Dinosaurs: Armed and Dangerous - Lyle Carbut - March 7, 2012
Lyle Carbut discusses the peculiar evolutionary developments in Stegosaurs and Ankylosaurs. This faculty lecture focuses on where these fossils are found, the lifestyles of these dinosaurs, differentiation between similar species, and the myths surrounding them.
Bar Hop Thru Boston History- D Tours #97 2/21/18
Bar Hop Thru Boston History- D Tours #97 2/21/18
Join me as I check out some of the most historical sites in the city of Boston... We head to Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, The North End, The Old North Church, Paul Revere's House, The Boston Garden, The New England Aquarium, The Old State House The grave sites of Paul Revere and Sam Adams, Boston Common, Cheers, and the skyscrapers of Boylston St.. Man, what a day.. Enjoy!
10 Archaeological Mysteries of the United States
10 Archaeological Mysteries of the United States.
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These ancient American relics remain unexplained.
A centuries-old stone wall, stretching for miles; enormous pictures scratched into the ground of a desert; rocks arranged in a circle. You know what these landmarks are, right?
Guess again. Instead of the Great Wall of China or Stonehenge, these are all ancient American ruins and landmarks. The United States is a relative newcomer to the world stage, but there have been people long living on this continent, and they’ve left traces of their presence just as mysterious as those found in other countries.
1. Mystery Hill: America’s Stonehenge.
SALEM, NEW HAMPSHIRE.
About 40 miles north of the city of Boston, and about 25 miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean...
2. Casa Grande Ruins.
This is an artist's depiction of the Casa Grande (Great House), and its surrounding compound as it may have appeared around 1350 C.E....
3. The Blythe Intaglios.
The Blythe Intaglios, often called America’s Nazca Lines, are a series of gigantic geoglyphs found fifteen miles north of Blythe California in the Colorado Desert....
4. Judaculla Rock.
SYLVA, NORTH CAROLINA.
Buried in the mountains of Jackson County, just outside of Sylva, there exists a very, very strange rock....
5. Bighorn Medicine Wheel.
Located high in the Bighorn Mountains of Northern Wyoming, the centuries old Medicine Wheel....
6. Dighton Rock.
In the fall of 1680, John Danforth – with his freshly minted degree from Harvard College – visited the South Shore of Massachusetts in Taunton and took a side trip to see one of the curiosities of the age....
7. The Great Serpent Mound.
The Great Serpent Mound is a 1,300 foots long, and 3 foots high prehistoric effigy mound located on a plateau of a crater along Ohio Brush Creek in Adams County, Ohio....
8. Berkeley Mystery Walls.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
The ancient Berkeley walls remain an ancient unsolved enigma. Often referred to as the “Great Wall of California”...
9. Miami Circle.
The worst place in Florida to discover an ancient mystery is on prime real estate in downtown Miami....
10. Hemet Maze Stone.
Near the town of Hemet in the Reinhardt canyon, of southern California there is a curious petroglyph known as the Hemet maze stone...
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Museum of Science - Boston, Massachusetts, United States
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Spend a couple of hours or the whole day at this hands-on museum that has something exciting for everyone. Touch a lizard, watch chickens hatching, see lightning being created and enjoy hundreds of other exhibits, where you can't help but learn something new about science and technology. Hold onto the edge of your seat at the IMAX movie theater, which costs extra.
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- ... A lengthy traipse across town took us to the Museum of Science ...
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Kennedy & Violich Architecture
A Lecture by Sheila Kennedy and J. Frano Violich, KVA MATx, Cambridge, MA
Response by Christoph Kumpusch
October 1, 2018
In 1990, Sheila Kennedy and J. Frano Violich co-founded Kennedy & Violich Architecture (KVA MATx) an internationally recognized design practice that explores architecture, digital technology and emerging public needs. MATx, the materials research unit at KVA works collaboratively with business leaders, manufacturers, cultural institutions and public agencies to apply creative production across the fields of design, electronics, architecture and material science. MATx has developed designs and technology applications for Dupont, Siemens, Osram, Herman Miller, Saint-Gobain, The North Face, the City of Porto in Portugal, the Federal Republic of Germany and the United States Department of Energy. The MATx Portable Light Project, a non-profit global initiative that enables people in the developing world to create and own portable energy harvesting solar textile kits has been recognized with a 2012 Energy Globe Award, 2009 US Congressional Award, a 2009 Energy Globe Award and a 2008 Tech Museum Laureate Award for technology that benefits humanity.
Sheila Kennedy received her Bachelor’s Degree in history, philosophy and literature from the College of Letters at Wesleyan University. Kennedy studied architecture at the Ecole National Supérieure des Beaux Arts in Paris and received the Masters of Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University where she won the SOM National Traveling Fellowship and was graduated with Distinction, the School’s highest academic honor. As Associate Professor at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, Kennedy was Director of the M Arch II Program from 1991-1995 and is currently Professor of the Practice of Architecture at MIT.
Her work has been exhibited at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, the International Rotterdam Biennale, the Vitra Design Museum in Germany, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SF MoMA), and the Museum of Modern Art’s (MoMA) “Design & the Elastic Mind” exhibition on breakthrough designs for new technologies. Kennedy has served as an advisor to the United States Department of Energy, the National Academy of Sciences’ Government-Industry Partnerships, and the Vision 2020 National Technology Roadmap. She is the author of multiple patents for the integration of digital technologies into architecture, building materials and textiles. Kennedy’s research and work in architecture have been recognized by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Academy of Sciences.
Frano Violich received his Bachelor’s degree in Architecture at the University of California at Berkeley and received the Masters of Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University where he was graduated with Distinction, the School’s highest academic honor. Frano Violich received Harvard University’s Julia Appleton Travelling Fellowship Award and studied the fusion of traditional construction and contemporary design in Japan.
In addition to his work at KVA MATx, Violich has held private shows at MassMoca in North Adams, MA, the Max Protech Gallery in New York City, NY, the Phillip Bonafont Gallery in San Francisco, CA, and his work is in the permanent collection of the Museo de Arte Contemporanea in Merida, Mexico. He has served as Design Commissioner of the Boston Society of Architects and is Chair of the Executive Committee for the Design and Industry Group of Massachusetts (DIGMA) working with leaders in government, business, and education to advance design as an integral part of the Massachusetts innovation economy. He has taught on the faculty of the Rhode Island School of Design and has been a Freidman Visiting Professor Chair at the University of California, Berkeley, the Shur Visiting Professorship at the University of Virginia, and the Saarinen Professorship for Distinguished Practitioners of Architecture at the University of Michigan. Elevated to the American Institute of Architects National College of Fellows in 2008, Violich is a registered Architect of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the State of New York, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the State of Rhode Island.
The history of Europeans in America | DW Documentary
Thirty million Europeans emigrated to the USA in the 19th Century to realize their American dream. But the continent was settled at the expense of its original inhabitants.
The United States is always seen as the land of dreams and unlimited possibilities. Our starting point for this account of the settlement of America’s eastern seaboard by European pioneers is Florida, where the Spaniards first settled in the early 16th Century.. Their legacy today is 50 million Americans who speak Spanish as their first language -more than in Spain itself. But it was the largely Protestant British who made up the second wave of immigrants. They founded Jamestown in Virginia and settlements in Massachusetts and pushed northwards into Canada. While the southern states largely lived from the proceeds of slavery, the northern states developed into booming industrial centers that would ultimately defeat them in the civil war. It was here that the American dream of dishwasher to millionaire originated.
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Apples: A New England History
Rowan Jacobsen, Author; Knight Science Journalism Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
No other fruit embodies the horticultural and cultural range of the apple. Originally from the mountains of Kazakhstan, apples have seduced bees, intoxicated monks, nourished colonists, and inspired artists, from Paul Cézanne to Rudolf Blaschka, who created Harvard’s collection of botanically precise glass apples (now on view in the Glass Flowers gallery). James Beard Award-winning author, Rowan Jacobsen, will discuss his book, Apples of Uncommon Character, and will explore the surprising ways in which the apple has shaped New England history. Recorded May 3, 2018.
History of Chicago and The Great Migration: Carol Adams & Timuel Black - Shimer College Ideas Series
▶️ The documentary and oral history of Chicago & The Great Migration, a discussion between Dr. Carol Adams & Historian Timuel Black; Presented by The Illinois Institute of Technology in collaboration with Shimer College.
This year Shimer College joins the City of Chicago in celebrating the centennial of the Great Migration during black history month and beyond. In anticipation for 2016, we are kicking off the remembrance and festivity with this video of two celebrated American contemporaries, Dr. Carol Adams and historian Timuel Black. In this talk, Adams and Carol draw on both oral narrative and documentary accounts of this watershed moment in American History, to paint a vibrant picture of pre & post civil rights movement Chicago—the struggles it faced and continues to face. Touching on the eclipse of slavery through the injustice insidious Jim Crow, the speakers relate how their own legacies of flight from the South were intimately born of the American racial story. As the battle against everyday racism as well as institutionalized racist culture & law persists into this century, this video talk assists in broadening public discourse past Martin Luther King and Malcom X toward a richer historical context in which these figures had and continue to have meaning for national dialogue.
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-- - --About the Great Migration-- - --
The Great Migration was the movement of 6 million African Americans out of the rural Southern United States to the urban Northeast, Midwest, and West that occurred between 1910 and 1970. Some historians differentiate between the first Great Migration (1910–1930), numbering about 1.6 million migrants who left mostly rural areas to migrate to northern industrial cities; and, after a lull during the Great Depression, a Second Great Migration (1940–1970), in which 5 million or more people moved from the South, including many to California and other western states. Between 1910 and 1970, blacks moved from 14 states of the South, especially Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas, to the other three cultural (and census-designated) regions of the United States. According to US census figures, Georgia was the only Deep South state which suffered net declines in its African American population for three consecutive decades from 1920–1950. More townspeople with urban skills moved during the second migration...
A reverse migration has gathered strength since 1965...As early as 1975 to 1980, seven southern states were net black migration gainers. African-American populations have continued to drop throughout much of the Northeast, particularly with black emigration out of the state of New York, as well as out of Northern New Jersey as they rise in the Southern United States.
Wikipedia contributors, Great Migration (African American), (accessed November 2, 2015).
U.S. History | Jamestown
Learn all about Jamestown in just a few minutes! Professor Christopher E. Manning of Loyola University of Chicago details the establishment of Jamestown as a business venture by the Virginia Company in 1607, early hardships, interactions with Native Americans, the shift to cash-crop agriculture with the adoption of tobacco cultivation, the introduction and institutionalization of chattel slavery, the Virginia Assembly, and the contributions of women to stability of the colony..
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Founding Mothers: Remembering the Ladies
Remember the ladies, and be more generous and favorable to them than your ancestors.—Abigail Adams to John Adams: March 31, 1776
Cokie Roberts hosts this fascinating discussion of the struggles to establish a nation as seen through the eyes of our nation's first First Ladies: Martha Washington, Abigail Adams, and Dolley Madison. Share their behind-the-scenes insights into the challenges faced by their husbands, as well as learn about the often overlooked contributions of these essential founding mothers.
As Martha Washington, living biographer Mary Wiseman brings 30 years of interpretive experience to highlight the life of George Washington's worthy partner. In 1997, historical interpreter Kim Hanley was inspired to research and develop her portrayal of Abigail Adams. Since 1999, professional actor and teacher Cynthia Janzen has portrayed Dolley Madison at schools, museums, and historical societies.
Cokie Roberts is a political commentator for ABC News. In addition to her appearances on the airwaves, Cokie Roberts has written several best sellers including Founding Mothers: The Women Who Raised Our Nation and Ladies of Liberty: The Women Who Shaped Our Nation.
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The Industrial Economy: Crash Course US History #23
In which John Green teaches you about the Industrial Economy that arose in the United States after the Civil War. You know how when you're studying history, and you're reading along and everything seems safely in the past, and then BOOM you think, Man, this suddenly seems very modern. For me, that moment in US History is the post-Reconstruction expansion of industrialism in America. After the Civil War, many of the changes in technology and ideas gave rise to this new industrialism. You'll learn about the rise of Captains of Industry (or Robber Barons) like Cornelius Vanderbilt, Andrew Carnegie, John D Rockefeller, and JP Morgan. You'll learn about trusts, combinations, and how the government responded to these new business practices. All this, plus John will cover how workers reacted to the changes in society and the early days of the labor movement. You'll learn about the Knights of Labor and Terence Powderly, and Samuel Gompers and the AFL. As a special bonus, someone gets beaten with a cane. AGAIN. What is it with American History and people getting beaten with canes?
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Boston Trip w/ Brother (Samuel Adams Brewery, Fenway Park, Freedom Trail, Museum of Science)
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0:03 - San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, CA
0:34, 5:05, - Embassy Suites Boston Logan Airport, Boston, MA
0:37 - Airport Metro Station, Boston, MA
1:18 - Samuel Adams Brewery, Boston, MA
3:38 - Fenway Park, Boston, MA
4:56 - Italian Express Pizzeria (Featured on Diners Drive-Ins & Dives), Boston, MA
5:53 - Skywalk Observatory / Prudential Tower, Boston, MA
7:54 - Granary Burying Ground (Paul Revere, John Hancock), Boston, MA
8:46 - The Old Corner Bookstore, Boston, MA
9:05 - The Old State House, Boston, MA
9:17 - Ye Olde Union Oyster House, Boston, MA
9:41 - The Old North Church, Boston, MA
10:56 - Paul Revere's House, Boston, MA
11:02 - TD Garden, Boston, MA
11:11 - USS Constitution Museum, Boston, MA
11:51 - Bunker Hill Monument, Boston, MA
12:28 - The First Church in Charlestown, Boston, MA
12:34 - Santarpio's Pizza (Best Pizza in Boston according to Rachel Ray), Boston, MA
13:27 - Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA
13:36 - Hokkaido Ramen Santouka, Cambridge, MA
13:39 - Dicor Italian & Argentinian Restaurant, North Andover, MA
13:49 - Boston Museum of Science, Boston, MA
15:54 - Shake Shack, Boston, MA
16:04 - Ben & Jerry's, Boston, MA
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Risky Business: The Ghost Town of Kirwin - Main Street, Wyoming
The story of Kirwin, an abandoned mining camp deep in Wyoming's Absoroka Mountains and the risk takers involved in its history. From early explorers, outlaws and hard rock miners, to arctic adventurers and Amelia Earhart; this remote location drew a remarkable cast of characters. Today, its natural beauty and rich past continue.
Travel to the Northeast with an RV
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History of the church from the Ascension of Jesus Christ to 2017.
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1. Beirut is in Lebanon, not Syria.
2. At the time of the Roman Empire, Great Britain would have been known as Britannia rather than England. The name England was first used during the Middle Ages, referring to the tribe of Germanic Angles that settled the island after the fall of the Roman Empire.
3. Our Lady of Guadalupe is the only Marian apparition in the Americas to have been approved by the Holy See. Other Marian apparitions in the Americas have been approved by local ordinaries, including Our Lady of Good Success in Ecuador (1572), Our Lady of Good Help in Wisconsin (1859), Our Lady of Cuapa in Nicaragua (1980), in Venezuela (1984) and Our Lady of the Rosary of San Nicolas in Argentina (1980s).
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Ian Morris | Why the West Rules -- For Now
Ian Morris, Professor of History at Stanford University, lecture Why the West Rules -- For Now: The Patterns of History, and What They Reveal About the Future at the Oriental Institute on October 2.
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Art Conservation Alumni: The Williamstown Art Conservation Center
Learn what Buffalo State Art Conservation graduates, Cynthia Luk, Helene Gillette-Woodard, Rebecca Johnston, Jennifer McGlinchey, and Mary Broadway, are up to at this regional conservation center in the Berkshires.Produced by Buffalo based company, Jay Lurie Productions.
Freedom Trail Boston Guide French & Spanish Versions
Best-Selling Freedom Trail Boston - Ultimate Tour & History Guide Available in en Français y en Español.
Available in Boston - Boston Common Visitor Center, Old North Church, Old State House (Bostonian Society), and other places along the Freedom Trail.
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Il couvre l'ensemble de 16 Stops officiels du Freedom Trail ainsi que plus de 50 autres sites non officiels.
Esta cubre las 16 Estaciones oficiales de la Ruta de la Libertad, así como sobre otros 50 puntos de referencia no oficiales.
Compris: la piste noire du patrimoine, Cambridge et Harvard Square, Lexington et Concord, Minuteman National Historical Park, Adams National Historical Park, et les Harbor Islands de Boston.
Incluyen: La Ruta del Patrimonio Negro, la Harvard Square y Cambridge, Lexington y Concord, El Parque Nacional Histórico de Milicianos, El Parque Nacional Histórico de Adams, y las islas del puerto de Boston.
Sam Adams Brewery Tour | East Meets Kitchen
My tour of the Sam Adams Brewery in Boston.