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Patricia Lawrence and guest recording Audio Journeys in Augsburg Germany
Audio Journey Radio Series
Audio Journeys are half-hour documentary style radio programs. Audio Journeys consist of on-location interviews with experts and the sounds of the subjects. New Audio Journeys each month. Email Adventures@AudioJourneys.org www.AudioJourneys.org
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August 2007 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Aug 31, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • New Sciences at Clarkson University Potsdam NY
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  • We are exploring the two-hundred year old town of Potsdam New York. Potsdam is the cultural and educational center of Northern New York. We are exploring Clarkson University where some of the world’s newest technologies, such as nano-science is being developed.

    This Audio Journey is made possible with support the Clarkson Inn. In the village of Potsdam, near Clarkson University. On the web at ClarksonInn.com

    We are exploring Clarkson University in Potsdam New York. Clarkson’s motto is “Defy Convention” . Anthony Collins, president of Clarkson University, is originally from Melbourne Australia. Mr. Collins began at Clarkson in 1982 as an assistant professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Patricia Lawrence meets Tony Collins in the lobby of student services at Clarkson University.
Family at encampment surgeons tent
  • Pub Date: Aug 30, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • Yorktown Victory Center Virginia
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  • We are on a 400-years-of-history road trip across the Commonwealth of Virginia. Along the York River, at the Yorktown Victory Center we find out about the end of Colonial America.

    We are exploring the Yorktown Victory Center that interprets the American Revolution War, and the Birth of America. Our guide is Victory Center representative, Tracey Perkins.
  • Pub Date: Aug 24, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • Colonial Williamsburg Virginia Waking Tour
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  • Williamsburg was the capital of the thirteen British colonies in America, from 1699 to 1780, prior to being moved to Richmond. Historian, Virginia Lee (her real name) is the Manager of Community Programs for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. We meet Virginia on Duke of Gloucester Street; the most historic avenue in America.
  • Pub Date: Aug 10, 2007 - 1:00 am
  • 400 Years of History across Virginia
  • We are on a 400-years-of-history road trip across the Commonwealth of Virginia. Our exploration begins at the Pamunkey Indian Reservation and ends in Staunton in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. We meet experts along the way who paint a picture of what life was life in America during the last 400 years.
Richard Josey, Historian
  • Pub Date: Aug 04, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • African Americans in Colonial Williamsburg
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  • We are celebrating the 400th Anniversary of America. On our road trip across the Commonwealth of Virginia we explore Colonial Williamsburg.

    Colonial Williamsburg tells the story of America, in the years preceding and during the American Revolution. More than 500 buildings have been preserved and replicated to re-create eighteenth century Williamsburg, the first capital of the colonies.

    We are exploring Virginia’s Historic Triangle, the three cities of Jamestown, Yorktown and Colonial Williamsburg. Richard Josey is one of the interpreters at Colonial Williamsburg who helps to keep history alive with first person reenactments.
  • Pub Date: Aug 04, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • Jamestown Settlement Virginia
  • We are on a 400 years of history road trip across Virginia. On May 14, 1607 three merchant ships from England landed on the shores of the James River. They were sponsored by the Virginia Company of London, whose investors hoped to make a profit from the resources of the New World, North America. King James the first of England chartered the venture.

    On the banks of the James River, near the original British colony, 17th century history is told at the Jamestown Settlement. The Jamestown Settlement is a museum and an outdoor living history site of 17th Century Virginia. Todd Johnson, the interpretive site manager, meets us at the visitors’ center.
  • Pub Date: Aug 04, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • The Netherlands History Museum
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  • We are in Amsterdam, exploring the National History Museum of The Netherlands. This expansive Museum houses some of the world's most important art and artifacts.
Pamunkey Indian Museum Virginia
  • Pub Date: Aug 04, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • Pamunkey Indian Museum Virginia
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  • On the Pamunkey Indian Reservation, in the Commonwealth of Virginia, lives a very small remnant population of a once vast confederacy. This Audio Journey is the first in our ‘400 years of History across the Commonwealth of Virginia’ series. We begin our exploration of Virginia at the Pamunkey Indian Museum.

    The Pamunkey People have lived on the East coast of North America since the Ice Age, 13 thousand years ago. They developed a form of pottery making that is still being used today. Joyce Pale Moon Krigsvold is a traditional Pamunkey potter. Joyce and other tribe members keep their traditions and history alive through the museum’s artifacts and gift shop. Patricia Lawrence meets Joyce Pale Moon at the Pamunkey Indian Museum.
  • Pub Date: Aug 04, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • Ship Festival Oostende Belgium
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  • We are exploring Belgium. We are at the Oostende sailing ship festival on the old freight docks of this once very busy seaport.
    In the seaport town of Oostende on the last weekend in May, one of the world’s largest sailing ship festivals is held.

    There are many ships to explore and much activity when we arrive on the docks of Oostende; announcers, marching bands and battle ship reenactments fill our senses. The first person we meet is a musketeer and one of the Festival’s organizers.