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Coal Mines Trail, CleElum, WA
 
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Follow an old coal mining railroad bed 3.5 miles from CleElum, WA to Roslyn, WA. The Trail does continue on past Roslyn to Ronald.
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Roslyn WA * Movies * TV * and Coal Miners
 
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We visit Roslyn WA to see the famous set of the TV show "Northern Exposure" and much more. Roslyn was founded in the1880's as a coal mining town. Workers from all over Europe and the British Isles came to work in the mines. In 1979 the town was the choice for a Kubrick film starring Dick Van Dyke. Then in the early 1990's the town was the setting for a TV series that was nationally popular and acclaimed. More recently the series "The Man in the High Castle" was filmed there. Today the town still remembers it's colorful past and so do the tourists who arrive there weekly. Situated in the scenic PNW forests of Central WA this town is a must see when traveling down Interstate 90. MUSIC: "Capital" by Silent Partner Courtesy YouTube Audio Library OTHER INTERESTING FACTS: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098878/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roslyn,_Washington https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Runner_Stumbles https://variety.com/2018/digital/news/amazon-documents-internal-spending-originals-man-in-high-castle-1202727642/
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Joe Andler Interview, part 1
 
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Joseph (Joe) Andler (circa 1914-2002) worked in Patrick's Mine in Ronald, Washington, beginning in 1937. He worked at various jobs in local mines, shoveling coal, performing tasks at the tipple, hauling timber, and more. When he began working at Patrick's Mine, his family already had a history with coal mining as his father had died of asphyxiation in the mines. Joe Andler married Mary Andler in 1952. The two owned the Freezer Shop and Junque Palace in Roslyn, Washington. The Joe Andler Interview takes place on the site of an old coal mine. Andler answers questions about his mining experience, using the site to illustrate. Available at: http://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/roslyn_history/119/
Views: 72 CWU Brooks Library
Wheelying @Historic Coal Hill #3 ROAR
 
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I was bored. #3 Coal Hill was made in the late 1800's, early 1900's. Back then, it was part of Roslyn, Washington, but after Ronald was established, it became a part of Ronald. My great grandpa contributed to the Roslyn area before there was a Cle Elum, and before the State of Washington was a State of the Union, before it became part of the United States of America. He was a gold and ore miner, and was the Mayor of Roslyn, and one of the first Federal politicians out of Roslyn and Kittitas. He did many other things, including being a member of the fire department, on the board of the Pacific Railroad, and was very involved in the unions.
Views: 440 TheReamerSteve
Coal Strike Settled (1946)
 
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Unissued / Unused material. White House, Washington, America (USA). M/S John L. Lewis and Julius A. Krug outside White House announcing to press that coal strike is settled. Cataloguer's note: sound quality is very bad and the words cannot be made out. Date on original record reads 21/6/1946. FILM ID:2094.2 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 131 British Pathé
Joe Andler Interview, part 2
 
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Joseph (Joe) Andler (circa 1914-2002) worked in Patrick's Mine in Ronald, Washington, beginning in 1937. He worked at various jobs in local mines, shoveling coal, performing tasks at the tipple, hauling timber, and more. When he began working at Patrick's Mine, his family already had a history with coal mining as his father had died of asphyxiation in the mines. Joe Andler married Mary Andler in 1952. The two owned the Freezer Shop and Junque Palace in Roslyn, Washington. The Joe Andler Interview takes place on the site of an old coal mine. Andler answers questions about his mining experience, using the site to illustrate. Available at: http://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/roslyn_history/119/
Views: 21 CWU Brooks Library
Mourners bury victims of Soma coal mine disaster - no comment
 
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Thousands of mourners attended a mass funeral in the Turkish town of Soma for some of the workers killed in the country's worst mining disaster. Relatives and former colleagues, as well as sympathetic citizens from across the country, packed into a cemetery in Soma for the service.... Let the pictures do the talking: subscribe to No Comment http://eurone.ws/15Dp2Hu No Comment is brought to you by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe. Euronews is available in 14 languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU Find us on: Youtube http://eurone.ws/yDXQ7c Facebook http://eurone.ws/110HFkw Twitter http://eurone.ws/ZuMzJb euronews.com http://eurone.ws/17qIsCK
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Roslyn, U.S.A.
 
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Here's a brief depiction of Roslyn, Washington - a slice of Americana on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains. Camcorder by Kirk Thompson. Guitar by Chad J. Cook. Here's a link to my latest video... Seattle - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EwNU_5VviU
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Strange Heartland History: The Lost Dutchman Mine
 
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For more than 120 years, the Lost Dutchman Mine has haunted the minds of treasure seekers. Hidden in the Superstition Mountains in Arizona, it’s perhaps the most famous mine in American history. ___ Check this out!!! http://ratedred.tv/youtube ___ For all of today's stories head over to: http://www.RatedRed.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/realratedred Twitter - http://twitter.com/realratedred Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/realratedred AC - Abby Casey; IG/Twitter - @acoutdoors JW - Jeff Winkler; IG/Twitter - @ThatWinkler PE - Paxton Elrod; IG/Twitter - @paxton_elrod RR - Richard Ryan; IG/Twitter- @RichardRyan ___
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Shockers burnout
 
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Ronald, WA
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Joe Andler Interview, part 3
 
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Joseph (Joe) Andler (circa 1914-2002) worked in Patrick's Mine in Ronald, Washington, beginning in 1937. He worked at various jobs in local mines, shoveling coal, performing tasks at the tipple, hauling timber, and more. When he began working at Patrick's Mine, his family already had a history with coal mining as his father had died of asphyxiation in the mines. Joe Andler married Mary Andler in 1952. The two owned the Freezer Shop and Junque Palace in Roslyn, Washington. The Joe Andler Interview takes place on the site of an old coal mine. Andler answers questions about his mining experience, using the site to illustrate. Available at: http://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/roslyn_history/119/
Views: 20 CWU Brooks Library
Huge Hitachi ex5500 Mining Excavator
 
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Reclaiming work at a coal mine in Washington state. This huge Hitachi ex 5500 and two other ex5500s are all the mining shovels that remain here at the mine. Three Bucyrus Erie 1370 draglines, 2 P&H 4100 xpb, O&K RH 340, 5 of these ex5500 both excavator and front shovels, Cat 994D, WA 900's one is still here, a huge fleet of mining truck's from Cat 777,785,789,793, Terex Mt 4400's Komatsu 930e and a few dresser haul pack dump trucks. One is the giant I think 600 ton lowboy that's still here. Cat 24 and 16 graders and a bunch of cat D10, D11, and Komatsu 375's for dozers. All these machines used to call this place home.
Views: 1227 Toby Hilton
Jerry trying number 4
 
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Jerry attempting number 4 coal slag pile in Roslyn, wa.
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Northern Exposure: Short walking tour of Roslyn Washington
 
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I had the pleasure of visiting the town of Roslyn Washington in the summer of 2008. This town is where they filmed exteriors for the great TV series Northern Exposure (1990-1995). I started at the KBHR Radio station studio, and walked past The Brick, Dr. Joel Fleischman's office, and ended the walk at the famous Roslyn Cafe camel mural.
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3 Bedroom Home, Ronald, WA
 
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This home located in the heart of Ronald with 3 Bedroomsand 1 full bath has been wonderfully updated throughout. Kitchen with oak cabinets includes all appliances plus washer and dryer. Cozy propane free standing stove in the living area. Main floor bedroom with adjoining full bathroom plus two additional bedrooms upstairs. Front porch and back deck. Unfinished basement, large backyard and detached garage. Near Lake Cle Elum, close to recereational areas, hiking snomobiling and golfing.
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Justin with fans in Roslyn, Washington
 
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Winter in Roslyn - The 360 Experience
 
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Experience Roslyn, Washington and the surrounding area in 360 degrees! See the Immaculate Conception Church, the Coal Miners Memorial, the famous Roslyn Café mural, the cemetery, and more!
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Riding in Ronald Wa With a Xr 100
 
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Riding in Ronald Wa With a Xr 100 cle elum w a
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John L. Lewis, President of UMWA addresses Congress of Industrial Organizations a...HD Stock Footage
 
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Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675035913_John-L-Lewis_UMWA_Congress-of-Industrial-Organizations_mine-accident Historic Stock Footage Archival and Vintage Video Clips in HD. John L. Lewis, President of UMWA addresses Congress of Industrial Organizations about the history of mine accidents and losses President of the United Mine Workers of America(UMWA) John L. Lewis, addressing the Congress of Industrial Organizations about the accident in the Centralia coal mines, Illinois. Mr. Lewis presents to the congress the history of all major accidents that occurred in the US. He counts the men and material losses incurred to the mining community. He terms such disasters a national shame. Location: United States. Date: March 1947. Visit us at www.CriticalPast.com: 57,000+ broadcast-quality historic clips for immediate download. Fully digitized and searchable, the CriticalPast collection is one of the largest archival footage collections in the world. All clips are licensed royalty-free, worldwide, in perpetuity. CriticalPast offers immediate downloads of full-resolution HD and SD masters and full-resolution time-coded screeners, 24 hours a day, to serve the needs of broadcast news, TV, film, and publishing professionals worldwide. Still photo images extracted from the vintage footage are also available for immediate download. CriticalPast is your source for imagery of worldwide events, people, and B-roll spanning the 20th century.
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Snoqualmie Pass Condo For Sale.wmv
 
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Fresh Carpet, Paint and Mountain Views will Welcome You Into this Spacious 1 Bedroom Condo Located At the Base of Summit East Ski Area. This Generous End Unit Boasts Large Living Area, Open Kitchen, Mountain View Bedroom, Full Bath, Great Closet Space, With Large Walk-In Pantry, Great for Storing Extra Supplies or Gear. Easy Access to the Slopes of Summit East with Shuttle Service to 3 Other Areas Just Outside Your Doors. Snoqualmie Pass Condo for Sale Suncrest Condominium 490 Hyak Drive, Unit 101 Snoqualmie Pass, WA 98068 Call Today for Your Private Showing of this Great Condo! MLS# 29081724 Sherry Lynn Pickett cell: (425) 471-4162 eFax: (425) 642-8285 [email protected] www.johnlscott.com/sherrypi Ski Areas at Snoqualmie Pass: Nordic Center at Hyak, Alpental, Summit West, Summit Central, Sumit East. Two new golf courses and a restaurant are available at the Suncadia Resort, located in the quaint old coal mining town of Roslyn, WA, east of Snoqualmie Pass. All that the city of Seattle has to offer are also within a short distance from Snoqualmie Pass. Outdoor summer activities in the Snoqualmie Pass area include: hiking and mountain biking trails, fishing, boating and water skiing at nearby Lake Kachess and state campground. Winter activities in the Snoqualmie Pass area include: Skiing at Hyak, Alpental Summit, West Summit, Central Sumit East, numerous snowmobile and cross country skiing trails are located in the area. Information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Buyer to verify all information to their own satisfaction.
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2017 CBA Season - HIGHLIGHTS: Ronald Lucas III (Fort Wayne Flite)
 
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The Central Basketball Association (CBA) welcomes everyone to the continuance of a fresh concept in the world of minor league basketball. Strong, financially sound teams. Online video rebroadcasts of league games. Detailed & accurate team and individual statistics. Strict adherence to International Basketball Federation (FIBA) rules. Taking advantage of technological resources through a user-friendly website and mobile-application. Playing in front of larger media markets. Working directly with agents and scouts as a genuine bridge for players to get overseas contracts in Canada, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia and South America. All led under a strong corporate-style management structure. Our 2017 CBA teams include: Baltimore Shuckers, Bowling Green Hornets, Fort Wayne Flite, Illinois Coal Miners, Indianapolis Blaze, Middle Tennessee Storm and Mississippi Eagles. For more information visit www.playcba.com.
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Scientology leader's father releases 'Ruthless' tell-all
 
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Ron Miscavige talks new, revealing book on 'The Kelly File'
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SolarQuotes Vodcast #3 - 8/2/2019
 
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The third time's the charm for the SolarQuotes Vodcast, featuring Finn Peacock (Founder of SolarQuotes) and Ronald Brakels (Chief Writer). 0:28 - ClearVue’s Solar Glass Approaches Prime Time: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/clearvue-solar-glass-mb0920/ 1:55 - 40% Of Victoria’s Coal Power Out Of Action During Heatwave While Solar Soldiers On: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/heatwave-coal-solar/ 6:00 - WA’s Future Battery Industry Strategy Launched: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/wa-battery-industry-strategy-mb0922/ 9:10 - How To Power Through A Heatwave – In Comfort – On 100% Solar Energy: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/heatwave-solar-power/ 12:15 - Australian Solar Systems Interest Index – February 2019: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/aussii-solar-jan19-mb0923/ 16:56 - Solar Panel Scammers Active In Perth’s South-East: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/solar-scam-perth-mb0925/ 18:24 - CEC De-Lists SSE Solar Inverters: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/sse-inverter-delisting-mb0927/ 20:21 - Go-Ahead For Carisbrook Solar Farm: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/carisbrook-solar-farm-mb0929/ 22:06 - Australian Gold Mine Solar + Storage Project To Commence In May: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/australian-mine-solar-storage-mb0930/ 23:40 - Is ARENA Wasting Your Money On Useless Consultant Reports? https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/arena-consultant-reports/ 29:10 - A Solar Installer Questioned SolarEdge’s Reliability And SolarEdge Is Furious: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/solaredge-is-furious/ Subscribe to our channel! https://youtube.com/solarquotesaustralia SolarQuotes.com.au is Australia's highest-rated solar quoting website (as rated by third-party review website TrustPilot), and makes it quick, easy and free to source quotes for solar PV systems from high-quality, pre-vetted installers.
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In 1965 An Unforgettable Warning Was Broadcast For All To Hear: 53 Years Later, It’s Sadly Come True
 
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Subscribe Our YouTube Channel Newzmagazine.com For More Paul Harvey, the news commentator and talk-radio pioneer whose staccato style made him one of the United States’ most familiar voices, reached more than 24 million listeners at the peak of his career. Although he was very accurate on everything he had to say, no one could imagine that his famous words from 53 years ago would become the reality of today. I read this today and thought how relevant it is. The speech was broadcast by legendary ABC Radio commentator Paul Harvey on April 3, 1965. He starts his ‘prophesy’ by saying: If I were the Devil… and then continues discussing issues that are these days ours to face. EVERYBODY should listen to this. Sad to say but Paul Harvey was spot on 53 years ago. ”If I Were the Devil If I were the Prince of Darkness I would want to engulf the whole earth in darkness. I’d have a third of its real estate and four-fifths of its population, but I would not be happy until I had seized the ripest apple on the tree. So I should set about however necessary, to take over the United States. I would begin with a campaign of whispers. With the wisdom of a serpent, I would whispers to you as I whispered to Eve, “Do as you please.” To the young I would whisper “The Bible is a myth I would confide that “what is bad is good and what is good is square.” In the ears of the young married I would whisper that work is debasing, that cocktail parties are good for you. I would caution them not to be “extreme” in religion, in patriotism, in moral conduct. And the old I would teach to pray — to say after me — “Our father which are in Washington.” Then I’d get organized. I’d educate authors in how to make lurid literature exciting so that anything else would appear dull, uninteresting. I’d threaten TV with dirtier movies, and vice-versa. I’d infiltrate unions and urge more loafing, less work. Idle hands usually work for me. I’d peddle narcotics to whom I could, I’d sell alcohol to ladies and gentlemen of distinction, I’d tranquilize the rest with pills. If I were the Devil, I would encourage schools to refine young intellects, but neglect to discipline emotions; let those run wild. I’d designate an atheist to front for me before the highest courts and I’d get preachers to say, “She’s right.” Then in his own churches I’d substitute psychology for religion and deify science. If I were Satan I’d make the symbol of Easter an egg And the symbol of Christmas a bottle. If I were the Devil I’d take from those who have and give to those who wanted until I had killed the incentive of the ambitious. Then my police state would force everybody back to work. Then I would separate families, putting children in uniform, women in coal mines and objectors in slave-labor camps. If I were Satan I’d just keep doing what I’m doing and the whole world go to he*ll as sure as the Devil” I use to listen to Paul Harvey with my mom in the 70s. He is very accurate on everything he says. All the things he mentioned 53 years ago are exactly what’s going on NOW! Incredible man, Incredible insight. Share this if you agree. #ComeTrue #53YearsLater #1965 #UnforgettableWarning
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Real Time with Bill Maher: Reagan Tourism Ads (HBO)
 
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Subscribe to the Real Time YouTube: http://itsh.bo/10r5A1B A former aide to President Ronald Reagan has proposed that the red-state South secede from the union and form a new country that’s conservative, anti-gay and pro-family values. The name of this new country? “Reagan.” And the PR people are already spit-balling some new tourism posters for the country of Reagan… Connect with Real Time Online: Find Real Time on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Maher Find Real Time on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealTimers Find Real Time with Bill Maher Official Site: http://itsh.bo/HttKcM. Find Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO GO® http://itsh.bo/iioY87. Find Real Time with Bill Maher on Connect: http://connect.hbo.com/real-time-bill-maher Find Real Time on Instagram: http://instagram.com/realtimers The Real Time blog: http://www.real-time-with-bill-maher-blog.com/ It's HBO. Connect with HBO Online Find HBO on Facebook: http://Facebook.com/HBO Follow @HBO on Twitter: http://Twitter.com/HBO Find HBO on Youtube: http://Youtube.com/HBO Find HBO Official Site: http://HBO.com Find HBO Connect: http://Connect.hbo.com Find HBO GO: http://HBOGO.com Find HBO on Instagram: http://Instagram.com/hbo Find HBO on Foursquare: http://Foursquare.com/hbo Check out other HBO Channels HBO: http://www.youtube.com/hbo Game of Thrones: http://www.youtube.com/GameofThrones True Blood: http://www.youtube.com/trueblood HBO Sports: http://www.youtube.com/HBOsports HBO Documentary Films: http://www.youtube.com/HBODocs Cinemax: http://www.youtube.com/Cinemax HBO Latino: http://www.youtube.com/HBOLatino
Naoma, WV - The Edwight Mountaintop Removal Permit
 
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The huge lake in the middle of this surface mine is actually the Shumate Coal Slurry Impoundment. It holds back 2.8 BILLION gallons of TOXIC coal processing waste above the old location of Marsh Fork Elementary School. If you would like to support our efforts to fight back against and document this type of resource extraction you can donate here: crmw.net/donate.php
Ron Paul speaks at Tax Day Tea Party April 15, 2010
 
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Texas congressman Ron Paul inspires the crowd.
050 Hillbilly Eviction: Big Business and the Making of Appalachian Poverty
 
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This week at In The Past Lane, the history podcast, we look at the history of one of the more troubled regions in American history, Appalachia. In particular, we’ll examine the backstory to how Appalachia became one of the poorest places in the US, and why it has stayed poor. I’ll speak with historian Steven Stoll about his new book, Ramp Hollow: The Ordeal of Appalachia. Stoll takes us back in time to when immigrants from northern Europe settled the region and developed an agrarian society that was self-sustaining and based on kinship networks. These backcountry people were the quintessential pioneers of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, clearing land on the frontier, establishing farms, building log cabins, and developing kinship networks that helped them survive. Much of the economy was based on barter and the livelihoods of the people depended on open access to vast tracts of forests (primarily for hunting) they treated as commons. Whiskey made from rye was a key source of cash that allowed them to buy tools, guns, and other finished goods. This was the world of Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett. But after the Civil War, this world was upended by the arrival of big business. Lumber companies clear cut most of the forests and the coal companies enticed or forced people off the land, turning them from independent agrarians into dependent coal miners working for wages. This story of the decisions and policies that led to Appalachia’s impoverishment raises important questions about how we think about the sources of poverty and our notions of what capitalism is. And as a consequence, Steven Stoll’s book, Ramp Hollow, offers an important corrective to some of the underlying assumptions found in the bestselling memoir, Hillbilly Elegy, by J. D. Vance. Among the many things discussed in this episode:  The agrarian society that developed in Appalachia before the arrival of big business. Why whiskey became so important to the people of Appalachia and why Hamilton’s tax sparked the Whiskey Rebellion. How after the Civil War, coal mining companies forced the agrarian people of Appalachia off the land and into the mines. How big business brought coal mining -- and poverty -- to Appalachia. How the story of Appalachia reveals the important ways in which Americans misunderstand capitalism. What J. D. Vance’s memoir, Hillbilly Elegy, gets wrong about Appalachia. More about Steven Stoll - website   Recommended reading:  Steven Stoll, Ramp Hollow: The Ordeal of Appalachia (Hill and Wang, 2017) J. D. Vance, Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis Elizabeth Catte, What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia  Ronald D Eller, Uneven Ground: Appalachia since 1945 William Hogeland, The Whiskey Rebellion: George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and the Frontier Rebels Who Challenged America's Newfound Sovereignty Robert Shogan, The Battle of Blair Mountain: The Story of America's Largest Labor Uprising Music for This Episode Jay Graham, ITPL Intro (JayGMusic.com) Kevin McCleod, “Impact Moderato” (Free Music Archive) The Womb, “I Hope It Hurts” (Free Music Archive) PCIII, “Cavalcades” (Free Music Archive) The Bell, “I Am History” (Free Music Archive) Production Credits Executive Producer: Lulu Spencer Technical Advisors: Holly Hunt and Jesse Anderson Podcasting Consultant: Darrell Darnell of Pro Podcast Solutions Photographer: John Buckingham Graphic Designer: Maggie Cellucci Website by: ERI Design Legal services: Tippecanoe and Tyler Too Social Media management: The Pony Express Risk Assessment: Little Big Horn Associates Growth strategies: 54 40 or Fight © In The Past Lane, 2018  
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Issaquah Shooting Ronald Ficker Detailed Walkthrough
 
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A quick walkthrough of what basically happened on Saturday Sept 24th, 2011 @ 11:38am. http://www.issaquahpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/shootingcrime20110928.jpg
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America's Presidents - Andrew Jackson
 
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Originally published at - http://learningenglish.voanews.com/a/3849101.html
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American History - Part 171 - Hoover - Great Depression -  America Lives in fear
 
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Please excuse the ads..price for including copyrighted music in video Welcome to THE MAKING OF A NATION-- American history in VOA Special English. I'm Barbara Klein. And I'm Steve Ember. The stock market crash of 1929 marked the beginning of the worst economic crisis in American history. 1,000,000s of people lost their jobs. 1000s lost their homes. During the next several years, a large part of the richest nation on earth learned what it meant to be poor. Workers lost their jobs as factories closed. Business owners lost their stores and sometimes their homes. Farmers lost their land as they struggled with falling prices and natural disasters. And Americans were not the only ones who suffered. This week in our series, we talk about the economic crisis that became the Great Depression. One of America's greatest writers, John Steinbeck, described the depression this way: "It was a terrible, troubled time. I can't think of any 10 years in history when so much happened in so many directions. Violent change took place. Our country was shaped, our lives changed, our government rebuilt." Steinbeck, winner of the 1962 Nobel Prize in literature, said: "When the market fell, the factories, mines, and steelworks closed and then no one could buy anything, not even food." Unemployment rose sharply. The number of workers looking for a job jumped from 3 percent to more than !25% in just 4 years. 1 of every 3 or 4 workers was looking for a job in 1932. Falling production. Rising unemployment. Men begging in the streets. But there was more to the Great Depression. At that time, the federal government did not guarantee the money that people put in banks. When people could not repay loans, banks began to close. In 1929, 659 banks with total holdings of $250,000,000 went out of business. The next year, 2 times that number failed. And the year after that, almost twice that number of banks went out of business. 1,000,000s of persons lost all their savings. They had no money left. The depression caused serious public health problems. Hospitals across the country were filled with sick people whose main illness was a lack of food. The health department in New York City found that 1 of every 5 of the city's children did not get enough food. !99% of the children attending a school in a coal-mining area of the country reportedly were underweight. In some places, people died of hunger. The quality of housing also fell. Families were forced to crowd into small houses or apartments to share costs. Many people had no homes at all. They slept on public streets, buses or trains. One official in Chicago reported in 1931 that several hundred women without homes were sleeping in city parks. In a number of cities, people without homes built their houses from whatever materials they could find. They used empty boxes or pieces of metal to build shelters in open areas. People called these areas of little temporary houses "Hoovervilles." They blamed President Hoover for their situation. So, too, did the men forced to sleep in public parks at night. They covered themselves with pieces of paper. And they called the paper "Hoover blankets." People without money in their pants called their empty pockets "Hoover flags." People blamed President Hoover because they thought he was not doing enough to help them. Hoover did take several actions to try to improve the economy. But he resisted proposals for the federal government to provide aid in a major way. And he refused to let the government spend more money than it earned. Hoover told the nation: "Economic depression cannot be cured by legislative action or executive decision." Many conservative Americans agreed with him. But not the 1,000,000s of Americans who were hungry and tired of looking for a job. They accused Hoover of not caring about common citizens. One congressman from Alabama said: "In the White House, we have a man more interested in the money of the rich than in the stomachs of the poor." On and on the Great Depression continued. Of course, some Americans were lucky. They kept their jobs. And they had enough money to enjoy the lower prices of most goods. Many people shared their earnings with friends in need. Other Americans reacted to the crisis by leading protests against the economic policies of the Hoover administration. In 1932, a large group of former soldiers gathered in Washington to demand help. More than 8000 of them built the nation's largest Hooverville near the White House. Federal troops finally removed them by force and burned their shelters. Next week, we will look at how the Great Depression of the 1930s affected other countries.
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Free riding in Roslyn, WA with outake
 
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First day with new bike (2008 Kona Stab Whistler Edition)
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Surface Mine Blast 2 West Virginia
 
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Surface mine shot. Raleigh County West Virginia April 2014
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Obama Officials: Rule Won't Kill Coal-fired Power
 
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Obama officials: Rule won't kill coal-fired power President Barack Obama's top energy and environmental officials say there is a future for coal, despite a pending regulation aimed at limiting global warming pollution from new power plants that Republicans and the coal industry say will doom the fuel source. http://news.yahoo.com/obama-officials-rule-wont-kill-coal-fired-power-161809093--finance.html http://www.wochit.com
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Andrew Breitbart speaks at Washington DC Tax Day Tea Party
 
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Andrew Breitbart addresses the false accusations of racism on the day that Congress passed it's unpopular health care bill, along with the hypocrisy of the left. April 15, 2010
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Protest @ Suncadia in Roslyn Washington..Careful it does get ugly
 
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Channel 40 News covering the Protest at the AWB policy Summit on Sept. 21, 2011 Protesters & Business
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Rand Paul Campaign Advert - Defending Kentucky Coal
 
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"No National School Board" Television Advertisement
 
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Lamar Alexander's re-election campaign has announced a new statewide television ad that shows him pushing back against the Obama administration acting like a de facto "national school board." The ad, which will begin airing Sunday, July 20, starts with Alexander saying that as governor he worked with President Ronald Reagan to get Washington out of local schools, and that now he's fighting to stop President Obama from exerting more control. Alexander says, "Washington just can't keep its sticky fingers off our public schools. That's why I'm fighting to send those decisions back to states, back to parents where they belong."
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Going down to Get Ice at the Old Number 3
 
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Taking the jeep to get some ice at the Old Number 3 in Ronald WA. On the way I met this babe on the road...
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Native American Tribe Protests Keystone Vote
 
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A Senate vote to approve the Keystone XL pipeline Tuesday took an odd turn after Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., read the final vote tally as protestors of the pipeline in the Senate Gallery burst into song. Capitol Police officers dragged out five protestors, including Greg Grey Cloud of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe as he bellowed a tribal song. Grey Cloud, who wore a headdress, continued singing as he was knocked to the floor and pulled to the wall of the hallway. Protesters were handcuffed with plastic zip-ties while standing shoulder-to-shoulder, facing the wall. Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Drew Willson arrived on the scene as doorkeepers and police officers tried to direct the crowd away from the protesters. In response to the Nov. 14 House vote to authorize the Keystone XL pipeline, Rosebud Sioux Tribe President Cyril Scott announced that the tribe recognized the action as an act of war. Website: http://www.rollcall.com Follow us: http://www.twitter.com/RollCall Like us: http://www.facebook.com/RollCallDC Google+: http://www.google.com/+RollCall Tumblr: http://photos.rollcall.com
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A Run For Your Money (1949) Trailer
 
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A Run for Your Money is a 1949 Ealing Studios comedy film starring Donald Houston and Meredith Edwards as two Welshmen visiting London for the first time. The supporting cast includes Alec Guinness, Moira Lister and Hugh Griffith. Two Welsh coal miners from Hafoduwchbenceubwllymarchogcoch, David 'Dai Number 9' Jones (Donald Houston) and Thomas 'Twm' Jones (Meredith Edwards), win a contest run by the Echo newspaper. The prize is 100 pounds each, plus the best seats for an important rugby union match between England and Wales at Twickenham. For the naive Welshmen, this is their first trip to England, Chaos ensues. The film was nominated for a BAFTA that year. They are supposed to be met at Paddington station by Whimple (Alec Guinness), a gardening columnist on the paper, but they miss each other. Instead, the two miners become separated when Dai is picked up by attractive con artist Jo (Moira Lister) after she overhears them talking about the prize money. At Jo's suggestion, she and Dai go to the newspaper to collect the money. The editor makes Whimple responsible for showing Dai around, but Jo soon manages to lose him. Whimple gets details of Jo's criminal methods from a fellow reporter and runs out in search of them. As they spend time together, Dai begins to fall in love with Jo, though he already has a girlfriend back in Wales: Bronwen, the boss's secretary.
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An elevated view of Cicely alaska/Roslyn Washington
 
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it was snowing and cold and i was on my way back to school so i thought i would stop and do another video in roslyn washington where northern exposure was filmed
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DOGM JOHN MARINONI Oral History Interview
 
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Name of Informant: GIOVANNI (JOHN) MARINONI Age at Time of Interview: 100 years old Name of Mines and Dates Worked: MAPLE CREEK MINE, Carbon County, 1931-1934 SOLDIER CREEK MINE, Carbon County, 1945-1974 Summary of Interview: John's first experience with mining occurred at the Maple Creek Mine west of Helper, Utah. The coal mine was owned by Greek-Americans and 12-year old John was an Italian immigrant. After a break from mining during World War II, when John worked as a welder in the naval shipyard at Bremerton, Washington, he returned to Carbon County in 1945 to help his father and brothers at the Soldier Creek Mine. They jointly operated until 1957 when John and his brothers bought out their father and ran the mine under the name Premium Coal Company. John's mining career ended in 1974 when they sold the mine. By his admission, John did not excel at digging coal, but he was good with equipment and solving mechanical problems. The interview emphasizes learning to mine and John's efforts to improve mine processes, and provides a few stories of his experiences. For more visit our Mining History page: http://linux3.ogm.utah.gov/WebStuff/wwwroot/amr/miningHistory.html
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United Mine Workers Rally on Capitol Hill
 
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(8 Sep 2016) FOR CLEAN VERSION SEE STORY NUMBER: apus062690 Several hundred members of the United Mine Workers of America rallied on Capitol Hill Thursday to preserve their health and pension benefits. With the recent bankruptcy filings of coal companies, workers are in danger of losing their retirement benefits and health coverage. Legislation that federally protects their pension plans and health care coverage is pending in Congress. The members rallied and then marched up to the Capitol where police agreed to peacefully arrest 100 marchers as a symbolic show of solidarity. The bill is currently on track for a September vote in the Senate Finance Committee. The bill's lead sponsors are Senators Joe Manchin, Democrat of West Virginia and Shelley Moore Capito, Republican of West Virginia. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a5ed516fc38acf78bbadee364e9e105c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Ronald Reagan  Quotes on Government
 
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Ronald Wilson Reagan was an American politician and actor who served as the 40th President of the United States from 1981 to 1989. These are his quotes on government and politics.
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Tea Party Loyd Marcus.mpg
 
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Tax Day Tea Party Planned for April 15th, 2010 at Washington Park, Dubuque, Iowa, 5:30-6:30
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