Happy St. Patrick’s Day 2021 and More!

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A Brief History

Today, I wish you all a Happy St. Patrick’s Day and I also want to give you a brief update about this site’s YouTube channel.

Digging Deeper

My first update is to thank you for helping this channel pass the 18,000 subscribers milestone!  I truly appreciate all of your support in watching, liking, commenting on, and sharing this channel’s videos.  My goal is to reach 30,000 subscribers by the end of this year and with your help, I believe that goal is attainable.

Second, for anyone interested in knowing what videos are scheduled for future publication on this channel, I made an article on my website with a schedule of upcoming videos.  I plan to regularly update this schedule as I plan new videos so that you know what to look forward to.  As you can see, the videos on this channel are mostly adaptations of articles from my website.

Third, thank you to my third patron on Patreon!  This individual joined on March 5th and is my first patron at the $10 a month level.  As it takes a lot of views to earn much from YouTube ads, having patrons really helps with the cost of running a YouTube channel and as I started the channel in large part to make educational content for my students, your support of this channel also helps in that effort.

Fourth and finally, I would like to congratulate my former student Bryan Mersol for passing 300 subscribers on his channel called Your Paranormal.  He can also be seen on Wednesdays on another channel called RU Media Network for the Our Paranormal Podcast that he co-hosts with Shawn Gilmore.  For any of you interested in the paranormal, I encourage you to subscribe to these two channels as I would really like to see them pass 1,000 subscribers each by the end of this year.

Question for students (and subscribers): What is your favorite video on my channel?  Also, do you have any fun plans for St. Patrick’s Day?  Please let us know in the comments section below this article and once again, thank you for your support and have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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Your readership is much appreciated!

Historical Evidence

For more information, please see…

Ciampa, Matt, Rob Ciampa, Theresa Go, and Rich Murphy.  YouTube Channels For Dummies, 2nd Edition.  For Dummies, 2020.

Fohner, Georgann.  A Brief History of St. Patrick’s Day: Traditions, Favorite Foods, and other Interesting Facts.  Independently published, 2019.

The featured image in this article, an illustration by AnnaliseArt, is licensed under the Pixabay License.

You can also watch a video version of this article on YouTube.

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Dr. Zar

Dr. Zar graduated with a B.A. in French and history, a Master’s in History, and a Ph.D. in History. He currently teaches history in Ohio.