General W.T. Sherman; Burning of Atlanta; Civil War – After Effects & CrazyTalk

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In 1864, Gen Sherman marched into Atlanta, captured the city, and ordered the people to leave the city before his troops burned all government/military structures that were used to supply the Confederate Army. However, the fire got out of control and much of Atlanta was left in ruins. He later marched into Savannah, GA and into the Carolinas, destroying everything in their path, which ultimately ended the South’s ability to wage war.

*** The spoken words are excerpts from Gen. William T. Sherman’s letter to the mayor and council members of Atlanta, written on Sept. 12, 1864, ordering the city’s evacuation.

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GMC19 |Day 2| Apostle Any Kumi-Larbi, General Secretary, The Church of Pentecost

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Day 2| The Global Ministers’ Conference GMC19 at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), Gomoa-Fetteh.

Apostle Any Kumi-Larbi General Secretary, The Church of Pentecost


Event #403: General Session V at UUA General Assembly 2018

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UUA Co-Moderators preside over the general sessions in which the business of the Association is being conducted. Please refer to the Agenda for details on the specific items which will be addressed.

Fort Omaha & General Crook House

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By: Shelby Veik, Abi Javier, Tim Thompson
Works Cited:
Observation Balloon Launch. Criticalpast, Youtube, 2104. Accessed 19 Apr. 2017.
“Fort Omaha Campus History.” Metropolitan Community College, MCC. Accessed 19 Apr. 2017.

Hervey, Glenda. Personal interview. 6 Apr.

Brief Background:
Fort Omaha opened in 1868 as a supply depot for various forts along the Platte River, Fort Omaha is primarily occupied by Metropolitan Community College. Fort Omaha is perhaps most notable as the site where Chief Standing Bear was held prior to the 1879 trial of Standing Bear v. Crook. The site includes the General Crook House, which is listed separately on the National Register of Historic Places (NHRP). The entire fort is listed as an historic district on the NRHP.

RSC 2012 Governor General Lecture Series: We Are All Treaty People: Accepting the Queen’s Hand

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The Royal Society of Canada
2012 Governor General Lecture Series
Professor James Miller, FRSC
November 10th 2011 – University of Manitoba
Duration: 40:15

Integrity Eucharist 2018 at the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church

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The Integrity Eucharist during the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church was held on Sunday July 8th, at 8pm CDT in the JW Marriott Grand Ballroom in Austin, TX. We thank you for your generous support. The service begins at the 11:50 mark on the video.

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Lansing, Michigan General Motors demolition

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the first 25 pictures are former General Motors plants that have been demolished, followed by: closed stores and businesses, empty stores in a mall, foreclosed and abandoned homes, not know which direction to turn, two closed and boarded up churches for sale….one includes a school, and empty storefronts. When GM went bankrupt and cut jobs they also destroyed a way of living in this town and others in Michigan, so much so, that the State has been brought to it’s knees in recession. Stand up people, and take a look. It’s horrible and it’s ugly……where’s our help?