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  • Emigration is the act of leaving one's native country or region to settle in another. There are many reasons why people might choose to emigrate. — “Emigration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • emigrated use in phrases and idioms. Idioms with emigrated. emigrated in expressions. Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. — “emigrated - Idioms - by the Free Dictionary, Thesaurus and”,
  • Willemina ten DOLLE, dienstbode, born Winterswijk 25-07-1829, died Gibbsville 24-05-1914, emigrated from Smalbraak, Huppel 35, Winterswijk to Gibbsville, Town of Holland, Sheboygan County, WI, USA in 1847 (source: Lijst met emigranten vanuit Winterswijk, 1837-1851). — “Dutch Genealogy - Winterswijk emigrants - Henxel”,
  • Will Yun Lee, Actor: Die Another Day. Will Yun Lee was born in Arlington, Virginia, to parents recently emigrated from Korea. He was raised by both immediate and extended family and moved often, exposed to life on the tough Bronx streets and. — “Will Yun Lee - IMDb”,
  • English Translation for emigrated - dict.cc German-English Dictionary. — “dict.cc | emigrated | English Dictionary”, dict.cc
  • A band origannly from SCOTLAND and emigrated to australia, one of the best bands of their time. — “Urban Dictionary: emigrated”,
  • emigrated. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search [edit] Verb. emigrated. Simple past tense and past participle of emigrate. Retrieved from ". — “emigrated - Wiktionary”,
  • Definition of emigrated in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of emigrated. Pronunciation of emigrated. Translations of emigrated. emigrated synonyms, emigrated antonyms. Information about emigrated in the free online English dictionary and. — “emigrated - definition of emigrated by the Free Online”,
  • emigration ( ′emə′grāshən ) ( ecology ) The movement of individuals or their disseminules out of a population or population. — “Emigration: West's Encyclopedia of American Law (Full Article”,
  • CRANDALL, William Ray; m'd Unknown, Jane; s/o Paul and Sally (Stillman) Crandall; started emigration in 1852 with parents and siblings but turned back; emigrated again in 1853; stopped at Salt Lake City in 1853 where his son, Buton died that winter. CRAWFORD, Alexander:. — “Emigrants of 1853”,
  • Emigrated. Learn about Emigrated on . Get information and videos on Emigrated including articles on benin travel, burkina faso travel, tracing ancestry and more!. — “Emigrated | Answerbag”,
  • Shop Emigrated Bags. Large selection of unique and funny emigrated designs. 100% satisfaction guarantee. Fast shipping. emigrated bags are just one of the many products available at CafePress. — “Emigrated Bag | Buy Emigrated Tote Bags & Messenger Bags”,
  • The Norse who emigrated were remarkably plastic in terms of adopting other cultures and languages. There were no cultures, however, that both lost as much and gained as much from the Norse raids and emigrations as the Irish. — “The Norse”, wsu.edu
  • Johannes emigrated to America in 1852 with his daughter, Marianna. Johannes emigrated to the United States in 1852 with his daughter, Marianna born 1803. — “Maps of ROLL, Arizona, USA”,
  • Find out why people left England for Canada; why they emigrated when they did; why they settled in a particular part of Canada; the ships they used. — “The Web site for people whose ancestors came to Canada from”,
  • Some of his descendants emigrated to the United States and settled in Missouri. From this group came George Cupit, who with his wife Mary Wickes emigrated to Australia in June, 1797. — “Other Cupit family lines”,
  • We emigrated to South Africa and later to Canada so I went to school in several places. J. Philippe Rushton. Shortly after I was born he emigrated to Durban, where members of my mother's family had settled at the turn of the century, and the rest of the family followed soon thereafter. — “Definition of Emigrated”,
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. Definition of EMIGRATE. intransitive verb : to leave one's place of residence or country to live elsewhere — em·i·gra·tion. — “Emigrated - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster”, merriam-
  • Italian American Cultural Organization Honoring Families Who Emigrated to the Americas from Southern Italy and Sicily. — “ITALIAMERICA - Italian American Culture and Immigration”,
  • Definition of emigrated from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of emigrated. Pronunciation of emigrated. Definition of the word emigrated. Origin of the word emigrated. — “emigrated - Definition of emigrated at ”,

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  • operations and arrangements with the United States government which at that time had tried to absorb many of the useful scientific community from the two countries In 1951 Dussik emigrated to the United States under the program Operation Paperclip
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  • Browsing the electronic archives of this website I ve been successful in founding approximately 50 Papaccios men and women whose names were recorded after their disembarkation As shown in the photo here on the left on line 14 the first recorded Papaccio to Ellis Island is Francesco Papaccio who at the age of 15 years old illiterate paying himself the travel
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  • Uvdal - an ordinary day - with Jim Reeves - Snowflake This is Uvdal on a winter day. Was just moving the camera around for some minutes in various positions, not far from the old medieval stave church :-) Viewers from the United States: Please be aware of the fact that this valley, the Uvdal valley in the bigger Numedal valley, was one of the areas from where a lot of people emigrated to the US, and especially states like Minnesota, North Carolina and North and South Dakota. You may have some roots here :-) The incomparable wooden loft building you can see between 1'03 and 1'10 is actually a very beautiful and well preserved medieval loft, approx. 800 years old. It is privately owned and belongs to the farm of Mellom Husebø (translated into Middle Huseboe Farm in English), but can be seen freely from a public road. On this farm your kids (up to the age of 14) can also enjoy horse riding, courtesy of Stall Numedal (will be The Stable Numedal in English). Participants: Places in Uvdal, Norway. Location: Uvdal, Norway. Spastic low budget camera + editing: Erik Meyn. Executive producer: Knut Morten Bjørnsrud. Production: Numedalsnett AS, Norway. Song: Snowflake (written by Ned Miller). Performer: Jim Reeves. Recorded: On October 15th, 1959. Trivia: Reeves died in a plane crash in July, 1964. Release: This song was released posthumously in 1966. The website for Numedalsnett (Norwegian): The web site for Stall Numedal (The Stable of Numedal) in Norwegian www.stallnumedal.no Norwegian info page about medieval ...
  • Seymour (Rechtzeit) Rexite - Yossoff Bear (Yosl Ber) Seymour (Rechtzeit) Rexite - Yossoff Bear (Yosl Ber) from the album "sings Folk Songs" Seymour Rexite was an actor and singer of the Yiddish theater, film and radio in the United States, and for some time president of the Hebrew Actors Union. Born in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland, and a child prodigy, Rexite emigrated to the United States in 1920, along with his father, a cantor, and his older brother Jack Rechtzeit, an actor and songwriter. The then-immigration quotas prevented Seymour's mother and other siblings from emigrating from Poland, so Seymour sang a song, which his brother Jack had composed, before President Calvin Coolidge which so moved the President that he granted the entry visas. Rexite performed Yiddish translations of pop music standards as well as songs written in his native language. He married Miriam Kressyn, another star of the Yiddish stage, in 1943. Kressyn died at age 86 in 1996; they had no children. Rexite died in 2002 in New York City. 18.01.1908 - 14.10.2002 (wikipedia)
  • Mike Rafferty on Irish Flute In 1949 Mike Rafferty emigrated from his native Ballinaskill, Co. Galway to the USA. He is still playing his distinctive East Galway music. Mike, now living in New Jersey, is joined by his daughter Mary on button accordion and her husband, Donal Clancy (son of legendary Liam Clancy) on guitar as they play two jigs: "The Lilting Banshee" and a jig which Mike learned nearly sixty years ago from his father. More info and videos at comhaltaslive.ie
  • Wackie's Mix 2.0 - Roland Alphonso, Joy Card, Dub Generals Lloyd "Bullwackie" Barnes emigrated to New York in the early 1970's and by utilizing production and recording techniques he learned in Jamaica he was able to establish one of the first reggae studios in the United States and in turn created his own unique sound that is still highly popular and sought after today by fans of *** roots reggae, hence the countless and unending amount of repressing going on. You could easily blow the whole bank account just trying to get caught up! Initially using his house band the Reckless Breed he recorded with local and seasoned Jamaican talent in his basement studio in the Bronx and initially releasing music on labels such as Hamma, City Line and Bullwackie to name a few until Wackies became his main outlet around 1983. Wackie's Mix 1.0: 1. The tune is called "Jamaica Sun" by Jerry Johnson from the Wackies LP called For All Seasons circa '84/'85. 2. Wackies 10" single from Jah Batta and Skatee "Style And Fashion" which is the DJ Version of Super T's cover of the Dennis Brown hit "West Bound Train." This is a recent repress of tunes dating from 1983. 3. Bullwackie's All Stars give us the next tune called "Dance Dub." This one is also a B-side from a Wackies 12" from Joe Sealy and Barrington Spence called "You Don't Have To Dance." A nice sampling of Wackies early digital style. Wackie's Mix 2.0: 4. Next up is tenor sax superstar and Jamaican music veteran Roland "The Chief Musician" Alphonso from his 1984 Wackies LP called Roll On and ...
  • The Protector of Emigrants India-home abroad by misha The Protectors of Emigrants are responsible for granting emigration clearance to the intending emigrants as per the procedure prescribed under the Emigration Act, 1983. The Protectors of Emigrants shall perform the functions assigned to them by this Act under the general superintendence and control of the Protector General of Emigrants. Powers of Protector of Emigrants are: a.To protect and aid with his advice all intending emigrants and emigrants. b.Oversee all the provisions of this Act and of the rules made there under to be compiled with. c.Inspect, to an extent and in a manner as may be prescribed-any emigrant conveyance, or any other conveyance if he has reason to believe that any intending emigrant or emigrants are proceeding from, or returning to, India; to or from a place outside India by such other conveyance d.Inquire into the treatment received by emigrants during their voyage or journey to, and during the period of their residence in the country to which they emigrated and also during the return voyage or journey to India and report thereon to the Protector General of Emigrants or such other authority as may be prescribed. e.Aid and advise.
  • When Ireland Starved Episode 2 The Irish Holocaust (Part 2 of 3) The Great Famine was a period of great starvation, disease and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1852 during which the islands population dropped by 20-25 percent. Approximately one million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland. The proximate cause of famine was a potato disease commonly known as potato blight. Although blight ravaged potato crops throughout Europe during the 1840s the impact and human cost in Ireland where a third of the population was entirely dependent on the potato for food was exacerbated by a host of political, social, and economic factors which remain the subject of historical debate. The famine was a watershed in the history of Ireland. Its effects permanently changed the islands demographic, political and cultural landscape. For both the native Irish and those in the resulting diaspora, the famine entered folk memory and became a rallying point for various nationalist movements.
  • Barak Obama's Irish Saga Barak Obamas Irish Saga is a documentary tracing President Barak Obamas Irish roots. These go back to Moneygall, a small village in Co Offaly in the Irish Mid-lands. Joseph Kearney and Sarah Healy married in County Offaly in 1761. Their Grandson, Fulmoth emigrated to Ross County, Ohio in the early 1850s. Fulmoths daughter married Jacob William Dunham in Kansas in 1863. Jacob and his wife, Mary Ann had a son, in 1894 called Ralph Waldo Emerson Dunham. He married Ruth Armour and they had a son called Stanley Armour Dunham in 1819. He married Madelyn Payne and they had a daughter called Stanley Ann Dunham who married Barak Obama Senior in 1960. Barak Obama Junior was born in Honolulu on August 4 1961. The film features Canon Stephen Neill, a local Historian, who talks about the Kearney family and their life in Moneygall; Henry Healy, a distant relative of President Obama who talks about Fulmoth Kearney; Gary Cotter, the Editor of the Nenagh Guardian who says the Kearney Family sold property in 1981 to fund their emigration to America. Max Madden, Producer
  • When Ireland Starved Episode 4 Exodus (Part 1 of 3) The Great Famine was a period of great starvation, disease and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1852 during which the islands population dropped by 20-25 percent. Approximately one million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland. The proximate cause of famine was a potato disease commonly known as potato blight. Although blight ravaged potato crops throughout Europe during the 1840s the impact and human cost in Ireland where a third of the population was entirely dependent on the potato for food was exacerbated by a host of political, social, and economic factors which remain the subject of historical debate. The famine was a watershed in the history of Ireland. Its effects permanently changed the islands demographic, political and cultural landscape. For both the native Irish and those in the resulting diaspora, the famine entered folk memory and became a rallying point for various nationalist movements.
  • HAVANA, CUBA The Jewish Heritage Jews in Cuba (from the Encyclopedia Judaica) "The first Jewish group to settle in Havana after Cuban independence (1902) came from the United States. They founded the United Hebrew Congregation in 1906. They were followed by Sephardim, mainly from Turkey, whose communal congregation, Shevet Ahim, was founded in 1914. In the 1920s thousands of Jews from Eastern Europe arrived in Cuba, hoping to use it as a stepping stone to the US Many of them settled in Havana, where they founded the Centro Israelita (Jewish Center) in 1925, together with a large number of social, religious, cultural, and political organizations. In the late 1930s and during World War II Havana became a temporary haven for thousands of Jews fleeing *** Germany, using loopholes in Cuba's immigration laws. In May 1939, however, Havana was the scene of the tragic episode of the SS *St. Louis, whose passengers were refused landing and were compelled to return to Europe, where many of them perished in extermination camps. Following World War II the Havana community prospered both economically and socially. In 1951 the Ashke*** community laid the cornerstone for the Patronato, a magnificent building that symbolized the social mobility and prosperity of Havana Jews. When the Sephardim inaugurated their Sephardi Center, Fidel Castro was already in power. The Cuban revolution of 1959 marked the decline of Havana Jews. Following the nationalization of private business, around 90% of them emigrated from Cuba, most ...
  • Memories of a Ten Pound Pom Between 1945 and 1973 more than one million British people known as the ten pound Poms emigrated to Australia under an Australian government scheme. The immigrants only had to pay ten pounds for their voyage out and the Australian government would pay the rest of the money as long as they stayed in the country for two years. Richard Waterfield was born in Trowbridge in Wiltshire before emigrating from London to Sydney fifty years ago in 1958. Here he talks about the scheme and his reasons for leaving England for Australia. He discusses his life in Sydney and his memories of the old country. We even hear about his meeting with English actress Joyce Grenfell TWICE in unusual circumstances. Excuse the picture quality. That'll teach me to film against a sunny background.
  • When Ireland Starved Episode 3 Managing The Famine (Part 1 of 3) The Great Famine was a period of great starvation, disease and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1852 during which the islands population dropped by 20-25 percent. Approximately one million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland. The proximate cause of famine was a potato disease commonly known as potato blight. Although blight ravaged potato crops throughout Europe during the 1840s the impact and human cost in Ireland where a third of the population was entirely dependent on the potato for food was exacerbated by a host of political, social, and economic factors which remain the subject of historical debate. The famine was a watershed in the history of Ireland. Its effects permanently changed the islands demographic, political and cultural landscape. For both the native Irish and those in the resulting diaspora, the famine entered folk memory and became a rallying point for various nationalist movements.
  • When Ireland Starved Episode 1 Causes of Poverty (Part 3 of 3) The Great Famine was a period of great starvation, disease and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1852 during which the islands population dropped by 20-25 percent. Approximately one million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland. The proximate cause of famine was a potato disease commonly known as potato blight. Although blight ravaged potato crops throughout Europe during the 1840s the impact and human cost in Ireland where a third of the population was entirely dependent on the potato for food was exacerbated by a host of political, social, and economic factors which remain the subject of historical debate. The famine was a watershed in the history of Ireland. Its effects permanently changed the islands demographic, political and cultural landscape. For both the native Irish and those in the resulting diaspora, the famine entered folk memory and became a rallying point for various nationalist movements.
  • HOW TO QUALIFY AS A CANADA SKILLED WORKER This video explains how people with a certain degree of education and work experience can move to Canada under the Skilled Worker Program
  • Dolores Keane & John Faulkner - Sliabh Gallion Braes (1980) album: Dolores Keane & John Faulkner with Eamonn Curran - Farewell To Eirinn; Music and songs of emigration from Ireland to America label: FolkFreak / FF 4004 (1980) CD: King Record (European Traditional Collection) / 280E 52052 (1989) 5. Sliabh Gallion Braes (Trad. arr. Curran/Faulkner/Keane) Recorded 24th June - 1st July 1980 at Tonstudio St Blasien, Northeim, West Germany from liner notes: "Emigration from Ireland to America began early in the Nine***th century and many of the first to leave were the more successful farmers, motivated by a desire to prosper on the bigger scale in a freer land. However all the subsequent waves of emigration were motivated not by success but by failure. For the disposessed tenant farmer of the 1760's the choices were limited. Either stay and starve at the mercy of repressive land policies and rack-renting landlords or escape to the land of promise. For the unemployed Ulster weavers of the 1820's tormented by the restrictive export laws and wage-cutting manufacturers the choices were virtually the same. It was however the famine of 1845-48 caused by the failure of the potato crop that started the greatest depopulation of Ireland in its history. The term "famine" is really an English apologia for its deliberate starvation of Ireland. The amount of corn and cattle exported from Ireland in these years would have fed all those who hungered twice over. As Shaw says in "Man and Superman" : "Famine...? No, starvation! When a country is full of ...
  • When Ireland Starved Episode 3 Managing The Famine (Part 3 of 3) The Great Famine was a period of great starvation, disease and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1852 during which the islands population dropped by 20-25 percent. Approximately one million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland. The proximate cause of famine was a potato disease commonly known as potato blight. Although blight ravaged potato crops throughout Europe during the 1840s the impact and human cost in Ireland where a third of the population was entirely dependent on the potato for food was exacerbated by a host of political, social, and economic factors which remain the subject of historical debate. The famine was a watershed in the history of Ireland. Its effects permanently changed the islands demographic, political and cultural landscape. For both the native Irish and those in the resulting diaspora, the famine entered folk memory and became a rallying point for various nationalist movements.
  • 乾杯の歌 / 上戸彩 Ueto Aya 「李香蘭」 After showing the childhood scene, a Japanese actress Ueto Aya acted as Li Xianglan in the TV drama "Rikoran" 李香蘭(TV Tokyo, テレビ東京)Feb. 2007. Official DVD(Kadokawa Pict. 角川映画) is available from etc. to see full of story. Feb. 1941, Li Xianglan (李香蘭、李香兰)went to Japan to have a concert as a Chinese singer at The Japan Theatre (日本劇場). Japanese fans believed that she was a famous and mysterious Chinese movie star who could speak Japanese and loved Japan. In those dark and painful war days, Japanese people wanted fun time bringing some dream. On the first concert day, about 100000 people gathered to see her though they didn't have a ticket. In the theater, more than 3500 fans were standing up to sing a Japanese lyric song with Li Xianglan. The last part of this video shows the scene. The song was Italian opera "Libiamo"(乾杯の歌). Li Xianglan, in her young ages, simply believed the Japan's slogan "Goodwill between Manchuria(満州国) and Japan". But the purpose of Japanese government was to utilize her popularity. The Japanese government aimed Japanese people feel that Manchuria was a dream land worth emigrating and aimed maintain the capital right. About 320000 Japanese farmers emigrated to Manchuria with a dream of prosperity. Four years later, August 1945, when Li Xianglan was still singing in Shanghai, the Japanese emigrants in Manchuria lost everything. 1/3 of them were able to go back to Japan. Others, mainly ladies and children, were ...
  • Steve Ryder - Ain't It Nice (1972) Born in Oldham, England, Edward Mulry emigrated to Australia in 1969 at the age of 20 and took a job in the NSW Main Roads Department driving a bulldozer. Just before arriving in Australia Ted had developed an interest in songwriting, something which continued now. His friends and workmates were impressed by his songwriting efforts and encouraged Ted to take his songs to J.Albert and Son, mainstays of independent Australian music publishing for over a century, in the hope that someone might start recording Ted's songs. By accident EMI Records happened to hear Ted's demo tape and suggested Ted record one of the songs himself. The songwriter had never considered himself a performer, and it took a lot of persuasion before he agreed to record 'Julia' as his first Parlophone label single. Sydney fell in love with the story of the bulldozer driver-turned-singer and turned the middle of the road love ballad into a minor hit in May 1970. Ted's next single had the distinction of being the first release on the Albert label. Instead of a song of his own song 'Falling In Love Again' was written for him by Albert's star writers, Harry Vanda and George Young of the Easybeats. Another McCartneyesque ballad, the result was a national hit. While his third single, 'Marsha' was struggling in Australia, in October '71 Ted returned to the UK where he'd secured a recording contract with Blue Mountain Records, a subsidiary of Island. They liked his music, but thought his name was a bit boring ...
  • The November Uprising 1830 / Powstanie Listopadowe No copyright infringement intended. The Congress of Vienna brought the existence of the Duchy of Warsaw to an end and essentially divided Poland once again. Despite numerous protests by various Polish politicians who actively supported the personal union, Grand Duke Constantine had no intention of observing the constitution, one of the most liberal in Europe at that time. In 1830, the constitution of 1815 was a dead letter, secret police were everywhere, and censorship was severe. Polish organizations were persecuted and Russians had largely replaced Poles in administrative positions. The tense situation in the kingdom was ignited by Russia's mobilization of the Polish army to suppress revolutionary uprisings in France and Belgium. Cadets at the military academy seized their armory and then the Russian arsenal at Warsaw in late November, 1830, which sparked an uprising which eventually grew to about 70000 Polish, Lithuanian and Ruthenian combatants facing about 180000 - 200000 Tsarist troops. In March of 1831 Edgar Allan Poe attempted to come to Poland as he had learned about the November Uprising. Poe intended to match the Polish army then. Due to his relegation from the West Point Academy, his attempts were unfruitful. In spite of a promising start, delaying the abolition of serfdom and serious mishandling of the military operations bungled the opportunity. For a while victory actually lay in their grasp but indecision on the part of the Polish leaders led to defeat ...
  • Bye, Bye, to the 4chan Website All of the oldfags have emigrated to 7chan and the like. Gaiafags are the cancer that is killing /b/, and mods are worsening the condition. This song was created by, of, and for Anonymous. I take no credit for any part. Here are the lyrics: I can still remember how the Jailbait used to make me smile. And I knew if we had done well, Those furfags would have yiffed in hell, And there'd be no more newfags for awhile... But Gaia faggots made me shiver, with every /r/equest I delivered. Bad news on the front page; I barely held in my nerd rage. I can't remember if I cried when I saw the stickies far and wide, but someone called the FBI, the day that 4chan died. So.. Bye bye, to the NIGGER*** site Where I'd linger with a finger always over F5 Some good old lulz were had on that aging *chan Posting "This'll be the day we get banned, this'll be the day we get banned." Did you write the rules of /b/, and were we like Fight Club secretly? It was better then, if you ask me... Now do you believe in a ***ing cat? Can Raptors save your mortal ass? And can you teach me how to "GET" reeeal faaast? Well I know that Tom Green rued the day when we called his hotline to make him say "Do a barrel roll!" Man, I dig those trolls! I was a lonely ***age hate machine with a new computer and an old routine, but I knew someone would intervene the day that NIGGER*** died. And we we posting, "Bye bye, to the NIGGER*** site Where I'd linger with a finger always over F5" Some good old lulz were had ...
  • FRANZESE TERREMOTO MAREMOTO MESSINA REGGIO PAOLO FRANZESE PAOLO FRANZESE MESSINA REGGIO TERREMOTO http http Paolo Franzese dell'Archivio Centrale dello Stato Italiano a Roma, DA PROFUGHI A EMIGRANTI, la monarchia avvia gli sfollati direttamente verso i porti scelti per far partire i terremotati verso l'America, nello stesso tempo ritarda gli aiuti a quelli rimasti a Messina per incentivare la loro fuga.Dall' participation dell' Archivist of the Ministry of the Cultural Assets Italian, sull' argument FROM EMIGRATED PROFUGHI TO evince clearly that the profughi of Messina came sent in the harbour cities from which they left for l' emigration. The departure ports were to Palermo and Naples. From the registry departures many messinesi are looked at. The calabrians of Reggio instead did not come reduced to the escape because they served laborers in order to reconstruct the city. The aids were late to arrive for which the survivors they were more and more pushes towards the escape from the disaster. While the messinesi waited for the aids the Piedmontese ones made to pass days in order to increase l' exodus of the sicialian. The monarchy wanted to desertificare Messina for ripopolarla with its employees, its university professors its directors, its soldiers.
  • FUNNY!! Armenian GRANDMOTHER Talks about TOILETS (Mary Koulyan) My Armenian Grandmother talks about Toilets (how they would "poop" and "pee") in the old days (1930s-1960s) when toilets did not exist in Aleppo, Syria. Of course this is in beautiful Armenian, and it is hilarious because you do not expect old people to talk about this. The best part is that she didnt know this was being recorded! All natural! Verghin Mary Koulyan, of MARASHTSI descent. Born 1932 in Haleb (Allepo), Syria. Married in 1956 with Hovhannes Dermenjyan. Emigrated to their homeland, Soviet Armenia in 1964, to the town of Kirovakan (present Vanadzor). Experienced the 1988 Earthquake in Armenia first-hand. Emigrated once again, this time to America in 1998. Currently (2011) resides in Glendale, CA. Has 5 children, 21 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren. Devoted Christian, mother, and Armenian. God Bless her, just as she wishes the same for us!
  • Dimitri Kirsanoff - "Ménilmontant" (part 1/5) Estonian-born filmmaker Dimitri Kirsanoff emigrated to Paris with his parents in the early 1920s. There he trained as a musician, studying cello at the École Normale de Musique in Paris and playing music for silent films. He quickly became associated with the circle of young avant-garde ("impressionist") French filmmakers, and began making his own independently produced films on tiny budgets. These stylish, original, early films earned him a considerable critical reputation and were later deemed precursors of both French "poetic realism" and Italian neo-realism. Kirsanoff's first wife, the beautiful Nadia Sibirskaïa (born Jeanne Brunet in Redon, France, 1901), was the principal actress in most of his early films. (She also appeared in Jean Renoir's famous "Crime of M. Lange" (1935).) Kirsanoff's second wife, Monique Kirsanoff (b. 1913) is the editor of numerous French films. "Ménilmontant" (1925), Kirsanoff's second film, is also his best known. (His first film, "L'ironie du destin," completed in 1923, is now lost). Kirsanoff not only directed, but co-photographed, edited, and produced the film for his own company. "Ménilmontant" was filmed during the winter of 1924-25, primarily on location in Ménilmontant, a poor working-class suburb on the eastern edge of Paris which gives the film its name. Originally entitled "Les cents pas" (The Hundred Steps), the film was at first rejected by Paris film distributors. It was subsequently picked up by film presenter Jean Tedesco for ...
  • Wackie's Mix 1.0 - Jerry Johnson, Jah Batta, Dub Generals Lloyd "Bullwackie" Barnes emigrated to New York in the early 1970's and by utilizing production and recording techniques he learned in Jamaica he was able to establish one of the first reggae studios in the United States and in turn created his own unique sound that is still highly popular and sought after today by fans of *** roots reggae, hence the countless and unending amount of repressing going on. You could easily blow the whole bank account just trying to get caught up! Initially using his house band the Reckless Breed he recorded with local and seasoned Jamaican talent in his basement studio in the Bronx and initially releasing music on labels such as Hamma, City Line and Bullwackie to name a few until Wackies became his main outlet around 1983. Wackie's Mix 1.0: 1. The tune is called "Jamaica Sun" by Jerry Johnson from the Wackies LP called For All Seasons circa '84/'85. 2. Wackies 10" single from Jah Batta and Skatee "Style And Fashion" which is the DJ Version of Super T's cover of the Dennis Brown hit "West Bound Train." This is a recent repress of tunes dating from 1983. 3. Bullwackie's All Stars give us the next tune called "Dance Dub." This one is also a B-side from a Wackies 12" from Joe Sealy and Barrington Spence called "You Don't Have To Dance." A nice sampling of Wackies early digital style. Wackie's Mix 2.0: 4. Next up is tenor sax superstar and Jamaican music veteran Roland "The Chief Musician" Alphonso from his 1984 Wackies LP called Roll On and ...
  • Inside St. Colman Cobh Cathedral Ireland This was Ireland's principal emigration outlet, the town of CObh that is. More than five million people emigrated from Ireland in the nine***th century - mainly to the United States, Australia and Canada and a large proportion of them left from Queenstown now known as CObh. This is the Inside of the Cathedral.
  • JSBach Suite n.3 in D major (AIR).wmv JS BACH SUITE N.3 IN D MAJOR (AIR) - VICTOR RECORD 12016-A THE ADOLF BUSCH CHAMBER PLAYERS ADOLF BUSCH CONDUCTOR ***** Adolf Georg Wilhelm Busch (August 8, 1891 June 9, 1952) was a German-born violinist and composer. Busch was born in Siegen in Westphalia. He studied at the Cologne Conservatory with Willy Hess and Bram Eldering. His composition teacher was Fritz Steinbach but he also learnt much from his future father-in-law Hugo Grüters in Bonn. In 1912, Busch founded the Vienna Konzertverein Quartet, consisting of the principals from the Konzertverein orchestra, which made its debut at the 1913 Salzburg Festival. After World War I, he founded the Busch Quartet, which from the 192021 season included Gösta Andreasson, violin, Karl Doktor, viola, and Paul Grümmer, cello. The quartet was in existence with varying personnel until 1951. The additional member of the circle was Rudolf Serkin, who became Busch's duo partner at 18 and eventually married Busch's daughter, Irene. The Busch Quartet and Serkin became the nucleus of the Busch Chamber Players, a forerunner of modern chamber orchestras. In 1927, with the rise of Adolf Hitler, Busch decided he could not in good conscience stay in Germany, so he emigrated to Basel, Switzerland. (Busch was not Jewish and was popular in Germany, but firmly opposed ***sm from the beginning.) On 1 April 1933 he repudiated Germany altogether and in 1938 he boycotted Italy. On the outbreak of World War II, Busch emigrated from Basel to the ...
  • New York on the Clock: Jahdan Blakkamoore, Musician Jahdan Blakkamoore emigrated from Guyana to Brooklyn at age eight. He grew up on reggae imports and made an early mark as a standout performer in New York's hip-hop and dancehall scenes. Since then he's teamed up with Dutty Artz producers Shadetek and DJ/rupture to melt grime, dubstep, cumbia, and other styles into the sound of his debut album Buzzrock Warrior. Whether accompanied by a DJ or performing with his band Noble Society, Jahdan finds joy in music and aims to share that joy with his audience.
  • When Ireland Starved Episode 1 Causes of Poverty (Part 2 of 3) The Great Famine was a period of great starvation, disease and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1852 during which the islands population dropped by 20-25 percent. Approximately one million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland. The proximate cause of famine was a potato disease commonly known as potato blight. Although blight ravaged potato crops throughout Europe during the 1840s the impact and human cost in Ireland where a third of the population was entirely dependent on the potato for food was exacerbated by a host of political, social, and economic factors which remain the subject of historical debate. The famine was a watershed in the history of Ireland. Its effects permanently changed the islands demographic, political and cultural landscape. For both the native Irish and those in the resulting diaspora, the famine entered folk memory and became a rallying point for various nationalist movements.
  • When Ireland Starved Episode 2 The Irish Holocaust (Part 1 of 3) The Great Famine was a period of great starvation, disease and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1852 during which the islands population dropped by 20-25 percent. Approximately one million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland. The proximate cause of famine was a potato disease commonly known as potato blight. Although blight ravaged potato crops throughout Europe during the 1840s the impact and human cost in Ireland where a third of the population was entirely dependent on the potato for food was exacerbated by a host of political, social, and economic factors which remain the subject of historical debate. The famine was a watershed in the history of Ireland. Its effects permanently changed the islands demographic, political and cultural landscape. For both the native Irish and those in the resulting diaspora, the famine entered folk memory and became a rallying point for various nationalist movements.
  • Kila In Iveagh Gardens - Africa Day 2009 Kíla are an Irish folk music/world music group. The original lineup for the band was Eoin Dillon; Uileann pipes, Colm Mac Con Iomaire; fiddle, Rossa Ó Snodaigh; Whistle, Bones, Rónán Ó Snodaigh; Bodhrán, Karl Odlum; Bass, David Odlum, Guitar. Kíla was formed in 1987 in the Irish Language secondary school, Coláiste Eoin in Co. Dublin. Colm Ó Snodaigh joined the band in 1988 for Kíla's first festival appearance at the European Youth Music Festival, which was held in Bonn in Germany. In 1991, Colm Mac Con Iomaire and Dave Odlum left Kíla to join The Frames, an Irish rock band. In the same year, Dee Armstrong joined the band as a replacement for Colm Mac Con Iomaire and Eoin O'Brien replaced Dave Odlum. Dave Reidy also joined as a lead guitarist, though he emigrated to San Francisco a year later. Karl was then replaced by Ed Kelly on bass who emigrated to Scotland a little over a year after the recording Mind the Gap in 1994. Eoin O'Brien was replaced by Lance Hogan and Laurence O Keefe filled Ed's shoes till Brian Hogan assumed pole position on bass prior to recording Tóg É Go Bog É. This line-up has been unchanged since 1996. Rónán, Rossa, and Colm are sons of publisher Pádraig Ó Snodaigh and artist Cliodna Cussen, and brother of Irish parliamentarian, Aengus Ó Snodaigh. Brian and Lance are sons of folk singer Larry Hogan and artist Róisín Daly. Dee is the daughter of classical musicians: keyboardist Gillian Armstrong and oboist Lindsey Armstrong. They have travelled the ...
  • 401. The Wearing of the Green (Traditional Irish) This anonymous street ballad goes back to 1798. An Irish playwright, Dion Boucicault (1822-1890), published the song, with an extra verse which seems to contradict the rest of the song by advocating emigration rather than staying to stand up for Ireland. Boucicault himself emigrated to New York. Wearing a shamrock in the "caubeen", a type of hat, was a sign of rebellion and green was the colour of the republican revolutionary Society of the United Irishmen, and wearing such symbols was a capital offence in the period leading up to (and following) the Rebellion of 1798. Napper Tandy was a Dublin shopkeeper and political activist in who fled to France after being , identified by the British as a member of the Society. The song has been recorded by John McCormack (about 1914), Judy Garland (1940), Peggy Lee (1955) and The Wolfe Tones (1985) among others. The tune has been used for various other songs, such as "The Rising of the Moon", "The Ballad of the Kelly Gang" and the parody, "The Orange and the Green". You can see a playlist of my Irish songs here: For lyrics and chords of my songs please see my website:
  • When Ireland Starved Episode 1 Causes of Poverty (Part 1 of 3) The Great Famine was a period of great starvation, disease and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1852 during which the islands population dropped by 20-25 percent. Approximately one million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland. The proximate cause of famine was a potato disease commonly known as potato blight. Although blight ravaged potato crops throughout Europe during the 1840s the impact and human cost in Ireland where a third of the population was entirely dependent on the potato for food was exacerbated by a host of political, social, and economic factors which remain the subject of historical debate. The famine was a watershed in the history of Ireland. Its effects permanently changed the islands demographic, political and cultural landscape. For both the native Irish and those in the resulting diaspora, the famine entered folk memory and became a rallying point for various nationalist movements.
  • Music of Rafael Brom Music by Rafael Brom Cosmotone Records - Cosmotone Music (ASCAP) Rafael Brom Free MP3 Music Downloads /musicmp301.html Radio Stations Playing Music of Rafael Brom /musicradiomp3.html Rafael Brom - BIOGRAPHY Rafael Brom was born in Prague (formerly Czechoslovakia, but now called the Czech Republic) on August 13, 1952. He was born into a musical family. His mother was a popular professional singer, pianist, composer, and dancer. His father was an outstanding piano player and composer and grandfather was considered a musical virtuoso. In 1963, Rafael emigrated to Sarajevo. While in Sarajevo, Rafael studied several levels of Graphics Arts and Design, Communication Arts, and Fine Arts. To see Rafael's artwork visit: Rafael's Art Gallery. He was a student of several well-known Academy professors and international graphic artists. One such professor was Mersad Berber. After completing his education, Rafael worked full-time for an energy company as a graphics designer. He did this to support his mother and brother. With the help of his father, Libor, and Senator Armstrong, Rafael emigrated to the United States in 1979. Upon arriving in the United States, Rafael worked for several energy companies as a graphics illustrator. He dedicated his free time to music, painting, illustrations and helping his father publishing books. In 1983, Rafael released his first 12" vinyl record, 'Rafael Brom I'. This ...
  • Adolf Busch plays Beethoven Sonata Rondo: Allegro 4 mvt Adolf Busch (1891-1952): violin Rudolf Serkin (1903-1991): piano Violin sonata n°5 in F major, Op.24 (spring) Recorded on 17th May, 1933 in Abbey Riad Studio n°3 Adolf Georg Wilhelm Busch (August 8, 1891 June 9, 1952) was a German-born violinist and composer. Busch was born in Siegen in Westphalia. He studied at the Cologne Conservatory with Willy Hess and Bram Eldering. His composition teacher was Fritz Steinbach but he also learnt much from his future father-in-law Hugo Grüters in Bonn. In 1912, Busch founded the Vienna Konzertverein Quartet, consisting of the principals from the Konzertverein orchestra, which made its debut at the 1913 Salzburg Festival. After World War I, he founded the Busch Quartet, which from the 192021 season included Gösta Andreasson, violin, Karl Doktor, viola, and Paul Grümmer, cello. The quartet was in existence with varying personnel until 1951. The additional member of the circle was Rudolf Serkin, who became Busch's duo partner at 18 and eventually married Busch's daughter, Irene. The Busch Quartet and Serkin became the nucleus of the Busch Chamber Players, a forerunner of modern chamber orchestras. In 1927, with the rise of Adolf Hitler, Busch decided he could not in good conscience stay in Germany, so he emigrated to Basel, Switzerland. (Busch was not Jewish and was popular in Germany, but firmly opposed ***sm from the beginning.) On 1 April 1933 he repudiated Germany altogether and in 1938 he boycotted Italy. On the outbreak of World ...
  • When Ireland Starved Episode 4 Exodus (Part 2 of 3) The Great Famine was a period of great starvation, disease and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1852 during which the islands population dropped by 20-25 percent. Approximately one million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland. The proximate cause of famine was a potato disease commonly known as potato blight. Although blight ravaged potato crops throughout Europe during the 1840s the impact and human cost in Ireland where a third of the population was entirely dependent on the potato for food was exacerbated by a host of political, social, and economic factors which remain the subject of historical debate. The famine was a watershed in the history of Ireland. Its effects permanently changed the islands demographic, political and cultural landscape. For both the native Irish and those in the resulting diaspora, the famine entered folk memory and became a rallying point for various nationalist movements.
  • En-Nawawi's Forty Hadith - n°1(arabic) Assalamu'alaykum The english translation of this hadith is : (Narrated 'Umar bin Al-Khattab): I heard Allah's Apostle saying, "The reward of deeds depends upon the intentions and every person will get the reward according to what he has intended. So whoever emigrated for worldly benefits or for a woman to marry, his emigration was for what he emigrated for." [Al Bukhari,Muslim]
  • When Ireland Starved Episode 3 Managing The Famine (Part 2 of 3) The Great Famine was a period of great starvation, disease and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1852 during which the islands population dropped by 20-25 percent. Approximately one million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland. The proximate cause of famine was a potato disease commonly known as potato blight. Although blight ravaged potato crops throughout Europe during the 1840s the impact and human cost in Ireland where a third of the population was entirely dependent on the potato for food was exacerbated by a host of political, social, and economic factors which remain the subject of historical debate. The famine was a watershed in the history of Ireland. Its effects permanently changed the islands demographic, political and cultural landscape. For both the native Irish and those in the resulting diaspora, the famine entered folk memory and became a rallying point for various nationalist movements.
  • Celente: US jobs emigrated to China & Latin America Gerald Celente, the director of the Trends Research Institute, speaks about US growing unemployment and its roots.
  • Black Pioneers of BC An overview of the Black pioneers of the province of British Columbia, Canada, given by Crawford Kilian, author of "Go Do Some Great Thing." This talk focuses mainly on the era of the Gold Rush in 1858 in which hundreds of Blacks experiencing extreme racism in San Francisco emigrated to BC. This was advantageous to the colony's governor as a counterbalance against a flood of white American emigration which could lead to the colony being annexed by the US. This talk was given during BC Black History Day in Victoria, BC, on Feb. 5, 2011 -- an event put on by the BC Black History Awareness Society.
  • Sal Mineo, Ben Gazzara, Harry Guardino in Run For Your Life TV series Abducted by Sicilian farmers for ransom, Paul Bryan (played by Ben Gazzara) tells the kidnappers the story of his grandfather who emigrated to America from Sicily "to see what was there," the meaning of the phrase having quite a twist in this dramatic episode of Run For Your Life.
  • المسجد النبوى Masjid al Nabawi (Mosque Of The Prophet) in Medina Masjid al-Haram in Mecca. Masjid al-Nabawi (Prophet's Mosque) in Medina. Quba Mosque in Medina. Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem. Muhammad, the Seal of the Prophets Muhammad was born in Makkah, around the year of 570, into the Arabian tribe of Quraych that worshipped idols. Since his father died before his birth and his mother passed away when he was only six years old, Muhammad was raised by his uncle Abou Talib. As he grew up, he became known for his truthfulness, generosity & sincerity, earning the name of Al-Amin, which means the trustworthy one. He was also called upon to arbitrate disputes and counsel his fellow Makkans. Muhammad had always believed in only one God & had long detested the decadence of his society. He was always concerned with the poor and the needy, the widows and the orphans, the slaves and the down-trodden. He was illiterate, unable to read or write and remained so till his death. Muhammad was not known as a stateman, a preacher, or an orator until he received the revelation at the age of forty, through the angel Jibril (Gabriel). This revelation, known as the Qur'an, continued for the next 23 years. As soon as Muhammad started to recite the Qur'an and to preach what God revealed to him, he and his followers suffered from persecution from the unbelievers. The persecution became so severe that the Muslims emigrated to Madinah, under God's command, in the year of 622. Many people converted following this emigration. Several years later, they returned to Makkah ...

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  • “Exiled, deported, expelled, emigrated: Iosif Brodsky. 2206 English voluntarily to the US, then you could say that he emigrated (from Germany) to the USA”
    — Exiled, deported, expelled, emigrated: Iosif Brodsky, english-

  • “Actor Kim Chan, who had long list of Hollywood credits playing the ubiquitous Old Asian Man, died last weekend in Brooklyn. Mr. Chan, who emigrated to the United States from the province of Canton, China, as a boy, discovered show”
    — angry asian man,

  • “Jerry Kammer's blog. Jerry Kammer's blog. View Jerry Kammer's Biography and Publications. Between Calderon's Rhetoric and Border Reality. By Jerry He wanted to know if we at CIS were aware of any studies about women who have been abandoned by husbands who have emigrated to the United States”
    — Jerry Kammer's blog | Center for Immigration Studies,

  • “video and photo news about uighurs About 50 families have emigrated here and more " Uighurs – precariously caught between two powers - . Davutoğlu highlights historical bonds during talks in Urumqi - Today's”
    — uighurs news,uighurs videos,uighurs images,uighurs headlines,

  • “Blog Entries. Guide. Who here has emigrated to Australia from Britian? My sister emigrated to Oz (Sydney) back in 1971. I flew out December 20th 1974 for a 3”
    — Who here has emigrated to Australia from Britian? : Australia,

  • “Punk's not dead - it just emigrated TV Smith's Forum > A World Of Our Own > World Chat (Moderators: Tj, Mrs Fleagle, Uli) > Punk's not dead - it”
    — Punk's not dead - it just emigrated,

  • “Revenge Emigrated. Author. Topic. lesley brown. Dave Brown has been talking to Nick Butler Nick has been working on the car for the last four weeks. Hopefully it will be up and”
    — NSRA forum - Revenge Emigrated,

  • “Many US presidents have had connections to Ireland, from Andrew Jackson in the early 10th century right up to Barack Obama. But none of them is Irish man had the closest connection to the presidency”
    — Irish American Presidents,

  • “English Lesson Plan : They Emigrated To The Usa: Snapshot Intermediate/They emigrated to the USA Forum: English Lesson Plan : They Emigrated To The Usa - Forum”
    — English Lesson Plan : They Emigrated To The Usa - FamousWhy,

  • “It was a thrill to meet her and find out my books helped her to learn English when she emigrated from Russia as a child. we packed in more than I can even blog about, one of the most memorable events was being”
    — Judy Blume,