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The Clapper Archives: 2005–2009

  • NYC AGM Report & Photos
  • Obituaries: Bob Stokes & Paul Cattermole
  • Name the Place
  • Butler Tour 2009
  • Post Your News While It's New
  • Ringing in Cape Cod

  • Remembering Bill Jackson
  • Five Towers Festival 2009
  • Yale Update
  • The First Steel City Ringing Festival
  • Toronto Twelve Weekend 2009
  • Thoughts and Wandering in Worcester
  • Kalamazoo's Silver Anniversary Peal

  • US Presidential Inauguration Ringing in DC and elsewhere
  • Bill Jackson Remembered
  • Surprise Workshop
  • Quarter Peal Weekend
  • Spring Dinner
  • NYC AGM Update

  • "A True 5040" -- Trumpler Golden Anniversary
  • First Local Peal at Trinity NYC
  • Bell Ringing at Smith College
  • "A Picture is Truly Worth 2009 Changes"
  • Surprise Weekend at Brewster
  • "Teamwork in the Belfry" -- New Clappers for the Advent

  • "The Little Tower that Could" -- Miami AGM
  • "Improving Ringing Skills"
  • Getting Acquainted with Russian Bells and Ringers
  • Pittsburgh Ringing Course
  • Arthur Nichols' & Change Ringing in Boston
  • New Website Preview

  • A Day in Old New Castle
  • 6th Annual Minnesota Handbell Weekend
  • Butler Tour 2008
  • Education Survey Analysis
  • NCS Rings Around the UK
  • View of Seattle's Bells

  • Seattle Ring in Process
  • "Start Spreading the News" -- SRCY in NYC
  • 25th Anniversary of Old North Rehanging
  • Vernal Equinox Weekend in Philadelphia
  • The NorthEast Towers
  • Five Towers Festival Report
  • "Treble's Gone" -- 2007 Striking Competition
  • The Towers of the SouthWest
  • Birmingham's First Quarter Peal
  • St. Martin's in the Field's 500th QP
  • 20th Anniversary of Raleigh Bells

  • 2007 NoGA AGM Report
  • Report of the Constitution Committee
  • Statement of Financial Position
  • Proposed Constitution Committee
  • "The Bells of Stetson Chapel Reach 500"
  • "It Was Awesome"

  • Seventeen Years of Butler Tours
  • Proposed Budget for 2008
  • Butler 'WAGOS' Tour Report
  • "All's Well that Ends Well"
  • "St. Louis University Ringing"

  • Thirty Years of Ringing Together n Victoria
  • DVD Review: "Craft of Bellringing"
  • Report of the southeastern Palm Sunday Workshop
  • Report of Philadelphia events
  • "When we are Four"

  • The English Ringer of the 'Boston Guild'
  • Appeal for Clapper Archives
  • Ringing for funeral of Gerald Ford
  • Bells of Old North history
  • Report of 2007 Flying Pig Festival in Houston
  • Name the Ringers

  • Report of AGM in British Columbia
  • "Learning to Ring Derek Sawyer's Way"
  • "Ringing a la Mode"
  • Report of the Peal Books Project Team
  • "Turn Around When Possible" -- Butler Tour Report
  • Obituary of Derek Miles Sawyer
  • The Bells of Birmingham
  • Fourth Annual Minnesota Handbell Weekend Report
  • "To Strengthen Ringing in North America"
  • Five Towers Ringing Festival Report
  • Random Access

  • The Church of the Good Shepard -- Wilde Bells
  • Report of the Constitution Committee
  • Philadelphia Quarter Peal Weekend 2006
  • Random Access
  • Obituary of J. Arthur Izard
  • Obituary of Dr. Robert Alan Verrey

  • The Bells of Holy Rosary Cathedral
  • NAGCR Election Results
  • Yesteryear in the Clapper
  • Upcoming Events
  • Ring Around Charleston Announcement
  • "Go Houston"
  • Book Review: "Coonducting and Coursing Order"
  • First Annual Individual Striking Competition, Kalamazoo
  • Don Trumpler's Western Canada Peal Band Tour
  • The 2005 Butler Tour
  • Constitution Committee Report
  • Toronto 12-Bell Weekend Report
  • Constitution Committee Report
  • Four Towers Festival 2005 Poem
  • Phiiadelphia Bells Barbeque Birthday Bash
  • Washington Three Tower Tour
  • Random Access
  • A Celebration of the Vernal Equinox
  • A Quarter Peal Weekend in the Grand Tradition"
  • "Undersea Ringing: An Octopus Surfaces"
  • Random Access
  • The Fortune Cookie Game

  • A Dream Comes True in Sewanee
  • Report of Dedication of Augusta Bells
  • Toronto to the Max: First Peal on Twelve by NA Band in Toronto
  • Raleigh Striking Competition
  • Official NAG Chat Group
  • Random Access