Yulia N. traditional belly dancing in 2015 Albuquerque New Mexico. Xbox live : ENGINETURNED72.



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Yulia N. traditional belly dancing in 2015 Albuquerque New Mexico. Xbox live : ENGINETURNED72.

RPC 2014 Keynote Speaker, Fred John, Jr.



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Fred John, Jr. was born January 3, 1943 in Susluta Alaska to the last traditional chief of Mentasta, Fred John, Sr. and Native rights advocate Katie John. Fred is the sixth child of 14 biological and six adopted children. He was raised in the traditional lifestyle during his younger years but as the State of Alaska began to regulate education he was among the first of many native children across
the state that were taken away. Fred was seven years old when he left with his siblings to attend school at Wrangell, Alaska. After two years, of abuse and being referred to as only a number (77), he and his siblings were then brought home. Following this long separation his father fought to keep the family intact. Fred Sr. moved the family to Dot Lake to be closer to a school as is was
mandated that the children attend. Unfortunately the harsh winter and lack of adequate housing was too much and the children were forced to return to Wrangell which is located over 700 miles away.
After graduating in 1963, Fred attended college at Haskell Institute. He completed two years then joined the Navy. Traveling all over the world, Fred saw new cultures and experienced a life unheard of in Mentasta. He was able to call to the one phone at the village lodge occasionally and let his family know where he was stationed. It was during his time in the navy that he was injured. While stationed in San Diego, Fred nearly lost his life in a terrible
accident. He spent nearly 18 months in the hospital learning to walk, talk and live on his own again. This was some of his most lonely moments he states, “Watching my ship leave, not being able to contact my family and being in a big city where I felt forgotten. This was the loneliness that I felt when I was taken away from my parents as a child.”
After a long road of recovery, Fred returned to Alaska as a disabled Veteran. Although he was healed physically, he was emotionally drained. He took a path which led to alcohol addiction. He eventually turned to Christ for help and family for support. He also went to the Old Minto Recovery Camp run by Tanana Chiefs Conference. Going back to his traditional roots and being in a cultural setting was healing. After recovery, Fred became involved in Old Minto and soon joined as a recovery counselor.
After Katie John passed in 2013, Fred found himself on the forefront continuing to protect her legacy while carrying on
the traditions of the Athabascan culture. He now spends his time writing and advocating on behalf of the Native rights of
Alaska.
Fred celebrates 71 years of life with 37 years of marriage. He is surrounded by six children, Frankie, Gwendolyne, Genevieve, Reuben, Vanessa and Alma. He is blessed with 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Fred John, Jr. will continue his family’s legacy and is looking forward to more adventures in his journey of life.

U.S. Route 95 North, Veterans Memorial Highway, Nevada, Rear View, 4 August 2015, GP037669



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U.S. Route 95 North, Veterans Memorial Highway, from Searchlight and approaching Boulder City, Nevada, 4 August 2015, Rear View, GP037669

Mobile, Alabama | Wikipedia audio article



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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
Mobile, Alabama

00:02:28 1 Etymology
00:03:08 2 History
00:03:17 2.1 Colonial
00:08:00 2.2 19th century
00:13:19 2.3 20th century
00:21:49 3 Geography and climate
00:21:59 3.1 Geography
00:22:47 3.2 Neighborhoods
00:23:11 3.3 Climate
00:25:27 3.3.1 Christmas Day tornado
00:26:58 4 Culture
00:28:02 4.1 Carnival and Mardi Gras
00:31:01 4.2 Archives and libraries
00:32:45 4.3 Arts and entertainment
00:36:44 5 Tourism
00:36:53 5.1 Museums
00:39:17 5.2 Parks and other attractions
00:41:35 5.3 Historic architecture
00:45:06 6 Demographics
00:47:35 7 Government
00:50:00 8 Education
00:50:08 8.1 Public facilities
00:50:56 8.2 Private facilities
00:52:20 8.3 Tertiary
00:52:29 8.4 Primary and secondary
00:52:54 8.4.1 Undergraduate and postgraduate
00:54:46 8.4.2 Community college
00:55:09 8.4.3 Vocational
00:55:39 9 Healthcare
00:57:48 10 Economy
00:58:49 10.1 Major industry
00:58:57 10.1.1 Port of Mobile
00:59:37 10.1.2 Shipyards
01:00:44 10.1.3 Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley
01:03:01 10.1.4 ThyssenKrupp
01:03:52 10.2 Top employers
01:04:09 10.3 Unemployment rate
01:04:37 11 Transportation
01:04:47 11.1 Air
01:05:25 11.2 Rail
01:06:27 11.3 Roadways
01:08:14 11.4 Water
01:10:36 12 Media
01:10:44 12.1 Print
01:11:24 12.2 Television
01:12:34 12.3 Radio
01:13:33 13 Sports
01:13:42 13.1 Football
01:14:55 13.2 Baseball
01:15:33 13.3 Basketball
01:15:52 13.4 Other sports and facilities
01:16:55 14 Sister cities
01:17:09 15 Tunnels
01:17:28 16 See also

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Mobile ( moh-BEEL; French pronunciation: ​[mɔ.bil]) is the county seat of Mobile County, Alabama, United States. The population within the city limits was 195,111 as of the 2010 United States Census, making it the third most populous city in Alabama, the most populous in Mobile County, and the largest municipality on the Gulf Coast between New Orleans, Louisiana, and St. Petersburg, Florida.
Alabama’s only saltwater port, Mobile is located on the Mobile River at the head of the Mobile Bay and the north-central Gulf Coast. The Port of Mobile has always played a key role in the economic health of the city, beginning with the settlement as an important trading center between the French colonists and Native Americans, down to its current role as the 12th-largest port in the United States.Mobile is the principal municipality of the Mobile metropolitan area. This region of 412,992 residents is composed solely of Mobile County; it is the third-largest metropolitan statistical area in the state. Mobile is the largest city in the Mobile-Daphne−Fairhope CSA, with a total population of 604,726, the second largest in the state. As of 2011, the population within a 60-mile (100 km) radius of Mobile is 1,262,907.Mobile was established in 1702 by the French as the first capital of colonial La Louisiane (New France). During its first 100 years, Mobile was a colony of France, then Britain, and lastly Spain. Mobile first became a part of the United States of America in 1813, with the annexation by President James Madison of West Florida from Spain. In 1861, Alabama joined the Confederate States of America, which surrendered in 1865.Considered one of the Gulf Coast’s cultural centers, Mobile has several art museums, a symphony orchestra, professional opera, professional ballet company, and a large concentration of historic architecture. Mobile is known for having the oldest organized Carnival or Mardi Gras celebrations in the United States. Its French Catholic colonial settlers celebrated this festival from the first decade of the 18th century. Beginning in 1830, Mobile was host to the first formally organized Carnival mystic society to celebrate with a parade in the United States. (In New Orleans such a group is called a krewe.)

Christmas ft. Kathryn Hahn | Chrysler Pacifica



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Get the cocoa and the mantra bells. Chrysler Pacifica makes the perfect peaceful hideaway before the Christmas craziness starts.

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Elevation Church Blakeney Praise Party 2014 – Countdown To 2015 #LetItFlow



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Elevation Church Blakeney New Years Eve Praise Party 2014 In Charlotte North Carolina. This Is The Countdown To 2015 To Ring In The New Year With Pastor Steven Furtick And Elevation Worship.
#LetItFlow “Let It Flow”

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Emmanuel We Worship You – Guest Church Macedonia Baptist Church Choir



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The Macedonia Baptist Church Choir blessed our 69th Church Anniversary Evening Services with a few beautiful selections including this one – Emmanuel – We Worship You

From October 27, 2013 evening Services @ “the Tab” – The Tabernacle of Faith Baptist Church is located at 11328 South Central Ave, in Los Angeles California – You are invited to visit and join our historic baptist church