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We like to share links with other websites.
Although we do not have a dedicated "links" page, we add links for
our advertisers, stores, and other organizations at the appropriate places on
our site. For example, we list all of our advertisers web addresses (or email
addresses if the advertiser does not have a website) in our Advertisers'
Index. We also list links for retail stores in our Find-a-Store page,
providing you provide us with the link information. We also put links on our
Sources and Calendar pages, at least if we have the information. If you would
like your link listed, let us know the appropriate information as well as
where it should appear. Advertisers should contact Sue Miller at 717-362-9167. Retail stores,
Directory artists, and others should contact Alexandra Dreka at our main
telephone number (440-543-8566) or by email at email@example.com.
Here's what you need to know if you want to
link to us:
If you want a simple, text-only
link, please link to our home page, EALonline.com.
We use frames for most of our website, and entering through the home page will
assure everything will display properly.
We have other entry points that
may be suitable, listed below:
In many cases, you can cut and
paste one of the examples above for a working link.
you want to use a graphic image as a link, we are happy to provide
the image below for your use. To download the image to your system,
right click on it and select "Save Image" from the pop-up
menu. You can also directly cut-and-paste it into your page.
you are familiar with writing html code, you can insert the text
below, which will pull the above image from our website and link to
it (using a new page):
here to visit Early American Life magazine."><img src="http://www.ealonline.com/images/ealonline.gif"></a>
you have problems adding any of these links to your page, please
call our webmaster at 440-543-8566 and we'll help you get things
note that linking to our page is not an endorsement of your site,
and you may not claim that it is. Nor will we tolerate links to
sites that we view as inappropriate or distasteful. If you have any
doubt, please contact us before linking to our site.
Or call 800-446-1696 to subscribe or buy back issues.
We've mailed the April 2017 issue of Early American Life
to all of our current subscribers. The postal service advises you should allow up to three weeks for delivery,
so subscribers should have their copies of our new April issue by the first week of March. If you're not yet a subscriber, there's still time to make April the first issue of your new subscrption.
All new web subscriptions will start with the August 2017 issue. Call us at 800-446-1696 if you have other subscription requirements.
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