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Hello everyone! I hope you are enjoying some nice Fall weather, wherever you are. H-SAWH has made the technological transition to the new H-Net Commons. So far we are glitch-free - and I hope I didn't just jinx anything. ;-) I am posting this from the old listserv as well as from the new Commons so you can see what the differences are in the email formats. You will notice that some of your email looks different. When you get the messages with a Read More or Reply link, you can click on that to go straight to that thread on the H-Net Commons area for H-SAWH. If you just want to read, then there is nothing else you need to do. If you want to reply or post a new comment, you will need an account. You should have a basic account set up automatically from your email. You can personalize this as you like. The account is a continuation of our policy not to allow anonymous postings. You have some new editors as well as one old one (me). We are excited to start putting content on our site. If you have class projects that need an online home, or papers that you have presented but have not published elsewhere, we will soon have a place for them on our server. Take a look around the new H-SAWH and let us know what you want from your network. Yours, Jean Jean A. Stuntz, JD, PhD Professor of History Head of History Department West Texas A&M University, Canyon, Texas President-Elect H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online Author of Hers, His, and Theirs: Community Property Law in Spain and Early Texas --