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ORAL HISTORY : PEOPLES EYE WITNESS ACCOUNTS :THE MILFORD STREET BRIDGE COMMUNITY HERITAGE AND ARTS PROJECT :SALISBURY WILTSHIRE ENGLAND APRIL 2016

NEWS APPEARS IN THE CURRENT ORAL HISTORY JOURNAL VOL 44 NO:1 APRIL 2016 OF THE MILFORD STREET BRIDGE PROJECT .

THE MILFORD STREET BRIDGE PROJECT IN SALISBURY WON TWO AWARDS FROM THE COMMUNITY ARCHIVE AND HERITAGE GROUP (CAHG ) IN 2015 ,ONE FOR INNOVATION AND THE OVERALL AWARD OF` COMMUNITY ARCHIVE  AND HERITAGE GROUP OF THE YEAR . 242 more words

Education

Pericope Adulterae

I am awoken by someone shaking me lightly. “Ssshhhh. I think there is an intruder in the house,” He whispers from behind my ear. I lazily wake up from my stupor and try to focus my vision. 1,437 more words

Eye Witness Accounts

The Day (Part Two)

Part two is finally done. Like in the previous post, anything language wise, fragments etc are meant. 

Quickly making my way to campus to sign some paperwork related to student internships. 1,037 more words

Writing

Day One (Part One)...

This term one of the courses I am taking is titled “Memory, History and Trauma”. I chose it because when I get to the point of choosing a thesis topic hopefully after a year and a  1,514 more words

Writing

The Highland Clearances :

Eye-Witness Accounts

The Testimony of Seonaid Nic Neacail:

“When I was about 5 years of age, just one year after my father came back from the War against the Russians, the whole township was warned by the factor at the time of paying the rents, that his ‘Lordship’ was wanting the people to move away from the township, in order that his lordship could let out the ground to Shepherds from the Lowlands. 1,372 more words

Egyptians just like them...

Cairo had its Tahrir, a centre to which people gravitated. Stubborn Alexandria defied that. We tried, we did, choosing different centres to gravitate towards and stay put in. 200 more words

Alexandria

"Their Cries Were Most Agonizing": An Irish-American's Overland Account, from The Wilderness to Petersburg

Between 11th June and 9th July 1864, the New York Irish American Weekly ran a series of letters from a young man to his brother back in New York. 5,525 more words

Irish American Civil War