|Megan Sullivan (l) and Katie Garland (r)|
This year Megan Sullivan stepped into the research assistant role without missing a beat. Not only did Megan proofread the galleys for Why Study History, but she virtually lived in the Early American Imprints collection this year, gathering data on Presbyterians during the American Revolution. Megan graduated from Messiah College on Saturday and will be heading to James Madison University in the fall to pursue an M.A. in American history with an emphasis in public history.
Katie and Megan reunited Saturday and we could not resist this picture! This summer Katie will be working as a Buchanan/Burnham intern at The Newport Historical Society and Megan will be working for the third straight summer as a living history interpreter at Harper's Ferry National Historical Park.
I am so very proud of both of these young ladies and I know they have bright futures ahead of them.