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Greenbelt Interfaith News
Editor: Heather Elizabeth Peterson
This magazine covered interfaith news from around the world from June 1997 to December 1999. Greenbelt Anglican News, a supplementary section, was active from December 1997 to September 1998. All of the contents of the site remain online, including the links section.
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If an article does not bear a copyright notice, it is a press release that was released into the public domain. You may use it without seeking permission.
Articles by Heather Elizabeth Peterson are hereby released for noncommercial use under the following license. (One of these days, the editor will get around to changing all the copyright notices.) Please be sure to include the following copyright notice if you reuse the article.
This text, or a variation on it, was originally published at duskpeterson.com. Copyright © 1997-2002 Heather Elizabeth Peterson. Some rights reserved. The text is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0). You may freely print, post, e-mail, share, or otherwise distribute the text for noncommercial purposes, provided that you include this paragraph. The author's policies on derivative works and fan works are available online (duskpeterson.com/copyright.htm).
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Heather Elizabeth Peterson (editor) has worked as a journalist and as a freelance history writer.
William S. Peterson (design consultant) lives in Washington, D.C., and is a literary historian who specializes in the history of modern fine printing.
©1997-2002 Heather Elizabeth Peterson.
The wallpaper for this site is based upon "Marigold," an 1875 design by the English artist William Morris. The wallpaper is used with permission of the William Morris Gallery, London.
The logo below was designed by Andy Wilkinson, editor of EcoPagan News, based upon a home page design by William S. Peterson.