[APG Public List] Native American Research

Valerie Stern wolawol at gmail.com
Fri Feb 19 16:32:22 MST 2010

It seems to me we might offer potential clients several categories:

1. Terribly passionate but inexperienced; willing to put passion aside

2. Terribly experienced but impassive; money-grubbing

3. Not only experienced but driven by passion for YOUR area

4. Inexperienced, blase, and only in it for the money, but quite cheerful


P.S. PLEASE know that this is tongue-in-cheek. I watched too much Monty
Python as a child.

On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 6:24 PM, LBoswell <laboswell at rogers.com> wrote:

> That said, I do have a passion for any kind of research centered on London.
> Or military research.  Certain areas of the colonial period.  And I light up
> when I pick up a project that takes me to those places/eras.  But that's a
> personal thing, not my professional approach.  Once the professional
> research starts I set the passion aside.  I have to, otherwise it would trip
> me up.
> Left to my own devices I'd be sitting pouring over maps of London, chasing
> down obscure references, and so on.  Happy as the proverbial hog in....
> Passion that you can literally feel.  Wonderful.  But kept in its place.
> Larry
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