1. Sudley Church Walking Tour


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    • History Moments: Cabarrus County Historical Markers Part 1


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      Historical Moments w/ Judge Clarence Horton Produced by: Cabarrus County's Own Channel 22 Hosted/Narrated by: Judge Clarence Horton Full credits are listed at the tail of the video.

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      • Heading Back Home (Narrated by Lee Majors) - Nov. 30, 2012 at the Franklin Theatre


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        Heading Back Home: Franklin's Unknown Soldier and the Civil War's Five Bloodiest Hours returns to the big screen with three showings on Nov. 30 to commemorate the 147th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin. The film - narrated by Hollywood icon Lee Majors - premiered to a sold-out Franklin Theatre on Oct. 14. The additional screenings provide an opportunity to see the film the way it was meant to be seen: on the big screen! For tickets, please visit www.FranklinTheatre.com

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        • Battle of Franklin Re-enactment 2014


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          November 15-16, 2014 – The 150th Anniversary Battle of Franklin Re-enactment Re-enactors from all over the country came together to bring the Battle of Franklin to life. Camps allowed visitors to walk-through and experience civilian and soldier life in the 1860s. http://www.carnton.org/reenactment.htm http://www.civilwar.org/battlefields/franklin.html Camera: Canon T4i (hand held... up over my head above the crowd for several shots) Music: "Blood and Glory" - Audiomachine

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          • Authors at the Aldrich 2010 Howard Frank Mosher


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            Howard Frank Mosher, novelist, discusses his book, "Walking to Gatlinburg" plus his other books. June 2, 2010.

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            • Crush that Can - Episode 70 - Cannonball


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              ecycler explores the many ways to "crush" an aluminum can. In this episode, we lob a 4-inch Civil War era cannonball at our trooper of a can. The 9-pound solid shot does the trick!

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              • Jeff Davis Visit


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                Built 1812-14 by Barrum Bobo, a prosperous merchant of an influential Union County family, the Cross Keys House is a fine example of a Georgian Colonial in common bond brickwork. Located on a knoll, the tall house with two full stories plus attic and basement is an area landmark. The house features a gabled roof with identical pairs of end chimneys, a massive raised first-story portico, and beautiful carving in its wainscoting, molding, and mantel. Between each pair of end chimneys a date stone is placed beneath the gable. On one of these is carved the date of the house’s completion (1814), original owner’s initials (B.B.), and crossed keys thought to be the insignia of the builder. Located at the intersection of the Old Buncombe Road and Old Ninety-Six Road, the Cross Keys House, center of a large and prosperous plantation, provided a welcome stop for travelers. As early as 1809, a post office was established at Cross Keys under the supervision of George Gordon, the first postmaster. Two old milestones indicating the distance to Union and Columbia remain in front of the house as evidence of early highway system. Tradition supported by diaries hold that Jefferson Davis, his cabinet and military escort dined here on their flight from Richmond. Listed in the National Register June 24, 1971.

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                • The Amulet (episode 3 of 4)


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                  3rd part of my feature film, The Amulet. In glorious black and white! and low-quality video transfer!

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                  • Abraham Lincoln A Film Lesson in Citizenship


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                    A look at the life of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, serving from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865.

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                    • Trailer: The Symphony of Mogadishu


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                      After over two decades of civil war in Somalia, this documentary offers a glimpse of the daily hardships through the eyes of Abdullah, a young resident of a displaced persons camp in Mogadishu. PRESS TV Documentaries

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