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News in 2011: We learned that geocities web sites are being restored as reocities sites. Click here to learn more about this effort to restore the work of thousands of people who posted their research on the geocities site believing in good faith that it would be preserved.

    Dr. Robert Perry's archived webpages were located by Patty Campbell and reported to Fred May in January 2011. These historical webpages were restored by the organization known as "Internet Archive".

    The Internet Archive ( is working to prevent the Internet - a new medium with major historical significance - and other "born-digital" materials from disappearing into the past. Collaborating with institutions including the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian, we are working to preserve a record for generations to come. They also have another project called "open library" which is recording every book. (

Efforts need to be taken - when time and priorities allow - to redirect links on the site from geocities to reocities addresses.

More news in May 2011!! There is another site that has preserved the work previously posted on geocites. It is and it does not have ads like the reocities sites.

Click here to access the postings of Dr. Robert Perry.

Prior to this news, the following work was completed:

Unfortunately, in 2009 the geocities website that had been used by Dr. Robert Perry prior to his death for postings for Friends of the Samuel May House was unilaterally deleted. We were not given any prior warning of this action and have lost much of the information Robert compiled over a number of years of research. Below are a few pieces of his work that had been previously copied to this website with Robert's permission. We have some fragments of his other postings which might be restored at a later date.

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