1. Recreating American Civil War Music

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    from Chris Kaltwasser / Added

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    Presentation for Ethnomusicology II, Western Oregon University, May 2012.

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    • COLORED CONFEDERATES (official trailer)

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      from Ken Wyatt / Added

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      Enjoy! For more info go to: facebook.com/coloredconfederates or coloredconfederates.com

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      • Civil War

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        Various Civil War Pictures

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        • 2012-14 Speakers Bureau: Lorraine McConaghy

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          Territorial Voices: A Civil War Reader’s Theater We often forget that the Civil War involved the entire nation – and that Washington territorial residents were deeply involved in its issues. As the 150-year anniversary of the Civil War continues, historian Lorraine McConaghy has developed an interactive, living theater piece in which the audience reads the words of ordinary settlers, territorial military and administrative leadership. The reading will be preceded by a brief lecture to set context and followed by a conversation about the ideas and themes raised by our communal theater. Through the presentation, participants will realize the changing significance of words like “Democrat” and “Republican” and learn about various opinions on race and slavery in the territory. It is one thing to hear these startling realities in a lecture; it is more powerful to speak them. About Lorraine McConaghy Lorraine McConaghy is a public historian who has devoted her professional life to researching and teaching Pacific Northwest history. At Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry, she has curated a series of successful projects, including the museum’s core exhibits Metropolis 150 and Essential Seattle, as well as Blue vs. Gray: Civil War in the Pacific Northwest. McConaghy teaches in the Museum Studies program at the University of Washington, and her work has been honored by the Washington Museum Association, the Oral History Association, the National Council on Public History and the American Association for State and Local History. In 2010, she received the Robert Gray Medal, the highest honor awarded by the Washington State Historical Society. McConaghy currently lives in Seattle.

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          • 2010 VBBA All Star Game

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            In 2010 The Welkin Base Ball Club and Port Huron hosted the 2010 Vintage Base Ball Association (VBBA) annual conference. ON Saturday, an "All-Star" game was played.

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            • 2010 Greenfield Village World's Tournament of Vintage Base Ball

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              • 2/2 "The Civil War" (Paul Moreno)

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                from Jeffrey Moore / Added

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                Paul D. Moreno, Grewcock Professor of History at Hillsdale College in Michigan, is a member of the James Madison Society of the Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University.

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                • Eyes On The Ground

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                  Sri Lanka's Killing Fields begins with a warning: the film contains shocking images. And it really does. When asked to edit a video using the film's footage I felt overwhelmed: everything seemed so important yet, when decontextualised from the original narrative, so horrific and unnecessarily graphic. I then decided to take a different approach. Eyes On The Ground is a simple video documenting five people watching Sri Lanka's Killing Fields for the first time. It deals with human emotions and with the processes of acknowledgment – a disturbing but necessary process that everyone can undertake by simply watching a film, a first small step towards the possibility of some sort of justice. Commissioned by ITN Productions for Channel 4 Format: HD 16/9 Running time: 3 mins. UK, 2012

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                  • 1/2 "The Civil War" (Paul Moreno)

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                    from Jeffrey Moore / Added

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                    Paul D. Moreno, Grewcock Professor of History at Hillsdale College in Michigan, is a member of the James Madison Society of the Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University.

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                    • Carolina Campaign

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