• 3D Stereoscopic Photographs of Cities and Settlements in Kansas (1867)

    Animated stereoscopic photographs of cities and settlements in Kansas taken by Alexander Gardner in 1867. Captions originally sold with the photographs are included in quotations. Sources: Library of Congress Tags: history, documentary, 1860's, albumen prints, stereoview, stereoviews, stereoscopic, stereograph, stereographs, 3d, houses, wigglegrams, photos, pictures, lawrence, leavenworth, city, frontier, life, images, bridge, building, construction, massachusetts street, turnpike, wagons, horses, horse-drawn, fifth street, pedestrians, topeka, state line, tame elk, clear creek, fort riley, major ogden , hays city, stagecoach, wyandotte, webster family, kaw river, farm house, express overland, wagon, carriage, carriages, kansas, stereoscopy,

    published: 07 Sep 2015
  • Kansas African Americans: Settlements, Towns & Colonies

    Summer Class Project had to adjust the sound

    published: 05 Jul 2013
  • Police excessive force settlements line pockets of KC criminals

    Millions of taxpayer dollars are winding up in the hands of criminals across the Kansas City metro. Since 2012, the Kansas City Police Department has paid out at least $5.9 million in excessive force settlements. After reporting on two cases that resulted in large payouts, the 41 Action News Investigators wanted to know how much money the city spends when a police encounter goes too far.

    published: 27 Oct 2017
  • Early German Settlement

    German settlement of northern Douglas and southern Washington counties which resulting in the formation of the Schleswig-Holstein Verein, Dutch Hall (1876) and German Cemetery in Eastern Nebraska.

    published: 05 Apr 2014
  • Kansas

    In the heart of the Old West, where Marshall Wyatt Earp represented the law and thousands of settlers started their journey to the West in their covered wagons, lies the state of Kansas. Deputy Public Affairs Officer Kellee Farmer leads you through the wind-swept plains, that became famous through the book and film “The Wizard of Oz,” and where the “Wild West” can still be felt, to the beauty of the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve.

    published: 21 Apr 2015
  • Details of Schlitterbahn death settlement released

    The family of the 10-year-old boy killed on a Schlitterbahn water slide will receive almost $20 million.

    published: 04 May 2017
  • Car Accident Whiplash Insurance | Whiplash | Kansas City | MO | KS | DIY Settlement Claim

    http://www.permanencyofwhiplash.com For Expert Advice on how to settle your own clam, click the link. There are multiple things you can do within the first few days and weeks after an accident to protect your right to compensation should you want to file an injury claim. Except for filing a formal claim against a government entity, there is no single step that you absolutely must take to obtain a fair settlement. However, the more of the following suggestions you can follow, the more smoothly your claim process is likely to flow. Write down as much as you can about the accident itself, your injuries, and any other losses you've suffered as a result of the accident. The information and techniques contained in this notebook have been accumulated by an attorney who represented hundreds of w...

    published: 05 Mar 2014
  • You don't know KC like you think you do.

    Many blacks in Kansas City are oblivious to the racism that all exist in our city. But I'm here to change that. DISTRUBUTED BY THA PLUG CLOTHING LLC

    published: 22 Aug 2015
  • Kansas

    Kansas /ˈkænzəs/ KAN-zəs is a U.S. state located in the Midwestern United States. It is named after the Kansa Native American tribe which inhabited the area. The tribe's name (natively kką:ze) is often said to mean "people of the wind" or "people of the south wind," although this was probably not the term's original meaning. Residents of Kansas are called "Kansans." For thousands of years, what is now Kansas was home to numerous and diverse Native American tribes. Tribes in the Eastern part of the state generally lived in villages along the river valleys. Tribes in the Western part of the state were semi-nomadic and hunted large herds of bison. Kansas was first settled by European Americans in the 1830s, but the pace of settlement accelerated in the 1850s, in the midst of political wars ov...

    published: 24 Jul 2014
  • Ghost Towns in Kansas, United States - Abandoned Village, Town or City

    Thanks for watching..... 1) Battle of Black Jack 2) Bushong 3) Coolidge 4) Coronado 5) Doniphan 6) Irving 7) Lone Star 8) Louisville 9) Miller 10) Pawnee 11) Prairie City 12) Quindaro Townsite 13) Rosalia 14) Silkville 15) Smoky Hill City 16) Stull 17) Trading Post 19) Ulysses 20) White Cloud Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ghost_towns_in_Kansas A ghost town is an abandoned village, town or city, usually one which contains substantial visible remains. A town often becomes a ghost town because the economic activity that supported it has failed, or due to natural or human-caused disasters such as floods, government actions, uncontrolled lawlessness, war, or nuclear disasters. The term can sometimes refer to cities, towns, and neighborhoods which are still populated, but signif...

    published: 14 Apr 2014
  • insurance company pushing for early settlement

    It is common for insurance adjusters to encourage injured people to settle their injury claims very soon after an accident occurs. If the insurance adjuster can persuade the injured person to accept a settlement and sign a release within a few days of an injury, then the adjuster has succeeded in limiting the insurance company's liability to the amount of the settlement. If an injured person agrees to a settlement too soon after an accident only to find out they need additional medical care that won't be covered by the settlement amount they agreed to, it is too late: a deal has been made. DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES ALLOW YOURSELF TO BE TALKED INTO SETTLING AN INJURY CLAIM TOO SOON. The safe, smart play is to take the appropriate amount of time to have your injuries properly address...

    published: 29 Sep 2015
  • WATCH: Black Town in Kansas? Poem Explains Epic Story

    NICODEMUS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE http://www.nps.gov/nico/index.htm Sunni Patterson shares the story of Nicodemus, Kansas and the freed African Americans who settled there. Violence and Jim Crow Laws in the south motivated five families to move west. Over time, Nicodemus would become part of the larger migration story known as the "Exodusters." Today, the ancestors of these five families still live in this town that was founded in 1877. Nicodemus is a National Historic Site, managed by the National Park Service. To learn more, please visit: http://www.nps.gov/nico/index.htm Produced by: David Ehrenberg Click here to watch the audio described version: https://youtu.be/wTQ6Po2_DqE

    published: 24 Feb 2016
  • You "CAN" Go Home Again Nicodemus, Kansas

    You Can Go Home Again is the story of 97 year old Verle Moore who returns back home to Nicodemus, Kansas. Nicodemus was the first all Black settlement founded by Emancipated slaves in 1877. These free slaves traveled from Kentucky to Kansas to begin a legacy that has been passed on from generation to generation. Today hundreds of descendants return home every year to the Annual Homecoming Celebration to honor the ancestors of this National Historical Site of American history.

    published: 10 Mar 2012
  • Boy Decapitated at Water Park in Kansas

    Music "Echoes of Time V2" by Kevin Macleod at incompetech.com Sources - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/05/04/family-boy-decapitated-kansas-waterslide-receive-20-million/ http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/worlds-tallest-waterslide-demolished-after-9318162 http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/02/14/dad-recalls-final-words-to-son-decapitated-on-water-slide.html http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4410080/Settlements-family-boy-decapitated-waterslide.html https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1591482/teenage-girls-reveal-horror-of-seeing-10-year-old-boy-decapitated-on-the-worlds-tallest-waterslide/ https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2245374/schlitterbahn-water-park-verruckt-slide-death-caleb-schwab/

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • Changes to rural settlements depopulation

    Video lesson looking at the causes and effects of depopulation in the Western Isles. Depopulation is a problem affecting rural areas.

    published: 13 Mar 2016
  • Around Kansas - Kansas Churches built by German Immigrants - June 15, 2016

    (Frank) And here we are again. So you know, Kansas has a lot of immigrants here that came from, well a lot of them came from Germany, a lot of them from Russia, and they brought wheat. (Deb) Ireland... (Frank) Ireland, especially Ireland. (Deb) Scotland. I mean we were talking about the Aberdeen Angus, you know the Scots brought that. You know we've talked about some of those. The Irish, the Celtic Fox Pub, you know thank God they came. [laughs] (Frank) Well, and because of that we have kind of a diverse architecture. (Deb) We do. (Frank) Eclectic I guess you would say as well, because you might get Irish, you might get German, you might get Scandinavian. I mean, Lindsborg of course. (Deb) Czechs, Wilson with the Czechs. Yes. (Frank) Bingo. So it really kind of makes it interesting. That's...

    published: 15 Jun 2016
  • A Kansas man was beaten, arrested and convicted. This bodycam footage cleared his name

    Topeka, Kansas - Arthur Morris was just trying to have a smoke one night outside his Topeka home. He was incredulous when three police officers arrived on his back porch. No, he hadn’t called 911, he told them. No, neither had his neighbors to report him yelling at his partner, Jeanie Becerra, because they hadn’t been yelling at each other. When former Topeka police officer Jeremy Carlisle-Simons made the unlawful arrest in September 2014 that would lead to his departure from the force, he threw an uncooperative subject to the ground, screamed obscenities and pounded his fist into the man’s back. The city of Topeka would pay $50,000 for his actions, contributing to more than $400,000 in total settlements and claims related to police activity since 2010.

    published: 22 Dec 2017
  • Around Kansas - Fort Scott - Nov. 25, 2015

    (Frank) And we're back. (Deb) It's almost turkey day. (Frank) So, yes. And well, I don't know if I should bring up the controversy over turkeys or not. I hope you got a turkey, cause you know there was a shortage. Maybe it's turkey day and maybe it's not for a lot of families. But, the whole idea of course is getting together with families and being thankful for the blessings that you've got. (Deb) And you know I think you should be thankful for all the wild turkeys we've got in Kansas. And by golly, you can go hunt one. (Frank) That's right. (Deb) We've got so many wild turkeys. (Frank) Ah, anyway. So we hope that you will have a very, very happy Thanksgiving. (Deb) Make friends with a hunter today. If you are missing a turkey for tomorrow. Make friends with a hunter. That's the plan. (Fr...

    published: 27 Nov 2015
  • Scenic SEK -- History of St. Paul, Kansas

    This segment of Scenic SEK takes us to St. Paul, where the crew uncovers the past of the oldest settlements in the area. As always, Tyler Swezey, Jacob Anselmi, and Trent Kling with the camerawork...Anselmi with the voiceover. This was another segment that aired in the January 2008 "Best of Scenic SEK" compilation show.

    published: 01 Mar 2008
  • METAL DETECTING ON OLD SETTLEMENTS! FINDS CONTINUE TO SURPRISE! CrazySeeker!

    Metal detecting on old settlements! Finds continue to surprise! Pleasant viewing!!! Subscribe on channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN5wmeSDWLUite-kNWKRIJw Other interesting videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN5wmeSDWLUite-kNWKRIJw/videos All playlists: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN5wmeSDWLUite-kNWKRIJw/playlists Hi friends! Search by means of the metal detector is interesting to you? Takes search by means of a search magnet in the rivers and old wells? You love search in the abandoned houses where there lived people earlier, and wind walks now. And you have a desire to watch reviews of the prices of finds, directly from an antiques auction. So all this together can be found on one channel, - "Crazy Seeker"! Cheerful and really cool channel! Come and subscribe...

    published: 04 Sep 2017
  • Missouri Law Enforcement Agency's liability settlements exceed $1 million, here is one reason why.

    published: 09 Feb 2017
  • WATCH: They Built Their Own Town | Nicodemus, KS

    NICODEMUS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE http://www.nps.gov/nico/index.htm The settlers of Nicodemus laid down brick and mortar, hand crafting a community brimming with new opportunity. A spirit of entrepreneurship, a desire for ownership and enduring faith all crossed paths in Nicodemus, Kansas, leaving a legacy of pride many carry with them today. Nicodemus is a National Historic Site, managed by the National Park Service. To learn more, please visit: http://www.nps.gov/nico/index.htm Produced by: David Ehrenberg Click here to watch the audio described version: https://youtu.be/NH0hc-0uhGE

    published: 10 Mar 2016
  • Kansas Museum of History

    Kansas Museum of History

    published: 11 Jul 2014
  • Nation Builders (Tunis G Campbell,Ben Pap Singleton, Edwin McCabe, Negro Fort ) -Haki Kweli Shakur

    New Afrikan Nation builders and the struggle for land Tunis Gulic Campbell (April 1, 1812 – December 4, 1891) was a prominent African-American politician of the 19th century, and a major figure in Reconstruction Georgia... Benjamin "Pap" Singleton (1809–1900) was an American activist and businessman best known for his role in establishing African American settlements in Kansas. A former slave from Tennessee who escaped to freedom in 1846, he became a noted abolitionist, community leader, and spokesman for African-American civil rights. He returned to Tennessee during the Union occupation in 1862, but soon concluded that blacks would never achieve economic equality in the white-dominated South. After the end of Reconstruction, Singleton organized the movement of thousands of black coloni...

    published: 03 Mar 2015
  • 8355 S Kansas Settlement Rd, Willcox, AZ 85643

    published: 21 May 2015
  • Stryker Hip Lawyer Kansas City Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Kansas City Kansas

    Stryker Hip Lawyer Kansas City Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Kansas City Kansas - Stryker Hip Recall Symptoms - Hip Replacement Metallosis Hip Replacement - Stryker Update, Payments, Registration, Symptoms - Hip Lawyers - Free Consultation - No Fees Unless You Receive Money - Toll Free 1-866-777-2557 or visit http://www.hiplawsuitinformation.com

    published: 11 Jan 2017
  • Kansas family wins $20 million settlement After boy's waterslide death

    published: 06 May 2017
  • Stryker Hip Lawyer Topeka Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Topeka Kansas

    Stryker Hip Lawyer Topeka Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Topeka Kansas - Stryker Hip Recall Symptoms - Hip Replacement Metallosis Hip Replacement - Stryker Update, Payments, Registration, Symptoms - Hip Lawyers - Free Consultation - No Fees Unless You Receive Money - Toll Free 1-866-777-2557 or visit http://www.hiplawsuitinformation.com

    published: 11 Jan 2017
  • Stryker Hip Lawyer Olathe Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Olathe Kansas

    Stryker Hip Lawyer Olathe Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Olathe Kansas - Stryker Hip Recall Symptoms - Hip Replacement Metallosis Hip Replacement - Stryker Update, Payments, Registration, Symptoms - Hip Lawyers - Free Consultation - No Fees Unless You Receive Money - Toll Free 1-866-777-2557 or visit http://www.hiplawsuitinformation.com

    published: 11 Jan 2017
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3D Stereoscopic Photographs of Cities and Settlements in Kansas (1867)

3D Stereoscopic Photographs of Cities and Settlements in Kansas (1867)

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Animated stereoscopic photographs of cities and settlements in Kansas taken by Alexander Gardner in 1867. Captions originally sold with the photographs are included in quotations. Sources: Library of Congress Tags: history, documentary, 1860's, albumen prints, stereoview, stereoviews, stereoscopic, stereograph, stereographs, 3d, houses, wigglegrams, photos, pictures, lawrence, leavenworth, city, frontier, life, images, bridge, building, construction, massachusetts street, turnpike, wagons, horses, horse-drawn, fifth street, pedestrians, topeka, state line, tame elk, clear creek, fort riley, major ogden , hays city, stagecoach, wyandotte, webster family, kaw river, farm house, express overland, wagon, carriage, carriages, kansas, stereoscopy,
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Kansas African Americans: Settlements, Towns & Colonies

Kansas African Americans: Settlements, Towns & Colonies

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Summer Class Project had to adjust the sound
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Police excessive force settlements line pockets of KC criminals

Police excessive force settlements line pockets of KC criminals

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Millions of taxpayer dollars are winding up in the hands of criminals across the Kansas City metro. Since 2012, the Kansas City Police Department has paid out at least $5.9 million in excessive force settlements. After reporting on two cases that resulted in large payouts, the 41 Action News Investigators wanted to know how much money the city spends when a police encounter goes too far.
https://wn.com/Police_Excessive_Force_Settlements_Line_Pockets_Of_Kc_Criminals
Early German Settlement

Early German Settlement

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German settlement of northern Douglas and southern Washington counties which resulting in the formation of the Schleswig-Holstein Verein, Dutch Hall (1876) and German Cemetery in Eastern Nebraska.
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Kansas

Kansas

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In the heart of the Old West, where Marshall Wyatt Earp represented the law and thousands of settlers started their journey to the West in their covered wagons, lies the state of Kansas. Deputy Public Affairs Officer Kellee Farmer leads you through the wind-swept plains, that became famous through the book and film “The Wizard of Oz,” and where the “Wild West” can still be felt, to the beauty of the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve.
https://wn.com/Kansas
Details of Schlitterbahn death settlement released

Details of Schlitterbahn death settlement released

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The family of the 10-year-old boy killed on a Schlitterbahn water slide will receive almost $20 million.
https://wn.com/Details_Of_Schlitterbahn_Death_Settlement_Released
Car Accident Whiplash Insurance | Whiplash | Kansas City | MO | KS | DIY Settlement Claim

Car Accident Whiplash Insurance | Whiplash | Kansas City | MO | KS | DIY Settlement Claim

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http://www.permanencyofwhiplash.com For Expert Advice on how to settle your own clam, click the link. There are multiple things you can do within the first few days and weeks after an accident to protect your right to compensation should you want to file an injury claim. Except for filing a formal claim against a government entity, there is no single step that you absolutely must take to obtain a fair settlement. However, the more of the following suggestions you can follow, the more smoothly your claim process is likely to flow. Write down as much as you can about the accident itself, your injuries, and any other losses you've suffered as a result of the accident. The information and techniques contained in this notebook have been accumulated by an attorney who represented hundreds of whiplash victims during his 35 year legal career. In addition, the author has presented the continuing legal education seminar, The Permanency of Whiplash, in twenty four states to thousands of personal injury lawyers, many of whom have shared their experiences, knowledge and techniques in achieving equitable settlements and verdicts for their injured clients. Those "nuggets" of wisdom which were successfully utilized in the author's representation of whiplash victims are included in the Whiplash Case Management Notebook. The Whiplash Case Management Guide was orginally designed for the general practitioner and the plaintiff personal injury attorney. It will help you through the entire representation process -- from the initial client interview and evaluation of the case to post settlement / trial client relations. Whether the attorney has never represented a whiplash victim, or has handled dozens of such cases, he/she will find this volume an invaluable aid in the representation of the auto injured. There is perhaps no other area of personal injury law where the victim is handicapped not only by his/her injury and the public's perception of the same, but also by the attorney's lack of expertise in what many, including a majority of lawyers, regard as a minor case. Sixty percent (60%) of whiplash victims recover without residual problems. Who adequately and zealously represents the interests of the other forty percent (40%) of these victims? How does the plaintiff attorney recognize if his/her client is one of these unfortunate victims? The Whiplash Case Management Notebook will guide the attorney from the client evaluation process through settlement or trial. The information presented in The Permanency of Whiplash CLE seminar is designed, in part, to educate the personal injury lawyer about the biomechanics and causation of injury, the healing process and the determination of permanency. The Whiplash Case Management Notebook was written in response to the "how to" questions posed by participants at The Permanency of Whiplash seminar. The seminar provides a foundation of understanding for the attorney and the notebook provides the practical nuts and bolts applications to better equip the attorney to represent whiplash victims. The Permanency of Whiplash is a nationally presented Continuing Legal Education Seminar for attorneys. This four hour seminar covers the biomechanics and causation of injuries in low speed rear-end collisions and the practical application of this knowledge in settlement negotiations with insurance adjusters or the presentation of the facts at trial. It includes: the most current medical information gleaned from a review of over 2,000 medical journal articles; the results of current scientific testing for rear-end collisions; and, current data and statistics compiled by numerous state and federal agencies. This technical knowledge is coupled with the author's experience in representing hundreds of whiplash victims to better equip plaintiff attorneys in representing their clients. http://youtu.be/0_W7Z_xcDWw
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You don't know KC like you think you do.

You don't know KC like you think you do.

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Many blacks in Kansas City are oblivious to the racism that all exist in our city. But I'm here to change that. DISTRUBUTED BY THA PLUG CLOTHING LLC
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Kansas

Kansas

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Kansas /ˈkænzəs/ KAN-zəs is a U.S. state located in the Midwestern United States. It is named after the Kansa Native American tribe which inhabited the area. The tribe's name (natively kką:ze) is often said to mean "people of the wind" or "people of the south wind," although this was probably not the term's original meaning. Residents of Kansas are called "Kansans." For thousands of years, what is now Kansas was home to numerous and diverse Native American tribes. Tribes in the Eastern part of the state generally lived in villages along the river valleys. Tribes in the Western part of the state were semi-nomadic and hunted large herds of bison. Kansas was first settled by European Americans in the 1830s, but the pace of settlement accelerated in the 1850s, in the midst of political wars over the slavery issue. When it was officially opened to settlement by the U.S. government in 1854, abolitionist Free-Staters from New England and pro-slavery settlers from neighboring Missouri rushed to the territory to determine whether Kansas would become a free state or a slave state. Thus, the area was a hotbed of violence and chaos in its early days as these forces collided, and was known as Bleeding Kansas. The abolitionists eventually prevailed and on January 29, 1861, Kansas entered the Union as a free state. After the Civil War, the population of Kansas grew rapidly when waves of immigrants turned the prairie into farmland. Today, Kansas is one of the most productive agricultural states, producing high yields of wheat, sorghum, and sunflowers. Kansas is the 15th most extensive and the 34th most populous of the 50 United States. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Ghost Towns in Kansas, United States - Abandoned Village, Town or City

Ghost Towns in Kansas, United States - Abandoned Village, Town or City

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Thanks for watching..... 1) Battle of Black Jack 2) Bushong 3) Coolidge 4) Coronado 5) Doniphan 6) Irving 7) Lone Star 8) Louisville 9) Miller 10) Pawnee 11) Prairie City 12) Quindaro Townsite 13) Rosalia 14) Silkville 15) Smoky Hill City 16) Stull 17) Trading Post 19) Ulysses 20) White Cloud Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ghost_towns_in_Kansas A ghost town is an abandoned village, town or city, usually one which contains substantial visible remains. A town often becomes a ghost town because the economic activity that supported it has failed, or due to natural or human-caused disasters such as floods, government actions, uncontrolled lawlessness, war, or nuclear disasters. The term can sometimes refer to cities, towns, and neighborhoods which are still populated, but significantly less so than in years past; for example those affected by high levels of unemployment and dereliction. The exact definition of a ghost town varies between individuals, and between cultures. Some writers discount settlements that were abandoned as a result of a natural or human-made disaster, using the term only to describe settlements which were deserted because they were no longer economically viable; T. Lindsey Baker, author of Ghost Towns of Texas, defines a ghost town as "a town for which the reason for being no longer exists".[1] Some believe that any settlement with visible tangible remains should not be called a ghost town;[2] others say, conversely, that a ghost town should contain the tangible remains of buildings.[3] Whether or not the settlement must be completely deserted, or may contain a small population, is also a matter for debate.[2] Generally, though, the term is used in a looser sense, encompassing any and all of these definitions. The American author Lambert Florin's preferred definition of a ghost town was simply "a shadowy semblance of a former self". I, Kaushik Biswas, hereby declare that all information regarding this video I collect from www.wikipedia.org and all Images use to make this video is from Google Search www.google.com . I use Google Advanced Search to collect those images, usage rights : "free to use, share or modify, even commercially" section. Background Sound of this video I collect from Youtube Audio Library which are free to use. Thank you.
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insurance company pushing for early settlement

insurance company pushing for early settlement

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It is common for insurance adjusters to encourage injured people to settle their injury claims very soon after an accident occurs. If the insurance adjuster can persuade the injured person to accept a settlement and sign a release within a few days of an injury, then the adjuster has succeeded in limiting the insurance company's liability to the amount of the settlement. If an injured person agrees to a settlement too soon after an accident only to find out they need additional medical care that won't be covered by the settlement amount they agreed to, it is too late: a deal has been made. DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES ALLOW YOURSELF TO BE TALKED INTO SETTLING AN INJURY CLAIM TOO SOON. The safe, smart play is to take the appropriate amount of time to have your injuries properly addressed by your doctors. Typically the more risk there is that an insurance company will have to pay a large settlement, the more they rush to try to reach a settlement. This often happens in high exposure claims like drunk driving accidents or accident involving commercial vehicles. You can minimize the chances of settling for too little, too soon by arranging a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney who can explain the claims process and your options and legal rights. Daragh Carter is an attorney in Houston, Texas whose practice is focused exclusively on representing personal injury clients. Daragh Carter is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Personal Injury Trial Law, is rated "superb" and 10/10 on the popular attorney-rating web site AVVO, was voted a Top Lawyer for Personal Injury by Houstonia Magazine in 2013, 2014 and 2015 and a Rising Star by Texas Super Lawyer in 2014. Contact information: www.daraghcarterlaw.com or (832) 859 8243 or daragh@daraghcarterlaw.com
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WATCH: Black Town in Kansas? Poem Explains Epic Story

WATCH: Black Town in Kansas? Poem Explains Epic Story

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NICODEMUS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE http://www.nps.gov/nico/index.htm Sunni Patterson shares the story of Nicodemus, Kansas and the freed African Americans who settled there. Violence and Jim Crow Laws in the south motivated five families to move west. Over time, Nicodemus would become part of the larger migration story known as the "Exodusters." Today, the ancestors of these five families still live in this town that was founded in 1877. Nicodemus is a National Historic Site, managed by the National Park Service. To learn more, please visit: http://www.nps.gov/nico/index.htm Produced by: David Ehrenberg Click here to watch the audio described version: https://youtu.be/wTQ6Po2_DqE
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You "CAN" Go Home Again Nicodemus, Kansas

You "CAN" Go Home Again Nicodemus, Kansas

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You Can Go Home Again is the story of 97 year old Verle Moore who returns back home to Nicodemus, Kansas. Nicodemus was the first all Black settlement founded by Emancipated slaves in 1877. These free slaves traveled from Kentucky to Kansas to begin a legacy that has been passed on from generation to generation. Today hundreds of descendants return home every year to the Annual Homecoming Celebration to honor the ancestors of this National Historical Site of American history.
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Boy Decapitated at Water Park in Kansas

Boy Decapitated at Water Park in Kansas

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Music "Echoes of Time V2" by Kevin Macleod at incompetech.com Sources - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/05/04/family-boy-decapitated-kansas-waterslide-receive-20-million/ http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/worlds-tallest-waterslide-demolished-after-9318162 http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/02/14/dad-recalls-final-words-to-son-decapitated-on-water-slide.html http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4410080/Settlements-family-boy-decapitated-waterslide.html https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1591482/teenage-girls-reveal-horror-of-seeing-10-year-old-boy-decapitated-on-the-worlds-tallest-waterslide/ https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2245374/schlitterbahn-water-park-verruckt-slide-death-caleb-schwab/
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Changes to rural settlements   depopulation

Changes to rural settlements depopulation

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Video lesson looking at the causes and effects of depopulation in the Western Isles. Depopulation is a problem affecting rural areas.
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Around Kansas - Kansas Churches built by German Immigrants - June 15, 2016

Around Kansas - Kansas Churches built by German Immigrants - June 15, 2016

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(Frank) And here we are again. So you know, Kansas has a lot of immigrants here that came from, well a lot of them came from Germany, a lot of them from Russia, and they brought wheat. (Deb) Ireland... (Frank) Ireland, especially Ireland. (Deb) Scotland. I mean we were talking about the Aberdeen Angus, you know the Scots brought that. You know we've talked about some of those. The Irish, the Celtic Fox Pub, you know thank God they came. [laughs] (Frank) Well, and because of that we have kind of a diverse architecture. (Deb) We do. (Frank) Eclectic I guess you would say as well, because you might get Irish, you might get German, you might get Scandinavian. I mean, Lindsborg of course. (Deb) Czechs, Wilson with the Czechs. Yes. (Frank) Bingo. So it really kind of makes it interesting. That's another reason why Kansas is so interesting a place to visit, because you're not going to see the same thing, same thing, same thing. It's going to be an interesting trip. (Deb) It will be. You know the flavor of the community is literally. You know the food, the entertainment, and the architecture. You know, it's what they brought over, and because most of that happened in the last half of the 19th Century, not that far back, especially as it relates to architecture. Now one of the things I found interesting that we're going to be talking about, the Volga Germans coming to Kansas. One of my friends who were Volga German talked about growing up in the different communities, and how we were talking about accents. Different communities of course had different dialects of German, and you could tell who was from what community because of the dialect of German that they spoke. And there was a lot of prejudice between the German communities themselves; you know just the way people are you know. Oh you're not as good as these people because this it the way you talk. You now which is the way they generally think about me when they hear my accent. You know, just poor cracker from the south. (Frank) Well, and a lot of the immigrants too, it's reflected in the churches. (Deb) Absolutely. (Frank) And so that's kind of what this story is going to be about. (Deb) And that may be the prettiest reflection of those immigrants and it's certainly one of the most enduring, and you are going to be shocked by this segment. Few events have shaped Kansas like the immigration of the Volga Germans, those war-weary Germans who had been lured to the land along the Volga River by Russia's Catherine the Great generations earlier. For a hundred years, the Volga Germans farmed and prospered, exempt from military service because Catherine had so valued their agricultural skills. When this exemption was revoked by Czar Alexander II, they looked to America. The first group of settlers left for Topeka in 1875. Upon arrival they were encouraged by the Kansas Pacific Railroad to settle on land owned by the railroad in Ellis and northern Rush counties. Large settlements also emerged in Russell County and North Topeka. The movement of German-Russians into Kansas continued until the First World War. Besides the wheat that the farmers brought with them, the Volga Germans left another indelible mark on the landscape of Kansas, and on the skyline of many small towns -- the churches. St. Fidelis in Victoria is the largest and most famous of the German Catholic churches, and one of the eight wonders of Kansas. In 2014, the Pope declared the church a minor basilica. It was William Jennings Bryan, visiting in 1912, who dubbed St. Fidelis the Cathedral of the Plains. But the church was the center of other German communities as well, and while not so large, they are just as beautiful as the Cathedral in Victoria. The communities of Catherine, Liebenthal, Leoville, Munjor, and Schoenchen--many towns around Hays are marked by the steeples of these beautiful churches. As a descendant of one those Volga Germans remarked; these were very religious people. The church was the center of the community. Each family was required to provide so many wagonfuls of stone, which was all cut by hand. Master craftsmen were responsible for the woodwork. Stained glass windows were often imported. They resembled the churches that had been left behind, something of the homeland, something representing the hope that these new communities would truly be home, for them and generations to come. They farmed, raised kids, and went to church, and in the process, transformed the plains into the breadbasket of the world. As a descendant said; they trusted in God and hard work, and the evidence of that faith remains to anchor the communities. (Frank) And we have to go again. So, I'm Frank. (Deb) I'm Deb. (Frank) And we'll see you somewhere... (Together) Around Kansas.
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A Kansas man was beaten, arrested and convicted. This bodycam footage cleared his name

A Kansas man was beaten, arrested and convicted. This bodycam footage cleared his name

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Topeka, Kansas - Arthur Morris was just trying to have a smoke one night outside his Topeka home. He was incredulous when three police officers arrived on his back porch. No, he hadn’t called 911, he told them. No, neither had his neighbors to report him yelling at his partner, Jeanie Becerra, because they hadn’t been yelling at each other. When former Topeka police officer Jeremy Carlisle-Simons made the unlawful arrest in September 2014 that would lead to his departure from the force, he threw an uncooperative subject to the ground, screamed obscenities and pounded his fist into the man’s back. The city of Topeka would pay $50,000 for his actions, contributing to more than $400,000 in total settlements and claims related to police activity since 2010.
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Around Kansas - Fort Scott - Nov. 25, 2015

Around Kansas - Fort Scott - Nov. 25, 2015

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(Frank) And we're back. (Deb) It's almost turkey day. (Frank) So, yes. And well, I don't know if I should bring up the controversy over turkeys or not. I hope you got a turkey, cause you know there was a shortage. Maybe it's turkey day and maybe it's not for a lot of families. But, the whole idea of course is getting together with families and being thankful for the blessings that you've got. (Deb) And you know I think you should be thankful for all the wild turkeys we've got in Kansas. And by golly, you can go hunt one. (Frank) That's right. (Deb) We've got so many wild turkeys. (Frank) Ah, anyway. So we hope that you will have a very, very happy Thanksgiving. (Deb) Make friends with a hunter today. If you are missing a turkey for tomorrow. Make friends with a hunter. That's the plan. (Frank) Yea, bring back really old traditions. Get one. (Deb) May take a little tenderizing, but you know you'll be OK. (Frank) Anyway, we're gonna talk about a place called... (Deb) Fort Scott. (Frank) Fort Scott. So, it's located of course, in Kansas. (Deb) Of course, southeastern part of the state. Fort Scott is one of the oldest communities in the state. And the first weekend in December every year the National Historic Site at Fort Scott has a candlelight tour. That is one of the best events around the state. Now, get your tickets now. It maybe be too late already. But it's never too late to go see the fort. But you walk in and it's like scenes from whatever time they pick out. It's like you just walked into the middle of their lives and whatever era they decide to interpret. So this year, it's 1865. So 150 years ago. And it's of course, a beautiful site and...but let's just take a look at some more about Fort Scott. Built in 1842, Fort Scott was named for General Winfield Scott, hero of the Mexican War. It was located on the frontier, on the military road that connected Fort Leavenworth to Fort Gibson in present day Oklahoma. Fort Scott became one of a chain of forts intended to protect the new settlers from the Plains Indians, as well as to protect the Indians from the rapidly increasing number of settlers migrating from the eastern United States. The United States government had intended to reserve permanent Indian lands west of the Missouri River and had moved Eastern tribes to the central United States. This plan soon gave way, however, to the competition of settlers continuing to encroach on the Indian settlements. Fort Scott's most active days were between 1842 and 1853. Lack of materials and other setbacks delayed construction of the buildings and soldiers slept in tents. Aside from a few whiskey peddlers and prostitutes, few civilians lived at the fort. Officers had brought their personal slaves with them. Five miles East in Missouri was a grog shop that supplied soldiers, and quite a few courts-martial resulted from soldiers' going AWOL at the shop. The desertion rate from the fort was high. Boredom, irregular pay, and hatred for military life were poor incentives for loyalty. Hunting was a popular pastime; "wolf chasing and duck hunting" was the only way one officer could tolerate the place. The army deemed the post unnecessary and auctioned the buildings to civilians. It was put into service again during the Civil War and used until 1873. The fort fell into disrepair until 1965 when the National Park Service stepped in with the money to make repairs. The current national historic site protects 20 historic structures, a parade ground, and five acres of restored Tallgrass Prairie, inside the city of Fort Scott.
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Scenic SEK -- History of St. Paul, Kansas

Scenic SEK -- History of St. Paul, Kansas

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This segment of Scenic SEK takes us to St. Paul, where the crew uncovers the past of the oldest settlements in the area. As always, Tyler Swezey, Jacob Anselmi, and Trent Kling with the camerawork...Anselmi with the voiceover. This was another segment that aired in the January 2008 "Best of Scenic SEK" compilation show.
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METAL DETECTING ON OLD SETTLEMENTS! FINDS CONTINUE TO SURPRISE! CrazySeeker!

METAL DETECTING ON OLD SETTLEMENTS! FINDS CONTINUE TO SURPRISE! CrazySeeker!

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Metal detecting on old settlements! Finds continue to surprise! Pleasant viewing!!! Subscribe on channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN5wmeSDWLUite-kNWKRIJw Other interesting videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN5wmeSDWLUite-kNWKRIJw/videos All playlists: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN5wmeSDWLUite-kNWKRIJw/playlists Hi friends! Search by means of the metal detector is interesting to you? Takes search by means of a search magnet in the rivers and old wells? You love search in the abandoned houses where there lived people earlier, and wind walks now. And you have a desire to watch reviews of the prices of finds, directly from an antiques auction. So all this together can be found on one channel, - "Crazy Seeker"! Cheerful and really cool channel! Come and subscribe!
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Missouri Law Enforcement Agency's liability settlements exceed $1 million, here is one reason why.

Missouri Law Enforcement Agency's liability settlements exceed $1 million, here is one reason why.

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WATCH: They Built Their Own Town | Nicodemus, KS

WATCH: They Built Their Own Town | Nicodemus, KS

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NICODEMUS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE http://www.nps.gov/nico/index.htm The settlers of Nicodemus laid down brick and mortar, hand crafting a community brimming with new opportunity. A spirit of entrepreneurship, a desire for ownership and enduring faith all crossed paths in Nicodemus, Kansas, leaving a legacy of pride many carry with them today. Nicodemus is a National Historic Site, managed by the National Park Service. To learn more, please visit: http://www.nps.gov/nico/index.htm Produced by: David Ehrenberg Click here to watch the audio described version: https://youtu.be/NH0hc-0uhGE
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Kansas Museum of History

Kansas Museum of History

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Nation Builders (Tunis G Campbell,Ben Pap Singleton, Edwin McCabe, Negro Fort ) -Haki Kweli Shakur

Nation Builders (Tunis G Campbell,Ben Pap Singleton, Edwin McCabe, Negro Fort ) -Haki Kweli Shakur

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New Afrikan Nation builders and the struggle for land Tunis Gulic Campbell (April 1, 1812 – December 4, 1891) was a prominent African-American politician of the 19th century, and a major figure in Reconstruction Georgia... Benjamin "Pap" Singleton (1809–1900) was an American activist and businessman best known for his role in establishing African American settlements in Kansas. A former slave from Tennessee who escaped to freedom in 1846, he became a noted abolitionist, community leader, and spokesman for African-American civil rights. He returned to Tennessee during the Union occupation in 1862, but soon concluded that blacks would never achieve economic equality in the white-dominated South. After the end of Reconstruction, Singleton organized the movement of thousands of black colonists, known as Exodusters, to found settlements in Kansas. A prominent voice for early black nationalism, he became involved in promoting and coordinating black-owned businesses in Kansas and developed an interest in the Back-to-Africa movement Edward P. McCabe (generally reported as E. P. McCabe, sometimes reported as Edwin McCabe; October 10, 1850 – March 12, 1920) was an African-American settler, attorney, and land agent who became one of the first African Americans to hold a major political office in the American Old West. A Republican office-holder in Kansas, McCabe became a leading figure in an effort to stimulate a black migration into what was then the territory of Oklahoma, with the hopes of creating a majority-black state that would be free of the white domination that was prevalent throughout the Southern United States. In pursuit of this goal, McCabe founded the city of Langston, Oklahoma.
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8355 S Kansas Settlement Rd, Willcox, AZ 85643

8355 S Kansas Settlement Rd, Willcox, AZ 85643

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Stryker Hip Lawyer Kansas City Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Kansas City Kansas

Stryker Hip Lawyer Kansas City Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Kansas City Kansas

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Stryker Hip Lawyer Kansas City Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Kansas City Kansas - Stryker Hip Recall Symptoms - Hip Replacement Metallosis Hip Replacement - Stryker Update, Payments, Registration, Symptoms - Hip Lawyers - Free Consultation - No Fees Unless You Receive Money - Toll Free 1-866-777-2557 or visit http://www.hiplawsuitinformation.com
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Kansas family wins $20 million settlement After boy's waterslide death

Kansas family wins $20 million settlement After boy's waterslide death

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Stryker Hip Lawyer Topeka Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Topeka Kansas

Stryker Hip Lawyer Topeka Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Topeka Kansas

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Stryker Hip Lawyer Topeka Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Topeka Kansas - Stryker Hip Recall Symptoms - Hip Replacement Metallosis Hip Replacement - Stryker Update, Payments, Registration, Symptoms - Hip Lawyers - Free Consultation - No Fees Unless You Receive Money - Toll Free 1-866-777-2557 or visit http://www.hiplawsuitinformation.com
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Stryker Hip Lawyer Olathe Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Olathe Kansas

Stryker Hip Lawyer Olathe Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Olathe Kansas

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Stryker Hip Lawyer Olathe Kansas - Stryker Hip Settlements Olathe Kansas - Stryker Hip Recall Symptoms - Hip Replacement Metallosis Hip Replacement - Stryker Update, Payments, Registration, Symptoms - Hip Lawyers - Free Consultation - No Fees Unless You Receive Money - Toll Free 1-866-777-2557 or visit http://www.hiplawsuitinformation.com
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