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Software to Help Identify Civil War Photos Launches August 1

My Twitter buddy Steve D. clued me in on this site I hadn’t heard of: https://www.civilwarphotosleuth.com/ . It’s an initiative to identify people in US Civil War photos. 28 more words

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New research study on false killer whales

The Research Team is excited to announce that we have started a new study on false killer whales! We started field work for this study in May 2018 and will survey the leeward waters surrounding the Maui 4-island region; up to 50 miles offshore. 295 more words

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A/V: PHOTO ID UWI SINGERS STYLE

The University of the West Indies (UWI) Singers is sixty and enjoying it! And the UWI Museum is joining the celebration by hosting an exhibition of Singers’ artifacts and memorabilia from the Collection now deposited with the UWI Archives. 222 more words

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PA Governor Wolf and Republican Members of the General Assembly Seek to Preclude the Amish from Obtaining Guns and Ammunition

Several months ago, a number of bills were submitted by Members of the General Assembly, seeking to prohibit the private transfer of rifles and shotguns – thereby, requiring that all transfers or purchases of any type of firearm, go through a Federal Firearms Licensee – and more recently, … 571 more words

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The Results Are In: The 2017 Australia Research Recap

Another exciting whalewatch season is drawing to an end here in Hervey Bay, Australia. It has been a productive time for our Researchers-on-Board as we have continued to collect photo-identification data and educate our guests on the importance of the research upon which Pacific Whale Foundation has built its legacy. 323 more words

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