However, much has happened since it went up, including the Blogger outage. Scroll down for a report on that. More new posts will be added below this one. The essay below is the conclusion of the ninth part in a series by Takuan Seiyo. See the list at the bottom of this post for links to the previous installments. Their main endeavor has been to enforce their compulsory e. K and discretionary e.
Historic House Museums and Public Spaces
Contact us for more recommendations on things to do in Cape Cod. Our Kinlin Grover agents are happy to help! In general we perform four main productions per season. As the oldest living community theater on Cape Cod, we strive to bring excellence to all of our patrons, volunteers, members, and community.
William Hasting Hughes was British, born in England, He was quite a bit older than Sarah Forbes, who was born in Massachusetts in He was a wine merchant as was his daughter Emily who was evidently from an earlier marriage (born in Spain, ).
Some pieces of this meteorite have proven to be “unstable” – rusting in collections. Read the newspaper account below describing the Braunau fall of On the 14th July last, a remarkable aerolite fell at Braunau, in Bohemia. Two fragments were found, one weighing fifteen, the other twenty-one kilogrammes. The aerolite appeared to proceed, as is very often the case, from a small black cloud. The smaller fragment fell upon a house, pierce the roof, struck the beam which caused it to deviate slightly from its course, passed through a ceiling composed of white clay and straw, and entered a room where several persons were assembled, but, fortunately, no one was hurt A fragment has been analyzed by M.
Fischer, of Breslau, who found in it, besides sulphuretted iron, carbon, phosphorus and bromine. It just cannot be had. I am proud to make two thin, Etched individuals available to the growing numbers of hammerheads: PAL with American Meteorite Laboratory Label This specimen, while sold as is, has been stable in the collection of the owner for 10 yeas and almost certainly long before that in the Nininger museum collection.
Most Brenham came out of the “Buffalo Wallow” – a hole filled with water.
For other topics, please see our main Newsletter Archives page. To subscribe to our FREE email newsletter, click here. The Priory has been in the Chaworth-Musters family since , but most of the daffodils were planted in the s. Since then, many of their names had been lost, so the Priory asked three experts — including our friend Ron Scamp — to help identify them. We offer eight of them:
Washtenaw Impressions Table of Contents This list was prepared from an index at the Museum on Main Street. The original index authors are unknown. Beginning in , articles appearing in Impressions are indexed in the Periodical Source Index or with your local library about accessing PERSI through HeritageQuest (currently available at all participating Michigan public.
Syllabub Syllabub belongs to the English family of creamy dessert beverages combining dairy products and sweet wine. Originally a holiday beverage, syllabub invited many interesting variations based on viscosity and application. Dessert syllabubs , akin to trifle, flourished in the early 20th century. Its defining characteristic is the mixing of white wine or cider or fruit juice with sweetened cream, so curdling the cream, but from earliest times it has diverged into two basic types: The former was made with thicker cream, often reinforced by beaten egg whites, the latter with single cream or even milk, sometimes introduced directly from the cow’s udder into a bowl containing the wine and other ingredients.
Both sorts remained very popular until the mid-nineteenth century
History of New England
Enter here to bring up frames page with book codes if not already loaded. With the discovery of gold in , Melbourne soon became a major entry point to Australia. By the end of the year and the following year, the demand for passage to Australia rose considerably. Rivalry between the many shipping companies intensified as they fought, through advertisements extolling the virtues of their speedy and comfortable ships, for the lucrative new emigration trade.
No doubt risks were taken with the aim of turning a quick profit, and no doubt ships were lost. Melbourne grew into a vibrant metropolis, and trade between Melbourne and Sydney prospered.
Barnstable. Cahoon Museum of American Art – The museum is a showcase for a stellar collection of the folk paintings of the Cahoons, as well as a choice collection of 19th-, 20th-century and contemporary American art. Barnstable Superior Court; Barnstable Comedy Club – A community theater, with a big emphasis on the word ‘community.’ Everyone is welcome at The BCC!
List of place names in New England of aboriginal origin New England was inhabited by Algonquian -speaking tribes when the first colonists arrived, including the Abenaki , the Penobscot , the Pequot , the Wampanoag , and many others. They referred to the region as Norumbega , named for a fabled city that was supposed to exist there.
Prior to the arrival of colonists, the Western Abenakis inhabited New Hampshire and Vermont, as well as parts of Quebec and western Maine. The Connecticut region was inhabited by the Mohegan and Pequot tribes prior to colonization. The Connecticut River Valley linked different tribes in cultural, linguistic, and political ways.
As early as , French , Dutch , and English traders began to trade metal, glass, and cloth for local beaver pelts. The purpose of both was to claim land for England and trade. Under the charters, the territory allocated was defined as follows: Virginia Company of London:
Cape Cod Attractions
By day, this double-storey manor was majestic: By night though, the house creaked with the unnerving weight of centuries of history. Dark corners and closed doors taunted the psyche and the emptiness of a mansion meant for 20 but only housing two seeped under our skin and made it crawl.
The Heirloom Daffodil Orchard at England’s Felley Priory. Featured on the cover of Gardens Illustrated, Felley Priory’s Daffodil Orchard is the “crowning glory” of its “renowned gardens” – and filled with nothing but heirlooms.. The Priory has been in the Chaworth-Musters family since , but most of the daffodils were planted in the s.
Vast deserts, lush wetlands, imposing mountains and breathtaking coastline — South Africa has it all. Enjoy the spectacular coastline and a drop of the local wine as you travel the picturesque Garden Route to cosmopolitan Cape Town. No tour of Africa would be complete without a visit to our next destination, the sensational Kruger National Park. Next we visit the beautiful coastal city of Durban before heading to Sibuya Game Reserve where we enjoy game drives and explore one of Africa’s greatest bird sanctuaries.
Our touring continues along the famed Garden Route, one of the most beautiful routes in South Africa. Here we visit the famous Cango Caves, with their huge labyrinth of tunnels created from amazing limestone formations and enjoy a meerkat adventure!
The History of Ouidah aka Juda, Judea Judah Whydah
Excellent question with no definative answer. This recipe invites experimentation. Early print descriptions suggest the original dessert was a frozen fudge infused ice cream pie presented in chocolate cookie crumb pie crust.
SHIPWRECKS OF VICTORIA – including Great Ocean Road and Gippsland. Enter here to bring up frames page with book codes if not already loaded.. With the discovery of gold in , Melbourne soon became a major entry point to Australia.
Previous page Laceyville Originally known as Braintrim see above and Skinner’s Eddy see below , the area for a couple centuries was a camping grounds for Indians of the Tuscarora tribe. When the Laceyville toll bridge was completed across the Susquehanna in , the fare was five cents for pedestrians and 25 cents for horses. Lackawanna Means “the stream that forks,” and the fork in question is the confluence of the Lackawanna River with the northern branch of the Susquehanna.
Lackawanna County was once part of Luzerne County, and the breakoff did not come easy. The first rumblings of secession were heard in the s, some 20 years after Bradford and Susquehanna counties had broken off, due mainly to the impracticalities, not to mention the social regression, of having to travel to Wilkes-Borough to transact official business. When suggestions started floating about that another northern chunk of Luzerne County wanted to break off, the PTB powers-that-be of Wilkes-Borough became alarmed, so they developed a two-point scheme.
One, they agreed to the breakoff and formation of Wyoming County, centered around Tunkhannock, throwing as it were a bone to folks clamoring for more self rule. Wyoming County was viewed as offering relatively little in terms of financial value. Two, and this is the slimy part, Luzerne County decided to stack the deck: