index.htm
My Email:colorado@dada.it
School Affiliation: Univeristy

Comments:
Hi! Your site is beautiful, I have a site too, if you want, you can visit my page!

Kakorott - 04/04/99 16:17:24

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Cool Site

Dianne - 02/26/99 18:06:51
My Email:spitfire0@home.com
Research interest: Empress Elisabeth
School Affiliation: n/a

Comments:
Hi!...Very imformative article(s)...Recently acquired a lovely etching of "Young Empress Elisabeth"...quite old and restored in Vienna in the 1920's. Artist's name in Unger...If you can help me out with any info I'd appreciate it...

megan - 02/19/99 19:05:23

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i just got this computer, it has nice buttons. you sound nice, can we meet?

megan - 02/19/99 19:02:41

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scott - 01/17/99 21:33:23
My URL:http://heelspurs.com

Comments:
Sugar causes most cases of heart disease. Look at the history of sugar and heart disease. Heart disease (angina is a clear and measurable symptom) began about 50 years after sugar got cheap. Fat is only a mild predictor of heart disease. This explains w y some fat-consuming countries don't have heart disease: native eskimos and the african tribes did not have heart disease because they did not have sugar. Epidemiological studies show the connection is with sugar. Fat just happens to be consumed in larg quantities in most sugar countries - it is not the cause. Modern medicine is still barking up the wrong tree. See Yudkin's work.

Mary Miller - 01/11/99 19:21:10
My Email:Marym@vom.com
Research interest: Genealogy

Comments:
This is a wonderful informative article. I'm looking for photos of the parts of the ivory plaque that adorned the Lorsch Gospel. I have only a copy of Zacharias on the cover of "Horizon, Septermber 1966"

Eunice - 01/07/99 21:53:44
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/Wellesley/3770
My Email:ep@3wales.freeserve.co.uk
Research interest: Greek/women's history

Comments:
Hi! Fascinating page. I have a webring on women in history if you are interested (go to my page, URL above). I had no idea that present prejudices about women only stemmed from the Victorians.

Mark Green - 12/15/98 17:15:46
My Email:mark-a-green@usa.net
Research interest: The plantation System
School Affiliation: EXED Comm. College. Jamaica

Comments:
A very informative article!!!@@........

kim - 12/10/98 05:59:01
Research interest: women artists

Comments:
great page!

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10/26/98 07:12:06
Name: Bad Bunny My URL: Visit Me
My Email: Email Me

Comments:
Cool page Thanks for letting me sign your guestbook


Scott Hannaford - 09/19/98 13:26:34
My Email:HANS1_95@worc.ac.uk
Research interest: 19th Century London
School Affiliation: History at University College Worcester, UK

Comments:
Thanks a million. I'm doing my BA dissertation on the criminal law amendment act 1885, so this fantastic. I promise not to plaigarise you to much! If anyone has any info on the CLAA (book titles etc) please let me know. cheers SCOTT

Laurel Webster - 09/11/98 16:33:11
My URL:http://world.std.com/~pduggan/ast/astroot.html
My Email:tadleigh@astro.ocis.temple.edu
Research interest: magazine journalism history
School Affiliation: Temple University

Comments:
This should give me a good jumping-off point for further research about _Godey's Ladies' Book_. Thanks!!

gail - 09/02/98 20:11:57
My Email:wilsongm@erols.com
Research interest: genealogy
School Affiliation: NOVA

Comments:
When you responded that you fixed the Clower link, I surfed over there, then through the Lousiany Web Link, then found myself drawn to see what else you had researched. My husband & I may be moving to Manchester, England this coming winter. This will add a bit of knowlege prior to going there... You certainly have a broad range of interests! Love your work. gail

Elisabeth McMahon - 07/12/98 20:55:02
My URL:http://www.geocities.com/wellesley/5595
My Email:mcmahonxx@aol.com
Research interest: women's history, Britain, medieval
School Affiliation: The school of the mind

Comments:
Congratulations on your recent nuptials. Nancy Phaup is here, driving back from your wedding. I've recently moved to Grand Prairie (a suburb between F.W. and Dallas). I really enjoy your page - I've always liked the Berry Hours. Au revoir!

Em. C. Spiteri - 07/11/98 14:31:12
My URL:http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~espiteri/juan.htm
My Email:espiteri@globalnet.co.uk
Research interest: Maltese History
School Affiliation: None

Comments:
I have truly enjoyed reading your page. I came in for just a few minutes and have been on for over an hours! I shall come back again to finish off what is left!

Kara Townsend - 07/03/98 02:34:44
My URL:http://www.dynamicSex.com
My Email:dwebmistress@yahoo.com

Comments:
Hi! I was surfing through GeoCities and saw your page. Pretty Cool! My name is Kara. I am 24 years old and live in San Diego, CA. I have been teaching myself HTML for the last several months. Please visit my site, Kara s dynamicSex and tell me what you think of it. I will be adding pictures of myself within the next couple days. I would love to exchange links with you!

John McNamara - 05/08/98 15:34:39
My URL:http://finneyhs.org
Research interest: Social Studies teacher
School Affiliation: Finney H.S.,Penfield N.Y.

Comments:
Great research! I teach A.P.history and some of your work will help me. P.S. Are you the same student that went to SUNY Brockport?

candace broughton - 05/04/98 13:54:19
My Email:cbrought@acsu.buffalo.edu
Research interest: caribbean studies
School Affiliation: SUNY Buffalo

Comments:
Although I've only scanned it, I am looking forward to reading your paper on the end of slavery and the sugar economies in the Caribbean. I see you have an MLIS. Me, too! Right now I'm working on my dissertation in American Studies. My topic centers o a murder trial that took place here in 1875 which involved a farm family/hired hand/triangle. The idea is to use this case as a lens to look at the social hisotry of this area at this time, esp. women's history and how geography plays into criminal just ce. I suppose I belong to the "geography is destiny" school. This could explain my fascination with the Caribbean. I've taught different version of a course in Caribbean Studies in different locations: women's correctional institution, public universit , and now high school. If you're interested, I could send a syllabus. You might like to see the reading list. Bye for now. Candace

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