“The Quaker Potters of North Carolina”
Hal Pugh, Independent Scholar, New Salem Pottery, Randleman, NC
Art in Clay Symposium, April 15-16 2011
Old Salem Museums & Gardens
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
City: San Jose, CA
A very early permente local passes N. 2nd St at 7:32a.m. Was going to get it at N. 6th St Crossing but missed it.
The only train I caught was the Vasona (Permenete Local) UP 1212, UPY 651 heading from the Milpitas Yard to Leigh Cement Plant
N. 2nd St &Bassett St, San Jose, CA
Horn Setting: Horn Zone
Crossing owner and mantainer:Union Pacific
Bell Setting: Ring until gates rise
Signal on my side: WCH Mechanical Bell, GRS Counterweight Arms, WCH Signal Base WCH Gate Mechanism, WRRS Brackets, WCH lights, Union Pacific/Electro Tech LEDs, Union Pacific/Electro Tech Gate Lights
Safetran 1980s Cantilever other side: WCH Mechanical Bell, GRS Counterweight Arms, WCH Incandescent Lights, WCH Signal Base,WCH Lights, WRRS Brackets, Union Pacific/Electro Tech LEDs, Union Pacific/Electro Tech Gate Lights
Located in Winston Salem, this preserved and restored historic section of the city offers a great view of the life of the first settlers of the region. After visiting the tourist center you can get a better idea of how to explore the area and get the most of your visit. here is some information about Old Salem: Visitor Center:
900 Old Salem Road
600 South Main St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
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Exploring “Old Salem” in North Carolina. This is installment No. 2 as we continue to make our way north on Main Street of this historic section of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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Go to the annual Powwow in Cherokee, North Carolina, with authentic Indian dancing, drumming and tribal regalia. Info:
One in five children goes hungry in North Carolina. Heather Burgiss takes a look at the growing demand for emergency food and how agencies and school leaders are trying to help families who cope with hunger.
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State of North Carolina Bertie County The examination of Sundry Negro Slaves touching a conspiracy supposed to exist among the slave to rebel Recorded & Documented Statements on North Carolina Enslaved Afrikans to Form a Black Natiom and Government As Follows
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The examination of Judi a negroe woman—belonging to Mr. Les Ray [space] buy duly cautioned the Jays that—him about and weeks ago Mr. Fetts Dave Murfrey came to her house one night after the white people had gone to bed and began to laugh and talk and said there is Hell fire news. What is it? We black are going to rise against them white we would do this and form a nation to come with powder of that would furnaces!
A Granville County slave named Quillo had organized a massive revolt to take place in April 1794. His failed plan included holding elections for an African American government and uniting with insurrectionists in neighboring Person County to kill all in their path. In 1798 three slaves, arrested in Bertie County for planning a revolt of 150 slaves, received 39 lashes after being found guilty of a high misdemeanor.
A posse of Beaufort County whites rounded up more than 40 African Americans believed to be plotting an insurrection, including the 2 alleged leaders. These men reportedly planned to kill white families and burn their houses on 8 July 1775 as they traveled to “black country” for weapons and a new black-led government.
First it was Wisconsin. Now it’s North Carolina that is redefining the term “battleground state.” On one side: a right-wing government enacting laws that are changing the face of the state. On the other: citizen protesters who are fighting back against what they fear is a radical takeover. This crucible of conflict reflects how the battle for control of American politics is likely to be fought for the foreseeable future: not in Washington, DC, but state by state.
This week on Moyers & Company, “State of Conflict: North Carolina” offers a documentary report from a state that votes both blue and red and sometimes purple (Romney carried it by a whisker in 2012, Obama by an eyelash in 2008). Now, however, Republicans hold the governor’s mansion and both houses of the legislature and they are steering North Carolina far to the right: slashing taxes on corporations and the wealthy, providing vouchers to private schools, cutting unemployment benefits, refusing to expand Medicaid and rolling back electoral reforms, including voting rights.
At the heart of this conservative onslaught sits a businessman who is so wealthy and powerful that he is frequently described as the state’s own “Koch brother.” Art Pope, whose family fortune was made via a chain of discount stores, has poured tens of millions of dollars into a network of foundations and think tanks that advocate a wide range of conservative causes. Pope is also a major funder of conservative political candidates in the state.
Pope’s most ardent opponent is the Reverend William Barber, head of the state chapter of the NAACP, who says the right-wing state government has produced “an avalanche of extremist policies that threaten health care, that threaten education [and] that threaten the poor.” Barber’s opposition to the legislature as well as the Pope alliance became a catalyst for the protest movement that became known around the country as “Moral Mondays.”
“State of Conflict” is more than a local story. It offers a case study of what may be the direction of American politics for years, perhaps decades, to come.
“State of Conflict” is a collaboration between Okapi Productions, LLC and Schumann Media Center, Inc., headed by Bill Moyers, which supports independent journalism and media programs to advance public understanding of the critical issues facing democracy.
Watch the fun at Sliding Rock, North Carolina, with the screams from all ages! Located in Pisgah National Forest near Brevard and Asheville. Info at www.romanticasheville.com/sliding_rock_north_carolina.htm
Segment on African American English and its role in the lives and identities of African Americans in North Carolina
Excerpt from from the documentary “Voices of North Carolina”
About VOICES OF NORTH CAROLINA
The Old North State is home to diverse language traditions from the Outer Banks to the Southern Highlands. Cherokee and Lumbee Indians, African Americans, and first language Spanish-speakers all have a home in this linguistically rich state. “Voices of NC” features series of short educational vignettes, each focusing on a different language community in North Carolina. Southerners from all walks of life lend their voices to a universal portrait of language and identity.
A Film by NEAL HUTCHESON
Executive Producer WALT WOLFRAM
A production of
THE LANGUAGE AND LIFE PROJECT
at NC State University
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Convicted sex offenders are fighting against North Carolina laws they say deprive them of constitutional rights without protecting children. On Monday, Two anonymous sex offenders and a Raleigh-based national nonprofit filed a federal lawsuit challenging the state laws. The lawsuit says the law violates the U.S. Constitution by enforcing added penalties after conviction and sentencing. The offenders say they are unconstitutionally banned from practicing their religion by being forbidden from entering churches. They further contend The law also violates constitutional due process rights, by depicting all offenders as dangers to young children.
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Professor Jim Coleman, Duke Law and a N.C. Commission of Inquiry on Torture (NCCIT) Commissioner; Dr. Christina Cowger, coordinator of N.C. Stop Torture Now; Professor Jayne Huckerby, Duke Law and an expert witness for and advisor to the NCCIT; Professor Robin Kirk, Duke’s Department of Cultural Anthropology and Commissioner and Co-Chair of the NCCIT; Catherine Read, Executive Director of the NCCIT; and, Mohamedou Ould Slahi, author, Guantánamo Diary (via Skype); discuss the work of the Commission, a non-governmental and state-level inquiry into North Carolina’s role in the CIA’s post-9/11 rendition, detention, and interrogation program.
This is part of the Human Rights in Practice series, organized by Duke Law’s International Human Rights Clinic and the Center for International and Comparative Law. The event is co-sponsored by the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute, the Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics, the Human Rights Law Society, and the International Law Society.
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Our visit to the North Charleston Fire Museum was a plan B after being rained out in downtown Charleston but we were so glad we went! With being free and $6 dollars for us, it was more than worth the experience and a great place for the kids to let some energy loose before the drive back to Florida.
OTHER NEARBY ADVENTURES:
Old Sheldon Church:
Carolina Cider Company:
Charleston City Market:
The Vietnam Experience:
Things to do in Charleston
Things to do in South Carolina
Things to do in the Low Country