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Betsy Cazden’s new site

I’m pleased to announce that my lat­est free­lance project has just launched: Betsy​Caz​den​.com. There’s noth­ing par­tic­u­larly rev­o­lu­tion­ary about the tech­nol­ogy behind the site or its design, but the Quaker geek in me is so happy to see it. Long-term read­ers will remem­ber my excited post Fel­low­ship Model of Lib­eral Quak­ers, writ­ten after read­ing Betsy’s Bea­con Hill Friends pam­phlet Fel­low­ships, Con­fer­ences, and Asso­ci­a­tions. Betsy is one of the small num­ber of Quaker his­to­ri­ans will­ing to take on con­tem­po­rary his­tory and her obser­va­tions can be quite insight­ful. I hope she’ll find an even wider audi­ence with this site and the blog that she plans to add soon.