• 01:12

    Chief Langley Genealogy Lecture "Beyond the walls of Hope"

    in Education

    Getting beyond genealogical breakwalls may become difficult at times. Chief Langley gives break throught techiques of researching for the unknown. one must become inspired. to believe its not impossible to dream and connect with your ancestors. 

  • 00:16

    In The State Of Mississippi Carla Hughes Was Framed

    in Legal

    Carla Hughes Was Framed!


    Carla Hughes is a former public school teacher with a Master's degree in education. Carla was framed, tried and convicted of capital murder in the death of Avis Banks and her unborn child. 

    Carla is also a victim of Dr. Steven Hayne's testimony. Dr. Hayne was the subject of "The Innocence Project's Formal Records Request to Determine how much Hayne used state labs for Autopsy Misconduct."  http://www.innocenceproject.org/news-events-exonerations/press-releases/innocence-project-issues-formal-records-requests-to-determine-how-much-hayne-uses-state-labs-for-autopsy-misconduct

    Carla was represented by an experienced Tobacco Litigation attorney who appears to have had expertise in civil law, not capital murder.  

    While Carla's family paid dearly for her legal representation, they are currently in need of assistance to provide expert legal services for her. 

    Carla desperately needs a private investigator and a seasoned criminal attorney. Please donate to the Carla Hughes Legal Defense Fund. http://gogetfunding.com/project/carla-hughes-legal-defense-fund



    Please Assist Carla!!

  • 00:29

    Rondo Records and Ken Griffin

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Rando Records and Ken Griffin


    Ken Griffin: You Can’t Be True Dear


    Cuckoo Waltz


    Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Donkey Serenade  


    Ciribiribin


    Doodle-EE-DO   


    American Patrol


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    The Rondo Records Story


    By Mike Callahan, David Edwards, and Patrice Eyries


    Ken Griffin at the Organ A: You Can’t be true dear


    Rondo records R-128-A


    Arrangement by Ken Griffin


    Ken Griffin at the Organ B: Cuckoo Waltz


    Rondo records R-128-B 


    Arrangement by Ken Griffin 


    Edited by Bryon Young ©  Robert L. Campbell and Robert Pruter    


    Becomes the House that Griffin Built


    Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Donkey Serenade  


    Rondo records R-129-A  By Rudolph Priml  


    Kenneth W. Griffin was born December 28, 1909, He taught himself to play the pipe organ in a movie theater. In 1935, he adopted the Hammond organ.


    Ken Griffin at the Organ B: Ciribiribin   


    Rondo records R-129-B  


      Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Doodle-EE-DO   


    Rondo records R-130-A    


    Griffin's singles were all in the 100 series, which kept on going through the company's Chicago period, That was when the company issued Ken Griffin's first instrumental single: You Can't Be True, Dear" and "Cuckoo Waltz" on Rondo 128.


    Ken Griffin at the Organ B: American Patrol    


    Rondo records R-130-B    

  • 00:57

    Chief Langley Lectures on Genealogy, Colonial History and Basic Common Sense.

    in Education

    Chief Langley returns with more historical facts of colonial history as it connects with genealogy of many of your ancestors. There so much of history that's been omitted and surpress.  The Colonial Slave trade. American Indians, South Asians,  Oceanic Negroes. European Convicts - Chief Langley takes you on the jounery of living history. 

  • 02:05
  • 01:15

    Genealogy Your Ancestors and You

    in Education

    Tonite Chief Langley talks about  Southeastern American Indian Genealogy.  Those Native that remain in the southeast. Chief Langley Gives a grassroots approach to understanding  History, Timelines  Customs and Traditions. This lecture will bring many into the understanding of getting beyond brick walls.  This is a spiritual walk of understanding who your ancestors were and who you are.  Remember your old stories  reflect, Remember the daily habits of your ancestors. Remember the herbs and medicines they made,  All these are precious memories that will aid in your research.

  • 00:35

    Little Known 78 records shared with Facebooks Friends

    in Music

    ““Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Little Known 78 records shared with Facebooks Friends


    Charles Harrison: Always


     Franklin Baur “Meet me tonight in Dreamland” 


    Joe Biviano, his Accordion and Rhythm Sextette:  That’s A Plenty


    Scotch Medley  


    Ben Light: “Three O’clock in the Morning “


    “Miss You”


    Kay Kyser & Orchestra I Came Here To Talk for Joe


     Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    Shellac 10” 78 rpm


    Charles Harrison: Always


    Bell Records 394-A:  written By Irving Berlin, Tenor Solo


    Franklin Baur “Meet me tonight in Dreamland” 


    394-B: Tenor solo by Slater-Whitson-Friedman


    Joe Biviano, his Accordion & Rhythm Sextette:  That’s A Plenty


    Sonora Records “Clear as a Bell” Ms-476-5 1111-A, September 1945


    The Sonora 1000 Series: Albums from 1945


    By Lou Pollack


    B Side Scotch Medley, 1111-B MS476-6


    The Lightning Fingers of Ben Light: “Three O’clock in the Morning “


    With Lloyd Sloop: Baldwin & Bob Mitchell: Hammond Organ


    Tempo records “Custom Made Records “TR 1238-A


    By Robledo &Terriss


    B Side “Miss You”


    TR1238-B, written By Tobias & Tobias & Tobias


    Kay Kyser & Orchestra ‎– I Came Here To Talk For Joe / Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition!


    Columbia 36640


    A side:  I Came Here to Talk for Joe Vocals – Harry Babbitt


    Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition! Vocals – Glee Club

  • 01:01

    David McDowell of Mississippi Democratic Trust

    in Politics Progressive

    David McDowell of Mississippi Democratic Trust will be our featured guest.


    The Kudzu Vine is the leading podcast covering Southern politics from a Democratic perspective

  • 02:07
  • 00:59

    Government Forced Use of Electronic Health Records Harms Patients

    in Politics Conservative

    Dr. Jeffrey Singer: The ongoing debate over ObamaCare has obscured another important example of government meddling in medicine. Starting this year, physicians like myself who treat Medicare patients must adopt electronic health records, known as EHRs, which are digital versions of a patient’s paper charts. If doctors do not comply, our reimbursement rates will be cut by 1%, rising to a maximum of 5% by the end of the decade…I am an unwilling participant in this program. In my experience, EHRs harm my patients more than they help.


     


    Dr. Singer practices general surgery in Phoenix and is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute.


     


     


     


    Tags:  Dr Jeffrey Singer, Obamacare, electronic health records, EHRs, digital, reimbursement, patient

  • 01:16

    Records of Post-Civil War Federal Agencies at NARA - Reginald Washington

    in History

    The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the official repository of the permanently valuable records of the U.S. Government.  NARA's vast holdings document the lives and experiences of persons who interacted with the Federal Government.  The records created by post-Civil War Federal Agencies are perhaps some of the most important records available for the study of black family life and genealogy.  This discussion will focus on NARA's Reference Information Paper 108.


    This reference information paper describes three post-Civil War Federal agencies' records: the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands; the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company; and the Commissioners of Claims. Case examples will be shared to illustrate the value of researching these important records.


    Reginald Washington is a retired archivist/ genealogy specialist with the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). He lectures frequently on records and research procedures at the National Archives, and has served as the African-American Genealogy Subject Area Specialist at NARA. He has spoken at conferences of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, National Genealogical Society, Federation of Genealogical Societies, National Institute on Genealogical Research, and numerous local genealogical societies and clubs. 


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

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