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On Jan 10, 2012, at 10:58 AM, Ed Dahl <ed.d...@sympatico.ca> wrote:

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> I was about to correct that statement about the printing of 
> all the MapHist messages in the early years of this discussion 
> list and see that Peter van der Krogt, the genius and generous 
> man behind those printings, has already done so.
> 
> Nonetheless, David Cobb and I were richly rewarded for 
> our involvement with MapHist and both have been able to 
> purchase farms and retire in extraordinary comfort (David 
> as a "gentleman farmer," me as just an ordinary farmer).
> 
> Given that I posted the very first message on MapHist (on 
> 7 March 1994) when David got it up and running at Harvard 
> University, maybe this one from me will also be the last on 
> the list....
> 
> See you next at the MapHist Forum: http://www.maphist.nl/forum
> 
> My thanks to all who posted messages during these almost 
> 18 years. Historians of cartography are an unusually friendly 
> and helpful group of people.
> 
>         Ed
> 
> Ed Dahl, 720, chemin Fogarty, Val-des-Monts (Qu├ębec) J8N 7S9, CANADA
>      TEL: (819) 671-9721   FAX: (819) 671-9722
>       ed.d...@sympatico.ca
>        
> 
> On Jan 10, 2012, at 10:30 AM, Peter van der Krogt wrote:
> The printed index (1994-2001) (I made them, not gentleman 
> farmer Ed) will be within a few weeks on the web as pdf files, 
> the listserv archive (2002-2012) will be transferred to the same 
> site. 
> Thus the complete MapHist archives 1994-2012 will be on 
> line soon. It will be announced on the forum.
>       Peter
> 
> 
> At 16:18 10-1-2012, David Cobb wrote:
>> Times change Bill - that's why Ed and I are both "gentlemen
>> farmers" now!
>> 
>> 
>> On Jan 10, 2012 10:07 AM, Bill Barrow wrote:
>>      Goodbye MapHist.  Thanks for years of good information
>>      and community!
>>      I will see how Facebook works for some, but I still worry
>         about long-term retrieval.  Remember when MapHist 
>         (Ed? David?) published indexed print archives of all the 
>         posts for the year?
> 
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