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Editor's Page Message from our Prez Late last year, SHEAR's president, Mary Kelley, sent a letter to the organization's members enjoining them to renew their SHEAR membership and Journal of the Early Republic subscription, encouraging them to become ``Friends of SHEAR'' at one of the newly established levels of giving, and informing them about the ``Friends Challenge,'' while also providing an update on the state of SHEAR. This important message bears repeating, as well as dissemination to the readership of the JER who are not already SHEAR members; here, in Mary's words, are the main points: I write to tell you both what has already been accomplished and what we hope to do in the coming year. Being such fine historians, you must be presuming that I will proceed chronologically, and that I will. At our meeting in Philadelphia in July 2005, the members of the Advisory Council decided to embark on a membership program that included the category ``Friends of SHEAR.'' For ``Friends of SHEAR,'' dues were set at a minimum of $150, and individuals were strongly encouraged to contribute more. We also increased dues and established ranked categories of membership, which included $30 for students, $40 for individuals http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the Early Republic University of Pennsylvania Press

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University of Pennsylvania Press
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Copyright © 2007 Society for Historians of the Early American Republic. All rights reserved.
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1553-0620
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Abstract

Message from our Prez Late last year, SHEAR's president, Mary Kelley, sent a letter to the organization's members enjoining them to renew their SHEAR membership and Journal of the Early Republic subscription, encouraging them to become ``Friends of SHEAR'' at one of the newly established levels of giving, and informing them about the ``Friends Challenge,'' while also providing an update on the state of SHEAR. This important message bears repeating, as well as dissemination to the readership of the JER who are not already SHEAR members; here, in Mary's words, are the main points: I write to tell you both what has already been accomplished and what we hope to do in the coming year. Being such fine historians, you must be presuming that I will proceed chronologically, and that I will. At our meeting in Philadelphia in July 2005, the members of the Advisory Council decided to embark on a membership program that included the category ``Friends of SHEAR.'' For ``Friends of SHEAR,'' dues were set at a minimum of $150, and individuals were strongly encouraged to contribute more. We also increased dues and established ranked categories of membership, which included $30 for students, $40 for individuals

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Journal of the Early RepublicUniversity of Pennsylvania Press

Published: May 10, 2007

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