19 July 2007 by Published in: Blogging 2 comments

John Maass, Ph.D. candidate in history at Ohio State, has maintained a fascinating blog that ties up John’s interests in Irish history, Revolutionary War history, and Civil War history (he is from the Shenandoah Valley). I’ve thoroughly enjoyed reading John’s blog. Last week, John stated, “Due to my efforts to complete my history PhD, my upcoming move, and the start of a new full-time job, I will not be posting new items to this site for the forseeable future.”

John will be working with my friend Mark Bradley, acting as a staff historian for the United States Army (which would be my dream job).

Good luck with defending your dissertation and with the new job, John, and we hope to see you around the blogosphere sooner than later.

For now, I’m removing the link to John’s blog. If he resumes posting, I will be very pleased to restore it.

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  1. Sun 22nd Jul 2007 at 9:54 am

    Thanks for the kind words and warm wishes.

    I am pleased to report that I did pass my defense!

  2. Sun 22nd Jul 2007 at 8:45 pm

    Congratulations, Dr. Maass!!!!

    Please let us know when you get settled in the DC area and start blogging again, and please give my best regards to old pal Mark Bradley when you see him.

    Good luck with everything.


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