Eliza J

21 Feb 19
Jaj and the Digital Humanities

There is a wealth of information lying uncharted, un-analyzed, un-visualized, and left untapped by academicians. Gaming is a powerful tool for representation, diversity, entertainment, virtual immersion, and it has taken the AR/VR world by storm. How do research scholars perceive this?

21 Feb 19
Palmetto Past

I. Franklin Richardson was born (date unknown). Julia W. Lowrimore was born on February 26, 1844. She died on February 24, 1914 at the age of 69. She was buried in Old Neck Cemetery. Franklin Richardson and Julia W. Lowrimore had the following children: A. Charlotte Ellen Richardson was born on July 12, 1865 in […]

20 Feb 19
classicsbookclub

Thank you Wikipedia: Major characters John Harmon – is heir to the Harmon estate, under the condition that he marry Bella Wilfer. He is presumed dead throughout most of the novel, though he is living under the name John Rokesmith, and working as a secretary for the Boffins in an attempt to better get to know Bella, […]

20 Feb 19
History of Me

Henry GAINES * Daniel GAINES * Mary HUDSON * Thomas BOULWARE Surnames: ALEXANDER, BOULWARE, GAINES, GILBERT, HERNDON, HUDSON, TALIAFERRO, THOMPSON, WHITE Henry Gaines is shown in Sutherd’s book as “No DATA.” Henry GAINES was born about 1770 in Albemarle County, Virginia. He appeared in Tax Record in 1786 in Albemarle County, Virginia. Taxpayers named Gaines: […]

20 Feb 19
AT3 Center News & Tips

Videos are powerful tools for raising assistive technology awareness, but only if they reach persons with hearing and visual impairments, too.

20 Feb 19
Opusculum

16355 Private Sidney George Oates of the 7th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment died of pneumonia at Bovington Camp, near Wool (Dorset) on the 20th February 1916, aged 21. Private Oates was also a bellringer at Buckhorn Weston (Dorset) and a member of the Salisbury Diocesan Guild of Ringers. Sidney George Oates was born at Odcombe, near […]

19 Feb 19
women engineers' history

In a previous post a couple of years back, I was marvelling at the multiplicity of names by which this woman lived. Yes, I was able to definitively prove that Cleone de Heveningham Benest,  Cleone de Heveningham Griff, Cleone Griff, Miss C. Griff and Miss Clayton Griff were all one and the same person. I […]

19 Feb 19
Wildflower Collective

By Emily R. This post is NOT Sponsored. I wanted to try Trunk Club and tell you about my experience! What’s the Process? I downloaded the app on my phone.  I took a quick quiz about my style, what my wardrobe needs, and my price range for items. I was then paired with a stylist […]

18 Feb 19
West Cork History

  Atlas 1878, Percy, Seymour, Ontario, Canada Showing Pockets of West Cork Emigrant Named Families.   Many thanks to Marthanne Williamson, Nova Scotia. From the Percy map: Probably from Rossmore/Brahalish, Durrus, Richard Williamson “cousin  married to Sarah Baker c 1829 -1888.  (This Richard is identified as a cousin to my gr gr grandfather also Richard […]

18 Feb 19
Milton Observer

By Muriel Bristol | February 18. 2019 Continued from Milton’s Congregational Ministers of 1827-46 According to Scales’ History of Strafford County, Milton’s Congregational pastor, Rev. Benjamin G. Willey, … was succeeded by Revs. Edward F. Abbott, August 1846 to May 1848; James Doldt, May 1848 to January 1870; Frank Haley, February 1870 to April 1874; John […]

17 Feb 19
Rohan Ben Joseph

Abstract Any sort of Technology can be divided into categories based on the amount of control a human has over it- Open Loop, which works only when a command is given to it, like a washing machine; Closed Loop, which uses feedback, such as a thermostat that regulates temperature within a house based on the […]

17 Feb 19
Jobson Family History

John Wiley > Timothy Wiley > Timothy Wiley, Jr. > Nathaniel Wiley > Eli Wiley > Enos Wiley > Alonzo Eli Wiley > Edwin Ellsworth Wiley > Marjorie Ella (Wiley) Jobson > John Ellsworth Jobson Important Places: Massachusetts, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky Facts! Born: September 1, 1839 in South Reading/Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Died: June 1, 1923 (age […]

17 Feb 19
Latter-day Saint Hymnology

“How Firm a Foundation,” one of the best-loved Christian hymns, was among the ninety hymns included in the first Latter-day Saint hymnal in 1835. In the current Latter-day Saint hymnal, the words are attributed to “Robert Keen, ca. 1787.” But this attribution is uncertain, and it is unlikely the authorship of this hymn will ever […]