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The Black History Buff podcast is a fun and thrilling journey through time. Covering the full historical tapestry of the African Diaspora, you’ll hear tales covering everything from African Samurai to pistol-wielding poets. More than just a podcast, the show is a bridge that links communities throughout the African diaspora and enlightens and empowers its friends.
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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/viking-strongman/subscribe I will discuss topics ranging from history to conspiracy theories to true crime, just whatever topic my autistic brain is focusing on at the moment. You can email episode suggestions or feedback to viking.strongman1991@gmail.com you can also support the podcast through venmo @vikingstrongman also check out the website. https://linktr.ee/vikingstrongman thank you all for the support.
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The Buffalo History Museum Podcast is the premier source for Western New York history. Each episode, we tell a story of the people and events that have shaped our region. New episodes are released monthly. Help us grow by subscribing, rating, and reviewing us.
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Wyoming, renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and abundant resources, unfolds a captivating narrative through its distinctive history. Delve into the state's intriguing past with hosts Jeremy Yates and John Woodward, as they unravel the stories of remarkable individuals, iconic places, and pivotal events that have shaped Wyoming. Join us on a journey through time and discover why Wyoming is like nowhere else on Earth.
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Find out exactly when Harry Coulby himself officially arrived into Duluth. Learn about Augustus Wolvin and his connection to Coulby. Discover just how many vessels from Pittsburgh Fleet were already damaged by time Coulby himself got into Duluth. Learn how Coulby went about proceeding with priorities after listening to the damage reports. Go behind…
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Discover come Wednesday Morning November 29 what business practice was beginning its preparations in midst of storms wrath battering Duluth. Understand why Bill Lanigan’s Bar & Eatery played an important role regarding the current storm and how Crescent City Watchman Arthur Daggett dealt with situations from present to past. Determine where things …
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John and Jeremy return for the second part of the Tale of Big Nose George. Part two starts in the aftermath of Dutch Charley's final ride. They look at George's activities following the Elk Mountain Murders, ending with his trial, botched escape, and hanging in Rawlins. John and Jeremy also share the events culminating in a pair of shoes made from …
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Murders, Vigilante Justice, and an odd pair of shoes. John and Jeremy begin the tale of one of Wyoming's most infamous outlaws, Big Nose George Parrot. In the first of a two-part series, our hosts explore how a botched train robbery in the summer of 1878 began a chain of increasingly violent and macabre events in Southern Wyoming. Part one of the t…
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Get to know a man named Joe Normandy including what he spotted involving Mataafa come afternoon of November 28. Determine if Mataafa herself was starting to break apart based upon spectator observations. Find out where Mataafa Crew were positioned around time she first began breaking apart. Learn how Second Mate Herbert Emigh, stationed from back/s…
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Discover whether majority of SS Mataafa’s Crew Members were considered to be young. Determine importance of certain noteworthy features about Mataafa given she was 430 Feet Long & 50 Feet Wide. Learn where ships crew were positioned based upon their status ranks. Get a grasp for how Captain Richard Humble dealt with 1905 Shipping Season as it was n…
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Describe how one could best interpret Crescent City’s condition after having landed irregularly along the beach. Go behind the scenes and discover what Crescent City Engineer A.E. Buddemeyer including Second Mate H.J. Stephen’s underwent just to get to the root of their situation. Get acquainted with Harry Coulby including everything about him befo…
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Fisticuffs and politics? Politics in Wyoming can be heated at times but is usually sedate. But not always... Join Jeremy and John as they chat about the wildest day in the history of the Wyoming Legislature. This red-letter day in 1913 during the 12th Wyoming Legislature included a riot on the floor of the Wyoming House of Representatives. List in …
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Determine if any other boats made their way onto Lake Superior’s Western Bay not long after Ira H. Owen & Mataafa did so come November 27, 1905. Get to know Arthur Daggett, Collingwood, Ontario Native including his time on Great Lakes Waters going into late November 1905. Learn about Daggett’s position onboard Freighter Vessel Crescent City. Discov…
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Determine what’s taking place around Duluth’s Docks come November 27, 1905. Discover how Duluth was unique from a news reporter standpoint come 1905. Understand what factors went into making sure Profits could be attained most notably during a short season. Find out if there was a specific advantage that Great Lakes Sailors always had over Ocean Cr…
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Get to know Henry Schoolcraft including titles he held beginning around 1822. Find out if Schoolcraft himself wanted to rename Lake Superior. Learn what item had become a vital commodity in Europe with North America being the primary supplier during 18th Century. Get to know John Jacob Astor including what he established in the year 1808. Understan…
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John & Jeremy are back after a short hiatus. On this episode, we're heading to Sheridan and Campbell Counties for a murder. In 1928, a man walked into Sheridan and confessed to killing his father-in-law. The story spread across Wyoming in a matter of days, especially when the trial began shortly afterward. We have changed some of the names in this …
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Understand why North America’s Great Lakes truly are an amazing natural geological wonder to reckon with. Get an understanding of how all 5 North American Great Lakes first began to form. Determine how many total U.S. States including Canadian Provinces are surrounded by Great Lakes Waters. Find out if there’s one particular Great Lake which stands…
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Determine if Special Agent Henry Hall firmly believed that there would never be an ice shortage. Discover how 1880’s saw first concerns addressed about dangers behind cutting ice from a health standpoint. Learn how Midwestern Cities from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Chicago, Illinois adapted after health officials banned cutting ice close to nearby town…
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In this explosive episode of the Black History Buff Podcast, I take you on a journey through the remarkable life of Job Maseko, a South African soldier who fought in World War II. Despite facing the harsh realities of apartheid and racial discrimination, Maseko's unwavering courage and ingenuity led him to single-handedly sink a German ship using n…
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Determine just how abundant Winter Ice had become within Greater Northern United States after Frederic Tudor’s death. Learn which industries come 1880’s began to make their presence more known involving ice. Discover if Maine’s Kennebec River had served as an emergency source of ice prior to Frederic Tudor’s death. Find out if Boston was still allo…
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Discover whether there was in fact a particular ice shipment trade route that became the signature landmark one for Ice King Frederic Tudor. Get to know Caleb Ladd including his connections with Frederic Tudor. Learn if ice itself got valued from a medical perspective. Determine when exactly the first national success behind America’s Ice Trade got…
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Determine come Mid Nineteenth Century if exported American Ice inherited a national brand name. Discover what year England officially received its first ice cargo from a certain Massachusetts Lake. Go behind the scenes and determine if Englanders in general had significant means behind preserving foods involving ice. Get introduced to Jacob Hitting…
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Determine whether or not Fresh Pond itself attracted migrant laborers whom came in large numbers once ice became harvested more frequently. Learn if Boston as a city was using thousands of tons of ice per year including where the demands were greatest. Determine if Fresh Pond comprised of many rivals working alongside Frederic Tudor including any s…
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Step back in time and immerse yourself in the electrifying atmosphere of Harlem's legendary Cotton Club as we explore Duke Ellington's groundbreaking opening night performance on this episode of The Black History Buff Podcast. We'll transport you to 1927 when a young Duke Ellington and his Washingtonians took the stage at the Cotton Club for the fi…
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Decide if it’s fair to say come early 1830’s that Frederic Tudor himself had become a well known figure in Boston. Learn whether or not Boston had an established trade partnership with India. Get introduced to Samuel Austin & William Rogers, Frederic’s new partner’s behind shipping ice into India. Learn significance behind May 12, 1833 involving Br…
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Determine whether Frederic arrived into Charleston, South Carolina prior to 1816’s end. Get an in depth description behind Charleston as a port city. Learn how Frederic went before South Carolina State Legislature in pitching his request for a monopoly. Discover what Frederic began selling to families in Charleston, South Carolina before 1816 ended…
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Discover what truly made Frederic so persistent going forward following his losing significant money sums down in Martinique. Figure out exactly what lesson Frederic himself gained following first ice venture journey. Determine whether anybody in general owned the frozen waters to all New England Ponds. Discover how many ice shipments Frederic made…
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Determine if Frederic Tudor himself was very detailed when it came to maintaining financial accounts. Find out how long average journey itself took from Boston, Massachusetts to Martinique. Get an in depth analysis behind the set of instructions Frederic laid out for William & James once arriving into Martinique. Understand what Frederic meant per …
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Episode Title: The Untold Story of Cudjoe Lewis – From Clotilda to Africatown Join me on a journey through time as we uncover the remarkable life of Cudjoe Lewis, the last survivor of the transatlantic slave trade aboard the ship Clotilda. In this episode, we delve into the origins of Cudjoe Lewis, born Oluale Kossola, in what is now Benin, West Af…
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Determine if New England as a region had anything valuable commodity wise to export come 19th Century’s start. Discover what Massachusetts’s Elite Merchants failed to grasp within their confines from a seasonal standpoint. Learn exactly what Frederic Tudor and his siblings had access to outside Boston’s confines. Agree if Frederic was supposed to f…
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Agree if preserving food to chilling daily essentials from dairy products, fish, meat, fruits and vegetables had often challenged mankind dating back to prehistory times. Determine if prior to Mid Nineteenth Century’s arrival whether most Americans truly had proper means behind relying on a commodity that’s been taken for granted. Go behind the sce…
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