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Letter from Anonymous Female Friend Kate to Harriet Hall Johnson Johnson, January 13, 1864
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written by Anonymous Female Friend Kate, fl. 1860-1864 (1863); in Allen-Johnson Family Papers, 1759-1992 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2010), 1-8
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Anna Quincy Thaxter Cushing Papers, 1816-1918
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(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2010), 4108 page(s)

Anna Quincy Thaxter Cushing (1825-1900), the daughter of Edward Thaxter (1784-1841) and Susan Joy (Thaxter) Thaxter (1791-1837), was born on 24 October 1825 in Hingham, Massachusetts. Both Anna's family and that of her husband—Dr. Benjamin Cushing (1822-1895), son of Jerom Cushing (1780-1824) and Mary (...

(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2010), 4108 page(s)
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Carnival in Q’eros: Where the Mountains Meet the Jungle
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directed by Juan Núñez del Prado, fl. 1991-2004 and John Cohen, 1932-; produced by John Cohen, 1932- (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1991), 33 mins
This groundbreaking documentary shows the remarkable Carnival celebrations -- never before seen by outsiders -- of a remote community of Indians high in the Peruvian Andes. Their culture offers important clues into the Inca past and the roots of Andean cultures.The Q'eros play flutes and sing to their alpacas in a...
directed by Juan Núñez del Prado, fl. 1991-2004 and John Cohen, 1932-; produced by John Cohen, 1932- (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1991), 33 mins
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written by Juan González; edited by Dale A. Olsen, 1941- and Daniel E. Sheehy (Routledge (Publisher), 1998), 20 page(s)
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written by Susana Sardo; edited by Alison Arnold (Routledge (Publisher), 1999), 8 page(s)
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Mitchell and Kenyon 379: Warrington Walking Day Procession, 1902
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 2 mins
Warrington's annual Walking Day originally began as a Christian 'procession of witness' in 1832, and is part of a similar tradition to the Whit Walk. Processions were a popular subject for filming not only because the decorated floats and costumes made an attractive spectacle, but also because the sheer number of...
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 2 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 380: Warrington Walking Day Procession, 1902
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 2 mins
Warrington's annual Walking Day originally began as a Christian 'procession of witness' in 1832, and is part of a similar tradition to the Whit Walk. Processions were a popular subject for filming not only because the decorated floats and costumes made an attractive spectacle, but also because the sheer number of...
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1902), 2 mins
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written by Shane White and Graham White (Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 2005), 266 page(s)
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