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Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Preservation Foundation is a focal point for researching, archiving, and raising awareness of Black American Traditional Music and the Black Experience through media and a collected repository. The African American Folklorist furthers the mission by publishing articles discussing the evolution of our traditions and presenting research about blues people. We include interviews with and articles from musicians, historians, ethnographers, Community Scholars, and academ ...
 
PLEASE FOLLOW US! Discussions with state and local Historical and Genealogical Societies in order to provide information about these institutions to the public. These heroes preserve our American heritage state by state, city by city, day by day. They ensure that information about our past and our cultures are preserved for future generations. These excellent resources are the Preservation Oaks of our society.
 
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Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Chilton County Historical Society and the town of Clanton Alabama were highlighted. The President, Derric Scott was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fun and find out m…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Camden-Rockport Historical Society and towns of Camden and Rockport were highlighted. The President, Heather Moran was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fun and find ou…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Historic Mobile Preservation Society and the city of Mobile Alabama were highlighted. The Director, Taylor Voltz was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fun and find out …
 
There is excellent Black Folklife, Indian Folklore, Black Music, AND educational oral history in Kentucky and nationally that Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Preservation Foundation archives and builds a repository for. In this episode, I discuss Storyville, Oklahoma, Freedmen, Blues, and the People of the Blues To Raise Cultural and Ethnic awareness of …
 
On this episode, I speak with Dr. Diana Baird N'Diaye, The African American Folklorist of the Month! Dr. Diane Baird N’Diaye is an interdisciplinary Visual artist/maker and cultural scholar. N’Diaye developed and headed the African American Crafts Initiative, is the principal investigator and Curator of the Will to Adorn: African American Dress and…
 
On this episode, we speak about, Why is B.OB. Essential in an era we are supposed to be united and integrated? What do we expect from a B.O.B. that we don’t expect from anyone else? And most of all, How do I determine where I spend my Money? The criteria for the last question is broken down by : Customer Service Products Locations We also discuss w…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Kiowa County Historical Museum and Greensburg Kansas were highlighted. The Executive Director, Brandon Brown was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fun and find out more…
 
By Lamont Jack Pearley On this episode, I speak with Glen David Andrews, born and raised in Treme's 6 Ward, only blocks away from the historical Congo Square in New Orleans, Louisiana! Andrews shares that the gumbo of New Orleans culture is evident in the music and traditions and should be honored. Andrews knows who he is, where he comes from, and …
 
On this episode, I speak with the youngest daughter of Civil Rights Activists Charles and Marvinia Neblett, Kesi Neblett, who was born and raised in Russellville, KY, and has a fantastic story. She was also recently featured on THE Mole; a reality game show that originally aired on ABC from 2001 to 2008 before being rebooted on Netflix in 2022. Cha…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Osage County Historical Society and Hawley Genealogical Research Center were highlighted. Sarah Price-Anderson, Board President and Lynsay Flory, Programming Director were interviewed by Sean Radclif…
 
After sitting in and listening to the presentation "Greenwood’s Past, Present, and Future" at this year's American Folklore Society Conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where Quraysh Ali Lansana (Tri-City Collective) and Carlos A Moreno (Tri-City Collective) shared the true story of the happenings before, during and after the 1921 Riots of Tulsa, I thoug…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. For our Thanksgiving episode, we have a new BookShortz with author Elizabeth Keating, PhD. Sean answers Listener Questions, gives thanks, and discusses his background. Have a fantastic Thanksgiving holiday and fi…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Blackjack Battlefield & Nature Park organization and Douglas County Kansas were highlighted. The Executive Director, Dr. Johnathan Hart was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks.…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Douglas County Historical Society, Douglas County, and Roseburg Oregon were highlighted. Board member Cynthia Wilson and Vice President, Dale Greenley were interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Pr…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Old Fort Genealogical Society and the town of Fort Scott Kansas were highlighted. Ann Rawlins was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fun and find out more about the Soci…
 
Preservation Oaks - Season 2 Episode 1: A new and exciting season of Preservation Oaks begins.Tune in for new episodes as Sean Thomas Radcliff chats with fantastic guests from our country's museums, cultural, heritage, genealogical and historical societies across the United States.由Sean Thomas Radcliff
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Iowa County Historical Society and the town of Marengo Iowa were highlighted. The Directors, Patty Hinrichs and Delores Tibben were interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fu…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Eudora Area Historical Society and Museum located in Eudora Kansas were highlighted. The Executive Director, Ben Terwilliger was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fun a…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Indian Creek Historical Society located in Hastings Iowa was highlighted. The President of the Board, Bil McGrew and colleagues Jeff Christiansen, Jim Shellhammer, and Rick Mabary were interviewed by…
 
From Me to You: The Power of Storytelling and Its Inherent Generational Wealth In this episode, I speak with Deidra R Moore Janvier, Esq. about her new book, From Me to You: The Power of Storytelling and Its Inherent Generational Wealth. From Me to You is the answer to one crucial question: “So, Mom, what exactly was slavery about?” asked the autho…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Ford County Historical Society and Dodge City Kansas were highlighted. The President, Kent Stehlik and colleagues Connie Penick, Doug Austen, and Sonya Hughes were interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creat…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum located in Goessel Kansas was highlighted. Brian Stucky was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fun and find out more about the…
 
In this broadcast, Todd Lawrence and I discuss the scholarship and work Of John Wesley Work III and the newly launched Award named in His honor. The AFS African American Folklore Section is proud to issue the first call for submissions for the new John Wesley Work III Award, which the section has launched to honor and spotlight applied folklorists,…
 
In this episode of the African American Folklorist, I speak with Sherley Spears, NAACP Unit 6219 President, President of the National Historic Landmark Fort Concho, and founder of the Buffalo Soldier Project. The National Historic Landmark Fort Concho Museum preserves the structures and archeological site features for pride and educational purposes…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. On this, our Independence Day episode, the Iowa Falls Historical Society and the town of Iowa Falls Iowa were highlighted. The outgoing President and now the Marketing and Communications Director, Paul Hackbarth …
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the IAGenWeb Organization for Iowa was highlighted. IAGenWeb is a part of USGenWeb, a group of volunteers working together to provide internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Muscatine County Genealogical Society and the County of Muscatine Iowa were highlighted. The Vice President, Mike Wedell was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fun and f…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Norman Borlaug Heritage was highlighted. Tom Spindler was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fun and find out more about the Foundation, and how you can help, by listeni…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently, the Union County Genealogical Society located in Creston Iowa was highlighted. The President, Saundra Leininger was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fun and find out more…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights Museums, Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Historical and Genealogical Societies across the United States. Recently the Winneshiek County Historical Society and the town of Decorah Iowa were highlighted. The President, Stacey Gossling was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Have fun and find ou…
 
Preservation Oaks highlights cultural, genealogical, and historical societies and museums throughout the United States. Recently the Rural Woodbury County Historical Society located in Correctionville, Iowa was highlighted. Treasurer of the Society, Sonya Kostan was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks on Micro Stream Radio™. …
 
Preservation Oaks highlights cultural, genealogical, and historical societies and museums throughout the United States. Recently the Genealogical Society of Linn County and the town of Cedar Rapids were highlighted. Ruth Armstrong was interviewed by Sean Radcliff, creator of Preservation Oaks. Find out more about the Society, the services it offers…
 
Louisiana BLUES VIXEN GEMINIIDRAGON is set to take over the BLUES MUSIC community with her latest single JUST THE WAY IT IS from her upcoming album FIGHTING FIRE WITH FIRE! From the murky bayous of Louisiana, comes a fresh face to the Blues music scene. A vocal dynamo GeminiiDRAGON has channeled her love for the late 60s era and 70s blues and AOR b…
 
In this episode, Sean Thomas Radcliff meets with Dave Hurrelbrink, from the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame in Bonner Springs, Kansas. Dave was so kind by spending time with us. He is a dedicated trailblazer and chief cheerleader of this organization which was chartered by the U.S. Congress in 1960. This NATIONAL Center has many diver…
 
In this episode, we had the good fortune to meet Debbie Berges, Dale Renfro, and Linda Roggenkamp who are leaders of the Onaga Historical Society located in Onaga, Kansas. They were so kind to share their time to help educate listeners and myself about Onaga, the Historical Society and its museums, and the current list of most pressing needs and pr…
 
In this episode, Sean Thomas meets with Austin Anders and Andrew Pankratz, from the Dickinson County Historical Society in Abilene, Kansas. Austin and Andrew were so kind in spending time with us. They are very focused and dedicated to sharing Dickinson County history! It’s clear that the Dickinson County Historical Society is very well managed and…
 
The “Blues Narrative: Blues People, Covid-19, and Civil Unrest” focuses on African Americans born between 1945 and 2004. The article delves into the establishment of homes, lifestyles, and traditions on a concrete terrain with Southern and country values, and shares how those values not only weathered the storm of many generations but how they arme…
 
For this episode, Sean Thomas caught up with Ms. Emily Thabes, the Executive Director of the Beltrami County Historical Society located in Bemidji Minnesota. I think after listening to the program, you’ll agree that she and her team are sustaining a whirlwind of activity all of which provides value to the community! We learned about how the histori…
 
In this episode, Sean Thomas meets with Ms. Melody Lager, the President of the Board of the Heartland Museum located in Clarion, Iowa.Sean shares his thoughts and hopes regarding the new year and recognizes our national Martin Luther King holiday.We learned that the Heartland Museum is a very diverse and unique regional museum! Melody shared an ove…
 
The term Soul Food and Southern Style food were not an initial naming convention for the meals eaten in the households I grew up in. We ate what grandma cooked. What granddad bought, for auntie and momma to prepare. As time went on, the meals of my family began popping up in stores around our community, then particular spaces across the nation by t…
 
In this NEW YEAR'S episode, Sean Thomas Radcliff meets with Bruce McEwan, the Chieftan of the Caledonian Society of Hawaii. Bruce McEwan was so kind to educate us on the facts of the richness of the history of the Scots in Hawaii. They were a part of the Royal Family of Hawaii. Princess Kaiulani was half-Scottish, and the Caledonian Society and oth…
 
In this CHRISTMAS Episode, Sean meets with Mr. David Reed, the Chief Curator and “Story Teller of Truth”, from the Reno County Museum and Historical Society located in Hutchinson, Kansas. David shared a Hutch News newspaper article from January 2, 1873 which described one of the first Christmas celebrations in Hutchinson. We discuss the great State…
 
In this episode, Sean Thomas meets with Sandra Bengtson, the President of the Fremont County Historical Society in Sidney Iowa. We discussed the facilities the Society manages which are the Museum, the Old School House, the Gathering Place, and the Ferrell House Museum. The Society is very excited about the fact that digitization of archived Sidney…
 
In this episode, Sean Thomas meets Carrie Eilderts of the Cedar Falls Historical Society. You’ll learn why Cedar Falls was once known as “The Garden City” How a portion of the downtown has been added to the National Registry of Historical Places. The possibility each year that the ICE HOUSE MUSEUM will be impacted by river flooding. Listener’s, ple…
 
Mara Kaye is a blues singer, born and raised in Mill Basin, Brooklyn. She has had the pleasure of singing in venues all over NYC and beyond. Some of her most electric and rewarding moments have been her sold-out performances at Joe's Pub, Rockwood Music Hall, and the intimate gatherings at Sunny's Bar. In this episode, Mara shares her musical begin…
 
On November 23rd, 1936, Robert Johnson partook in what’s considered the most historic recording session in music history. But there's a problem with the story Why was that more iconic than Peetie Wheetstraw, Memphis Minnie, Henry Thomas, or Mamie Smith? Because someone else told the story! Today we talk about the importance for everybody from any p…
 
In this episode, Sean Thomas meets Christy Deutmeyer of the Dyersville Area Historical Society. You’ll learn how the town of Dyersville began and some of the influential business men of the area. We discussed the Field of Dreams movie set; which is now a park in Dyersville. We learn about the Dyer-Botsford Museum and plans for further maintenance i…
 
In this episode, Sean Thomas interviews the Director of the Montgomery County Historical Society, Dave McFarland. You’ll learn how the town of Red Oak began and some of the influential business men who buildings and streets were named after including the designation of a part of the town as a Historic District, and the Red Oak Town Square which in …
 
Daryl Davis, a musician, author, and race relations expert was assaulted with flying bottles during the Cub Scout parade in 1968 when he was 10. This was his first experience with racism. He spent years studying and researching to answer the question he had about racial hatred. It would be a chance encounter later in life that would birth a dangero…
 
In this episode, Sean Thomas interviews the President of the Kailua Hawaii Historical Society, Dr. Paul Brennan. Dr. Brennan is so knowledgeable and an expert in the history of Kailua. Dr. Brennan indicated he would like to complete more archeology in the area before it’s damaged or gone forever and lost to the people of Kailua. He discusses what h…
 
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