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Families of Western New York

A stronghold of Scotch-Irish settlement, Augusta County commands great interest among genealogists because thousands of 18th- and 19th-century families passed through it en route to the West. J. Lewis Peyton's History of Augusta County, Virginia is the standard work on the county. It is essentially a narrative account of Augusta from its aboriginal beginnings and Spotswood's discovery of the Valley of Virginia through the Civil War. Genealogists will value the book, in part, as a companion volume to such Augusta County source record collections as Lyman Chalkley's Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia. Of greater importance to genealogists, however, are the genealogical and biographical sketches of a number pioneering Augusta County families found in the Appendix to the...

Culture, 1922

Culture, 1922 traces the intellectual and institutional deployment of the culture concept in England and America in the first half of the twentieth century. With primary attention to how models of culture are created, elaborated upon, transformed, resisted, and ignored, Marc Manganaro works across disciplinary lines to embrace literary, literary critical, and anthropological writing. Tracing two traditions of thinking about culture, as elite products and pursuits and as common and shared systems of values, Manganaro argues that these modernist formulations are not mutually exclusive and have indeed intermingled in complex and interesting ways throughout the development of literary studies and anthropology. Beginning with the important Victorian architects of culture--Matthew Arnold and...

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  1. Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week's news, including tough questioning for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, plus two damning portraits of President Trump, including a
  2. D.J. Brooks then closed out a 7-play, 64-yard scoring drive with a one-yard dive into the end zone at the 5:46 mark to give the Panthers a 16-0 lead. Benedict finally got on the scoreboard with 1:51 to go in the first. Running under pressure on third

Cooking

Eggs Benedict Recipe (eggs, kosher salt, egg yolks, eggs, eggs, lemon juice, english muffin, water, white vinegar, white wine)

Eggs Benedict for Two - With Smoked Salmon (butter, eggs, english muffin, lemon juice, salt, salmon)

Eggs Benedict with Salmon (black pepper, capers, dijon mustard, egg yolks, eggs, lemon juice, hot sauce, yogurt, rye bread, salt, salmon, sugar)

Ms. Jenny Benedict's Famous Cucumber Spread (cream cheese, cucumber, food coloring, mayonnaise, onions)

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artists — hidell brooks gallery
eric aho studied at the central school of art and design in london, england and received a bfa from the massachusetts college of art in boston. in 1989 he ...

Run Geordie Run
This year's Great North Run will see 24 Team Run Geordie Run runner's taking part and raising funds for St Benedict's Hospice. Last weekend, I wrote the following on ...

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Schenectady, New York USA • On the campus of Union College • Jackson’s Garden: Begun in the 1830s by Professor Isaac Jackson of the Mathematics Department, Jackson's Garden is eight acres of formal gardens and woodlands. Located on the side of campus where Joseph Jacques Ramee’s original plans for the College called for a garden, it has been continuously cultivated since Jackson’s day. Its initial mix of vegetables, shrubs, and flowers, some of which were grown from seeds sent by botanists and botanical enthusiasts from around the world, drew the admiration of such early visitors as John James Audubon, who toured it in 1844. For many years after Jackson’s death, responsibility for maintaining the garden was born by his daughter, Julia Benedict. Significant restorations of--or alterations to--the garden were subsequently overseen by John C. Van Voast (Class of 1887); Richard Schermerhorn Jr., a New York City landscape architect; Marian Osgood Fox; and most recently Professor...
union.college  •  thyme.clock
Schenectady, New York USA • On the campus of Union College • Jackson’s Garden: Begun in the 1830s by Professor Isaac Jackson of the Mathematics Department, Jackson's Garden is eight acres of formal gardens and woodlands. Located on the side of campus where Joseph Jacques Ramee’s original plans for the College called for a garden, it has been continuously cultivated since Jackson’s day. Its initial mix of vegetables, shrubs, and flowers, some of which were grown from seeds sent by botanists and botanical enthusiasts from around the world, drew the admiration of such early visitors as John James Audubon, who toured it in 1844. For many years after Jackson’s death, responsibility for maintaining the garden was born by his daughter, Julia Benedict. Significant restorations of--or alterations to--the garden were subsequently overseen by John C. Van Voast (Class of 1887); Richard Schermerhorn Jr., a New York City landscape architect; Marian Osgood Fox; and most recently Professor...

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