Online Shakespeare Course: Shakespeare After All with Harvard Faculty Marjorie Garber, PhD, William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of English and American Literature and Language and of Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University This free online Shakespeare course focuses on Shakespeare’s later plays beginning with Measure for Measure and ending with The Tempest. Building on the discussions of individual plays in Marjorie Garber’s book Shakespeare After All, this course takes note of key themes, issues, and interpretations of the plays, focusing on questions of genre, gender, politics, family relations, silence and speech, and cultural power from both above and below (royalty, nobility, and the court; clowns and fools). Designed as part lecture-presentation and part discussion, this is a course that is meant to be interactive, taking up topics generated by students as well as by the instructor. The lecture videos The Quicktime and MP3 formats are available for download, or you can play the Flash version directly. Introduction Troilus and Cressida Othello
Clan RUSSELL The surname Russell is generally allied to the French Rosel and is probably connected to "rous", red. The Russells of Aden in Aberdeenshire descend from one Rozel, Rosel or Russell, an English baron who accompanied Edward III of England at the siege of Berwick and at the Battle of Halidon Hill in 1333 and decided to settle in Scotland, being designated Russell of that Ilk. A Robert Russell of Berwickshire paid homage to Edward I in 1296 and Adam Rossel was received to the King of England's peace in 1321. RUSSELL: Many authorities give the name as originating in France - deriving from 'de Rozel' - and such might be the case for many. There is a common misconception that the name Russell comes from the word rousel, often stated as the diminutive of rous, the old French word for red. More recent research indicates that the name Russell stems originally from a Norman, Hugh de Rosel who arrived in England in 1066. Kind Regards, Charles Russell. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mycoted Step by Step Guide to Tracing Your Family Tree You have a little knowledge about your family history, a few old photos and documents and a consuming curiosity. Here are some basic steps to start you on your family tree adventure! Difficulty: Average Time Required: Depends on the family Here's How: Begin your family tree by gathering together everything you have -- papers, photos, documents and family heirlooms. Tips: Ask your family members if there is a genealogy book or other records within the family.
Our Family History Bind your own books In today's creative environment, where promotional material is routinely sent in the form of a digital file via email, a handmade self-promotional book can make a cost-effective, personal and unique alternative to help you stand out. In this tutorial, I'll explain how to bind a book in a few easy steps. We'll cover some important tips for setting up page spreads and cover templates in Adobe's InDesign, as well as the essential tools and techniques you need to bind your own books. If you need any bookbinding materials, a good source is Shepherds Falkiners. You'll also find an illustrated diagram of the sewing technique we used to make this project in the support files, to aid you as you go. Promotion Software: InDesign CS3 or later Skills: Create page templates in InDesign, perfect your binding and stitching techniques Download the support file here 01. First, set up your book's page template in InDesign by creating a new document. 02. Experiment with paper stocks to see which works best.
Notes [NI00003] Harold retired from the US Navy in 1966 with 20 years service. In a letter from Perkin to Neeley with no date From the USS Bataan to Mt. Enterprise I went to Kyushu - boy was it hot! (as in enemy activity). Then went to Leyte in Philipines and got full of beer. In a letter from Perkin to Neeley dated 9/28/45 From the USS Bataan to Mt. [NI00005] Watson & Son Funeral Home in Center, Texas. [NI00007] Mike operated his own tree care business. [NI00008] Elijah operated a cable ferry at the War Eagle Mill in Benton Co, Arkansas. Purchased 80 acres in Benton co., Arkansas ARMSTRONG ELIJAH 3 19N 29W 79.52 1878/06/24 ARMSTRONG ELIJAH 3 19N 29W 0 1878/06/24 Elijah was married 4 times. [NI00009] Sallie reportedly died giving birth to Samuel. [NI00010] Samuel died of pneumonia while traveling in Missouri with his father, Elijah. [NI00012] Purchased 80 acres in Benton Co. [NI00014] Purchased 78 acrs in Benton co., Arkansas. [NI00016] Who is T. [NI00025] In a letter from Mrs.
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Free Genealogy Resources - Home How to find family records using the best free Internet resources Bookmark This Site (Ctrl+D) There are literally millions of web pages on genealogy and it is easy to get lost so that you can't see the forest for the trees. Where do you go first? directly to these sites and find information about your ancestors and relatives. There are two main types of Internet genealogy web sites. Many web sites describe how to do research and provide details of sources of paper and microfilm records. This web site concentrates on online tools and searchable databases of genealogy records so that you can immediately take action to find information online. What are the Steps? I hope you find this useful. 20070613