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Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast
News Minute: Funeral for Murdered Firefighter

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 1:16


The funeral has been set for the Cherokee firefighter who, along with his wife, was murdered in his Acworth home  #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews           -          -          -          -          -          -          The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news.             This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group on 11-22-2021.   For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer
Tennessee's Red Clay State Historic Park—honoring the Cherokee Nation

Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 7:54


Ranger Erin Medley offers an overview of Red Clay State Park—honoring the Cherokee Nation.

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast
Canton Man Sentenced for Girlfriend's Death; Cherokee County Joins Opioid Lawsuit; Downtown Canton Named Quarterfinalist

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 13:02


A Canton man was sentenced to life in prison for the death of his girlfriend; Cherokee County has joined in a lawsuit over opioid related deaths; Downtown Canton was named a quarterfinalist for a national Main Street competition.  #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews           -          -          -          -          -          -          The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news.             This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group on 11-19-2021.   For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!
Episode 537 - Things Get a Little Random

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 77:19


Another dumb criminal story where a guy steals a Jeep right in front of it's owner. Wendy tells us what she's thankful for... Tony talks about the Gladiator already has problems. New episodes starting December 1st!

For the Sake of the Child
In Honor of Native American Heritage Month: “Intentional Connections with Family and Tribal Members”

For the Sake of the Child

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 23:54


Kansas Representative Sharice Davids, former Military Child and member Ho-Chunk Nation, shares how maintaining connections to her tribal members and military community shaped her views of the world.   Show Notes:   https://davids.house.gov/   https://smile.amazon.com/Sharices-Big-Voice-Becomes-Congresswoman/dp/0062979663/ref=sr_1_1?crid=KA5666S1HH0L&dchild=1&keywords=sharices+big+voice+a+native+kid+becomes+a+congress+woman&qid=1635966337&sprefix=sharice%2Caps%2C558&sr=8-1   This podcast was made possible thanks to the generous funding from the Ft Hood Spouses Club. https://forthoodspousesclub.org/     Bio: Sharice Davids  Representative Davids was raised by a single mother, who served in the Army for 20 years. After graduating from Leavenworth High School, she worked her way through Johnson County Community College and the University of Missouri-Kansas City before earning a law degree from Cornell Law School. As a first generation college student who worked the entire time she was in college, Rep. Davids understands the importance of quality public schools and affordable higher education. It is that foundation that allowed her to go on to a successful career, focused on economic and community development, which included time as a White House Fellow under President Barack Obama.   When she was sworn into the 116th Congress, Rep. Davids became one of the first two Native American women to serve in Congress. Rep. Davids has centered her work in office on putting Kansans first, fighting to limit the influence of special interests and make health care more affordable and accessible to everyone. She is a resident of Roeland Park.   Guest Host: Anna Startzell Anna Startzell is an Army spouse and mom to four military-connected children. She is the Grant Writer for the Fund Development team at the Military Child Education Coalition. Prior to joining MCEC, she worked with veterans and military spouses to help them seek civilian employment. She has also held several roles in higher education and nonprofits, including the West Point Association of Graduates, Old Dominion University, and the German Marshall Fund of the United States. Between her undergraduate and graduate studies, she served as an AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps team member and leader. Born and raised in Oklahoma, she is a proud citizen of the Cherokee and Chickasaw nations. Anna holds a BA from Vassar College in History and an MPA from the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.  

Jews Talk Racial Justice with April and Tracie
Ep 63: Proximity is NOT Antiracism

Jews Talk Racial Justice with April and Tracie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 30:36


April and Tracie dig into and challenge the oft-repeated notion that proximity across a line of difference immunizes against bigotry or racism. In other words, the assertion “I can't be racist, my (fill-in-the-blank) is Black." We discuss how the good/bad binary plays into this misconception about proximity and clarify the fact that power and privilege remain intact even in proximate relationships. Ultimately, we offer listeners thoughts on how to counter these normal impulses and ultimately move toward greater liberatory consciousness.Check out our discussion/reflection questions for this episode:  https://joyousjustice.com/blog/jews-talk-racial-justice-ep-63 Find April and Tracie's full bios and submit topic suggestions for the show at www.JewsTalkRacialJustice.comLearn more about Joyous Justice where April is the founding and fabulous (!) director, and Tracie is a senior partner.: https://joyousjustice.com/Read more of Tracie's thoughts at her blog: https://www.bmoreincremental.com/Support the work our Jewish Black & Cherokee woman-led vision for collective liberation here: https://joyousjustice.com/support-our-workWatch Bryan Stevenson's talk about the power of proximity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RyAwZIHo4YFind our definition of “Jews of the Global Majority” here: https://joyousjustice.com/global-majority-jewsGet on our waitlist for Racial Justice Launch Pad: https://joyous-justice.mykajabi.com/rjlp-waitlistLearn more about the Intercultural Development Inventory: https://idiinventory.com/

What Even Is...?
What Even was the Trail of Tears? with Cultural Collections and Exhibits Manager of Cherokee Nation Businesses Krystan Moser

What Even Is...?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 57:53


On this episode of "What Even Is...?", host Donna Truong speaks with Cultural Collections and Exhibits Manager of the Cherokee Nation Cultural Tourism of Cherokee Nation Businesses Krystan Moser to answer "What Even was the Trail of Tears?"They speak about different Trail of Tears facts, such as:The Trail of Tears timelineThe Trail of Tears storyWhat started the removal of CherokeesThe shady president who started it all - Andrew JacksonHow the Cherokees traveled on the Trail of Tears routeand moreDon't forget to rate, review, and follow this podcast! And, DM us on Instagram or email us at thewhatevenispodcast@gmail.com so you can let us know a topic that makes you wonder "What even is that?"Thank you to Joseph McDade for letting us use his song Elevation as our theme song!

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!
Episode 536 - Round Table, Where's the Beef?

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 70:15


The Round Table Zoom People talk about, Do you prefer to camp or hotel on wheeling trips? What mods are you willing to tackle, and what do you send out. Undercarriage weather protection Por-15, Rhino/Bed liner, Fluid Film?

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast
Cherokee's Latest Covid Numbers; Reinhardt Football Clinches Conference Title; First Baptist Prepares for Christmas Concert

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 11:03


The DPH has released Cherokee's latest Covid numbers; Reinhardt football clinched the conference championship with a big win over Kentucky Christian; First Baptist Church of Woodstock announced their Christmas concert with award winning recording artist Bill Gaither.  #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews           -          -          -          -          -          -          The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news.             This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group on 11-15-2021.   For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Indianz.Com
Richard Sneed / Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians

Indianz.Com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 4:55


Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Legislative Hearing to receive testimony on S. 1364, H.R. 1975, H.R. 2088 & H.R. 4881 Wednesday, November 17 2021 - 02:30 PM Location: Dirksen Room Number: 628 BILLS S. 1364, Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina Recognition Act H.R. 1975, Pala Band of Mission Indians Land Transfer Act of 2021 H.R. 2088, Eastern Band of Cherokee Historic Lands Reacquisition Act H.R. 4881, Old Pascua Community Land Acquisition Act PANEL 1 The Honorable Richard Burr Senator United States Senate The Honorable Thom Tillis Senator United States Senate The Honorable G. K. Butterfield Representative United States House of Representatives The Honorable Darrell Issa Representative United States House of Representatives PANEL 2 The Honorable Bryan Todd Newland Assistant Secretary, Indian Affairs Department of the Interior, Washington, DC https://www.indianz.com/News/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/17/bryannewland111721.pdf The Honorable Harvey Godwin, Jr., Chairman Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina Pembroke, North Carolina https://www.indianz.com/News/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/17/harveygodwin111721.pdf The Honorable Robert Smith Chairman Pala Band of Mission Indians Pala, California https://www.indianz.com/News/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/17/robertsmith111721.pdf The Honorable Richard Sneed Principal Chief Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Cherokee, North Carolina https://www.indianz.com/News/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/17/richardsneed111721.pdf The Honorable Peter Yucupicio Chairman Pascua Yaqui Tribe Tucson, Arizona https://www.indianz.com/News/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/17/peteryucupicio111721.pdf Committee Notice: https://www.indian.senate.gov/hearing/business-meeting-consider-s-648-legislative-hearing-receive-testimony-s-1364-hr-1975-hr-2088

Come To The Sunshine
Episode 193: Come To The Sunshine 13 - The Tokens

Come To The Sunshine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 122:31


In an episode first aired on January 29, 2007: DJ Andrew Sandoval presents 45's by The Cherokees; The Sinners; The Underground; Young Canadians; The Zephyrs; Artie Schroeck; The Conservatives; The Palace Guard; The Paupers; Talon Brothers; Ray Ennis & The Blue Jeans; Design; Margo Guryan; The Wishbone; The Sidekicks; Grapefruit; The Children Of Paradise; and World Of Oz.In the Sunshine spotlight, Sandoval spins sides from the Tokens (including selections from Intercourse) as well as their productions for the Next Exit, the Cookies and Brute Force.

Total Car Score
S2E72: 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee in Moab, Utah

Total Car Score

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 19:19


In this episode, we travel to Moab, Utah, which is the world capital for the legendary American brand, where we talk to Tavon Brooks, from the Jeep Product Marketing team, to learn about the 5th. generation Jeep Grand Cherokee, which new lineup Includes the Grand Cherokee 4xe, the First Electrified Grand Cherokee, and the new Trailhawk, the ultimate 4x4 Grand Cherokee. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

All CNET Video Podcasts (HD)
2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee: Take the family farther

All CNET Video Podcasts (HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021


This midsize SUV has enough room for kids and enough luxury for parents. Plus, it can go almost anywhere.

Roadshow Video Reviews (HD)
2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee: Take the family farther

Roadshow Video Reviews (HD)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021


This midsize SUV has enough room for kids and enough luxury for parents. Plus, it can go almost anywhere.

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast
News Minute: Two Cherokee Football Teams Lose, Knocked Out of Playoffs

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 1:03


Two Cherokee County football teams were knocked out of the first round of the state playoffsn  #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews           -          -          -          -          -          -          The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news.             This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group on 11-15-2021.   For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
Episode 365 "We Do What We Have to, to Reach Positive Goals."

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 98:55


The word "lead" appears in another word...that of "leadership." Sometimes our tribal leaders take steps that they know must happen to achieve positive goals. In this episode, we look at one such example by the Cherokee nation and their new Tribally affiliated medical school in Oklahoma. Plus, what are petroglyphs, and why are they in danger of being destroyed?

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!
Episode 535 - Is There Such a Thing As Too Many Jeeps?

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 80:44


Just in time for #blackfriday Tony interviews David Johnson, president of @northridge4x4 https://northridge4x4.com Josh reports on Bad News For Belvedere and the Jeep Cherokee, We begin a new multi-part series on the different Jeep fuel systems.

Encyclopedia Womannica
Indigenous Women: Wilma Mankiller

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 6:47


Wilma Mankiller (1945-2010) was the first woman elected to lead the Cherokee Nation.History classes can get a bad wrap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Sundus Hassan, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, and Ale Tejada. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Investing Involves Risk. Consider the Funds' investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses carefully before investing. The prospectus and the statement of additional information include this and other relevant information about the Funds and are available by visiting EQULetf.com. Read the prospectus carefully before investing. IndexIQ® is an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of New York Life Investment Management Holdings LLC and serves as the advisor to the IndexIQ ETFs. ALPS Distributors, Inc. (ALPS) is the principal underwriter of the ETFs. NYLIFE Distributors LLC is a distributor of the ETFs. NYLIFE Distributors LLC is located at 30 Hudson Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302. ALPS Distributors, Inc. is not affiliated with NYLIFE Distributors LLC. NYLIFE Distributors LLC is a Member FINRA/SIPC.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitter

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall
1382. Powerful and riveting Interview with a retired Marine. Commentary. (11/13/21)

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 87:07


☆☆Warning...may not be suitable for some audiences or sensitive people. ☆Discretion is advised.☆ For Educational and inspirational motivation. Two powerful and riveting episodes rebroadcasted from Anchor.fm/The Do Better Podcast. Producer Tiger 180. In Segment 1, Tiger 180 interviews a retired Marine, J.V.L., (aka Jody), to discuss life after the military, the horrors of the Afghan war, fun times with the Marines, the beauty of Tokyo, Japan, dealing with PTSD & the traumatic aftermath. In Segment 2, Tiger 180 shouts out his family, friends, & his two brothers: "Rico" & their youngest brother, the Late Cherokee, aka "Chief." (R.I.P.). A blockbuster memorial tribute & celebration of Cherokee's brief but remarkable life & the influence that the original Atlanta "trap-hop" music had on the music/songs he produced. The Artists, Creators & Producers own their music/songs, opinions, and content. Commentary from my visits with them. (Shout out Rocky, their Rottweiler and his ragtag crew consisting of a cute kitten, and a nosey bunny rabbit. BONUS: includes how God answered my fervent prayers and assigned Jody to the Marines' Presidential Guard detail in the White House during President Barack O'Bama's terms.

What's Up with Docs Podcast
Episode 33 - Raven Two Feathers - “Burn Your Village to the Ground”

What's Up with Docs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 62:04


In this episode, I speak with friend and writer, director, co-producer, Raven Two Feathers. During our conversation, we chat about when we first met and my struggle with the Seattle hills, the 4th World Media Lab, their VR project, “A Drive to Top Surgery,” which screened at ImagiNative this year. their zine “Qualifications of Being,” and their new production company, Raven and Relatives. Raven is unapologetically Cherokee, Seneca, Cayuga, Comanche and because American Thanksgiving is just right around the corner, Raven selected the Halluci Nation's (formerly known as A Tribe Called Red) “Burn Your Village to the Ground.” The band themselves delivered the following message about the holiday:On this fourth Thursday of November, you might ask yourself: do Indians celebrate Thanksgiving? Well… Thanksgiving is a complicated holiday for Native people. In a way, each day is a day of thanksgiving to the Creator for the original people of Turtle Island. This doesn't mean that we don't enjoy turkey, pie, and family as much as the next person, but at the same time, the Thanksgiving myth largely shared in mainstream culture perpetuates a one-sided view of a complicated history surrounding this holiday.

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast
Local Runners Make All-Metro Team; Applications Open for Teen Cherokee Leadership; Cherokee Schools to Have Virtual Day for Vaccines

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 12:04


A pair of local runners made the Powerade All-Metro team; Applications are now open for Teen Cherokee Leadership; And the Cherokee County School System will have a virtual learning day to allow faculty and staff to get the Covid booster shot.  #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews           -          -          -          -          -          -          The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news.             This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group on 11-12-2021.   For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!
Episode 534 - Vets, Jeeps, Guns, and ...Glue?

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 71:22


Josh talks about Stellantis Will Correct It's VOC Emissions. 50 CAL gun stolen from a Wilys Jeep. Wendy goes over her favorite things about Jeeping. Tony talks about getting his oil changed, it's more exciting than it sounds.

Healing Intentions
Episode 26: Dr. Eli Camp - Homeopathy, Vitalism, Business

Healing Intentions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 70:52


In this episode I interview Dr. Eli Camp, ND, DHANP, VNMI. Dr. Eli Camp is a 2005 graduate of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (SCNM). She lectures across the country and internationally at numerous health conferences, public school districts and to the community in general regarding the topics of health and the practice of homeopathy and vitalism. She routinely teaches business at the North American naturopathic medical schools and runs private, in-depth homeopathic training.In 2008, she founded Medicine Talk, now called Health Talks 365, which educates the public about Naturopathic Medicine. She was co-founder of Medicine Talk Professional which offers business resources and services to students and NDs. The most recent evolution of this company is Medicine Talk Pro Shareable which supplies holistic marketing content to individual practitioners. In 2017, she and Dr. Judith Thompson founded Vital Health Publishing for works created by vitalistic naturopathic doctors. She and Thompson are co-authors of The Unvaccinated Child: A Treatment Guide for Parents and Caregivers.Dr. Camp is of Cherokee descent and remains active within the tribe to mentor and educate those individuals interested in pursuing an allied health profession and seeking to learn a more traditional way of medicine. She currently serves on the boards of the Naturopathic Medicine Institute and the Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians.Her passion is bringing the knowledge of what is possible to create hope for people seeking optimal health.https://www.ecampnd.com/https://www.medicinetalkpro.org/https://vitalhealthpublishing.com/Connect with me on Instagram @dradrianmehmedi and let me know what you think of the episode!https://www.instagram.com/dradrianmehmedi/Subscribe to Healing Intentions:Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healing-intentions/id1513511677Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0Br46boiZpBXbdbgLxhk0UGoogle: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xMDgxNDMwLnJzcw==

Jews Talk Racial Justice with April and Tracie
Ep 62: Support People Support Peace

Jews Talk Racial Justice with April and Tracie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 25:15


April and Tracie spend Veterans' Day reflecting on their family connections to veterans and the ways in which our country has treated veterans throughout our history. The political conversations that happen around war and policy often employ either/or thinking that leads us to forget the human beings and all those connected to them, who are forever changed by these military policies. Check out our discussion/reflection questions for this episode: https://joyousjustice.com/blog/jews-talk-racial-justice-ep-62 Find April and Tracie's full bios and submit topic suggestions for the show at www.JewsTalkRacialJustice.comLearn more about Joyous Justice where April is the founding and fabulous (!) director, and Tracie is a senior partner.: https://joyousjustice.com/Support the work our Jewish Black & Cherokee woman-led vision for collective liberation here: https://joyousjustice.com/support-our-workLearn more about Veterans Day here: https://www.va.gov/opa/vetsday/vetdayhistory.aspListen to the oral history of Black GI's here:  http://www.aacvr-germany.org/oral-histories/: Learn more about the racist treatment of Black Vietnam veterans here: https://time.com/5852476/da-5-bloods-black-vietnam-veterans/Read how to support veterans here: https://nvf.org/support-veterans-make-difference/Learn more about how to support those with PTSD: https://www.ptsd.va.gov/publications/print/understandingptsd_family_booklet.pdf

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!
Episode 533 - Newbie Doesn't Want to be a Hindrance

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 65:22


Round Table discussion with Zoom people. We talked about why people hate snorkels on other Jeeps. How can a newbie go offroad but not be a hinderance. What's in your trail kit and more! Three episodes a week, Mon, Wed, and Fri!

Cherokee Edwards Inspires
Special Edition- S8 E160 Childhood Fun With A Blast From The Past Tawn Thomas..Part 2. THE CHOP UP!

Cherokee Edwards Inspires

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 31:19


Cherokee continues with the FUN OF CONVERSATION with childhood friend Tawn Thomas --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cherokeeedwardsinspires/message

Cherokee Edwards Inspires
Special Edition—S8 E159 Childhood Fun With A Blast From The Past Tawn Thomas..Pt 1

Cherokee Edwards Inspires

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 31:17


Cherokee and childhood friend Tawn Thomas talk about BRINGING THE REAL FUN BACK! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cherokeeedwardsinspires/message

NatureNotes with Rudy Mancke

Erythrina herbacea, commonly known as the coral bean, Cherokee bean, Mamou plant in South Louisiana, red cardinal or cardinal spear, is a flowering shrub or small tree found throughout the southeastern United States and northeastern Mexico; it has also been reported from parts of Central America and, as an introduced species, from Pakistan. Various other systematic names have been used for this plant in the past, including Erythrina arborea, Erythrina hederifolia, Erythrina humilis, Erythrina rubicunda, Corallodendron herbaceum and Xyphanthus hederifolius.

New Books in the American West
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in the American West

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west

New Books in Native American Studies
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in Native American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/native-american-studies

New Books Network
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in African American Studies
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

New Books in American Studies
Alaina E. Roberts, "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:00


Perhaps no other symbol has more resonance in African American history than that of 40 acres and a mule--the lost promise of Black reparations for slavery after the Civil War. In I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), we meet the Black people who actually received this mythic 40 acres, the American settlers who coveted this land, and the Native Americans whose holdings it originated from. In nineteenth-century Indian Territory (modern-day Oklahoma), a story unfolds that ties African American and Native American history tightly together, revealing a western theatre of Civil War and Reconstruction, in which Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole Indians, their Black slaves, and African Americans and whites from the eastern United States fought military and rhetorical battles to lay claim to land that had been taken from others. Through chapters that chart cycles of dispossession, land seizure, and settlement in Indian Territory, Alaina E. Roberts draws on archival research and family history to upend the traditional story of Reconstruction. She connects debates about Black freedom and Native American citizenship to westward expansion onto Native land. As Black, white, and Native people constructed ideas of race, belonging, and national identity, this part of the West became, for a short time, the last place where Black people could escape Jim Crow, finding land and exercising political rights, until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast
Teen Arrested in House Party Shooting; Canton Makes Liquor Law Changes; Voters Pass Ed-SPLOST

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 11:58


A teen was arrested for his role in a shooting at a Cherokee house party; Canton follows voters' wishes and amends law about selling packaged liquor in town; Voters supported the proposed Ed-SPLOST.  #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews           -          -          -          -          -          -          The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news.             This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group on 11-8-2021.   For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TFL Talkin' Cars
Ep. 88: We Drive The Brand New Jeep Grand Cherokee In Moab And Volkswagen's Hottest Cars!

TFL Talkin' Cars

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 43:50


Welcome back to TFLtalk! In this podcast, Tommy talks about driving the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk in Moab, plus both he and Roman discuss trying out the new Mk8 Volkswagen Golf GTI, Golf R and Jetta GLI in North Carolina.

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!
Episode 532 - We Blame The Parents For This One

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 48:56


Paint tray storage for your TJ? Find out more in This Week in Tech. We ask our Campfire chat people, and ask them, who shouldn't own a Jeep. Jeep Wrangler Now The Least Depreciating Vehicle. Three episodes a week! Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Southern Mysteries Podcast
Episode 100 What Lies Beneath the Surface of Lake Lanier

Southern Mysteries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 39:48


Lake Lanier is one of the deadliest lakes in America. Some swear it's haunted by the spirits of those whose lives tragically ended in the lake. Others believe it was cursed from the start because of the dark history associated with the land and people who lived in the area before the lake was created   Want more Southern Mysteries?  Patrons get monthly bonus content called Southern Mysteries Shorts! Join today at patreon.com/southernmysteries Connect Website: southernmysteries.com Facebook: Southern Mysteries Podcast Twitter: @southernpod_ Instagram: @explorethesouth Email: southernmysteriespodcast@gmail.com    Episode Resources Phillips, P. (2016). Blood at the root: a racial cleansing in America (First edition.). W.W. Norton & Company. Rivers Held a Spiritual Place in the Lives of the Cherokee. Humanities by National Endowment for Humanities. Summer 2019.  Deadliest day at Lake Lanier | 1964 Christmas tragedy. 11 Alive News. December 10, 2019. Cemeteries of Lake Lanier. North Gwinnett Voice. March 9, 2020. Quick Facts Forsyth County, Georgia. US Census.  The mysteries beneath the waters. Tallahassee Tribune. September 2, 2020. Below the surface: How Lake Lanier came to be. Forsyth County News. September 8, 2020. One of Georgia's most well known lakes has a murky history. The Signal. April 6, 2021. Mooney, J., & Mooney, J. (1982). Myths of the Cherokee ; and, Sacred formulas of the Cherokees. Nashville, Tenn: Charles and Randy Elder-Booksellers. Episode Music Ambient and Drone in D by Kevin MacLeod. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. Source: http://incompetech.com No. 8 Requiem and No 6 In My Dreams by Esther Abrami Licensed under Creative Commons; Argonne by Zachariah Hickman Licensed under Creative Commons; Spirit of Fire by Jesse Gallager Licensed under Creative Commons Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Pantherburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use.

Poem-a-Day
Ruth Muskrat Bronson: "Sonnets from the Cherokee (I)"

Poem-a-Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 2:18


Recorded by Academy of American Poets staff for Poem-a-Day, a series produced by the Academy of American Poets. Published on November 7, 2021. www.poets.org

Day Fire Podcast
Will Skelton - Conservationist, Adventurer, World Traveler

Day Fire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 57:54


This week Clint and Dawson sat down with Will Skelton. Will is an author, a conservationist, a champion for our public lands and has a lifetime of adventure and travel. Will has always loved travel of any kind and has traveled extensively throughout the world, including visiting all 50 states, including several times for most of them, and all the Canadian provinces, and has visited over 70 counties in all continents except Antarctica. His favorite countries world-wide are New Zealand, Canada, and Peru and his favorite US states are Utah, New Mexico, and California. Will has been significantly involved in Cherokee National Forest trails and wilderness preservation issues since the early 1970's. He was a leader of the effort that led the United States Congress to protect significant portions of the Cherokee in the 1980's. Will subsequently edited a hiking guidebook to the Cherokee's trails, with the help of well over two dozen hikers and writers. It was published by the University of Tennessee Press in 1992 as Wilderness Trails of the Cherokee National Forest; a new and expanded edition entitled Cherokee National Forest Hiking Guide was published in 2005. Currently a third edition is in the works with the trails being hiked in 2021. Will has also been actively involved with the Cherokee National Forest in various trails and land use issues that have come up over the years. Thanks for listening!

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast
Outlet Shoppes Holiday Block Party; Unexcused Absences for Students at Braves Parade; Cherokee County Honoring Vets

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 10:31


The Outlet Shoppes is throwing A holiday block party tomorrow; Cherokee Schools bucked the trend and didn't dismiss class for the Braves parade; Cherokee County has a bunch of events honoring vets next week #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews           -          -          -          -          -          -          The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news.             This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group on 11-5-2021.   For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!
Episode 531 - Lizard Skin and Circuit Boards On YOUR Jeep

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 58:34


More dumb criminals in the news! Wendy spins her wheels in Newbie Nuggets. Tony talks about the @ruggedridge AmFib snorkel! New episodes 3 times a week! M, W and Friday!

UEN Homeroom
Native American Culture and Education with This Land's Rebecca Nagle

UEN Homeroom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 37:48


On this episode of UEN Homeroom, Matt and Dani get the pleasure of speaking with "This Land" podcast host and activist, Rebecca Nagle about Native American culture and education. Their conversation covers storytelling, uplifting marginalized voices and how educators can learn more about Native American culture.Rebecca Nagle on TwitterThis Land PodcastAmerican Indians in Children's Literature BlogChildren's books that Rebecca recommends:Sharice's Big Voice: A Native Kid Becomes a Congresswoman by Sharice DavidsWe Are Water Protectors by Carole Lindstrom 

Daily | Conversations
Brent Marks, Daulton Wilson, Billy Decker win at Cherokee; Jade Avedisian set for USAC midget debut | Daily 11-3-2021

Daily | Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 8:29


On the show today we've got some numbers to illustrate Brad Sweet's World of Outlaws dominance, plus we talk racing last night at Cherokee Speedway, what's on tap for today, plus news from Jade Avedisian and new dirt racing podcast episodes.

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!
Episode 530 - Round Table Gladiator Not A Real Jeep?

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 65:46


Do you think a Gladiator isn't a REAL Jeep? It seems some Wrangler owners in AZ have this opinion. We talk to Bob from the floor of SEMA and based off a BRONCO with a solid front axle ask the question, would you want one now?

The Daily Gardener
November 3, 2021 Mercy Park Sculptures, William Young, William Cullen Bryant, Sarah Addison Allen, Genealogy for Gardeners by Simon Maughan and Ross Bayton, and Kansas Gardens

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 39:36


Today in botanical history, we celebrate a German-American botanist who reached out to Queen Charlotte, an American poet who found inspiration in nature and the father of ecology. We'll hear an excerpt from The Sugar Queen - a great fiction book. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book that's part of a wonderfully informative series from the RHS. And then we'll wrap things up with a little story about the glory of Kansas gardens in November.   Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy.   The Daily Gardener Friday Newsletter Sign up for the FREE Friday Newsletter featuring: A personal update from me Garden-related items for your calendar The Grow That Garden Library™ featured books for the week Gardener gift ideas Garden-inspired recipes Exclusive updates regarding the show Plus, each week, one lucky subscriber wins a book from the Grow That Garden Library™ bookshelf.   Gardener Greetings Send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes, and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org   Facebook Group If you'd like to check out my curated news articles and original blog posts for yourself, you're in luck. I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. So, there's no need to take notes or search for links. The next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community, where you'd search for a friend... and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group.   Curated News The Almanac A Seasonal Guide to 2021by Lia Leendertz  Mercy Park garden adds 3 new sculptures | The Joplin Globe | Emily Younker   Important Events November 3, 1766 On this day, a young botanist named  William Young returned to America after receiving the title of the Queen's botanist. William Young was born in Germany, and he immigrated to the United States when he was just a little boy at the age of two. His family settled in Philadelphia and eventually became neighbors to one of America's first botanists, John Bartram. Growing up, William spent a great deal of his childhood exploring Bartram's gardens. Bertram even encouraged him to pursue botany, and he took him along on some collecting trips. By all accounts, William was a smart and self-directed young man. When he was in his early twenties, he decided that he wanted to get the attention of the brand new Queen of England, Queen Charlotte. Charlotte was the bride of George III, and William put together a little parcel for her - a little gift of seeds - along with a letter (no doubt congratulating her on her wedding and introducing himself as an American botanist.) Charmed by William's thoughtful gift, Charlotte decided to summon William to England. She wanted him to come to England to study botany for a year and then return to America to collect plants on behalf of the royal family. And so that's exactly what William Young ended up doing. When he left America, he had no formal training in botany. He was, however, full of potential and eager to learn. This opportunity in England was an extraordinary chance for William to learn the science of botany from the worldwide center for botanical research: England. At the same time, this series of events caused a bit of jealousy and a shock in the American botanical community. John Bartram himself was an old man by the time this happened for William, and he made comments along the lines of, "Hey, I've been in America, collecting and cultivating for decades, and I've never received an offer like this." And so many of the American botanists really couldn't believe William's good fortune. His trip was essentially like winning a botanist lottery with the promise not only of training but steady work and support from a generous, well-funded patron. Despite Charlotte's hopes for William, his peers were dubious of William's ability to measure up to the task. While William was passionate about botany, he hadn't demonstrated any particular acumen or success that should have garnered the kind of opportunity that had come his way. The bottom line was, they didn't think William had it in him. Yet, William's critics were not entirely fair. After all, William had been bold enough to send that package of seeds to the new Queen. And he was smart enough to leverage his German heritage when he wrote to her. Charlotte had German heritage as well, and when she first came to England, she surrounded herself with other Germans who spoke her language and shared her history, customs, and culture. Summoning William to England was just another example of Queen Charlotte making herself feel more at home away from home. When William arrived in England, he was in his early twenties. He had a huge learning curve to conquer when it came to his new station in life. He had no idea what it was like to be in front of royalty or how to behave in Royal circles. Of course, William didn't have a ton of life experience as a young person in his twenties. So, he performed exactly as one might imagine he would: dazzled by the luxury and lifestyle, he quickly began racking up bills. With each passing month, he found himself deeper in debt until he ended up arrested and in jail for the large debts that he owed. Incredibly, it was the Queen who bailed him out - but not before sending him home to Philadelphia with the hopes that he could still perform as a plant collector in America. And so it was on this day. November 3 in 1766, that William returned to America with his new title as botanist to the King and Queen. Instead of being humbled by his financial misdeeds, William returned proud and haughty. He strutted about under the auspices of his Royal appointment, but his behavior didn't endear him to his American peers. They heard the rumors about how William had acted when he was in England and they were turned off by his peacocking and attire. In a letter to the botanist Peter Collinson, John Bartram wrote, “I am surprised that Young is come back so soon. He cuts the greatest figure in town and struts along the streets whistling, with his sword and gold lace.” And then Bartram confided that William had visited his garden three times, feigning respect and bragging about his yearly pay from the Royal family, which amounted to 300 pounds sterling. Now William was no fool, and it's clear that he craved acceptance from his peers. At the same time, he was probably aware of how some of his peers truly felt about him. But he did not dwell on this conundrum and focused on his work. He still had collecting to do for the King and Queen, and he needed to mend fences on that front if he ever hoped to make it as a botanist. And so, he set off for the Carolinas, where he spent an entire year collecting plants. Then, he carefully and quite expertly packaged up all of the plants that he had found and traveled back to London - personally bringing all of these plants to the King and Queen and hoping to get back in their good graces. Although William arrived in England only to be refused to be seen by the King and Queen, he still managed to make his trip a resounding success. By shepherding rare, live plants in wonderful condition from the Carolinas to England, he impressed English collectors. And there was one plant in particular that really helped to repair and save William's reputation, and that was the Venus Fly Trap. William brought many live specimens of the Venus flytrap to England, and as one might imagine, the plant caused a sensation. Without the flytrap, there was probably little that William could say to restore his reputation. So in this sense, his plants, especially the Venus flytrap, did the mending and the PR work for him. What William did was essentially no different than an apologetic spouse who brings their partner flowers after a fight. That's exactly what William did on this trip when he returned and presented the Venus flytrap to England. One other fact about this trip is that William proved himself to be an expert plant packer. Clearly, one of the biggest challenges for early botanists was keeping specimens alive - that was really hard to do. Dead specimens didn't garner anywhere near the attention or pay of living plants. William's skill in this area underscores just how intelligent and thoughtful William could be. A 1771 letter to Humphrey Marshall detailed William's packing technic: William Young sends his plants very safely by wrapping them in moss and packing them pretty close [together] in a box. He ties the moss in a ball around the roots with a piece of packthread...It's very surprising how well they keep in this manner.  William's method differs little from the way plants are packaged and sent by mail today. William ends up devoting his life to botany. He returned to American and collected plants in the Carolinas, returning to England when he had a full shipment. William mastered his collecting strategy over his lifetime - returning again and again to the Carolinas, scouring the wilderness for rare plants like the Venus flytrap that had brought him so much success. Along the way, William continued to struggle financially as he paid his debts. But by the end of his life, William was able to get his affairs in order, and he actually died a fairly wealthy man. Tragically, he died young at the age of 43. In December of 1784, William decided to set out once again for the Carolinas. Unbeknownst to him, he was going on what would become his final collecting trip. He never did reach the Carolinas. He only made it as far as Maryland, where he collected along a waterway known as Gunpowder Falls, where he fell into the river and died after being swept away by the current. His body was found about seven weeks later.   November 3, 1794 Birth of William Cullen Bryant, American poet.   William drew inspiration from the natural world. He once wrote a lovely verse about roses: Loveliest of lovely things are they, On earth, that soonest pass away. The rose that lives its little hour Is prized beyond the sculptured flower. William also wrote about the month of November in a little poem called A Winter Piece.  ...When shriek'd The bleak November winds, and smote the woods, And the brown fields were herbless, and the shades, That met above the merry rivulet, Were spoil'd, I sought, I loved them still,—they seem'd Like old companions in adversity.   November 3, 1841 Birth of Eugenius Warming, Danish botanist. Eugenius was one of the founders of modern plant ecology. He's credited with writing the first ecology textbook with his book, Oecology of Plants: An Introduction to the Study of Plant Communities (1895).   Unearthed Words She went to the window. A fine sheen of sugary frost covered everything in sight, and white smoke rose from chimneys in the valley below the resort town. The window opened to a rush of sharp early November air that would have the town in a flurry of activity, anticipating the tourists the colder weather always brought to the high mountains of North Carolina. She stuck her head out and took a deep breath. If she could eat the cold air, she would. She thought cold snaps were like cookies, like gingersnaps. In her mind, they were made with white chocolate chunks and had a cool, brittle vanilla frosting. They melted like snow in her mouth, turning creamy and warm. ― Sarah Addison Allen, The Sugar Queen   Grow That Garden Library Genealogy for Gardeners by Simon Maughan  and Dr Ross Bayton This book came out in 2017, and the subtitle is Plant Families Explored & Explained. Anything that has genealogy and gardening in the title is a book that I'm interested in. Before I get into this particular review, I should mention that this book is part of one of my favorite garden series by the RHS. So in this series is the book Latin for gardeners as well as botany for gardeners. And now this book Genealogy for Gardeners is designed to help you explore and understand plant families - and plant family trees, which to me is even more exciting. Now you may be wondering why. Well, I think the authors do a great job of explaining that in the preface to their book. They write, While most of us think of plants, that's belonging to one big happy family. The fact is they don't. There are hundreds of different plant families, which botanists have cleverly grouped together using what they know of family histories and genealogy and now, of course, DNA to bring some sense and order to more than a quarter of a million different plant species.  But why should this matter to you as a gardener, aside from just wanting to become more knowledgeable about plant families? Well, here's the explanation from the authors: Plant families are all around us. Whatever the time of year, go for a walk and look for wild or garden plants. You'll be surprised at how many plant families are represented within a small radius of your home. Even in your own garden, there will be a fantastic genealogy of plants.  Thanks largely to the efforts of plant collectors and horticulturists who brought the plants into cultivation from the four corners of the world.  When it comes to being a good gardener making connections is what it's all about. And if you are faced with a strongly acidic soil, and know that rhododendrons will grow, then you can broaden your planting ideas to include other plants in the same family, such as Heather. Mountain Laurel, leather leaf, blueberries, and others. If you are designing with plants, you may know that all plants and a particular family, and share certain features, which enables you to mix displays effectively and extend your range.  Now that is a very compelling reason to get to know your plant families. One of the things that I love about this particular series of books is that the illustrations are incredible. The editors have pulled images of botanical art that truly are the best example of some of these plants. The beauty of these books, including the cover, just is not rivaled. In fact, the minute I spot these books, they just have a look and a feel to them - I know immediately that it's part of this series from the RHS. These books are in my office on a special little bookshelf of books that I reference all the time, and this little series from the RHS is such a gem. This particular book about plant family, garden, genealogy - Basically the genealogy of plants-  is one that I go back to again and again, and again. So this is a fantastic book. As I mentioned, the illustrations are great. It is very clearly laid out. They've really done the heavy lifting when it comes to simplifying this material, making it very understandable and accessible. And yet, they do not dumb it down. That's not what this book is about. If you want a book on this topic that is exceptionally clear And is a delight to read, then this is the book that you've been waiting for. So, whether you're a landscape designer, a horticulture student, or just an amateur gardener, Genealogy for Gardeners will help you better understand and utilize plant families in your garden. This book is 224 pages of plant families and plant family trees - and it's part of one of the top garden book series on the market today. You can get a copy of Genealogy for Gardeners by Simon Maughan and Ross Bayton and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $20.   Today's Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart November 3, 1903 On this day, The Cherokee Sentinel (Cherokee, Kansas) published this heartwarming blurb about the gardens in the Heartland of America. Here's what they wrote: It's November, and gardens and flowers are as green and beautiful as in summer. Verily, Kansas is an American Italy and the garden spot of the world.  Well, I don't know how true that was, and I question whether that was written for the benefit of enticing immigrants to come to Kansas. Nevertheless, I found it very sweet, and I thought it was a great way to end the show today.   Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."

Park Rats Podcast
Folklore of Creatures In National Parks (Halloween Special)

Park Rats Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 30:43


Little late on the Halloween special but this episode is to special not to deliver to you all! We were spending our Halloween camping so we weren't around a computer :/In this episode, in the spirit of Halloween, we went to our cabin in the middle of the woods at night to talk about folklore. We cover all sorts of monsters and spooks all while out in the elements of the New England woods. Everything from the classic wendigos and skinwalkers to the giant owl witches of the Yakama and the diamond dragon of the Cherokee. To learn more, hit that play button mannnn.There are many tales of creatures lurking in the woods. We take some time to talk about a few we found interesting while we sat in the middle of the wood ourselves. (If you can't beat them, join them).To join our growing community of park rats, check out our instagram @parkratspodcast or our website at www.parkratspodcast.com. And leave us a review or even give us a follow on wherever you are listening to this episode.Love you guys ;) and...PeACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!
Episode 529 - Don't Test Drive a Jeep Like This

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 45:28


Josh reports on a test drive that turned into a crime. We finish up on hard top repair. Tony asks, how do I start welding? Three episodes a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday!

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!
Episode 528 - Scary Moments and ...You!

Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 68:50


Tony talks about MPG on the 2021 Jeep Talk Show Gladiator. Josh brings us another stupid criminal story. We ask the Zoom People what was your scariest moment in your Jeep? Now three episodes a week! Monday, Wednesday and Friday!

Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
#243: Will Low-Minimum Table Games Return?

Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 56:05


Recent listener meet-ups;  Dice calls;  Poker-room bad-beat jackpots;  Video poker royal flushes;  Will low-minimum table games return?  Boom or Bust craps side bet;  Trip reports:  Circa;  Resorts World;  The Cosmopolitan;  Grand Victoria;  Venetian/Palazzo;  Caesars Palace;  Caesars Southern Indiana;  Harrah's Cherokee