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"all saints chapel" Discussed on Historically Thinking

Historically Thinking

04:03 min | 8 months ago

"all saints chapel" Discussed on Historically Thinking

"Swannee while. I'm not sure if i noticed that time. Nineteen ninety nine. My wife and i moved here to the mountain and started going all saints chapel in swampy where you can see a plaque in honour and a statue of him behind the altar in the railroad Dressed in arctic parka. With a sled dog jumping up on him in all saints and at some point up together that that's who that was and i decided to pursue a master's degree in ma at the school of theology at the university of south saint place where he had gone Wrote my thesis. My master's thesis on the muscular christianity. Hudson stuck in two thousand six so from there. The idea of a book to sort of happened naturally. And here we are. Yeah so your sources Were you referred to. His library is at in the lie in the his own personal libraries. Now in the library at swannee. What were some of the other sources that you used. Obviously his his litter his His journals his literature. It's all very. Is there anything else. Does a little bit out of the way that you had to use to untangled hudson stuck story while it's it's attention because i wrote this book during the pandemic in fact i was. I was if you wanna have imposter syndrome. Try writing a book about a place that you don't get to go to alaska. I was supposed to go last. May or june and it didn't happen so And and just as bad. I couldn't go to the archives fiscal church in austin mom on were most of his letters and things like that are but had some pretty unlikely allies. For instance. the carson's family. I got to know carson's grandson and great grandson and great grandson especially had done a lot of research on stuck and provided me with a ton of letters and other documents that and photos and information because he actually climbed nali himself and followed in his grandfather's footsteps and so He was a great source of information for me and i was. I was quite pleased. When they read the chapter on karston and gave it a thumbs up thought. I was fair to him. Which is almost all you could ask for. The other great thing is that we live in a time where all of the journals of the four denali participants were online digitize. Actually photos of the journals not just transcriptions but the actual you could look at the actual journals online so as you know from reading Must of the chapter is about the the ascent on does journal entries to sort of combining the four. The four different vantage points of what was going on every day and i had great help from libraries and museums and alaska. Who helped me come up with photos. And that's one of the things. So yeah. is there some unicorn of information. I i suspect. I know what it is some sort of unicorn that you are looking for as particularly a pandemic you're doing pandemic research couldn't catch that unicorn. I should say unicorn. Maybe golden stag unicorn exists but this this one exists but it's rare or something that it's not quite that gorgeous but the one thing i was hoping to find out more about is we have this one one brief tantalizing mitch of stock about how when he was a youth east scramble around in the haniya. Oh gosh now brought with their call late sister leg. This work of england where the tallest mountains in england were and that's all he says and it's maddening because that's where british mountaineering began in the eighteen sixties eighteen seventies Edward whimper who was the first famous mountaineer who rhonda's right about his scrambles in the alps started out in the lake district..

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"all saints chapel" Discussed on Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound

Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"all saints chapel" Discussed on Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound

"Doing together to. Together. Together doing together together together together together. Together. Together. Together. Together. Together. Together. Together. Together. Together. Two. Together. And that's it for another episode of phantom. Power. Thanks to Caroline Bergvall for coming on the show. This episode made use of work in progress on site recordings in Geneva, and London from the song, poem, ragavan concept, text, and performance by Caroline Bergvall songs by Gavin Bryers sung by pay Ye Chen with live sound compositions from Nick Rothwell, and sound engineer Sam grant. We also heard up we get created with David script. Sorry for the introductory section of the solstice performance. Love song in twenty fifteen. We also heard together doing it breath and voice piece in three parts and geo on bass clarinet commissioned by the ma'am, co museum Geneva, and a spouse to national Swiss radio produced by anger. Oh, we also heard assists. I created for the city and the city at wood street galleries. Pittsburgh to accompany, a wall of broadsides from middling English recorded at all. Saints chapel. Black heath. We also heard shake text by Caroline, Bergvall sound and live percussion by Inger sack. You can find a link to Caroline Burg vol's website. Learn more about phantom power and find transcripts in previous episodes of the show, all at phantom, pod dot org. You can also subscribe.

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