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Irish Nineteenth Century Prison Records - survey and evaluation By Denise M. Dowdall
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Because of the poor survival rate of Irish census records from the Nineteenth Century, worthwhile substitutes for this period are a particularly welcome addition for the historian and genealogist .... More > Irish Nineteenth Century prison records are one such resource , offering a uniquely detailed database of a surprisingly broad section of Irish society. They reflect the twin preoccupations of 19th Century authorities with zealous record-keeping matched with zero tolerance to crime. Irish Nineteenth Century Prison Records: survey and evaluation samples the content of some of the forty-five prisons in this collection to have survived. Available records were examined for their detail and scope, and a variety of uses for the data in question was tested . Although it is plain that government penal and judicial reform were shaping the content of these records throughout the century, the registers of virtually every jail in this survey remained curiously regional in nature and they reveal much about their local area.< Less
Wake Treasures Vol 14, No 1 -- Winter/Spring 2004 By Wake County Genealogical Society
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Wake Treasures is the bi-annual journal of the Wake County Genealogical Society.
Destruction of America 2008-2050 By Christopher Jansen
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America is on a self-destruction road; failing to learn from history and allowing foreigners, most of whom are illegal unfettered access to American institutions. Previous empires have disappeared,... More > so will America. Political correctness, lack of a common language, and a powerless military, coupled with politicians who are not statesmen, are all contributors to the inevitable decline. Newly arrived immigrants are not interested in blending into American society and in becoming Americans, learning the English language and "melting in." Whites will be a minority in America by 2050.Agenda driven self-serving organizations are destroying America from within. Both parties are to blame, they are operating with blinders to history, and they are bound to repeat it as America as we know it will cease to exist. It is the end of the "melting pot", morality, democracy and freedoms. Scary as it may be, the future is unfortunately inevitable and predictable from the US CENSUS BUREAU forecasts contained in the book.< Less
Land, Legacy and Lynching: Building the Future in Black America By MONICA DAVIS
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A century ago, the segregated South had a deep secret--black farmers owned the majority of farmland in the region. Then came the 1910 Census results along with an organized effort to drive black... More > farmers off the land. Through lynching and intimidation, and predatory use of federal farm loan programs, hundreds of thousands of black farmers, 90% of African-American farmers, were driven from the land through a 60 year orgy of lynching, murder, intimidation and theft. Many found refuge in factory towns and became middle class through factory work, especially in the auto industry. Others gathered in segregated ghettos in the nation's urban hell holes and continue to fuel the nation's prisons. Many claim the goal of federal farm policy is to drive family farmers out of business in favor of corporate agri-businesses.< Less
Land, Legacy and Lynching: Building the Future in Black America By MONICA DAVIS
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A century ago, the segregated South had a deep secret--black farmers owned the majority of farmland in the region. Then came the 1910 Census results along with an organized effort to drive black... More > farmers off the land. Through lynching and intimidation, and predatory use of federal farm loan programs, hundreds of thousands of black farmers, 90% of African-American farmers, were driven from the land through a 60 year orgy of lynching, murder, intimidation and theft. Many found refuge in factory towns and became middle class through factory work, especially in the auto industry. Others gathered in segregated ghettos in the nation's urban hell holes and continue to fuel the nation's prisons. Many claim the goal of federal farm policy is to drive family farmers out of business in favor of corporate agri-businesses.< Less