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"nassau hall" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

07:55 min | 3 months ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"We're doubling down john. Fox's morning that's for sure that's that is foxy. I'd recognize the rasp anywhere defense coach and by the way you're nothing about office you heard. Adam mean they're on the call has thrown a touchdown pass in the biggest of spots as well. he was a former college quarterback. In my opinion he could do it. All just not enough for you for key here. We go twenty nine for me. I don't think it's enough. We got some people on the line. As i mentioned. We're fifty fifty countries. You know and it appears to be fifty fifty on the phone lines. We'll get to that in just a second inundate say. Espn we're asking this morning simply put settlement a hall of famer. The one in canton not the one in foxborough. Here's julian edelman and twenty five seconds. Making it official. I've always said mogollon to the wheels. Come off and they finally have fallen off due to an injury last year. I'll be making my official announcement of my retirement from. Football was a hard decision. But the right decision for me and my family and i'm honored and so proud to be retiring patriot. He was tickled pink twenty thirteen when he signed a one year. One million dollar contract teased come pretty far from the roots. A mac quarterback mid american conference quarterback to clutch nfl performer. However you want to a big time story you think about all the time that are asked to switch positions because they just don't necessarily fit the skill set of that position or or coaches. Cd miss something. Different in have pushback. Bright he bought in and he turned in and one of new england's great all time y. Receivers which is huge like. I said that's a. It's it's amazing that he's able to do that. Let's get to the phone lines. I want to start and once again. We're asking this morning on the phone line or on the twitter feed if you wanna go there k. j. z. Here we go ally in wisconsin. You're on espn radio eshelman. A hall of famer or no She lives from compton. Lots of content. Yeah no. I don't believe that Eshelman is As a receiver. He had a a a good career but not hall of fame but on the other hand. I do believe that You've had a hall of fame Career you What was it. Nine seasons over seventy receptions saw. I do believe that you deserve some consideration Florida hall of fame. Another thing too. I wanted to give will. They'll credit. I'm a i'm a sports fanatic. A basketball fanatic Jay wheel was one of the best point guard i seen in college. If he didn't get injured. I would've i believe that he would Went on to have like a perennial all-star type of career and so I'll let you guys comment on that. No as far as i go. I wasn't hall of famer. I'm not oblivious to that norm not delusional at all. I think in terms of my career. I had a great career. I had a solid as careers. You could possibly have done everything i wanted to do. Whether it's pro bowl super bowls. Whatever you wanna call it but no. I didn't play long enough. Where receiver if you. If you play long enough you compile those numbers that get you into the hall of fame. And i only played eleven. Years opposed to fifteen or sixteen years. But thank you anyway indeed. Art andy in michigan said key straight here said key straight on julian atom. And what do you know what the hell. Hey guys big fans. I think he is a hall of famer. And i'm i'm gonna tell you right now. I'm a huge line. Saying i do not. Oh calvin johnson should be in the hall of saying if you wanna look at kenny. Golladay is numbers. Compared to mega almost identical. That's my peace coming on. A big fan guys kelvin. Johnson is a hall of famer. That's why he's in the hall of fame so when he played the position when he was in league from start to finish he was one of the top three at the position. It's not even close when he was in the league. He's at the top three whether he was one two or three three to one. He changed the game in nassau hall of famers. Do passing in well in an era passing. If he didn't plan an era passing he changed the game when when he lined up they knew what he was at at all times. There was no mistakes about it. They vice him. They put two people on him one inside one outside as if it was a punt that was not the case with julian edelman. Yeah and also made his mind a lot of it and this is obviously. It's the pro football hall of fame. There's a separate college football hall of fame. Obviously but the fact that when you play the school that's running the triple option like georgia tech. That's why stats. i'm a stats guy. I'm a numbers guy. Didn't play the game keys. Always said it's not always about the stats because stats of somebody like mega college. That played for a team that threw the ball five times a game. You wouldn't think they would have prolific wide receiver. So sometimes the numbers don't say we see that graphic again. Can we see what they showed on on tv. One more time. I own o keyshawn. Johnson retires okay. When i retire yes visit us. Pin headline when you're tired of wooded it say star receiver julian edelman ou-. So maybe maybe. That's why i'm not putting him in the hall of fame because they forgot to put the star for the money. Well maybe he was just infrared. You join us right in in the headline put as far as i know whoever put that up he's not working at espn eating. Maybe they thought everybody knew star. There's even mentioning. I think initially they had disgruntled. Not but that up their content. You they all you know how that goes always got a paint you that way. That's just what it is the brush i. Let's make you feel better. Franken florida backup keys case here on. Julian edelman guys. I think i know. I love ataman. I one of my team. Great guy great story. There's levels to that. Not everyone can be a hall of famer. You know it just it. Just it no you. You're right not everybody. I mean it's a great story. He he played well in the postseason. You know he he. Was tom brady. Security blanket wasn't gronkowski around is no question about it but when you start talking i don't even know what it started at to be honest with you. Several years ago it started it was like oh julian going into the hall of fame on me. I need to stop. That was years ago because of his postseason success because you have said his regular season numbers would not merit the conversation. The postseason the postal seasons not gonna merita conversation either. It's just not understand that he's jerry rice. Jerry rice me. You play for the new england patriots day and the damn playoffs every single year. But he's part if you if you throw him the ball every single game. He makes five catches in his career every single year. He's going to be next to jerry. Rice down there in the postseason every single ear but to your point is a guy that had great hands. You still gotta make those catches you disgrace zubin. There's no question about it. Yes you gotta make the catches. He's gonna make the catches when they throw him the ball but they're selling this because jerry rice. They're pushing him up there with to stop. I'll say it again. There's a hines ward out there. There's a shadow chill cinco. There's a reggie wayne a tory hope. And i know missing. Some people steve smith and i ain't even mentioned myself just because i don't wanna do myself like that i would just say sometimes and we'll get jane atlanta here and byron in indiana before we bring in. Jeff darlington is well. We're going all football here to the top of the hour. I would just say that..

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"nassau hall" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Those troops treated people around princeton much better than any of the other armies that had been through either american or british as they said. Our fight is not with you. Our is with continental congress in our government. The problem was resolved at trenton but they had camped at princeton for a while some people in princeton benefited from the army camping out there because they supplied firewood in plunder young Collected it and sold it to the military sending with some food and that sort of thing so there are records of people getting actually paid for helping out to supply this army rather than the army plundering or the value of the money to take a united. You say it was questionable but it wasn't your calendar by any means so that turned out to be not such a bad thing. Although the people were terrified that this rubel mutineers was coming to their town so it was a lot of relief when they actually got there and they found they weren't gonna terrible car another time that the situation that you're talking about was important was at the end of the war in seventeen. Eighty three in june of seventeen eighty three pennsylvania. Soldiers were again not happy. The army was breaking up at this point or at least being furloughed. Yeah going off active duty and the men were not getting paid well. There were a lot of grievances they had. So some of the men actually did get the philadelphia and threatened the continental congress as well as your state government to the point where the continental congress decided leave town. They felt that badly threatened or they found a friend in princeton kind of of friends in princeton princeton. Literally invited with the idea that we not only would like you to come here but we promised to defend you. Three militia regiments kernels of three militia. Regiments the two counties that the line split between for example. Both middlesex somerset. County as well as hundred and county which was right next to princeton. Those three colonels sent a note saying are men will defend you against those pennsylvanians or anybody else that threatens you so the continental congress decided to come to princeton and were there for several months. They meet in nassau hall. They did a lot of meetings in nassau. they also met some other places to that committee. Meetings navarine is in different places like that and they were quartered throughout the town but they did a lot of their meetings at nassau. Yes one would ask you why the heck would turn stones invite the continental congress to come to princeton. Put a strain on princeton. They didn't have enough buildings to quarter all these men. They're going to have to rent rooms. You know and people's houses and things like that and they actually got people princeton to write up a list of what they were willing to donate in terms of space desks. Whatever might be for the congress. Delegates to.

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"nassau hall" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

03:54 min | 5 months ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"And that becomes a focal point at people's understanding about a place but yet the story is so much bigger than that for those people especially the aftermath of battle the armies and the people are left clean right right and in this particular case in princeton also the preliminaries to the battle riche occupation. What just wasn't january third a month long experience for the people of princeton before all that at the outset of the actual war what was life like living in princeton new jersey. Princeton was probably a relatively quiet town. It wasn't too big but it was on a main road between the arkansas adelphia. Between new england southern colonies for that matter because it was almost halfway between new york and philadelphia. It was a very convenient stage coach. Stop an overnight stop in some cases and so you had a lot of people travelling through town yet several taverns to accommodate travelers and then it also had the college college attracted visitors as well as students coming and going and all of that. It was nowhere near as big a university as princeton university today but it was right in the center of town and was key point. the town. Nassau hall was but landmark of the village of princeton on a hill and was very visible from a long way away which is the other element of christmas is farm country but little village surrounded by farmland. So there's a lot of cleared land. Visibility was a lot more distant than we think of today. The people in princeton were not all of a homogeneous background. There is diversity and religion between presbyterians and quakers for example most of the people who had settled in princeton. Were of english ancestry. But there were a few french. You cannot send digestion. Germans things like that and then there's also of course in african african-american population there is slavery in princeton. Generally no more than one or two slaves per household but still slavery. Sure so. I think that is a little bit of an introduction to the town. Princeton was we would today call. Central jersey was somewhat close to the dividing line between east and west jersey. Yet talk about that a little bit. The odds right on the line between east and west jersey are there had been two colonies. He stirs in west jersey. There is somewhat of a land dispute between the proprietor proprietary colonies and there some land disputes. So several attempts were made to draw a line on the map between the two may simply to settle land disputes. So there's a province line shop rating the keith. Line is one of those very prominent one when the two colonies came together as one colony of new jersey. Princeton was right on that keith line. East jersey and west jersey had developed a little bit differently from each other older english background. There was also a major dutch influence in east jersey. Particularly up in the northeast part near new york city. West jersey was more influenced by philadelphia and quaker population. There cranston was right smack in the middle which was not bad because economically. It was a pretty good spot but it did mean that there was a fair amount of diversity in town which for many of the people like john..

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"nassau hall" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

04:54 min | 8 months ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by dr stephen. Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of christianity. This is our story. family history. Let's get started. Aaron burr senior was born on january. Four seventeen sixteen. His family emigrated to the new world in sixteen twenty five. They settled in the town of fairfield. Connecticut fairfield was about fifty miles above new york city and it was right along the coast of the atlantic ocean. Well as a young man aaron. Burr went off to yale. He graduated in seventeen thirty five at the age of nineteen. He stayed new haven through the end of the seventeenth thirties. And into the early years of the seventeen forties. This was a very crucial time. In new england. And in fact in all of the american colonies in the mid seventeenth thirties. There were the revivals in the connecticut river valley and they were certainly all around new haven and then in the early years of the seventeen forties was the great awakening. This was a very formative time. Not only for the colonies but for aaron burr senior. While he was there in new haven he was essentially apprenticed to james pierpont. Pierpont was the father of sarah who was the life of jonathan edwards. He was also minister of the prominent church there on the town green in new haven and he was one of the founders of yale university. Well pierpont lead. Aaron burr senior into learning about the pastoral ministry and also about a burr co wrote a grammar on latin. It was entitled a complete introduction to the latin tongue but aaron burr with make his mark in the town of elizabeth new jersey. Now they're in this town. He often dickinson essentially moved princeton university. Into what we could call phase to phase one was the log college days and that was founded by the tenants and it was very much part of the great awakening and of that spirit and ethos phase two was the establishment of the log. Colleges princeton dickinson was the first president. He served for only one year and died in seventeen. Forty seven so aaron burr who had been a professor took over and was the second president. Aaron burr moved the university from elizabeth. New jersey to princeton is about thirty five miles away to the southwest. In seventeen fifty. Six aaron burr oversaw the construction and the dedication of nassau hall that massive building. Which at the time was the largest building in the american colonies back in seventeen fifty two aaron burr married esther and her last name was edwards. She was indeed the daughter of sarah and jonathan esther edwards burr. She and aaron burr senior had two children first sara. They called her. Sally and secondly aaron burr junior. Who would go on to be. America's third vice president and also killed alexander hamilton in a duel. But that's for another time. Well in seventeen fifty seven the governor of new jersey belcher who had also been the governor of massachusetts died and so he was buried in massachusetts and the funeral was held there and burrow was asked to give the funeral sermon. He traveled up to massachusetts in through this journey. He contracted fever. He'd been overworked fatigued in the combination. Did him in. On september twenty fourth seventeen fifty seven at age of forty one years old. Aaron burr senior died well the prior year. He gave a sermon to the new york. Synod of the presbytery was gathered in newark. New jersey and in that sermon on isaiah. Twenty one entitled the watchman's answer to the question. What of the night. Aaron burr senior reaches back into the experience of the early church the experience back in the third and fourth century and he says it was a time that the church was reduced by extremities by cruel persecutions and by the intent utterly destroy the christian name and costs then aaron burr senior says this but the church's extremity is god's opportunity. God begins to make bear his arm visibly to a spouse the cause of his distressed people. Well that's a sermon from aaron burr. Senior i'm stephen. Nicholson thanks for joining us. For five minutes purchased for more information or to listen to past episodes please visit five minutes in church. History.

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"nassau hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To enter PhD programs and strive to join the professorial There are dozens of proposals that, if implemented, would lead to civil war on campus and road even further public confidence in how elite institutions of higher education operate. Some examples reward the invisible work done by faculty of color with coarse relief and summer salary. Faculty of color hired at the junior level should be guaranteed One additional semester of sabbatical and provide additional human resource is for the support of junior faculty of color. It boggles my mind that anyone would advocate giving people extraordinarily privileged people let me point out Princeton professors, extra perks for no reason other than their pigmentation. Then he goes through the letter in detail and talked about how stupid letter is because it is indeed a stupid letter. He says. I defy any of my colleagues to argue persuasively that you funding campus Police is a good idea. Even idyllic Princeton they called for the ending of police. I defy anyone who signed that letter directly or indirectly to send his or her Children to college or university. Without campus security. Fantasizing you could do without the police is the height of arrogant privilege. Independence of thought is considered the hallmark of academia. But everyone deserves it in the United States. Thank heavens, freedom to think for oneself is still right. Not a privilege to my colleagues who signed the faculty letter. If you signed it independently and thoughtfully good for you, I hereby solemnly publish and declare my own declaration. He basically said, I disagree. The letter the letter stupid. Hey. The blowback has been somewhat severe. So Claire Lehman Who writes for collection, one of the editors over there. She points out that the president of Princeton and Christopher eyes, Gruber has condemned the peace and the administration is now investigating the piece. Investigating at the peace According to the daily Princetonian, five days after its publication, President Christopher Eyes Gruber, 1983. Class of 83 joined a growing chorus of faculty students and alone in publicly condemning Professor Joshua Cats for a column. In which he characterized the Black Justice League, a student activist group as a terrorist organization. Well free speech permits. Students and faculty make arguments that are bold, provocative or even offensive. We all have an obligation to exercise that right responsibly, said eyes. Gruber. Joshua Katz has failed to do so. I object personally and strongly to his false description of a Princeton student group as a local terrorist organization. By ignoring the critical distinction between lawful protest in unlawful violence. Dr. Katz is unfairly disparaged members of the Black Justice League students who protested and spoke about controversial topics, but neither threatened nor committed any violent act. Okay, Here's what it actually says in the letter about that, just in case you're wondering what actually says in the letter, according to the original original letter, they said, acknowledge, credit and incentivizing anti racist student activism. Such acknowledgement should, in the minimum take the form of reparative action, beginning with a former a formal public university apology to the members of the Black Justice League in their allies. So here's what cats originally wrote. The Black Justice League, which was active on campus from 2014 until 2016 was a small local terrorist organization and made life miserable for the many, including the many black students who did not agree with his members demands. Recently, I watching Instagram live of one of its alumni leaders, who, emboldened by recent events and egged on by over 200 supporters were baying for blood presided over what was effectively a struggle session against one of her former classmates. One of his former classmates was one of most evil things I've ever witnessed. And I do not say this lightly. Okay, so apparently by calling me Black Justice League, a terrorist organization. This means that he must now be condemned Condemned I mean, Like what? Seriously. Again. The idea here is that he is a bad band man for using a label that is constantly used, like frequently used in a lot of writing to describe everything from tea partiers to people you just disagree with generally. So I mean, pretty pretty amazing stuff. So Princeton is now investigating him. They're not investigating him. University spokesperson Ben Chang said the separate statement the administration will quote be looking into this matter further. So this is very, very bad, very bad. Said that the By the way. Oh, this is this is so classic. The live videos host. The life of his host was a transgender person. So cats miss gender of the person in the column. So apparently, that's really bad, too. That's super terrible as well. Cats to claim multiple requests, responded questions. He did send as yet unpublished 800 word statement. B. J. L was found in 2016 by a group of black students demanded the university taking anti racist action getting rid of Woodrow Wilson's name from Princeton University buildings. In 2015 the group of 32 hours sitting in a vise Gruber's office in Nassau Hall is running national attention. CASS is is taking fire from his peers, right? According to Tracy K. Smith, chair of the Lewises Center for the Arts and one of the faculty letter's authors. Cats is taking his lead from Donald Trump from Donald Trump. Hello, Classics Professor Dan El Padilla, Peralta said Cats is flagrant racism makes our case for us. My fury at the op Ed quickly took a backseat to the realization. This is racist distraction intended to divert and disorient those of us who have found common cause in strength and collaborating for a better future. Any cloud and chairman of the African American Studies Department Said that this wasn't about a simple disagreement but a difference in fundamental values. Loud, said Professor Katz, at times in letter seems to not regard people like me as essential features or persons of Princeton. That's the feeling I got from eating letter..

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"nassau hall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To answer PhD programs and strive to join the professorial But there are dozens of proposals that, if implemented, would lead to civil war on campus and road even further public confidence in how elite institutions of higher education operate. Some examples reward the invisible work done by faculty of color with coarse relief and summer salary. Faculty of color hired at the junior level should be guaranteed One additional semester of sabbatical and provide additional human resource is for the support of junior faculty of color. It boggles my mind that anyone would advocate giving people extraordinarily privileged people let me point out Princeton professors, extra perks for no reason other than their pigmentation. Then he goes through the letter in detail in talks about a stupid letter is because it is indeed a stupid letter. He says. I defy any of my colleagues to argue persuasively that you're funding campus Police is a good idea. Even idyllic Princeton they call for the ending of police. I defy anyone who signed that letter directly or indirectly to send his or her Children to college or university. Without campus security. Fantasizing you could do without the police is the height of arrogant privilege. Independence of thought is considered the hallmark of academia. But everyone deserves it in the United States. Thank heavens, freedom to think for oneself is still right. Not a privilege to my colleagues who signed the faculty letter. If you signed it independently and thoughtfully good for you, I hereby solemnly publish and declare my own declaration. He basically said, I disagree. The letter the letter stupid. Hey, the blowback has been somewhat severe. So Claire Lehman Who writes for collection, only one of the others over there. She points out that the president of Princeton and Christopher eyes Gruber has condemned at the peace and the administration is now investigating the piece. Investigating at the peace According to the daily Princetonian, five days after its publication, President Christopher Eyes Gruber, 1983. Lasted 83 join a growing chorus of faculty students and alone in publicly condemning Professor Joshua Cats for a column. In which he characterized the Black Justice League, a student activist group as a terrorist organization. Well free speech permits students and faculty to make arguments that are bold, provocative or even offensive. We all have an obligation to exercise that right responsibly, said eyes. Gruber. Joshua Katz has failed to do so. I object personally and strongly to his false description of a Princeton student group as a local terrorist organization. By ignoring the critical distinction between lawful protest in unlawful violence. Dr. Katz is unfairly disparaged members of the Black Justice League students who protested and spoke about controversial topics, but neither threatened nor committed any violent act. Okay, Here's what it actually says in the letter about that, just in case you're wondering what actually says in the letter. So, according to the original original letter, they said, acknowledge, credit and incentivizing anti racist student activism. Such acknowledgement should, in the minimum take the form of reparative action, beginning with a former a formal public university apology to the members of the Black Justice League in their allies. So here's what cats originally wrote. The Black Justice League, which was active on campus from 2014 until 2016 was a small local terrorist organization that made life miserable for the many, including the many black students who did not agree with his members demands. Recently, I watching Instagram live of one of its alumni leaders, who, emboldened by recent events and egged on by over 200 supporters were baying for blood presided over what was effectively a struggle session against one of her former classmates. One of his former classmates was one of most evil things I've ever witnessed. And I do not say this lightly. Okay, so apparently by calling me Black Justice League, a terrorist organization. This means that he must now be condemned Condemned I mean, Like what? Seriously. Again. The The idea here is that he is a bad bad man for using a label that is constantly used, like frequently used in a lot of writing to describe everything from tea partiers to people you just disagree with generally. So I mean, pretty pretty amazing stuff. So Princeton is now investigating him. There there now investigating him. University spokesperson Ben Chang said the separate statement the administration will quote be looking into this matter further. So this is very, very bad. Very bad. And the By the way. Oh, this is this is so classic. The live videos host. The live in his house was a transgender person, so cats and miss gender of the person in the column. So apparently, that's really bad, too. That's super terrible as well. Cats to claim multiple requests, responded questions. He did send as yet unpublished 800 word statement. Be jail was founded in 2016 by a group of black students demanded the university take anti racist action getting rid of Woodrow Wilson's name from Princeton University buildings. In 2015 the group of 32 hours sitting in a vise Gruber's office in Nassau Hall is running national attention. CASS is is taking fire from his peers, right? According to Tracy K. Smith, chair of the Lewises Center for the Arts and one of the faculty letter's authors. Cats is taking his lead from Donald Trump from Donald Trump. Hello, Classics Professor Dan El Padilla, Peralta said Cats is flagrant racism makes our case for us. My fury at the op Ed quickly took a backseat to the realization. This is racist distraction intended to divert and disorient those of us who have found common cause and strength in collaborating for a better future. Any cloud and chairman of the African American Studies Department Said that this wasn't about a simple disagreement but a difference in fundamental values. Loud, said Professor Katz, at times in letter seems to not regard people like me as essential features or persons of Princeton. That's the feeling I got from eating letter..

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"nassau hall" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Simone Show 7 10 W. O R K Let's take some calls. 803 2107 10 is the number Let's Goto Wolfgang calling from North Bergen. Wolfgang, How you doing? I think, um, I I'm not too sure about Woodrow Wilson. Now he was. It was a complex guy. When he was in Europe after World War one and let the Big four he specifically instructed his for possible not to have him. Take a picture of him next to Victoria Orlando with the Italian prime minister. He had Wolfgang. I must stop you here since the people Some people are listening in the car. We don't doze off right off the road. How do you know all this? Because I ever 12 credits toward a PhD Oh, my God. Do you watch jeopardy? Why, What shepherd and I many times I get the answers before they do. All right. Let me be honest. I watched jeopardy. I don't know one question. Not any of even the $50 question. I never know The end Is this what's wrong with me? Uh, well, you know, it's just stupid doing a lot of reading. I mean, they all comes out of reading and watching. You know, PBS. Maybe I don't know. All right. Well, you're a very smart guy. Wolfgang. Thanks for calling. Let's go. Teo Peter in Chatham, New Jersey. Hey, Peter. Hey, Markie, you and how are you? Good. Hey, listen. The Trump video. Ah, your defense wass that Well, maybe, you know he didn't hear it. Or it was a really low. I wasn't. No, I don't have a defense. No, it was a mistake. Should've watched the whole thing. I've made that mistake A couple of times. Do you think he watched any of it? Yeah. You think you want any of it? Okay. Well, here's the thing if you watch it again. The, uh, the white power. Ah comment. 1st 10 seconds, 10 seconds. Okay, Then I think maybe we'll go with it. We'll go with the job. Bartlet when he didn't have the sound, I'm at the beginning. And what I know. I know he heard it. 10 seconds. Even I don't think I don't think he heard it because he's not a racist. We know that I've known the guy 25 years. I mean, I could give you a ton of evidence proving just the opposite. So he's not a racist. He wouldn't tweet something. If he heard white power in it. He's also a professional politician. He's not stupid, you know that would cause them problems. But if it was in the 1st 10 seconds would you agree he heard it. No, not at all. Not at all. Really? No. Okay, you know, hang hang on. We'll get your number because we're going to get you booked on morning, Joe. You would fit in there, right? You'd be perfect on this morning show the angry guy who thinks everything He thinks he's a racist. He gets in rainy stupidities. I'm just using you. I'm just your car. Okay, well, the logic is since he's not a racist has never been anything close to it. Hey, wouldn't tweet something like that, And also he's a professional politician. He would realize that would cause problems so That would be the logical thing. But anyway, thanks for calling. Let's go to Ah, uh, Jerry and Mercer County, a Jerry Hey, Mark. Good morning. Enjoy the show. Thank you for your sanity over the Over the last couple of months. I wanted to comment on the Woodrow Wilson School. This's if I hear this name Woodrow Wilson one more time. Why did I bring the market? It's indicative of a problem like that. I just retired last year when the last project was Monument they put up That was a dedicated on it was decided on by the Woodrow Wilson Legacy Committee. What happened a few years ago. Did you imagine this is worse than being on the condo board? I'm on the Woodrow Wilson Legacy Committee. Wait a second with wrong with this. What's wrong with the sole issue here's major Ivy League schools in the country. Was president. He was president. There was governor of New Jersey is president. I don't agree with Woodrow Wilson one bit. But they a lot of African Americans form this committee after thes young radicals took over Nassau Hall a few years ago. They formed a committee. They said. What do we do? Wait a few seconds. So what's what's What's the bottom line? Okay, so basically, they decided on putting up this monument now because the protests they caved, and it's very upsetting because That's a good good point. Thanks for calling. You know if the future Roosevelt statue? No. Listen, it's been in front of that museum for a 1,000,000 years. Nobody ever complained about it. Nobody ever said a word. I am sure the Princeton University people tell you nobody ever called him and complain that Woodrow Wilson Hall or whatever it is, But I think the name should come down just because we don't want to hear about Woodrow Wilson anymore to you. That's enough. You're right. To be honest. I think if he came back from the dead and a PR guy called you and said Woodrow Wilson is available for an interview, would you want to do it? I don't think so. I mean, what would I ask him? What was it like being dead all those years? What's it like down there? Woodrow Wilson, if you had a name like the most boring president Ever. Millard Fillmore, Woodrow Wilson. This being your top two. Anyway, we come back. Michael Goodwin will be with us. What do we do about Mayor de Blasio? He is without question. The worst thing that ever happened in New York City. Powerful Michael Goodwin COLUMN yesterday. We'll talk to him about it next on 7 10 W O R Let's get the latest news. Here's Joe Bartlet already mark Indoor dining could be delayed in New York City was supposed to begin as early as Monday. But Governor Cuomo tells New York one he's worried because of large protests that went on Mayor de Blasio siding with the governor on this 1 may put a pause to that. Malls have reopened in New Jersey. A 50% capacity limit and masks are required. The food court's remain closed NYPD coming under attack. Cops responded to reports of shots fired in Harlem early yesterday and were pelted with garbage and the Supreme Court, striking down a strict Louisiana abortion law of 54 decision a big win for advocates of abortion rights. The Chief Justice John Roberts, voting with the four liberals on the court. The law placed strict restrictions on doctors who offer abortion services in Louisiana. But the high court has struck that down. Next update Coming at 11 breaking news that one start today with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning 6 to 10 tomorrow. I'm Joe Bartlett on 7 10.

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"nassau hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Then attacking the garrison at dawn Washington has a problem the British actually had a spy in washing his rates at the time that's five funneled information to colonel Johann raw and Trenton they wanted him to be alert but wrong was pumped up by the British victories in the past few months and he dismissed the threat to let them come why defenses will go down with the bayonet that was not Rawls only warning to American deserters we're afraid that Washington is going to attack and fail told Rall an attack was coming other Tories American sympathizes with the British said the same thing but Haitians didn't do anything because they figured the building storm you'd be crazy to cross this river they weren't totally wrong it would take a crazy person across the freezing rain river in the middle of the night in the middle of a quasi hurricane that crazy guy was George Washington it pushes men across the river get them bring along eighteen can in some way nearly two thousand pounds and then even though he was three hours behind schedule he pushed the mine when he was told that one of his generals was worried at the wet had already ruined the gun powder for the canon Washington reply tell general Sullivan he's the band that I resolve to take Trenton still Washington's plan was nearly foiled one more time what a small American force preemptively attacked threatened by accident but after all fought it off he thought he was done for the day not so much Washington's forces quickly forced roles surrender then Washington retreated back into Pennsylvania interesting side note one of the only Americans wounded during the battle was getting James Monroe who nearly bled to death he later became the fifth president of the United States if you know the famous portrait of Washington crossing the Delaware that's what I'm holding the flag in that portrait the victory at Trenton was just the beginning of the counter strike just a few days after defeating the Haitians in Trenton the British came after Washington now they were led by general Charles Cornwallis legal one remember because he becomes important later corn Wallace decided that the best way to defeat Washington was to attack in by pinning him to the Delaware River the river is back Washington had other ideas to use a trick of angst in battle Washington was fond of using sort of biblical tracks Washington kept campfires burning all night to deceive corn Wallace into thinking that the Americans had remained in their position then he let his entire force around the British toward their supply lines the defenders of Princeton on the British side have been called by corn Wallace to attack Washington so the supply lines ran through Princeton and all of the British were told to attack Washington so they kind of left abandoned washing away right around them right Princeton when they spot in Washington they try to raise him back to Princeton and initially they exceeded not only that they put the Americans to retreat brigadier general Hugh Mercer is line was broken himself was bayoneted repeatedly a lot of the British actually thought that this American general Hugh Mercer was Washington they thought they'd killed Washington then Washington stepped in really took command his own a John fitzgerald thought Washington would almost certainly be shot to death Washington itself is only ninety feet from the British lines ninety feet the distance from home to first base riding his white horse to be standing out he shouted to his men parade with us my brave fellows there's been a handful of the enemy and we shall have them directly and then Washington takes off on his horse toward the only ones chatting it's a fine fox chase my boys the guy was just about as a man what is there is it that the battle ends on the Princeton University campus the British actually hold up in Nassau hall according to legend the only surrender when an American cannonball sell directly through the head of King George the second in a portrait hanging on the wall those victories were followed by a bunch of bad defeats for for Washington and that was a brand new one in Germantown the former battle resulted in the British occupying Philadelphia but the battle did establish a crucial factor the American army was not going away and Washington handle the army with a will of iron he took seriously Frederick the great injunction issued deserters I Callard Washington wrote when taught to believe that he breaks his ranks we will be punished with death by his own party we'll take a chance against the enemy a few years later when Washington face down a mutiny he actually instructed is currently should the insurrectionist is I wish you to compel the mutineers went conditional submission more decisively you are able to act the better but here's the thing about Washington it wasn't just that he was compelling people wasn't a Stalin at Stalingrad telling the Russians they better charges gonna shoot them all new that Washington was leading them as well during the winter of seventeen seventy seven on the heels of defeat Washington led his men on a March to Valley Forge and twenty miles north of Philadelphia but in Washington state with them through the snow and cold he drove them improve them with the help of young French noble in French nobleman a marking the Lafayette and Baron Friedrich von Steuben his men did not proper clothing a third of them had no shoes as quartermaster said get only twenty five barrels of flour and a bit of salt pork for the entire army at the time Washington writes the president of the Continental Congress he says entire army my dissolves typhoid and dysentery run rampant through the camp some two thousand American troops die during the course of the winter and then there's another legend I guess a legend in just one second but first you need the perfect gifts for this holiday season what is it more of me one of us are here over the daily wire not not a daily wire.

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"nassau hall" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past asked traveled back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. This is our story family history. Let's get started. Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history on this episode. I'm on location in Virginia and we're here to talk about the missionary or possible to Virginia's he was known Samuel Davies. Samuel Davies was born on November the third seventeen twenty three three as a young man. He was educated at Blair's log college. This is Samuel Blair. This is in Chester County Pennsylvania Blair's log college. It was modeled after the original log college of the tenants over in the shamanic Pennsylvania that of course became Princeton University but this is Blair's log college. When he was finished with his education he was ordained as a minister in seventeen forty seven at the age of twenty four and the presbytery sent him to Hanover County Virginia George Whitfield had gone through Hanover county in seventeen forty five and so are they sent along Samuel Davies to help some of those seeds that had been sown grow. The ten years that Samuel Davies was there from seventeen seventeen forty-seven through the end of seventeen fifty seven those years are known as the years of the Hanover revivals was during that time that Davies I started seven churches and he pastored those seven churches he taught many not only of the whites here in Virginia but also African Americans some slaves freed African Americans he taught Indians he wanted to establish a college log college like he had been trained at but he just wasn't able to all of those seven churches so we had a college on wheels he would carry along in his wagon books and he would just give out books to various students young men who showed promise in the church to be trained as he would go from church to church well in seventeen. I'm fifty three for two years. He took a hiatus from his ministry here in Virginia and joined Gilbert tenant to go to England on a fundraising tour for for the College of New Jersey which would come to be called Princeton. It was a very successful fundraising tour and they were able to raise enough money to build Nassau Hall aw there on the campus of Princeton and when it was built it was the largest building an all of the American colonies and Samuel Davies helped raise the money seventeen fifty nine year before the death of Jonathan Edwards as president of Princeton the trustees of Princeton invite Samuel Davies to come and be the president. He arrives sometime in the fall of seventeen fifty nine. He serves there for about eighteen months and he dies in seventeen eighteen sixty one of consumption as we look at Samuel Davies Life. We can see five things that marked his life. I was his oratory. Sorry he was quite a speaker. Patrick Henry would come in here. Samuel Davies preaches often as he could because he was just so impressed by his rhetorical skill skill and how he could just hold an audience and how he could be so persuasive with the spoken word. Secondly is religious liberty. This was an Anglican colony. He was a dissenter he was illegal here in Virginia and he constantly had to petition for his presence in for or these churches that he had planted to be established he would argue in the capital at Williamsburg based on the sixteen eighty nine act of tolerate that there should be religious freedom here in the colonies. Thomas Jefferson used his arguments to later argue for religious liberty. He was committed education should not only training students here as he pastored these churches but also as president of Princeton. He was a poet he wrote many poems. He wrote a hymn who who is a pardoning. God like the or who has grace so rich and free and finally he was a preacher he preached for the conversion and the salvation of men well that is Samuel Davies the apostle to Virginia born on November third seventeen twenty three died died on February four seventeen sixty one and I'm Steve Nichols. Thanks for listening to five minutes churches for more ordination or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in Church history dot com.

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An Introduction to the Life of Samuel Davies

5 Minutes in Church History

04:20 min | 2 years ago

An Introduction to the Life of Samuel Davies

"On this episode. I'm on location in Virginia and we're here to talk about the missionary or possible to Virginia's he was known Samuel Davies. Samuel Davies was born on November the third seventeen twenty three three as a young man. He was educated at Blair's log college. This is Samuel Blair. This is in Chester County Pennsylvania Blair's log college. It was modeled after the original log college of the tenants over in the shamanic Pennsylvania that of course became Princeton University but this is Blair's log college. When he was finished with his education he was ordained as a minister in seventeen forty seven at the age of twenty four and the presbytery sent him to Hanover County Virginia George Whitfield had gone through Hanover county in seventeen forty five and so are they sent along Samuel Davies to help some of those seeds that had been sown grow. The ten years that Samuel Davies was there from seventeen seventeen forty-seven through the end of seventeen fifty seven those years are known as the years of the Hanover revivals was during that time that Davies I started seven churches and he pastored those seven churches he taught many not only of the whites here in Virginia but also African Americans some slaves freed African Americans he taught Indians he wanted to establish a college log college like he had been trained at but he just wasn't able to all of those seven churches so we had a college on wheels he would carry along in his wagon books and he would just give out books to various students young men who showed promise in the church to be trained as he would go from church to church well in seventeen. I'm fifty three for two years. He took a hiatus from his ministry here in Virginia and joined Gilbert tenant to go to England on a fundraising tour for for the College of New Jersey which would come to be called Princeton. It was a very successful fundraising tour and they were able to raise enough money to build Nassau Hall aw there on the campus of Princeton and when it was built it was the largest building an all of the American colonies and Samuel Davies helped raise the money seventeen fifty nine year before the death of Jonathan Edwards as president of Princeton the trustees of Princeton invite Samuel Davies to come and be the president. He arrives sometime in the fall of seventeen fifty nine. He serves there for about eighteen months and he dies in seventeen eighteen sixty one of consumption as we look at Samuel Davies Life. We can see five things that marked his life. I was his oratory. Sorry he was quite a speaker. Patrick Henry would come in here. Samuel Davies preaches often as he could because he was just so impressed by his rhetorical skill skill and how he could just hold an audience and how he could be so persuasive with the spoken word. Secondly is religious liberty. This was an Anglican colony. He was a dissenter he was illegal here in Virginia and he constantly had to petition for his presence in for or these churches that he had planted to be established he would argue in the capital at Williamsburg based on the sixteen eighty nine act of tolerate that there should be religious freedom here in the colonies. Thomas Jefferson used his arguments to later argue for religious liberty. He was committed education should not only training students here as he pastored these churches but also as president of Princeton. He was a poet he wrote many poems. He wrote a hymn who who is a pardoning. God like the or who has grace so rich and free and finally he was a preacher he preached for the conversion and the salvation of men well that is Samuel Davies the apostle to Virginia born on November third seventeen twenty three died died on February four seventeen sixty one and I'm Steve Nichols. Thanks for listening to

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"nassau hall" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"A victory washington strikes next through stealth big victory for americans coming up wolverines general george washington army crosses he icy delaware on christmas day seventeen seventy six over the course of the next ten days wins two crucial battles friday american revolution dude is fighting for free doesn't even take off christmas and the battle of trenton on december twenty six washington defeats a formidable garrison impassioned mercenaries before withdrawing line about nine hundred prisoners were taken fund battled trend in fact during the battle alexander hamilton of musical fame the first secretary united states treasury fires cannons british troops blockaded at nassau hall the main building the college of new jersey now princeton three years earlier hamilton apply to the college but been rejected how fun would that be a huge rejected when he has permission and take courses don't pay and they denied it how phone that'd be then the fire kennett set of college the rejected you were so for a lot of how this how this cannibal base will you allow if you mother fuckers week later washing returns the trend allure british forces south then executes daring night march the capture printed on january third in this battle washington famously wrote forward on his white horse as he led his soldiers in a successful counterattacked against the british at one point watches no more than thirty yards when the british line that's fucking crazy he's he's three first downs away when the british he wasn't easy target despite the widespread fears the he could be shut down at any moment washington was heard yelling at his troops parade with me my find photos we will have them soon yeah these victories restarted reasserting american control of much of new jersey greatly improved the morale and unity the colonial army and militias one might even say these victories kept the struggle for independence alive the fight to creighton independent nation veto pen continued is well on january eighteenth seventeen seventy seven congress now sitting in baltimore maryland or that's signed copies of the declaration of independence printed by mary catherine goddard of baltimore be sent all the colonial states the fighting continues with several battles occurring up including including only battling connecticut the battle of richfield then on june fourteen seventeen seventy seven the nation adopts the first stars and stripes on june fourteenth continental congress adopts the following his part of their flag resolution that the flag of the united states beat that team stripes ultimate red and white that the union be thirteen stars white in bluefield representing a new constellation you hey hey hey battles in skirmishes go back and forth in the summer of seventy seven occurred in pennsylvania new york vermont maryland september twenty six seventeen seventy seven the british under the leadership of how a occupy philadelphia dammit yeah hey hey his his campaign philadelphia have you gone quite badly for american forces washington in the continental army suffered successor defeats the battles brandy wine in the battle of paley the left philadelphia defenseless after the seizures of the revolutionary capitol by charles cornwallis on september twenty six seventy and seventy seven william how left three thousand foreigners sixty two men to defend it and move nine thousand seven honored and twentyeight manta germantown five miles north determined to locate and destroyed american forces how establishes quarters at stanton pennsylvania with house forces us divided washington saw an opportunity to confront front the british he decided to attack the british garrison in germantown at the last effort of the

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"nassau hall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:42 min | 3 years ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hello. I'm David Carradine. Welcome to Princeton University in New Jersey here in the United States, which may seem a strange place to be making a program about the Oxford dictionary of national biography, we'll get to that in a minute. But first let me remind you that in the last program we heard about the early days of the dictionary of national ball Griffey set up by London publisher George Murray. Smith was a national project for a country with a great empire and many of those whose lives were recorded at made their name far from Britain shows as viceroys governors general a soldiers as missionaries as traders and even as revolutionary as well as being editor of what is now the Oxford dictionary of national biography, I'm also a professor of history here at Princeton University. And I'm constantly reminded of the injunction of the original editor, Leslie, Stephen that from the outset. He wanted the dictionary include Americans who were also. So British subjects. Smith Robert seventeen twenty two to seventeen seventy seven carpenter and architect. Born at lugged a hamlet eight miles southwest of Edinburgh on the fourteenth of January seventeen twenty two. He first comes to light in Philadelphia in seventeen forty nine working for the governor of Pennsylvania James Hamilton that he's showing new suburban establishment Bush hill seventeen forty nine to fifty one. Robert Smith was the quintessential immigrant achiever by the seventeen sixty s he was involved in all Philadelphia's major church building project and by that stage already designed and built this huge structure at the center of Princeton University campus, Nassau it's covered in Ivy appropriate for the headquarters of an Ivy league university. I'm now walking up the steps, it's a grand entrance and here. One of the walls at the side of the grand entrance is an engraved plaque. Which reads as follows this building erected in seventeen fifty six by the college of New Jersey a name Nassau hall in honor of king. William the third wall seized by British forces for military purposes in seventeen seventy six this is all very fine. But the thing is you'll be pretty hard pressed, call Robert Smith, a great and loyal and patriotic Britain. He designed a system of underwater obstructions which delayed for many weeks. Occupation of Philadelphia by the British severely damaging their warped. Right. This way. I've just come inside Nestle hall, and here in the very grand lobby list of many wars, and one of the first that I notice of the names of people who fought in the revolutionary war on the American side against the British one of the main recorded here is that James Witherspoon who is certainly to be found in the Oxford dictionary of national biography and in this program, I want to introduce you to more of these national international figures. Let me continue these international seen by introducing you to a Princeton graduate student, John. Who's recently produced a new life for the dictionary. On the subject of somebody named Ernest Osborne Ernest Osborne was born in eighteen ninety one in Christ's church. New Zealand the son of emigrants from London he was trained as a journalist, but ended up becoming a central figure in the spread of broadcast radio to East Asia. He founded some of the first radio stations in Tokyo. Shanghai, Hong Kong Macau Manila, and in Singapore on the twenty third of January nineteen Twenty-three Osborne's new Radio Corporation of China transmitted. China's first commercial radio broadcast three days later the station. Pro cost political manifesto by the Chinese revolutionary. Dr Sonia marking radio's first foray into the world of far eastern politics. Financially Osborne's venture was not a success. He was arrested on fraud charges by one of his disgruntled investors. So this is a global life, which is a British global life by virtue of his parents who were British and it's global lack because of all this time. He spends going around the great cities of Asia. And then it returns to being British life because he goes back to Britain after all of these ventures have failed for one reason or another. And then what does he or she do in Britain in the last phase of his life? He's listed as a steel merchant for awhile. And then he tries to set up a travel agency in Paris, but he supported from France because he's wanted on charges of fraud in London and ends up spending a great deal time in jail. So interesting because he's a figure of genuine historical significance in the history of radio in the history of mass culture in the history of the British empire. But he's also a crook and a criminal, but that doesn't prevent him from being in the Odeon be in fact, taken with all the other aspects of. He's life. Eight helps us understand why. He's there like many early radio, man. He was a bit of a rogue one of the things that's very remarkable. Indeed. I think unique about the Oxford dictionary of national biography and about the dictionary of national ball graffiti that it succeeded was that although that word national is in the title the nation in question was never defined. What are your thoughts on that? In the light of this entry that you've written on this extraordinary man who lives most of his life, a very long way from Britain that who was a British subject and who died in Britain. Well, I think that's incredibly apropos to this man's life. Since he kept British nationality in a life on three or four continents across many, countries and borders, but he always remained a part of the British system and a creature of the British empire. And he died penniless in shortage. So John is an American historian of China, but has written an entry on somebody in the Oxford dictionary of national ball Griffey, and you can't get much more cosmopolitan or international. Than that. And yet cosmopolitanism and British overseas influence take different forms in the DNB true, married. Name Baker Kathleen Mary nine hundred ninety one to nineteen fifty seven five colleges. I was born at cleave house Windermere road. Leigh Lancashire on sixth of November nine hundred ninety one. What you're hearing is a ceremony which occurs every year in Japan to thank Kathleen, drew university of Manchester for a paper, she'd written as part of her psychology studies, you can get the workings of algae impact on the far east, and particularly on Japan was enormous and yet was made without traveling there. That's her entry in the DNB explains. She just stabbed is how poor fire or Nori might be cultivated in Japan for fire had been a food source for over two thousand years and probably the first seaweed reading cultivation before her work. Norway cultivation depended on poles on which the seaweed was grown being naturally seated poor harvests in the late nineteen forties and a massive typhoon in nineteen fifty one led to the collapse of the industry. However, Japanese scientists recognize the significance of her findings and succeeded in cultivating Nori artificially Japan was in crisis and for four years. It was on the edge of starvation Japanese really needs to be up to feed themselves feed themselves pretty quickly. And Nari was one of the ways that they managed to do this Alistair Munro of the Tokyo national Graduate Institute for policy. Studies the Japan based food writer Elizabeth and he's also. Aware of the importance of Dr Drew's work the biggest difference in Dr Drew's contribution is an understanding the mechanism by which the actual plant grows, and therefore being able to accelerate that particular process and up until that point it had been left to nature more recent to interest in sushi and rolled sushi. And the fact that it's left Japan. I'm sure that most people will be surprised to learn that a British woman was the one to enable that to happen. Once the life cycle of poor fire was understood large scale cultivation and harvesting became possible, and the modern Nouri industry was affected. Lebron ingratitude Japanese set up a memorial to the mother of the C they call her an ongoing, which is a person to whom you're indebted. It's quite an old word and people don't use it very often anymore. But it's a very powerful word. And it means that they feel a real indebtedness to hold for host. Anthropologists joy Hendry. The scope of the people who appear in the dictionary has led to an equally wide ranging recruitment of contributors. We have a very global authorship probably fifty sixty countries. I think the last count we have about twelve thousand contributors may be eight thousand based in this country about four thousand abroad. Britain has always been quite a globalized country. So from the earliest times, the dictionary has reflected that international context. Alex may is one of the Odeon B's research editors and indeed that globalism was evident on the very first page of the very first volume of the original dictionary. They probably came as something of a shock to Victorian readers to discover that Jack Abadi hadn't been born in Britain. All yes, she came from south western France before making a name for himself in the church of Ireland. But as we heard in the last program, the content and scale of the entries has changed dramatically over the years, particularly in terms of gender and occupations and by the late nineteen eighties. The idea of editing and financing another reprint of entire dictionary wasn't expensive and unwieldy prospects. For the publishers Oxford University, press L dandy was a complete mess by that stage. It was a single as said sequence up to ninety eight hundred in one supplement in Nevada. Does. And other supplements and volume of missing persons. It was very difficult to find anybody, and none of the main content had ever been revised. So that everything up to nine thousand nine hundred was in one hundred year old articles one hundred year old scholarship. More importantly, Robert Fabre was director.

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"nassau hall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The 85 essays that form the federal is papers were written by him and look at this biography again aid to camp to then general george washington the nation's first treasury secretary the founder of the federal is party our nation's financial system the united states coast guard and the new york post something could created the first bond but could we have ever done in this country without that and what was it and what an what a financial genius i wanted to leave with just one little thing i'm reading seventeen seventy six and there's not much written this book about hamilton but this little paragraph which owns caught my attention it's about some battles and here's what was written washington had reined in his horse and called off to pursue another part of the army had entered the town with some two hundred of the british garrison there and barricaded themselves inside the large stone main building of the cottage nassau hall when captain alexander hamilton and his artillerymen fired a few rounds into the building the red coats gave up he was also a warrior folks in the heart of war fighting the british when it mattered with all on the line this is likely to be and this is our american story the the the the book book.

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"nassau hall" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:31 min | 5 years ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Play of the no who is brothers not is because you have cody already adrian in your way as of right manly already qualities of yeah right there embarrassed by his blink prejudices a few have demanded that is name be strip from princeton elite or grow wilson's school of government as chasing news points out well i'm says the story the princeton university where but you kids are protesting the scene in presidents office upset about the fact that would drill wilson is the name one of the college is within the university we got yeah absolutely guys wednesday princeton university members and supporters of student groups black it just this league walked out of class to protest racism if they believe is that they're school they should have to the office at the university president and nassau hall to demand at the name of would durable cb stripped off every building program title in a mural in the dining hall beer move alright well i and a big one being time it's as wilson college the wilcox dining hall is right inside and have peek to windows and guess what nice big would you're a wilson year old but the battle doesn't stop at princeton there are many other schools fighting the same battle across the country as the dc reports the growing movement to find new happily fans for buildings landmarks and even bodies of water named after confederate leaders his finally expanded to reach would roll wilson america's twenty eighth president history teacher it would role wilson highs portland oregon is monte in for the spoiled the changes may the teacher you now as been calling for a new named for wilson i for several months the history teacher wrote in an april twenty second email to all staffers we'd have to be ignorance about history to continue to affiliate ourselves with this man yeah most still seemed to excuse him in much the same way the excuse the of or and behavior of people like bill clinton donald trump or robert bird simply because these people represented ideology that they support never is this more apparent than in the case of would row wilson here for example is an all too typical description of him from the none partisan university of virginia is miller center one drew wilson was one of america's.

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"nassau hall" Discussed on KGAB

KGAB

02:08 min | 5 years ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on KGAB

"Demanded that is named be strip from princeton elite or grow wilson's school of government as chasing news points out well i'm says the story the princeton university where budget kids are protesting the scene in presidents office upset about the fact that would drill wilson is the name of one of the college is within the university we got yeah absolutely guys ones that christian university members and supporters of student drew black justice lead walked out of class to protest racism if they believe is that they're school they should have to the office at the university president and nassau hall to demand at the name of would your wilson be stripped off every building program title in a mural in the dining hall be removed alright well i big one big time it's as wilson college the wilcox dining hall is right inside and a peek into windows and guess what nice eight would draw wilson you're not but the battle doesn't stop at princeton there are many other schools fighting the same battle across the country as the dc reports the growing movement to find new happily shines for buildings landmarks and even bodies water named after confederate leaders is finally expanded to reach would roll wilson america's twenty eighth president history teacher it would roll wilson high school in portland oregon his lobbying for this holds the changes may the teacher you know as been calling for a new name for wilson high for several months their history teacher wrote in an april twenty second email to all staffers we'd have to be ignorant about history to continue to affiliate ourselves with this man yet most still seemed to excuse him in much the same way the excuse the aboard and behavior of people like bill clinton donald trump or robert bird simply because these people representing ideology that they support never is this more apparent than in the case of would roll wilson here for example is an all too typical description of him from the none partisan university of virginia.

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"nassau hall" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:12 min | 5 years ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Of those thought only up their own profit it is also included the purposes in both of the state government fun of our nation as a for fo on of man i've been why justin been the best the remarkable progress of our union brothers toward civilization who will both i'm with a one point this is the during the center a ufc it was who will have the face of the military polish on your reservations it ministry should've been be an apparent it been benched for from the militar into the stubble arm with government peyton and industrial painting the government has given you unable goes into the indians men and women if a fan bases in civilization alongside quite may fourth the phones are living in substantial arm houses on their own separate along wins atlanta a fun burns about those one faces of prominent una profession a fun found what worked their way into the also pronger's and into places of responsibility in our speed dimensional government the flip is indian children aren't grown in government and even beaten schoolers the great quite all the no to his brother's to floppy is children because you have cody already patriot in your defense on where use of life qualities of sound have like that embarrassed by his blake prejudices of for you have demanded that his name be strip from princeton elite or grow wilson's school of government as chasing noon disappoints out well i'm says the story the princeton university where but his of protesting this in in the president's office upset about the fact that would drill wilson is the name of one of the college is within the university we got yeah absolutely guys wednesday princeton university members and supporters of student group black just this league walked out of class the protests racism if they believe is that they're school they should have to the office at the university president at nassau hall to demand at the name of woods or wilson be stripped.

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"nassau hall" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:18 min | 5 years ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Of those thought only of their own profit it is also included the purposes in both of the state government fun of our nation as a whole fullerton minute man open justin been approached the remarkable pronger's of our union brothers torn civilization i'm with with i'm open was the fearing the up center a few that's the it was cool with the place of my military polish on your reservations it ministry kind of indian of runs per from the moment the rest of us have no arm of the government good division ended just field creating with government has given you and they both those things have indian men and women if a fan bases elusiveness and alongside fair point may fourth the fountains are living in substantial arm houses on their own separate on wins atlanta under it about that one bases of prominent into profession and some of work their way into the hall's of pronger's and into faces of responsibility you know as the dimensional government perfect it indian children aren't grown in government they've envisioned school the great quite all the no through his brother's not is children afoot for the call you have cody already and you don't have waynes of money manly well qualities of sound every embarrassed by his blink prejudices a few have demanded that his name be strip from princeton elite or grow wilson's school of government as chasing news points out well i'm pleased to story to princeton university where budget kids are protesting the president's office upset about the fact that would drilled wilson is the name one of the college is within the university we got yeah absolutely guys wednesday princeton university members and supporters of student group black justice lead walked out of class to protest racism if they believe his after school they should have to the office at the university president and nassau hall to demand at the name of would you're will cb stripped off every building program title in a mural in the dining hall be removed alright well i a big.

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"nassau hall" Discussed on WTVN 610 AM

WTVN 610 AM

02:30 min | 5 years ago

"nassau hall" Discussed on WTVN 610 AM

"Members and supporters of student group black justice lead walked out of class to protest racism if they believe is that they're school they should have to the office at the university president and nassau hall to demand at the name of would your wilson be stripped off every building program title in a mural in the dining hall be removed alright well i've been under a big one being signed it's as wilson college the wilcox dining hall is right inside and a peek into windows and guess what i found nice what you're a wilson you're all but the battle doesn't stop at princeton there are many other schools fighting the same battle across the country as the dc reports the growing movement to find new happily shines for buildings landmarks and even bodies of water named after confederate leaders is finally expanded to reach would roll wilson america's twentieth president history teacher and would roll wilson high school in portland oregon his lobbying for this holds the changes may the teacher you know as been calling for a new name for wilson high for several months their history teacher wrote in in april twenty second email to all staffers we'd have to be ignorant about history to continue to affiliate ourselves with this man yeah most still seemed to excuse him and much the same way the excuse the aboard and behavior of people like bill clinton donald trump or robert bird simply because these people representing ideology that they support never is this more apparent than in the case of would row wilson here for example is an all too typical description of him from the none partisan university of virginia is miller center one drill wilson was one of america's greatest presents is domestic program expanded the role of the federal government in managing the economy and protecting the interests of citizens is foreign policy established a new vision of america's role in the world and he held to make the white house the center of power in washington most historians rank him among the five most important american presidents along with washington again and the roosevelt's no tell the miller center folks call him one of the greatest not the most consequential which might actually be accurate and also note that they directly tie his greatness to expanding the role of the federal government.

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