1. [2011/09/04] Acker's Acres' High On The Hog - Grüvenwood - Complete Set

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    This is the complete recording of Grüvenwood's set performed at Acker's Acres High On The Hog 2011 Event. Grüvenwood on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gruvenwood/49787883889 Acker's Acres Disc Golf: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ackers-Acres-Disc-Golf/110321470041 Original Computing: http://www.originalcomputing.com 25tHour Media: http://www.25thour.com Permissions of filming and distributing were obtained by those involved with this event (as we were requested to be there to do so). All copyrights owned by the respective recorded artists. 25tHour Media makes no claim to the copyrights of the audio, stage and/or visual productions. This media serves as a documentative field-capture of an in-person experience seen and heard by those who had rights to be there.

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    • Christmas Eve 2011 - 10:30pm Holy Eucharist

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      • "Up Closer With Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain" (Associate Professor of History Patrick Rael)

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        In August 2013, Bowdoin College hosted "The Afterlife of the American Civil War," a four-day series of lectures, demonstrations, exhibitions, and music presented in commemoration of the Civil War's sesquicentennial celebration. Bowdoin has many important connections to the Civil War through eminent alumni, faculty, and other historical figures associated with the College—including Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain (class of 1852), Oliver Otis Howard (class of 1850), William Pitt Fessenden (class of 1823), and Harriet Beecher Stowe, who began writing "Uncle Tom’s Cabin" while her husband was a Bowdoin professor. The Alumni College event, which focused on Bowdoin's involvement in the post-war years, included lectures by Bowdoin faculty and alumni. In this lecture, Bowdoin Associate Professor of History Patrick Rael, a specialist in African-American History who regularly teaches courses on the Civil War and Reconstruction, including the popular course "The Civil War in Film," discusses Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain and other Bowdoin alumni who fought in the Civil War.

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        • 2011 Vagina Monologues

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          Performed in Kresge Auditorium February 17-19, 2011 Directed by Emily Graham, Larissa Gaias & Morgan Taggart-Hampton

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          • [2011/09/04] Acker's Acres' High On The Hog - Puddn'head - Complete Set

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            This is the complete recording of Puddn'head's set performed at Acker's Acres High On The Hog 2011 Event. Puddn'head on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Puddnhead/115762911833788 Acker's Acres Disc Golf: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ackers-Acres-Disc-Golf/110321470041 Original Computing: http://www.originalcomputing.com 25tHour Media: http://www.25thour.com Permissions of filming and distributing were obtained by those involved with this event (as we were requested to be there to do so). All copyrights owned by the respective recorded artists. 25tHour Media makes no claim to the copyrights of the audio, stage and/or visual productions. This media serves as a documentative field-capture of an in-person experience seen and heard by those who had rights to be there.

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            • "Abraham Lincoln's Historic Photographs" (Frank Goodyear) & "Winslow Homer's View of the Civil War" (Linda Docherty)

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              In August 2013, Bowdoin College hosted "The Afterlife of the American Civil War," a four-day series of lectures, demonstrations, exhibitions, and music presented in commemoration of the Civil War's sesquicentennial celebration. Bowdoin has many important connections to the Civil War through eminent alumni, faculty, and other historical figures associated with the College—including Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain (class of 1852), Oliver Otis Howard (class of 1850), William Pitt Fessenden (class of 1823), and Harriet Beecher Stowe, who began writing "Uncle Tom’s Cabin" while her husband was a Bowdoin professor. The Alumni College event, which focused on Bowdoin's involvement in the post-war years, included lectures by Bowdoin faculty and alumni. Artists reacted to the Civil War in myriad ways. In the North some like Winslow Homer ventured to the front lines, creating paintings and sketches that recorded life in the Union army. Photographers followed as well, and their cameras brought to national attention scenes previously unimagined. In these visual presentations, Frank Goodyear, co-director of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, focuses on the photographs of Abraham Lincoln taken before and throughout the war, while Associate Professor of Art History Emerita Linda Docherty uses Bowdoin's extensive collection of Homer prints to show the impact of one of America's most beloved artists.

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              • Bowdoin A Capella: May 15, 2011

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                Pickard Theater Brunswick, Maine Meddies BOKA Ursus Verses Miscellania Bella Mafia The Longfellows

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                • Lessons and Carols for Advent presented by St. Mark's Episcopal, Christ Church Frederica, and St. Athanasius Epsicopal

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                  Lessons and Carols for Advent presented by the combined choirs of St. Mark's Episcopal, Christ Church Frederica, and St. Athanasius Episcopal Churches in Brunswick and St. Simon's Island, Georgia. The performance was at St. Mark's Episcopal on December 2, 2011.

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                  • "The Afterlife of the American Civil War" Keynote Address (Boston Univ. Prof. of History Nina Silber)

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                    In August 2013, Bowdoin College hosted "The Afterlife of the American Civil War, a four-day series of lectures, demonstrations, exhibitions, and music presented in commemoration of the Civil War's sesquicentennial celebration. Bowdoin has many important connections to the Civil War through eminent alumni, faculty, and other historical figures associated with the College—including Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain (class of 1852), Oliver Otis Howard (class of 1850), William Pitt Fessenden (class of 1823), and Harriet Beecher Stowe, who began writing "Uncle Tom’s Cabin" while her husband was a Bowdoin professor. The Alumni College event, which focused on Bowdoin's involvement in the post-war years, included lectures by Bowdoin faculty and alumni. The keynote address was delivered by Nina Silber, professor of history at Boston University. Her books include "The Romance of Reunion: Northerners and the South, 1865-1900" (1993); "Divided Houses: Gender and the Civil War" (1992); "Daughters of the Union: Northern Women Fight the Civil War" (2005); and "Gender and the Sectional Conflict" (2009). She has also worked as a consultant for the Gettysburg National Battlefield, the United States Constitution Museum, and the “American Experience” television series.

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                    • Bowdoin College Spring Dance Concert: April 14-16, 2011

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                      Part of 40 Years of Dance at Bowdoin College Pickard Theater Brunswick, Maine

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