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Re: old photographs

Postby Don't Blink » 15 Mar 15, 1:59 pm

those were the days
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Re: old photographs

Postby Romeo » 15 Mar 15, 4:31 pm

yes they were! :thumb:
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Re: old photographs

Postby mugley » 20 Mar 15, 3:58 pm

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Re: old photographs

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Re: old photographs

Postby mugley » 20 May 15, 7:31 pm

This is a great photo it shows 3 steam engines at work - a (R-L) 32 hp Reeves cross compound, a 32 hp JI Case, and a 32 hp Reeves double simple, moving a barn near Fessenden, North Dakota - circa 1912. Great picture Gary Yaeger.
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Re: old photographs

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Re: old photographs

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Re: old photographs

Postby 420onthedot » 20 Jun 15, 2:08 pm

I can remember having to kill, pluck and clean hens when they stopped laying.
But at least I did not have to get up early every morning to collect eggs. That was my sister's job.

She swore she would never go anywhere near a henhouse when she got older. She has a small chicken coop with laying Hens. :lmao:

A little commentary/rant. The eggs in the supermarket are terrible. If you have been buying your eggs from the store, next time you see a sign for fresh eggs, stop and buy some, you will be amazed. The first thing you'll notice is the rich yellow color compared to the eggs that you get from the supermarket. The Flavor will be so much better
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Re: old photographs

Postby Angie G » 22 Jun 15, 7:26 pm

I do but not as many signs up. The few times I stopped they were out

Probably why the signs were down :laughing:
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Re: old photographs

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Re: old photographs

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Re: old photographs

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Re: old photographs

Postby Jack Flash » 02 Dec 15, 11:48 am

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Re: old photographs

Postby mugley » 02 Dec 15, 11:56 am

not sure on the first one,think its Denver Colo but the second is Tarboro circa 1940
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Re: old photographs

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:thumb: I have been to Tarboro
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Re: old photographs

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^ cool
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Re: old photographs

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Re: old photographs

Postby Don't Blink » 03 Jan 16, 6:55 pm

Have this cool poloroid camera I'd be willing to part with :mrgreen:
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Re: old photographs

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:lmao: only because you can't buy film any more
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Re: old photographs

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Re: old photographs

Postby mugley » 22 Mar 16, 1:19 am

oldest known footage of Tribal dancing



Music and history are tightly interwoven in Native American life. A tribe’s history is constantly told and retold through music, which keeps alive an oral narrative of history. These historical narratives vary widely from tribe to tribe, and are an integral part of tribal identity. However, their historical authenticity cannot be verified; aside from supposition and some archaeological evidence, the earliest documentation of Native American music came with the arrival of European explorers.Musical instruments and pictographs depicting music and dance have been dated as far back as the 7th century A.D..


Many music genres span multiple tribes. Pan-tribalism is the syncretic adoption of traditions from foreign communities. Since the rise of the United States and Canada, Native Americans have forged a common identity, and invented pan-Indian music, most famously including powwows, peyote songs, and the Ghost Dance.

The Ghost Dance spread throughout the Plains tribes in the 1890’s and many of its songs are sung today. They are characterized by relaxed vocals and a narrow range. Apache-derived peyote songs,prayers in the Native American Church, use a descending melody and monophony. Rattles and water drums are used, in a swift tempo. The Sun Dance and Grass Dance of the plains are the roots of inter-tribal powwows, which feature music with terraced descent and nasal vocals, both Plains characteristic features.

An example of an inter-tribal song is the AIM Song, which uses meaningless vocables to make it accessible to people of all tribes. However, because of its origins from the Lakota and Ojibwe people, it still retains some Northern Plains and Great Lakes characteristics.

John Trudell (Santee Dakota) launched a new genre of spoken word poetry in the 1980’s, beginning with Aka Graffiti Man (1986). The next decade saw further innovations in Native American popular music, including Robbie Robertson (of The Band) releasing a soundtrack for a documentary, Music for the Native Americans, that saw limited mainstream success, as well as Verdell Primeaux and Johnny Mike’s modernized peyote songs, which they began experimenting with on Sacred Path: Healing Songs of the Native American Church.

Waila (or chicken scratch music of the Tohono O’odham) has gained performers like the Joaquin Brothers fame across Native American communities, while hip hop crews like With Out Rezervation and Robby Bee & the Boyz From the Rez (Reservation of Education) have a distinctively Native American flourish to hip hop. In the 21st century the leading light of contemporary Native American music has been Martha Redbone whose award-winning albums Home of the Brave (2002) and Skintalk (2005) have incorporated both traditional song and culture references into a brew of soul, funk, rock and jazz that has reached audiences across Europe and Japan as well as into the urban communities of the US. Meanwhile, young Native musicians such as Red Earth (see “Zia Soul” (2003) ), DJ Abel, Derek Miller, Ethnic DeGeneration,War Water, and Casper are producing outstanding underground music (ranging from hip-hop to funk to reggae to metal) defying stereotypes of Native people (without label support).

American Indian opera is an inter-tribal music tradition, created when Gertrude Bonnin, a Yankton Dakota activist collaborated with a classical composer William Hanson to create the opera, Sun Dance in 1913. Cherokee Nation mezzo soprano opera singer, Barbara McAlister has performed in many opera troupes and has sung at New York’s Metropolitan Opera House. Brulé Lakota band Brulé and the American Indian Rock Opera create full-scale contemporary musical performances, including “Concert for Reconciliation of the Cultures.”
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