Boys in Blue Reunion at Indianapolis, Indiana, October 14, 1876
A marching band parades down the street while a crowd looks on. Officers on horseback lead the parade. Flags decorate the street and buildings. The intersection is believed to be Washington and Meridian Streets. Some of the buildings are identified in the note beneath the illustration.,This item was part of the Indiana History Train 2006 exhibit: Faces of the Civil War. The geographic locations referred to in the note are from these books in the IHS library: Handbook of Indianapolis... F534.I55
People Gather At the Farmer Boys Store
A large group of men, women, and children gather in front of The Farmer Boys Store. It is a wooden frame building with a large sign over the porch roof. Two bicycles are parked by the fence next to the store.
House With Ivy Covered Porch and Picket Fence
A view of a house with Queen Anne style posts and spindlework on the porch. Part of the porch is covered with ivy. There is a picket fence in front of the house and a small child can be seen leaning over the fence.
Two Men Watering their Horses in a Stream
Two men are standing in a stream watering their horses. It is a summer day and they have their shoes off and their pants legs are rolled up.
Humanitarian Assistance – A Dangerous Challenge
The phrase ‘May you live in interesting times’ can be interpreted equally as a blessing or a curse. When directed at a prospective humanitarian aid volunteer, eager to embark on an overseas aid mission in the new millennium, the phrase leans increasingly towards the latter. The climate of relative safety enjoyed by humanitarian volunteers has disappeared, largely due to the radical restructuring of the world political scene in the last quarter of the 20th century. This talk will explai
Middle School Portal: Math and Science Pathways (MSP2)
SARS may currently dominate the headlines, but the Whyfiles takes another look at another fast-spreading viral disease: West Nile. West Nile has spread to 44 US states and beyond, and while it can be fatal to humans, it remains primarily a bird disease. The Whyfiles offers an in-depth exploration of West Nile in North American birds, tackling the questions How far? How fast? What's next? Who's next? The report also explains how researchers conduct bird studies, such as lab and field studies, ane
This extensive collection of activities from the American Museum of Natural History offers middle school students an exciting and creative context for involving students in the scientific process while introducing them to the rich diversity and beauty of their local ecosystem. Lesson plans, Web-based interactive activities, useful Web links, profiles of AMNH scientists and staff, and other features help students inventory and analyze the plants and arthropods found in their own neighborhoods. Al
Uncertainty and Ambiguity in American Fiscal and Monetary Policies
Combining an historical approach with macroeconomic theory, Thomas Sargent will discuss ways of thinking about American fiscal and monetary policies - exploring how contradictions have developed and how they have been resolved. Thomas Sargent is professor of economics at New York University and senior fellow at Hoover Institution at Stanford University.
Liquid Chromatography Books
This site provides a list of books related to liquid chromatography and its applications. While not immediately pedagogically useful, it may be useful to those seeking texts about LC for their own research interests or to provide as references to students.
Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: can Europe be the same with different people in it?
After a half-century of mass immigration, has Europe overestimated the need for immigrant labour and underestimated the culture shaping potential of religion? Christopher Caldwell is a senior editor at the Weekly Standard, and a regular contributor to the Financial Times. His new book is entitled Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: Islam, immigration and the west.
3XSQ: Zuckerberg feeling the pain over Facebook's selloff
Aug 17 - The Wall Street Journal reports Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has started addressing the company's stock price with employees, calling it "painful" to watch.
Auburn vs. Texas Tech (1953)
"Gator Bowl--Auburn Overpowered--Auburn 13-Texas Tech 35" (Description from the 1954 Glomerata)
Quadrangle, Spring Hill College, Mobile, Alabama
This image is a colorized photograph of the Quadrangle at Spring Hill College in Mobile, Ala. Postcard text: (back) Spring Hill College was founded in 1826. This college is under the supervision of the Jesuits of the Catholic Church. It is located at Spring Hill, 300 feet above the sea level. Its reputation as a center of education and culture reaches into every quarter of the globe.
Prince Madoc Memorial Marker, Fort Morgan, Mobile, Alabama
This image is a colorized picture of the Prince Madoc Memorial Marker, at Fort Morgan, near Mobile, Alabama. Prince Madoc was a Welsh explorer who landed on the shores of Mobile Bay in 1170 and taught the Indians there the Welsh language. Postcard text: (back) Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. art-colortone" post card; (handwritten) ETV Field Trip, Fort Gaines in school series, 1958.
Benjamin Meek Miller, Governor of Alabama, 1931-1934
This image is a black and white photographic portrait of Alabama Governor Benjamin Meek Miller. Postcard text: (back) Governor Benjamin Meek Miller, born March 13, 1864, at Oak Hill, Wilcox Co., Ala. Graduated from Erskine College, S.C., 1884, and in law from the University of Alabama, 1888. Member Alabama Legislature, 1888-1889. Elected Circuit Court Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit, 1904, again [in] 1910, and again in 1916. Elected Associate Justice, Alabama Supreme Court, 1920, for a term
Foundry Lane junction with Harehills Lane
26th September 1935 Number 371 Leslie Thompson, baker. Number 373 Harry Smith, grocer. Number 369 British and Argentine Meat Co. Ltd, butcher. Number 3 Thrift Stores Ltd. grocers. Goods visible in the shop windows.
Merchants National Bank, Mobile, Alabama
This image is a colorized photograph of Merchants National Bank in Mobile, Ala.
Health care workers wanted; Minority, disadvantaged students shown possible careers
Carmilla Black wants to be a pediatric nurse, and that's good news for a city looking for minority health care workers. She likes medicine and children and thinks the career would be a good fit for her personality. The Rufus King High School senior is not sure if she'll attend college in Wisconsin, Tennessee or Minnesota, but she definitely knows that she'll work somewhere in the Milwaukee area once she completes her schooling. To ensure that Black and other graduates with similar in
Perceived Versus Actual Risk for Hypertension and Diabetes in the African American Community
Hypertension and diabetes mellitus are leading health concerns in the United States. Despite a disproportionate burden of both conditions among African Americans, it is estimated that 44% of diabetes cases and one quarter of hypertension cases within this population are undiagnosed. Lack of awareness of the risk of these conditions may hinder preventive efforts and the adoption of positive lifestyle changes. Based on the findings from a pilot study to develop and standardize uniform screening fo
Front Portico of State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery, Alabama
This image is a black and white photograph of the front portico of the Alabama State Capitol building in Montgomery, Ala. Postcard text: (back) Jefferson Davis stood on this portico of the Alabama State Capitol when he was inaugurated President of the Confederate States of America on February 18, 1861.