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Editor's Page Looking Ahead The production schedule for the journal is such that I write with snow on the ground amid freezing temperatures, whilst you, dear reader, are no doubt enjoying a balmy spring day or at least the relief of air conditioning. The annual meeting at Rochester will soon be here (the program is included with this issue of JER); the OAH will have been long gone. Yet it is not too early to start planning for the next annual meeting. In 2011, SHEAR will return to its home base in Philadelphia, July 14 to 17. The Library Company of Philadelphia, the American Philosophical Society, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Independence National Historical Park, and the Constitution Center are among the wellknown sites in the city. But there are lesser known treasures that should entice SHEARites to pay another visit as well. For religious historians there are significant archives maintained by the Lutherans, Presbyterians, Quakers, and Roman Catholics in the city and nearby suburbs. Historians of science and medicine will find much of interest at the Chemical Heritage Society, the Mutter Museum, the archives of Pennsylvania Hospital, the Academy of Natural Sciences, and the Wagner Free Institute. The Academy http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the Early Republic University of Pennsylvania Press

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Journal of the Early Republic , Volume 30 (2) – Apr 28, 2010

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Looking Ahead The production schedule for the journal is such that I write with snow on the ground amid freezing temperatures, whilst you, dear reader, are no doubt enjoying a balmy spring day or at least the relief of air conditioning. The annual meeting at Rochester will soon be here (the program is included with this issue of JER); the OAH will have been long gone. Yet it is not too early to start planning for the next annual meeting. In 2011, SHEAR will return to its home base in Philadelphia, July 14 to 17. The Library Company of Philadelphia, the American Philosophical Society, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Independence National Historical Park, and the Constitution Center are among the wellknown sites in the city. But there are lesser known treasures that should entice SHEARites to pay another visit as well. For religious historians there are significant archives maintained by the Lutherans, Presbyterians, Quakers, and Roman Catholics in the city and nearby suburbs. Historians of science and medicine will find much of interest at the Chemical Heritage Society, the Mutter Museum, the archives of Pennsylvania Hospital, the Academy of Natural Sciences, and the Wagner Free Institute. The Academy

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Published: Apr 28, 2010

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