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2012-05-31 A Last FL Slave Ship

*LunchBunch

Start: 12:02:25
End: 13:14:14
Chatters: alt, AYWalton, Daviss, HistoryBuff, keli1, Selma, Seventies, vkn

Selma: Afternoon alt..

Seventies: Good afternoon alt & Selma

Selma: Afternoon seventies

Seventies: How is everything going today?

Selma: Going pretty good and you?

alt: hey Selma & Seventies how y'all doing today?

Seventies: doing well. I have been following Wilimington on Fire the facebook fan page. And so far there is a lot of good info coming out on the documentary Doing well alt. How are you?

alt: feeling nostalgic.... put Anita & my HS graduation photos on Facebook... can you believe 55 & 60 years out of HS .... Wow!!!! LOL

Seventies: WOW That's longer that I've been alive! lol

Selma: Wow is right.. LOL Ok seventies..rub it in.. LOL

alt: God is good!!!!!!

Seventies: I cringe at being out of HS for just over 20 years... lol lol

alt: hello Daviss.. how goes it?

Daviss: hi there alt, seventies and selma!

Seventies: Hi Daviss...

Selma: Mornin daviss

Daviss: its going alt!

alt: Seventies, you know the altenrative to getting old? I'll take getting old :)

Seventies: lol

Selma: What is California Roll

Seventies: Sushi

Daviss: ;)

Selma: Shows you how "current" I am. LOL

Daviss: the grands love sushi..I cant get with it

alt: me too Selma, woulda never guessed it.

Selma: Now if you had said "tootsie roll"..I woulda known

Daviss: lol

Seventies: Its the Americanized version of it. Crab meat (cooked), sliced cucumber, Avocado and wrapped in seaweed and rice. LOL

alt: y'all sho nuff laying some good stuff on the lady researching Hezekiah Russell & his descendants.. she should be thrilled!!!!

Seventies: Once I ate a raw sushi... OMG Let's just sayI was hopping all day. Who is that? Where is that?

Daviss: She sure should alt you should have seen something thru your mail list seventies

Selma: When "she"..is she a she?..anyway they came into the chat Tuesday night, she kept talking about DC..but infact the person is in MD kent County in 1820

Seventies: No.. I don't think I'm subscribed to the mail list. Oh that issue

alt: yep Selma MD vs DC ... I thought it was a she, I could be wrong.

Selma: Its important to be specific that has impact on what you are looking for

alt: it sure does Selma one big lesson from this exchange.... FPOC records are 'plentiful' in both the US & Canada and if you're serious you can find them.

Daviss: looks like Lisa and others found them for her/him hi vkn!!!

vkn: Howdy all y'all

alt: plentiful.. in the sense that they are the same records used by 'white' genealogists in their US & Canada research.... vitals, land, census, directories, etc.

Seventies: Hi vkn

alt: Hi vkn

Selma: Afternoon vkn

Seventies: Did anyone read the article about the last Africans in the Florida Keys?

alt: so it ain't 'magic'.

Daviss: not me seventies

alt: me neither

vkn: Howdy Selma Seventies Daviss alt

Daviss: howdy back vkn!

vkn: lol

Seventies: gettin it now.. I should've come prepared, huh? lol

vkn: Seventies where was the article seventies

Daviss: In all that feedback, has there been a response back from Easy

alt: is this the last "original" Africans & what is the time period? I don't think so Daviss .. re; feedback from Easy

vkn: Was it a beached ship seventies

Seventies: Aw shucks.. now I can't even find the darn article!

Daviss: ok alt..the reason I asked was she was a newby to chat and I wondered if they were on the mailing list

alt: and I thought she/he said they had just found Afrigeneas.

Daviss: wb seventies

alt: perhaps not familiar with the 'routine' of being helped yet.

Daviss: right! did you find the link seventies?

Seventies: http://www.melfisher.org/exhibitions/lastslaveships/africanskw.htm Yes! lol

Daviss: ok thx

Seventies: Here's another clip from Wilmington on Fire. This researcher Kent Chatfield put together public documents to show how this event took place. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbE0R2-kzD4&feature=youtu.be

vkn: Thanx seventies i have read of the circumstances previously. Event happens after the ship landed at Mobile

alt: nice feature on Key West Seventies .. the list of supplies is fantastic!!!

Seventies: okay. Yes it was pretty interesting alt.

vkn: The Clotilde is touted as the last slave ship but the link you posted puts that in dispute, Seventies

Seventies: I think that it is ironic that the Marshal was named Moreno.... This is something that was posted on facebook and I just couldn't pass up sharing this with you all.

vkn: I am so glad you did

Daviss: I am curious about the auction off of the collection that Montague had. Did they find a place to house it yet rather to buy and house

Seventies: Good question Daviss. Hadn't heard anything about it except it was in storage.

AYWalton: Good afternoon, all.

Daviss: Afternoon AYWalton!

AYWalton: Howdy alt, Daviss, Selma, Seventies

Seventies: Hi AYWalton

AYWalton: greetings vkn!!!

alt: hello AYWalton, good afternoon to ya.

vkn: Howdy Doody AYWalton !!!

Selma: Afternoon AY

AYWalton: hope you are all well.

Seventies: Doing great.

AYWalton: that's good. what's new with folks? I am finally getting rest (more or less) from last week's trip.

vkn: Glad the bod is getting a break AYW

Seventies: That's good. Nothing much is going on here. Just sharing a few links with the group

Daviss: you are off again next week arent you AYWalton?

AYWalton: of course I am dealing with a mild case of allergies/postnasal drip turned into bronchitis. But it is getting better. Yes, and off to Philadelphia on Saturday, but that is a 1 day trip. And then on June 10, off to Birminham.

keli1: good after noon cousins!

AYWalton: howdy keli1

vkn: Howdy Keli long time Wassup?

alt: hello cuz keli1

Selma: Hey AY...glad to hear you are recovering from trip

Seventies: Hi Keli1

Selma: Afternook keli

AYWalton: yes, recovering from one and preparing for another.

keli1: nothing much, just thinking of what other genealogy challenge I have to deal with

Daviss: hello there Keli1!

keli1: hey Daviss...

alt: there wil always be something keli1

keli1: well a few sticking in my back...need to go away

AYWalton: some new challenges, keli1?

vkn: Someone posted that FL was indexed Not so in my searching

keli1: no not knew ones, just the same ones, I might have to conclude the info is just not there

Selma: or yet to be discovered keli..

Seventies: I do know you can search FL on family search, vkn

AYWalton: FL is indexed and searchable, now.

vkn: hmmmm will try again seventies

Daviss: It is searchable but not fully

AYWalton: on Family Search site it says that it is searchable.

Seventies: Yes I was searching for some Callins

vkn: thanx ayw

keli1: that is for sure Selma, I will put on hold for a while and then pick it up again

alt: indexed does not always mean searchable vkn... browsable, but not searchable as we are now used to.

Daviss: not indexed just searchable

AYWalton: I look at the map on FamilySearch.org

vkn: gotcha alt

AYWalton: https://familysearch.org/1940census/?cid=fsHomeT1940Text_v2

vkn: aaaaahhhh ok

AYWalton: hover your mouse over the state and the status ...the status will appear.

vkn: I have been taking the lazy way out but I will test the hovering

AYWalton: lol

Selma: LOL That doesn't sound like you vkn.. LOL

keli1: I haven't indexed in a few days, so feeling a bit guilty

alt: I've gotten lazy vkn,,, waiting for what I call indexed & searchable

vkn: Getting tired Selma stuff be catching up with me lol

AYWalton: One thing I have felt while looking at 1940 census is a tiny bit of sadness, because many of the folks living in the 1930s had died---this is the first year that many who were born enslaved were now gone. so the tie to those who survived slavery had ended. the gr. grandparents were gone---except for Sallie---who lived till 1961. She was born during the Civil War years. Keli1 are you still indexing?

vkn: Yes my grands were all deceased pre 1930

keli1: oh good point AY, it is sad, but happy for most of our parents, to be seen yes still indexing

Selma: Still haven't found my Mom..waiting for NY to be complete

alt: true AYWalton , I have many born int he 1850's & 1860's who died in the decade between 1930 & 1940.

AYWalton: I have my mom, but not my dad.

Selma: You still haven't found your Dad..I was about to ask

keli1: i got both of mine, dad was born in 1924 and mom 1930, but after the 1930 census was taken, so she showed up in 1940

AYWalton: I know he was in the same city he was in 1930, but I guess he was part of the undercount.

alt: parents and some friends keli1 LOL LOL LOL .....

keli1: selma what are their names

Selma: You mean my Mom keli?

keli1: yea, in case I index that area

Selma: The surname is HOSTEN

vkn: Dad 1876-1938 Mom 1892-1974

Selma: When she was visiting..she gave me the streets that she thought she was living on..but did not see.

AYWalton: Did you all see the Forensic Genealogy Institute?

keli1: oh yes, I would love to take it AY

Selma: Did find some cousins living on West 116th street..

AYWalton: Also I see that SLIG in Salt Lake is now open for registration, or will be.

keli1: Selma where in NY?

Selma: In Manhatten

vkn: Forensic is where the money is ayw

Selma: I looked at my neighborhood where we moved in the 1960's..it was just about all Italian in the 1940's

AYWalton: some of those folks are making mega bucks. No Afr. Am presenters this year, but I hope they will have some for next year, since they are holding the Afr. American track at SLIG. It is interesting Selma to see who was living in your house before your family moved there.

Selma: Yes..

alt: so you get to see the changing demographics of your neighborhood, huh Selma?

Selma: Found the apartment buidling where I grew up in the 1950's in the Bronx too

keli1: okay,will let you know if I get one in Manhattan

Selma: I like indexing..

alt: hello HistoryBuff

Selma: Afternoon Historybuff

vkn: Howdy HistoryBuff

AYWalton: Hello HistoryBuff

Daviss: hello HistoryBuff

HistoryBuff: Hey Alt, AYWalton, Daviss, Keli1, Seventies and Vkn.

Selma: Yes about the changes alt..

keli1: hi Historybuff

Daviss: Loved that picture of the google truck AYWalton

AYWalton: ahh that was too funny!

Selma: The neighborhood in the 1960's was heavily Italian when we moved there in the 1960's..Bakery and Pizza Palors on every blook on White Plains Road

AYWalton: I saw that vehicle 3 times that day!

vkn: Sounds like a good session from blogradio 2nite Is it a repeat? Bernice is getting really good press

AYWalton: First at Sam's Club, then at Starbucks, then at a red light!

Selma: Yes..looking forward to tonight vkn

Seventies: back. Hi HistoryBuff

AYWalton: so I had to take a photo since I use Street View all the time, and I wanted to know how their camera worked!! It is a series of cameras in a sphere. she is really bringing in great guests as well. she is booked into the fall.

Seventies: Selma you used to live near white plains road... ??

AYWalton: and folks call and ask to be on her show, now.

HistoryBuff: Hi back 2 U Seventies.

Selma: Yes.. on 217th street

Seventies: wow. Not my stomping grounds, but definitely know a little something about the area.

vkn: It is wonderful ayw

AYWalton: tonight she had a descendant of William Grimes, author of the first slave narrative.

Selma: I am a Bronx girl seventies.. lOL

HistoryBuff: While I appreciate all of Bernice's BlogTalkRadio sessions, the cemetery preservation is the one that's my ears burning.

Selma: Kelly Street and 217th..you can't get more Bronx than that

AYWalton: that was a good show.

Seventies: ah huh. My cousin lives in the Bronx.

AYWalton: well I am going to run, folks. Have a great day everyone.

alt: I'll be listening to the show tonite, if I can stay awake... it will be interesting to hear how they know it was the "first" slave narrative.

HistoryBuff: Good question, Alt.

Selma: Probably from the publication date alt

alt: 'first' & "only' are two words that scare me when speaking of things in an historical perspective.

HistoryBuff: How so, Alt?

alt: I like one of the first and one of the few. just for accuracies sake.

Selma: Well folks I have to run..hopefully will see you all tonite..if I can stay awake too.. LOL

Seventies: Nite Selma

alt: takec are Selma

Selma: Have a nice day

Daviss: nite

vkn: lol selma me too

HistoryBuff: Has the Grimres narrative been compared to William Grant Still's documents?

Seventies: Let me go. I have to scan those newspaper clippings... lol I'll be posting some on facebook. :} By request

alt: Still of the UGRR? his 'stuff' is later Seventies

Seventies: See y'all tonight, mayve

Daviss: bye

HistoryBuff: Yes that's whom I am referring to, Alt.

vkn: Daviss is Grimes a repeat?

Daviss: not that I know of vkn

vkn: okies

alt: okay HistoryBuff .... Still's work is more from the 1850's & later.... this narrative is dated 1824 I think.

Daviss: I am waiting on the show with pearl alice

alt: that would be a great show "Pearl Alice"

HistoryBuff: Okay, thanks Alt. I'd be interested in the comparative research of Still and Grimes. Pearl Alice?

Daviss: yes alt it will be

alt: vkn, I would like to hear Hasker Nelson... he did a weekly Black show on Cincinnati TV for 25 years before he retired in 1999 ... a true Black media personality.

vkn: Pearl is on the mailing list and so is Hasker

Daviss: she will be on the show in June or July.. I need to check back with her

vkn: I will chat with Hasker about blog radio

alt: and Hasker book on interviewing techniques for Black folks is really a classic.

vkn: alt the book is out of print

HistoryBuff: Daviss I was impressed with your posting of Caivin R. Hicks today. I'm sorry that I'd not heard of him before.

alt: right vkn..... wish he would re-publish well y'all it's skedaddle time for me... talk to you later..... bye

Daviss: yes History into the other link you will see other images

HistoryBuff: Cya Alt.

vkn: I have the dvd of Hasker interviewing his mother

Daviss: later alt thats nice vkn

vkn: good to hear re sistuh1 daviss

HistoryBuff: Is that scene part of a documentary, Vkn?

Daviss: yes vkn..

vkn: No it is not HB

HistoryBuff: Oh okay.

vkn: See you beautiful peeps tonight

Daviss: I better go and figure out how I want to fry mashed potato left overs HistoryBuff talk later

HistoryBuff: Okay.later.

Daviss: bye

HistoryBuff: bye


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