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WINNER: BedandBreakfast's "TOP 10 OVERALL: US" for 2009-2010, and "BEST OF THE SOUTH" award for 2008-2009! The Addison on Amelia is a tranquil 14-room boutique inn seamlessly blending the elegance of a bygone era with the modern amenities and conveniences the discriminating traveler expects. The inn is comprised of three antebellum style houses built around the perimeter of the property to enclose an enchanting courtyard. Private, semi-private and public porches overlooking Ash Street or our soothing fountain courtyard provide guests with a place to enjoy a cup of coffee, a glass of wine, al fresco dining or simply relaxing amid the oasis of calm.
VIEUX CARRÉ CONFIDENTIAL! (series) episode #12! TJ Fisher and Di Harris adventures! American heroine Margaret Haughery (1813-1882) was historical figure in New Orleans, the Mother Theresa of her era. Margaret's statue and story are featured in this non-comedy clip. Di remains off camera in this episode. Irish-born "Mother or Orphans" Margaret was one of the greatest, most influential heroines to have ever lived in the United States! A woman of unsurpassed charity, Margaret became famed for her lifelong championing of the destitute. Countless thousands of all creeds considered her a living saint worthy of canonization. Margaret was an uneducated Irish immigrant widow who reached iconic status as a beloved and influential humanitarian, philanthropist, businesswomen and social reformer. She devoted her life's work to charity and service to others, the care and feeding of the poor, hungry and homeless, and yellow fever victims. Margaret funded and built orphanages throughout New Orleans for people of every nationality, color and creed. A woman of many titles, Margaret overcame her own personal tragedies to become "The Bread Woman of New Orleans," "Mother of Orphans," "Angel of the Delta," "Mother Margaret," "Margaret of New Orleans," the "Celebrated Margaret," "Margaret of Tully," "Saint Margaret" and "Our Margaret." Over the centuries, Margaret's life has been chronicled and documented in countless books, periodicals and newspapers. A Catholic, Margaret worked closely with ...
This is my tribute to Quality & DC's Joan Dale, who is better known in her "Woman of Mystery" persona as the superheroine, Miss America. A reporter by trade, Dale debuted in Military Comics #1 during the Golden Age of comics. As a superheroine, Miss America is gifted with the power to transform matter on the molecular level. She has been a member of Uncle Sam's World War Two era group, the Freedom Fighters, and also appeared with the superhero ensemble team, the All-Star Squadron, before being thought killed as a result of a heroic confrontation. More recently, Dale was revealed to be alive but in a coma. Miss America was revived and resumed her exploits, but she then married and retired, only to resurface later, in a more evolved and powerful state, as Miss Cosmos. This episode features cover appearances of Miss America and images from her appearances in various comics. I hope you enjoy it. Song: American Honey, by Lady Antebellum
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Musice video by Doug Clare (c) 2010 No I wasn't really a big country/folk music fan, back then...country rock, well that's different. I don't mind playing country, folk, or bluegrass, tho. It's fun music to pick & grin to. This song was born out of the rebellious nature I had as a hippie, in 1973, as you might tell by the lyrics. Bah, to the big city and establishment. As relevant as it seemed then, my freak flag waved as proudly as my hair on a breezy day! I'll tell you, tho, the way things are heading, today, "Freedom Road" might seem relevant again, to some folks, as a road we might want to start driving on. I hope it captures the feeling of that era, for you boomers. Far-out, man!
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Story Info: Again, I went with the R break up era. While Serena and Darien are apart, they are looking back on how much they miss eachother and how they just really can't live without eachother and how they just need eachother in their lives. Serena of course is messed up on how she doesn't understand Darien's actions while Darien is just messed up on how he doesn't want to listen to his dreams but feels he has to in order to keep her safe. In the end, they both find themselves running to find eachother and once they do, they kiss and they're back together : ). Clip Info: This video is set in the present. Serena and Darien aren't physically together in this video until the end. The black and white images show both Serena and Darien looking back on the times when they were together. The images where Serena and Darien are together and the images aren't black and white just show why and how they need eachother in the present. Some of it they're just talking to eachother in the present. Episodes Used-(Some Used Breifly): 30-A Clear Crystal Destiny 53-Treed 55-The Cosmetic Caper 62-Prediction of Doom 70-Promises Fulfilled 76-The Legend of the Negamoon 81-Final Battle Songs: Main Song- Lady Antebellum-Need You Now Credits Song- Alexz Johnson-Anyone But You Comment. Rate. Suscribe. I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE SHOW OR SONGS IN THIS VIDEO!
Day 2 Chapter 1 of the Proposition 8 Trial Re-enactment presented by MarriageTrial.com. Produced by John Ainsworth & John Ireland. Edited by Michael Legge. THE JUDGE Vaughn Walker, Chief Judge, US District Court portrayed by Ted Heyck THE PLAINTIFFS Paul Katami portrayed by Woody Schultz Jeffrey Zarrillo portrayed by Bryan Cuprill Kristin Perry portrayed by Kitty Swink Sandy Stier portrayed by Tess Harper THE PLAINTIFF ATTORNEYS David Boies portrayed by Jack Laufer Theodore Olson portrayed by Clyde FT Small Theodore Boutrous portrayed by Peter Cassone Christopher Dusseault portrayed by Jon Keel Matthew McGill portrayed by Mark Doerr Ethan Dettmer portrayed by Shawn Ryan THE PLAINTIFF-INTERVENOR ATTORNEYS Dennis Herrera, SF City Attorney portrayed by Matt Pittenger Therese Stewart, SF Deputy City Attorney portrayed by Sarah Gaboury Christine Van Aken, SF City Attorney Portayed by Kate McNeil Danny Chou, SF City Attorney portrayed by Peter James Smith SF City Attorney Ronald Flynn portrayed by Todd Waring THE DEFENDANTS Arnold Schwarzenegger, California Governor Does not appear at trial. Edmund G. Brown, California Attorney General Does not appear at trial. Linette Scott, Deputy Director of Health & Strategic Planning for the California Department of Public Health Does not appear at trial. Patrick OConnell, Clerk-Recorder County of Alameda Does not appear at trial. Dean Logan, Clerk-Recorder County of Los Angeles Does not appear at trial. THE DEFENDANT ATTORNEY Tamar ...
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Book Reviews : PD Curtin, The Atlantic Slave Trade : A Census. Madison, University...Green International Journal of Comparative Sociology.1972; 13: 269-270 This is from the very bottom of the abstract (Talking about the overall trade not the United States) and is cut off at the end cos.sagepub.com Although imports began to tail off in the final decade of the eighteenth century, there was a growth in the trade in the 1820s, and contrary to the traditional view, the elimination of the British slave trade in 1808 had little apparent effect upon the rate of slaves transported. Curtins figures do confirm the view that British, French, and American naval squadrons had only modest The slave trade: the story of the Atlantic slave trade, 1440-1870 By Hugh Thomas books.google.com As many Africans were probably introduced into the United states in the last twenty years of the eighteenth century and the first eighty years of the nineteenth century as in the entire era since the 1620s. . .In 1806, the United States slaving fleet was said to have been almost three-quarters the size of the British one. These vessels of the former, unlike those of the latter, were, of course, unregulated by anything like the Dolben bill, and so could carry as many salves as their captains saw fit. The transatlantic slave trade: a history By James A. Rawley, Stephen D. Behrendt books.google.com Between the recognition of independence (1783) and the abolition of the trade (1808), the United States imported ...
Need You Now - Lady Antebellum --------------------------------------- Based on Naruto Shippuden - Episodes 135 - 136 - 137 - 138 - 141 - 142 (Itachi's Death |Uchihas' Memories) --------------------------------------- New Year means change, so today start the NEW ERA of Shirogane Productions;...
Hi, Since you made note of this on a video that spoke of this topic, I just thought that you might also enjoy reading the summary and links found listed below. =D Have a nice day. -- AP ```````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````` AAs & BAs: The KEY difference between these TWO (2) groups ... ```````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````` The African-Americans (AAs) are an ETHNIC grouping of people that is comprised ONLY of: *** The 'Descendants-Of-The-Survivors' of the chattel-slavery system that took place on the continental United States of America during the antebellum era of its history.*** Most (+70%) -- although not all -- of the people who are born to two (2) AA parents are found to have an ancestral "racial" lineage that includes varying amounts of African (45-55%), Amerindian (+25%) and also European (+20-30%) bloodlines -- that were both admixed into and "continually remained" within the lineage of their families. (Meaning they are of the Mixed-Race category that is referred to as "Multi-Generational Multiracially-Mixed" or as 'MGM-Mixed' racially-admixed ancestral lineage) Thus, this incredibly unique ETHNIC group of people is actually not seen (by most scientists and geneticist) as being a 'Black' RACE group (or any sort of RACE group) at all --- but rather they are seen as actually being comprised of people that span across the following "racial" categories and groups ... **** Multiracial (about 70% of the AAs -- ex ...
This enhanced podcast includes a brief bio and description of the contributions of William Lloyd Garrison, John Brown and Frederick Douglass
A large family gathering on Thanksgiving Day 2009 in Hartsville, South Carolina, at the Civil War-era home of our nephew.
Scholars shed light on the origins and consequences of anti-Black stereotypes in popular culture from the Antebellum period to the Civil Rights era. www.newsreel.org
Ira Revels, Margaret Washington, and Sean Eversley-Bradwell look at American education from the African American perspective. (Feb 25, 2009 at Cornell University) - Ira Revels discusses the role of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in black education during the mid to early 19th century, using images from the HBCU Digital Collection, a collaborative project involving Cornell University Library and twenty-one HBCUs; - History professor Margaret Washington discusses black education in antebellum New York City, with a focus on the African Free School. At a time when no public education existed, this privately run institution provided formative education for individuals who became the most important African American leaders in the pre-Civil War era; - Ithaca College Professor Sean Eversley-Bradwell presents the history of black students in Ithaca, NY, revealing numerous examples of resistance and agency. This history helps to map how race impacts and structures local communities.
In this interview staged at the antebellum home of Charles Manship in Jackson, Mississippi, host Stephen Koranda talks to author H. Grady Howell, Jr. about his new book, Chimneyville: Likenesses of Early Jackson, Mississippi, a pictorial account of the growth and development of the city of Jackson, Mississippi from its founding in the 1820s through the 1950s. Particular interest is devoted to the Civil War era of Jacksons history. Mr. Howell is a reservoir of information about Mississippi and its place in the Civil War and the town of Jackson they called Chimneyville after General Sherman burned it to the ground. mpbonline.org
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May 18, 2009 Interview with Professor Rebecca Hill. Rebecca Hills first book started out as a graduate school paper. The book is Men, Mobs and the Law, published this year by Duke University Press. In it, Hill, an Associate Professor in the Department of Social Science, finds common ground between two seemingly dissimilar 19th and early 20th-century protest movements—one aimed at defending early labor organizers against criminal prosecution, the other directed at the practice of lynching in the South. From Sacco and Vanzetti to Mumia Abu-Jamal In my first year of graduate school, I wrote a paper comparing the legal defense mounted for Sacco and Vanzetti, anarchists tried and executed for murder in 1920, and the defense of the Rosenbergs, who were convicted of espionage in the early 1950s, Hill says. That idea later became the basis of my dissertation. In graduate school, Hill was active in politics and got involved in the public defense of Mumia Abu-Jamal, who was sentenced to death for the 1981 shooting of a Philadelphia police officer. But no Pennsylvania governor was willing to sign the death warrant until 1995, when the state elected its first pro-death penalty governor, she recalls. The case got me thinking about the role of defense organizing throughout American history. By the time she turned the idea into a book, she had extended the storys historical arc forward to the 1980s and back to the antebellum era and John Browns anti-slavery revolt. She had also focused ...
This is a project me and my friend Alicia did for school. ENJOY!! :D
The Burwell School is a historic house museum located in Hillsborough, NC that preserves and interprets the history of its antebellum and Civil War era residents. The Burwell School Historic Site offers free docent-led and self-guided tours, a variety of cultural events, and engaging and innovative heritage education programs for children and young adults. - www.burwellschool.org Video provided courtesy of the Preservation Society of Chapel Hill. Visit www.chapelhillpreservation.com for more information.
This movie takes you through the life of the two abolitionists, Angelina and Sarah Grimke. Thanks for watching, please comment and vote!
New Orleans (pronounced /nuːˈɔliənz, nuːˈɔlənz/ locally and often pronounced /nuːɔrˈliːnz/ in most other US dialects French: La Nouvelle-Orléans is a major United States port city and the largest city in Louisiana. New Orleans is the center of the Greater New Orleans metropolitan area, the largest metro area in the state. New Orleans is located in southeastern Louisiana, straddling the Mississippi River. It is coextensive with Orleans Parish, meaning that the boundaries of the city and the parish are the same. It is bounded by the parishes of St. Tammany (north), St. Bernard (east), Plaquemines (south), and Jefferson (south and west). Lake Pontchartrain, part of which is included in the city limits, lies to the north, and Lake Borgne lies to the east. The city is named after Philippe II, Duc d'Orléans, Regent of France, and is one of the oldest cities in the United States. It is well known for its multicultural and multilingual heritage, cuisine, architecture, music (particularly as the birthplace of jazz), and its annual Mardi Gras and other celebrations and festivals. The city is often referred to as the "most unique" city in America La Nouvelle-Orléans (New Orleans) was founded May 7, 1718, by the French Mississippi Company, under the direction of Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville on land inhabited by the Chitimacha. It was named for Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, who was Regent of France at the time; his title came from the French city of Orléans. The French colony ...
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Christopher Castiglia, author of Interior States: Institutional Consciousness and the Inner Life of Democracy in the Antebellum United States (Duke University Press, 2008), discusses democracy, interiority, and the recent election with Russ Castronovo, author of Beautiful Democracy: Aesthetics and Anarchy in a Global Era, and Dana D. Nelson, author of Bad for Democracy: How the Presidency Undermines the Power of the People.
Katie Couric, David Janssen & Herb Bridges view/discuss the recently discovered GWTW home video footage. The footage shows Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Olivia de Havilland, Leslie Howard, Victor Fleming and various extras behind the scenes during the filming of the 1939 classic. For more information on Vivien Leigh & Gone with the Wind, please visit VIVIEN-LEIGH.COM. Video supplied by Mark Mayes. From Brucemore.org: "The subject of this attention was a three-minute segment of footage taken by Howard Hall in 1939. Howard was visiting friends and checking on investments in California when he was invited to visit the Busch Garden set of Gone With the Wind. Howard had access to the set through his friend Paul Robinson, whose wife Ann was the stand-in for Olivia de Havilland. Through that connection, he had remarkable access to the otherwise closed set of the most popular American film ever made. Fortuitously, he brought his movie camera. The quality of the images is extraordinary. Howard documents the filming of one of the opening scenes of the movie -- the barbecue at Twelve Oaks. He focuses on Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh sitting by their trailers in full costume, smoking and waiting for their scenes. He also shows stand-ins setting up a shot for Leslie Howard and Olivia de Havilland. Some scenes reveal hundreds of extras in antebellum costumes, standing in the California sun, waiting for the cameras to roll. Howard's filming on the set of Gone with the Wind was not an ...
Black History goes High Tech!!! The Great Blacks in Wax Museum is among the United States' most dynamic cultural and educational institutions. Because it is a wax museum committed solely to the study and preservation of African American history, it is also among the most unique. Primarily, the presentation of life-size, life-like wax figures highlighting historical and contemporary personalities of African ancestry defines its uniqueness. Each wax figure, clad in appropriate historical attire, is part of a scenic display depicting the struggles, achievements and contributions of African peoples worldwide. Each display is presented chronologically, highlighting ancient Africa, the Middle Passage, the Antebellum and Postbellum periods, Reconstruction, the Harlem Renaissance, and Civil Rights era, and the present.
The Blockbuster Video Living Museum offers tourists a glimpse of how Americans rented movies before the advent of services like Netflix and iTunes. More coverage at: onion.com
Briggs Banjo Instructor, published in 1855, is the earliest example of the style of banjo playing popular in the antebellum era. As such, it forms the basis of what we know about exactly how people were playing the instrument at that time. A Cracovienne is a dance, and "Ethiopian" refers to the blackface style of performance that banjo players used. This song probably would have accompanied a dance number in an early minstrel show. For more danceable early banjo music go to www.milfordmusic.com
Video for the first Northern Kings single We Don't Need Another Hero (Originally by Tina Turner). Director: Niina Miettinen www.northernkings.com