September History in the U.S. Senate

September 16, 1859  Re: Senator David Broderick of California
David Broderick of California became the only sitting senator to die as a result of injuries suffered in a duel. Several days earlier, in the midst of a bitter state political campaign, Broderick had charged that California’s chief justice was corrupt and unfit for office. Urged to recant, Broderick merely repeated the charge more loudly. When Chief Justice David Terry heard of the slander, he demanded justice. Terry resigned his office and challenged Broderick to a duel. After Broderick discharged his pistol into the sand, Terry coolly aimed, fired, and shot Broderick in the chest. He died three days later.

September 17, 1787  Re: The U.S. Constitution
The framers signed the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia. In 1956 Congress established Constitution Week to encourage all Americans to learn more about this founding document. Each year Constitution week begins on September 17th. In 2004, Senator Robert C. Byrd of West Virginia included key provisions in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of Fiscal Year 2005 designating September 17th of each year as Constitution Day and requiring public schools and governmental offices to provide educational programs to promote a better understanding of the Constitution.

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September 18, 1793 Re: Laying the Capitol Cornerstone in 1793
A small group of invited guests and onlookers attended an elaborate ceremony to place the cornerstone of the U.S. Capitol Building in the District of Columbia. Observers watched as President George Washington lay an engraved, silver-plated plate in the foundation trench and then placed the cornerstone atop it. The stone was blessed with corn, wine, and oil. Artillery blasts marked the historic occasion. Later those in attendance enjoyed a fine meal of barbequed ox. Since 1793, as the Capitol has been enlarged and expanded, efforts to locate the original cornerstone have proven futile.

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September 19, 1814  Re: Blodgett’s Hotel
The Senate convened in the Patent Office building, also known as Blodgett’s Hotel, in a state of profound crisis. Four weeks earlier, invading British troops had reduced all but one of Washington’s major public buildings to smoking rubble. In March 1815 members authorized President James Madison to borrow from local banks to rebuild, on their existing sites, the Capitol, White House, and cabinet quarters. When Congress returned in December, they moved to a new temporary structure on the site of today’s Supreme Court Building. They hoped it would be a brief stay, but construction delays and cost overruns kept them there for another four years.

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September 20, 1881  Re: Chester A. Arthur
President James A. Garfield succumbed to bullet wounds sustained by an assassin. Vice President Chester A. Arthur’s succession to the presidency removed him from the Senate at a time when his tie-breaking vote was of special importance. For the first time in its history, the body stood equally divided between Republicans and Democrats. Two independent members, William Mahone of Virginia and David Davis of Illinois helped shape institutional decisions. When Arthur took the president’s oath, the parties in the Senate declared a truce. For the balance of that Congress, Republicans controlled the committees and Democrats managed the patronage.

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Washington D.C. September 22 2017 I wonder sometimes if we as humans have not faltered in our esteeming of men, especially these last years falling to traps and false news and profiles of the media over men such as Trump or Obama not ever seeing any breadth of true work deserving of a monument such as the likes of Thomas Jefferson.

The men that we do really esteem, the men whom we call our Founding Fathers is because their unswerving character in the founding of the nation that shines forth like a light bright light.
The meticulous preservation of their writings justify all the accolades and deserving of the title Mr. President,

This is one of the reasons we are going through the notes and writings of our founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson and getting into the minds of the men who once led this country during its greatest crisis, a war for its independence like no other.

Our revolutionary war and our civil war are by the far the most important wars our nation has suffered because they were fought on our own soil for the reasons that would unite a great nation that would in the future help to free our world in wars vital to human history, wars fought against the monsters of white supremacy.

As I review the letters and writings of Thomas Jefferson the man I cannot help at this point but to dig further into any reference of any importance that helps to better define the man other than Ossian’s poems of which I am now in academic pursuit of more elucidation as the current literature does little to satisfy my need for the character of Ossian apart from the writer and Irish poet who re-interpreted the writings during Jefferson’s life time.

These things are of importance for if a man is esteemed it is because of his character and the character of man or even a women is often defined by their writings, their works, their piety or devotion and their love for literature; and it is precisely this; it is the literature that a man embraces that tells us much more about his inner workings even more than what is written about him in history.   

So when reading the works of Thomas Jefferson how can one not allude to the speculation and investigation of Ossian’s poems, literature that Thomas Jefferson – one of our founding fathers – had a deep affection for.

On Ossian’s Poems, In Day 4 of our Journey through the life and times of Thomas Jefferson he writes:
Thomas Jefferson Feb. 25, 1773 Virga Mcpherson
To Chas. McPherson, Albemarle, in Virga Feb. 25, 1773

Dear Sir,
—Encouraged by the small acquaintance which I had the pleasure of having contracted with you during your residence in this country, I take the liberty of making the present application to you.

I understood you were related to the gentleman of your name (Mr. James McPherson), to whom the world is so much indebted for the elegant collection, arrangement, and translation of Ossian’s poems.
These pieces have been and will, I think, during my life, continue to be to me the sources of daily pleasures. The tender and the sublime emotions of the mind were never before so wrought up by the human hand.

I am not ashamed to own that I think this rude bard of the north (Ossian) the greatest poet that has ever existed.

Merely for the pleasure of reading his works I am become desirous of learning the language in which he sung, and of possessing his songs in their original form.

Mr. McPherson, I think, informs us he is possessed of the originals. Indeed, a gentleman has lately told me he had seen them in print; but I am afraid he has mistaken a specimen from Temora, annexed to some of the editions of the translation, for the whole works. If they are printed, it will abridge my request and your trouble, to the sending me a printed copy; but if there be more such my petition is, that you would be so good as to use your interest with Mr. McPherson to obtain leave to take a manuscript copy of them, and procure it to be done.

I would choose it in a fair, round hand, on fine paper, with a good margin, bound in parchments as elegantly as possible, lettered on the back, and marbled or gilt on the edges of the leaves.

I would not regard expense in doing this. I would further beg the favor of you to give me a catalogue of the books written in that language, and to send me such of them as may be necessary for learning it.

These will, of course, include a grammar and dictionary. The cost of these, as well as the copy of Ossian, will be (for me), on demand, answered by Mr. Alexander McCaul, sometime of Virginia, merchant, but now of Glasgow, or by your friend Mr. Ninian Minzees, of Richmond, in Virginia, to whose care the books may be sent. You can, perhaps, tell me whether we may ever hope to see any more of those Celtic (language) pieces published. Manuscript copies of any which are in print, it would at any time give me the greatest happiness to receive.

The glow of one warm thought is to me worth more than money.
I hear with pleasure from your friend that your path through life is likely to be smoothed by success. I wish the business and the pleasures of your situation would admit leisure now and then to scribble a line to one who wishes you every felicity, and would willingly merit the appellation of, dear sir, Your friend and humble servant. – Thomas Jefferson

If not for the Piety of Thomas Jefferson and his reverence for God one might conclude him to be a pagan based on his love of Celtic and Gaelic myths and legends. But he was quite much more a man than his love for Ossian might define him.

Jefferson was a man who with George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and the Other signers of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution stood head and shoulders over other men that citizens would call a president and try to put in the same category or class as our Founding Fathers.

So as you read the history of your real founding Fathers consider what kind of men it took to do the impossible and help a nation still forming to break away from the worlds greatest military power of its day.

To establish a Nation a sovereignty under God amidst impossible circumstances,  it took real men of God and real men of faith who believed that men ought not to leave their fates in the hands of men they cannot see; or put their lives in the hands of a government government or legislative body and taxation they can no longer control.

With this I leave you to the reading of Ossian’s Poems. I thought you might be curious.

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A Great Seal Tribute to the victims of September 11th

September 11 2017 – The White House.  On behalf of my first wife Mary of Maryland and her Administration, the Department of Justice and USPHS Department of Defense and all Veterans and Civilians who have joined our cause I greet you and my peace I give you.

I believe no one has felt September 11 more than the victims and their families for whom I have nothing but compassion.

My words for this day are “minutes of silence” as often and frequent as you need to take them in order to process your feelings.

Today is a day of contemplation as much as remembrance of these fallen who so once blessed our lives with smiles and their good cheer and our offices at the world trade center with the best of themselves.

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And as they once worked to make this world better and enforce regulation and promote commerce between nations, so to shall we honor them with the best of ourselves and our labor to make sure their lifes’ work was not done in vain.

I believe they are now ok and at peace and have continued on their way in a journey we shall all come to experience again ourselves one day but under more favorable circumstances.

Let those who still mourn and cry do so until they have vanquished their emotions and feelings into the bosom of the God whom hears our prayers and feels our sorrows with the greatest of empathy and holds a special place for each one of us just for this day.

Be constructive with your day and give peace to each other and never forget how unified we are toward the achievement of greater goals and taking with us our love we have for each other and those who have died inside our hearts.

May the Holy Spirit Bless You.  May the Holy Spirit Keep you and cause all your hopes and dreams to be realized in a way only the Holy Spirit can do. May the Holy Spirit cause the light of understanding to shine upon you and give you peace today and every day thereafter.

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Thomas Edison’s Library of Congress at YouTube has been opened again.

(Board) Thomas Edison’s Library of Congress at YouTube has been opened again after our previous work was destroyed by White Supremacists and their supporters. Please continue to use the regular Library of Congress while we brainstorm and structure our new presentation of the Library and the many divisions and specializations the Library of Congress will present at YouTube.

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Washington D.C. September 9, 2017  – These days making sure Americans are edified by American History and good patriotic material is important to all of us at the white house who have read how deep white supremacy has penetrated the archives of the United States of America.

This warfare against white supremacy has now gone undetected by many for years and it works to subtly undermine our greatest Heroes making them seem at times less than patriotic than what we know to be true.  Americans have forever struggled together with Native Americans to keep alive the legacy of Jim Thorpe a great American Hero who is only one example of many histories affected by White Supremacy.

When I once read Donald Trump was going to tear apart the Department of Education, I thought to myself Good Luck .  That is like trying to destroy every fresh water lake and river in the United States of America that brings life giving water to Americans.

Our success in Education is vastly underscored and is the product of many generations of Americans living and long since passed away who worked together to define a nation, its legacies and its heroes.

Thomas Edison is one of those Heroes.  He is a great patriot and an American who together with the help of his team boosted the morale of the Nation. His innovation provided jobs for more than one million Americans more than any president of the United States of America. Presidents help to administer and drive the country in other ways.

Thomas Edison’s innovation had a compounding effect that multiplied around the world and today it could be said the hundreds of millones of people owe their jobs to the innovation of Thomas Edison. Nothing drives America like innovation which is like a stubborn horse who refuses to give up despite losing a race every now and then.

If any man should have been president, it would have been Thomas Alva Edison to who we have dedicated a special Library of Congress account at YouTube called Thomas Edison’s Library of Congress.

Thomas Edison was a man of deep conscience whose early work was used to raise awareness and better the educational standards of Native Americans.

His good nature made him the most influential and prolific inventors of all time since Leonardo Davinci.

Thomas Edison exerted a tremendous amount of influence to the  America of the Twentieth Century, Washington D.C.  and helped to modernize life in America and whose Ideas were shared around the world.

He invented the incandescent light bulb which made life much safer and modern living more amiable.

He invented the phonograph and the motion picture camera, as well as improving the telegraph and telephone invented by Alexander Graham Bell another great American inventor.

In the 84 years of his life, Thomas Edison acquired an astounding 1,093 patents.

Aside from being an inventor, Edison also managed to become a successful manufacturer and businessman, marketing his inventions to the public.  His close associates tried to convince him to enter politics, but he chose to spend his energy creating and improving technology.

A myriad of business liaisons, partnerships, and corporations filled Edison’s life, and he was constantly attacked by people trying to steal his life’s achievements.

He was at times in his life drowned by legal battles by others over various patents and inventions,  but his 1,093 U.S. patents tell the story of victory over those who would work to take credit for the innovation worked through him – a man chosen by God to drive civilization and to bring light literally into the world while living in a free and open society.

Thomas Edison was a multi-tasker and he lived an enormously active and complex life working on many projects simultaneously.

Thomas Edison is known around the world and many excellent biographies are readily available in all local libraries in your community for those who wish to learn more about the particulars of the life of Thomas Edison and his many business ventures.

Thomas A. Edison, 1878. Photo courtesy of U. S. Department of Interior, National Park Service, Edison National Historic Site. Edison’s Early Years

Thomas Edison’s mother, Nancy Elliott, was originally from New York.  Thomas Alva Edison was born to Sam and Nancy on February 11, 1847, in Milan, Ohio.

Thomas was the youngest of seven children, four of whom survived to adulthood.  To seek a better fortune, his father Sam Edison moved the family to Port Huron, Michigan, in 1854, where he worked in the lumber business.

At an early age, Thomas showed a fascination for mechanical things and for chemical experiments. In 1859, he took a job selling newspapers and candy on the Grand Trunk Railroad to Detroit. In the baggage car, he set up a laboratory for his chemistry experiments and a printing press, where he started “The Grand Trunk Herald” the first newspaper ever published inside moving a train.

An accidental fire forced him to stop his experiments on board.

Edison had a problem with his hearing and there are many theories as to why.  This handicap partially drowned out the outside world allowing Edison to be more of Internal man and some would say more solitary than the average person and reclusive to his work.

In 1862 Thomas Edison immersed himself in learning about the telegraph technology.

Early long-distance telegraphy and the transmission of complex messages through the use of code in the form of semaphore lines, or optical telegraphs, that sent messages to a distant observer through line-of-sight signals is said to have started in 1792.

Commercial electrical telegraphs were then introduced 1837 and were an area of fascination for Thomas Edison an avid enthusiast in ever growing industrial age  in which he lived.

After learning about telegraphy, Edison migrated from city to city in the United States taking available telegraph jobs.

In 1868,  Edison moved to Boston where he worked in the Western Union office and worked even more on his inventions.

In January 1869 Edison resigned his job, intending to devote himself fulltime to developing his inventions and ideas.

Thomas Edisons’ first invention to receive a patent was the electric vote recorder, in June 1869.

Daunted by politicians’ reluctance to use the machine, he decided that in the future he would not waste time with people who did not appreciate his talent.

In the middle of 1869, Edison moved to New York City.   A friend, Franklin L. Pope, allowed Edison to sleep in a room at Samuel Laws’ Gold Indicator Company where he was employed.

When Edison managed to fix a broken machine there, he was hired to manage and maintenance the printer machines.  Anything he got his hands on he had the ability to make better and his gift was slowly garnering him a reputation that would precede him anywhere he went.

During the next period of his life, Edison became involved in multiple projects and partnerships dealing with the telegraph. In October 1869, Edison joined with Franklin L. Pope and James Ashley to form the organization Pope, Edison and Company.

They advertised themselves as electrical engineers and constructors of electrical devices. Edison received several patents for improvements to the telegraph. The partnership merged with the Gold and Stock Telegraph Co. in 1870.

Edison also established the Newark Telegraph Works in Newark, NJ, with William Unger to manufacture stock printers. He formed the American Telegraph Works to work on developing an automatic telegraph later in the year.

In 1874, Thomas Edison began to work on a multiplex telegraphic system for Western Union, ultimately developing a quadruplex telegraph, which could send two messages simultaneously in both directions. Besides other telegraph inventions, he also developed an electric pen in 1875. His personal life during this period also brought much change.

In 1871, Edison’s mother died and later that year, he married a former employee, Mary Stilwell, on Christmas Day. Edison loved his wife who supported him in his work and was a great comfort to his life which quickly produced children.   Their first child, Marion, was born in February 1873, followed by a son, Thomas, Jr., born on January 1876. Edison nicknamed the two “Dot” and “Dash,” referring to telegraphic terms.

In 1876. Edison opened a new laboratory in Menlo Park, NJ.  This lab soon became nicknamed  “The Invention Factory,” where several different projects where being developed at any given time. There Edison conducted numerous experiments to find answers to problems.

Meanwhile his marriage & family life flourished.  It said that Edison once said to his wife, “I never quit until I get what I’m after.”  Then in 1878 William Leslie was born to him & his wife in October 1878.

Thomas Edison worked long hours and expected much from his employees. It was in the Interior of Edison’s Machine Shop where many of his experiments were conducted.  After and before his third child Edison thought and obsessed about the telegraph and the telephone and worked on a telephone transmitter that greatly improved on Alexander Graham Bell’s work with the telephone.

Edisons’ transmitter made it possible for voices to be transmitted at higher volume and with greater clarity over standard telephone lines.

Edison’s experiments with the telephone and the telegraph led to his invention of the phonograph in 1877.

It occurred to Edison that sound could be recorded as indentations on a rapidly-moving piece of paper and eventually formulated a machine with a tinfoil-coated cylinder and a diaphragm and needle. When Edison spoke the words “Mary had a little lamb” into the mouthpiece, to his amazement the machine played the phrase back to him.

The Edison Speaking Phonograph Company was established early in 1878 to market the machine, but the initial novelty value of the phonograph wore off, and Edison turned his attention elsewhere.

Edison focused on the electric light system in 1878, setting aside the phonograph for almost a decade.

With the backing of financiers, The Edison Electric Light Co. was formed on November 15 to carry out experiments with electric lights.   Work continued into 1879, as the lab attempted not only to devise an incandescent bulb, but an entire electrical lighting system that could be supported in a city. A filament of carbonized thread proved to be the key to a long-lasting light bulb.

The first Lamps were put into the laboratory, and many journeyed out to his company to see the new discovery.

A special public exhibition at the lab was given for a multitude of amazed visitors on New Year’s Eve.

In 1881, he formed the Edison Ore-Milling Co., but the venture proved fruitless as there was no market for it and it is what not yet the time.

Edison then set up an electric light factory in East Newark in 1881, and then the following year moved his family and himself to New York and set up a laboratory there.

In order to prove its viability, the first commercial electric light system was installed on Pearl Street in the financial district of Lower Manhattan in 1882, bordering City Hall and two newspapers.

Initially, only four hundred lamps were lit; a year later, there were 513 customers using 10,300 lamps.

Edison formed several companies to manufacture and operate the apparatus needed for the electrical lighting system: the Edison Electric Illuminating Company of New York, the Edison Machine Works, the Edison Electric Tube Company, and the Edison Lamp Works.

This lighting system was also taken abroad to the Paris Lighting Exposition in 1881, the Crystal Palace in London in 1882, the coronation of the czar in Moscow, and led to the establishment of companies in several European countries.

The success of Edison’s lighting system could not deter his competitors from developing their own, different methods.

In 1884, Edison’s wife, Mary, died on August 9 causing Edison to enter a bout of depression and mourning for 2 years.  Edison then met Mina Miller who helped him get over his depression.  The couple soon married and Mina Miller became Edison’s second wife on February 24, 1886.

In 1887, Edison had built a new, larger laboratory in West Orange, New Jersey. The facility included a machine shop, phonograph and photograph departments, a library, and ancillary buildings for metallurgy, chemistry, wood working, and galvanometer testing.

Also In 1887, Edison returned to the Edison Ore-Milling Co. project thinking that his process could help the mostly depleted Eastern mines compete with the Western ones.

Edisons’ second marriage by this time proved fruitful yet again and together with his wife they moved into a large mansion named Glenmont in West Orange, New Jersey where Mina gave Thomas three more children the first of whom was Madeleine, born on 1888;

In 1888, Edison met Eadweard Muybridge at West Orange and viewed Muybridge’s zoopraxiscope. This machine used a circular disc with still photographs of the successive phases of movement around the circumference to recreate the illusion of movement.
The working relationship soured and Edison declined to work with Muybridge on the device and decided to work on his own motion picture camera at his laboratory.

In that same year Edison wrote, “I am experimenting upon an instrument which does for the eye what the phonograph does for the ear.”

After more than two years, patent applications were finally submitted and approved and a rudimentary motion picture camera was made & patented.

In 1889, the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Concentrating Works was formed, and Edison became absorbed by its operations and began to spend much time away from home at the mines in Ogdensburg, New Jersey. Although he invested much money and time into this project, it proved unsuccessful when the market went down and additional sources of ore in the Midwest were found.

Edison once said to his first wife, “I never quit until I get what I’m after.”  He probably also said it to his second wife and true to form his second wife delivered two more children giving birth to Charles on 1890; and Theodore on 1898.

A traditional modern woman Mina was active and a woman of society devoting time to her husband, family, community groups, social functions, and charities  .

In 1892 , The Edison General Electric Co. merged with Thomson-Houston to become the General Electric Co.,  .

In 1893, a motion picture studio, later dubbed the Black Maria (the slang name for a police paddy wagon which the studio resembled), was opened at the West Orange complex. Short films were produced using variety acts of the day.

One of Black Maria’s films is titled the Sioux Ghost Dance a movie depicting men of the Sioux Tribe in full war paint and war costumes.  According to Edison film historian C. Musser, this film and others shot on the same day featured Native American Indian dancers from Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show, and represent the American Indian’s first appearance before a motion picture camera

Filmed September 24, 1894, Edison’s Black Maria studio.

Having economics on his mind and affordability, Thomas Edison was reluctant to develop his more expensive motion picture projector, feeling that more profit was to be made with his peephole viewers, nevertheless the Vitascope premiered on April 23, 1896, to great acclaim.

Competition from other motion picture companies soon created heated legal battles between them and Edison over patents. Edison sued many companies for infringement,  won and then In 1896 that same year started the National Phonograph Co. with the intent of making phonographs for home amusement.

Over the years, Edison made improvements to the phonograph and to the cylinders which were played on them, the early ones being made of wax.

Having experienced and witnessing adobe construction, in 1899, Edison started experimenting with cement and formed the Edison Portland Cement Co. and began promoting the widespread use of cement for the construction of low-cost homes and envisioned alternative uses for concrete.

Edison was ahead of his time with his ideas.  But like all great men, the jealousy of less inspired less talented men caused much bad writing about him that attempts to diminish his greatness to criticizing and bringing down his forward thinking or outright trying to steal his ideas.  But this did not stop him and he probably had success in cement that went unheralded; how could a man like Thomas Edison not succeed having already gone to the trouble of creating the Portland Cement Co.

In 1909, the formation of the Motion Picture Patents Co. brought a degree of cooperation to the various companies who were given licenses in 1909.

In 1911, Edison’s companies were re-organized into Thomas A. Edison, Inc. As the organization became more diversified and structured, Edison became less involved in the day-to-day operations, although he still had some decision-making authority. The goals of the organization became more to maintain market viability than to produce new inventions frequently.

In 1912, Edison introduced an unbreakable cylinder record, named the Blue Amberol, at roughly the same time he entered the disc phonograph market. The introduction of an Edison disc was in reaction to the overwhelming popularity of discs on the market in contrast to cylinders.  Touted as being superior to the competition’s records, the Edison discs were designed to be played only on Edison phonographs, and were cut laterally as opposed to vertically. The success of the Edison phonograph business, though, was always hampered by poor write ups and by his competition.

In 1913, Edison experimented with synchronizing sound to film. A Kinetophone was developed by his laboratory which synchronized sound on a phonograph cylinder to the picture on a screen. Although this initially brought interest, the system was far from perfect and disappeared by 1915. By 1918, Edison ended his involvement in the motion picture field. Edison’s Later Years

In 1914, arson struck & a fire broke out at the West Orange laboratory destroying 13 buildings.  The loss was great, but Edison spearheaded the rebuilding of the lot.

When Europe became involved in World War I, Edison advised preparedness, and felt that technology would be the future of war. He was named head of the Naval Consulting Board in 1915, an attempt by the government to bring science into its defense program. Although mainly an advisory board, it was instrumental in the formation of a laboratory for the Navy.

During the first World War, Edison spent much of his time doing naval research, in particular working on submarine detection, but he felt that certain kinds of men who had influence  worked against him and were not receptive to accrediting to him many of his inventions and suggestions.

In the 1920s, conspiracy & competition from radio caused business to sour, and the Edison disc business ceased production in 1929.

In 1920s, Edison’s health became worse, and he began to spend more time at home with his wife and continued to experiment at home and at his West Orange laboratory.

One project that held his fascination during this period was the search for an alternative to rubber. Henry Ford, an admirer and friend of Edison’s, reconstructed Edison’s invention factory as a museum at Greenfield Village, Michigan, which opened during the 50th anniversary of Edison’s electric light in 1929.

The main celebration for Light’s Golden Jubilee, co-hosted by Ford and General Electric, took place in Dearborn along with a huge celebratory dinner in Edison’s honor attended by notables such as President Hoover, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., George Eastman, Marie Curie, and Orville Wright. Edison’s health, however, had declined to the point that he could not stay for the entire ceremony.

Thomas Edison died gracefully on October 18, 1931, at his estate, Glenmont, in West Orange, New Jersey.

Written by Jose Maria Chavira M.S. nom de plume JC Angelcraft Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America by the grace of God our precious tender non-gender Holy Spirit who has no name

 

  • Notes: Martin V. Melosi, Thomas A. Edison and the Modernization of America, (Glenview, Illinois: Scott, Foresman/Little, Brown Higher Education, 1990) p. 8.
  • Back to text Poster for Thomas A. Edison 150th Anniversary, 1847-1997, United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Edison National Historic Site, West Orange, New Jersey. Back to text Melosi, p. 73.
  • Back to text Matthew Josephson, Edison: A Biography, (New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1959) p. 386.
  • Back to text Sources for this essay include: Conot, Robert. Thomas A. Edison: A Streak of Luck. New York: Da Capo Press, Inc., 1979. Josephson, Matthew.
  • Edison: A Biography. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1959.
  • Melosi, Martin V. Thomas A. Edison and the Modernization of America. Glenview, Illinois: Scott, Foresman/Little, Brown Higher Education, 1990.
  • Written by Jose Maria Chavira M.S. nom de plume JC Angelcraft for the Library of Congress and pubished Septemember 9 2017 –

Washington D.C. September 8th 2017 I wonder sometimes if we as humans have not faltered in our esteeming of men, especially these last years falling to traps and false news and profiles of the media over men such as Trump or Obama not ever seeing any breadth of true work deserving of a monument such as the likes of Thomas Jefferson.

The men that we do really esteem, the men whom we call our Founding Fathers is because their unswerving character in the founding of the nation that shines forth like a light bright light.
The meticulous preservation of their writings justify all the accolades and deserving of the title Mr. President,

This is one of the reasons we are going through the notes and writings of our founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson and getting into the minds of the men who once led this country during its greatest crisis, a war for its independence like no other.

Our revolutionary war and our civil war are by the far the most important wars our nation has suffered because they were fought on our own soil for the reasons that would unite a great nation that would in the future help to free our world in wars vital to human history, wars fought against the monsters of white supremacy.

As I review the letters and writings of Thomas Jefferson the man I cannot help at this point but to dig further into any reference of any importance that helps to better define the man other than Ossian’s poems of which I am now in academic pursuit of more elucidation as the current literature does little to satisfy my need for the character of Ossian apart from the writer and Irish poet who re-interpreted the writings during Jefferson’s life time.

These things are of importance for if a man is esteemed it is because of his character and the character of man or even a women is often defined by their writings, their works, their piety or devotion and their love for literature.

So when reading the works of Thomas Jefferson how can one not allude to the speculation and investigation of Ossian’s poems, literature that Thomas Jefferson – one of our founding fathers – had a deep affection for.

On Ossian’s Poems, In Day 4 of our Journey through the life and times of Thomas Jefferson he writes:

Thomas Jefferson Feb. 25, 1773 Virga Mcpherson

To Chas. McPherson, Albemarle, in Virga Feb. 25, 1773

Dear Sir,
—Encouraged by the small acquaintance which I had the pleasure of having contracted with you during your residence in this country, I take the liberty of making the present application to you.
I understood you were related to the gentleman of your name (Mr. James McPherson), to whom the world is so much indebted for the elegant collection, arrangement, and translation of Ossian’s poems.
These pieces have been and will, I think, during my life, continue to be to me the sources of daily pleasures.

The tender and the sublime emotions of the mind were never before so wrought up by the human hand.

I am not ashamed to own that I think this rude bard of the north (Ossian) the greatest poet that has ever existed.
Merely for the pleasure of reading his works I am become desirous of learning the language in which he sung, and of possessing his songs in their original form.

Mr. McPherson, I think, informs us he is possessed of the originals. Indeed, a gentleman has lately told me he had seen them in print; but I am afraid he has mistaken a specimen from Temora, annexed to some of the editions of the translation, for the whole works. If they are printed, it will abridge my request and your trouble, to the sending me a printed copy; but if there be more such my petition is, that you would be so good as to use your interest with Mr. McPherson to obtain leave to take a manuscript copy of them, and procure it to be done.

I would choose it in a fair, round hand, on fine paper, with a good margin, bound in parchments as elegantly as possible, lettered on the back, and marbled or gilt on the edges of the leaves.
I would not regard expense in doing this. I would further beg the favor of you to give me a catalogue of the books written in that language, and to send me such of them as may be necessary for learning it.

These will, of course, include a grammar and dictionary. The cost of these, as well as the copy of Ossian, will be (for me), on demand, answered by Mr. Alexander McCaul, sometime of Virginia, merchant, but now of Glasgow, or by your friend Mr. Ninian Minzees, of Richmond, in Virginia, to whose care the books may be sent.

You can, perhaps, tell me whether we may ever hope to see any more of those Celtic (language) pieces published. Manuscript copies of any which are in print, it would at any time give me the greatest happiness to receive.

The glow of one warm thought is to me worth more than money.
I hear with pleasure from your friend that your path through life is likely to be smoothed by success.

I wish the business and the pleasures of your situation would admit leisure now and then to scribble a line to one who wishes you every felicity, and would willingly merit the appellation of, dear sir, Your friend and humble servant. – Thomas Jefferson

If not for the Piety of Thomas Jefferson and his reverence for God one might conclude him to be a pagan based on his love of Celtic and Gaelic myths and legends. But he was quite much more a man than his love for Ossian might define him.

Jefferson was a man who with George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and the Other signers of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution stood head and shoulders over other men that citizens would call a president and try to put in the same category or class as our Founding Fathers.

So as you read the history of your real founding Fathers consider what kind of men it took to do the impossible and help a nation still forming to break away from the worlds greatest military power of its day.

To establish a Nation a sovereignty under God amidst impossible circumstances,  it took real men of God and real men of faith who believed that men ought not to leave their fates in the hands of men they cannot see; or put their lives in the hands of a government government or legislative body and taxation they can no longer control.

With this I leave you to the reading of Ossian’s Poems. I thought you might be curious.

Ossians Poems Translated from the ancient Gaelic by James Macphereson FREE PDF LITERACY Official Government of the United States of America

Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Dominus dominorum est et rex regum et reginarum nom de Plume JC Angelcraft author of the Nine Needs all Humans Have & Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America under Emergency Powers.

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Happy Labor Day from the White House!

Update Washington D.C. September 4 2017 09:15PM – It is my hope and prayer that our emergency media at the White House helps to inspire the United States of America and the World.  Apart from the White House Film Festival and videos from our departments. We are using Education and Sports in many areas to help the keep our American Spirit and hopes thriving in the wake of the Holocaust & our transition to a voting theocracy.  Of the men’s sports Football & Baseball are some of the oldest sports in our history and NCAA College football perhaps one of America’s greatest athletic traditions and institutions.

White House Images in football both offense and defensive formations have wings that extend from their center points

Our Eagle on the Great Seal of the United States of America helped to inspire the creators of the game of American Tackle football the premier American sport whose offensive schemes and defensive schemes assume the general shape and general structure of the great birds wingspan.

In football both offense and defensive formations have wings that extend from their center point

The the word wing in football is as old as the game which started in the late 1800s. The first American football game was played on November 6, 1869 between Rutgers and Princeton,. – Adagio 1st

In football both offense and defensive formations have wings that extend from their center points. Imagine in this diagram two eagles opposing each other. The wing span eagle structure in football has produced many eagle offensive and defensive variations. When a team lines up in every play of a game or even to kick-off the football they do so from a center point with wings expanding on both sides of the ball. Adagio 1st nom de Plume JC Angelcraft

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I am grateful to God my Holy Spirit for the strength and power necessary to continue driving business government and civilization forward.   Adagio 1st nom de plume JC Angelcraft


Washington D.C. September 4 2017 03:11 AM – First Draft – Labor and employment is perhaps one of the greatest challenges faced by every administration in the United States of America since its inception..

There are periods in American history however that required citizens to rise up and thanks to living in a free society with freedoms and rights of peaceful assembly citizens have fought through oppression by big business, masonry and any self-interest existing in government.

The labor history of the United States describes the history of American organized labors’ triumphs and pitfalls.  It also includes US labor law and a  general history of citizens as  a working people and a labor force in the United States.

This vital sector society was largely responsible for American success in the World War II.

History Seals wars and deliverance from wars & tyranny. In 1776 Thomas Jefferson introduced his coat of arms and great seal rendition for the United States of America. Featured even before the gift of the Statue of Liberty is Justitia a female Virgin Mary Spirit of Woman  metaphor for Justice for those who wish to rule must accept her justice for “my” Father judges no one. Others say Benjamin Franklin also worked on it.  Featured around the seal are the thirteen colonies in the coats of arms.  E PLURIBUS UNUM is used meaning there is only one God Our Previous Holy Spirit of No Name. On the back of the seal to erase all doubt is the Biblical scene from the Red Sea and the inscription Rebellion to Tyrants is obedience to God who delivered his people more than once from hands which is why we have God’s eye over the Pyramid at Giza in remembrance of a great and mighty deliverance from the hands of magical and physical slavery and tyranny. http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/thomas-jeffersons-design-for-the-great-seal-of-the-united-news-photo/3088906?esource=SEO_GIS_CDN_Redirect#thomas-jeffersons-design-for-the-great-seal-of-the-united-news-photo-id3088906

During the 4 term presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the 1930s, unions became important components of everyday life for the American workforce.

The nature and power of organized labor unions is often the result of poor regulation, low wages, lack of benefits and poor working environments that caused tensions in the labor force.

It is easy to understand how ill prepared society was to the onset of the Industrial revolution.  At onset of the Industrial age everybody wanted to work in a factory or one of the latest Industrial projects occurring in their town, city or state.

The owners of the first major businesses came to realize  early on the importance of  human ethics and business practices as well as importance of keeping a company viable and solvent able to expand or even contract, but remain afloat in a slowly growing competitive world.

America’s early rich families were the first in the Industrial revolution to face the ethical concerns that arose as a result of low wages & poor working conditions inside their factories something that in the beginning was a hurdle extremely difficult to surpass but one that over time slowly and gradually got better as better technology became available and affordable.

For big business profit is always a primary concern and if goods and services where going to be cheap & affordable,  wages had to be very carefully calculated along with a companys’ profit margin.

Many categories on a ledger must be considered in addition to all demands by a companys’ employees as well as things including the life of company that in some cases such as Ford provided many jobs to the citizenry.  Today  Ford employs hundreds of thousands people.

As time passed deed and title to later generations in big Industry enough capital reserves raised issues that America’s most powerful companies and government could do more for the citizen.

As America grew, workplace rights, wages, working hours, political expression, labor laws, civil rights and other working conditions, became a point of contention among citizens and new immigrants that seemed always to be arriving from Europe where they suffered similar problems if not worse in their home countries and expected more from America. So Unions were formed.

Organized unions and their umbrella labor federations such as the AFL–CIO and citywide federations competed, evolved, merged, and split against a backdrop of changing values and priorities, and periodic federal government intervention into a free and spontaneously growing society.

American journalist and political commentator, and a long-time op-ed columnist for The Washington Post, E. J. Dionne noted, ” that the union movement has traditionally espoused a set of values—solidarity being the most important, the sense that each should look out for the interests of all. “

In most industrial nations the labor movement became an organism that sponsored or tied their voting allegiance to political parties who supported their addendum and political initiatives.

In the United States major American political parties the democrats and the republicans vied for labor union votes.

During FDR’s era labor unions became a central element of the New Deal Coalition starting in the 1930s and forged a formidable workforce with political influence.

The history of organized labor has been a specialty of scholars since the 1890s who as a body of academic achievers produced a large amount of scholarly literature focused on the structure of organized unions.

Gender and race have always been the center of much debate in the problems faced by Labor Unions and the average working American Citizen pushing some unions into the hands of certain kind of organized men from immigrant America who wielded influence in Washington and many groups of people who felt that Washington’s lobbyists and major Industrial players did not have their best interests and so they existed and worked and built America under the protection of Federal Laws and when those Federal Laws failed under the protection of Labor Unions and their bosses.

The ability and the courage of men and women in their labor organizations and unions to strike or threaten to strike was always though the history of labor movements in the United States of America, the bane of every man running for office who would not get votes unless he pressed for greater rights in Washington.

On November 22, 1919 the Los Angeles Times then a newspaper funded by very wealthy magnates demanded federal action to stop the coal strike.

So powerful were these magnates they quietly and openly owned many presses and were a bane to organizers of the Labor Unions seeding a deep need for press reform for everyday people and newspapers that were impartial to both sides.

However,  Unions needed more.

The central power structure of wealth was deep and powerful and could rightly influence any newspaper that arose that did not favor the interests of big business.

Without big business, they argued, people would not have and enjoy any kind of lifestyles afforded by jobs provided by their companies and big business went as far as calling citizens ungrateful through various modes of communication that included political cartoons.

During a major economic depression of the early 1890s, the Pullman Palace Car Company cut wages in its factories.

Discontented workers joined the American Railway Union (ARU), led by Eugene V. Debs, which supported their strike by launching a boycott of all Pullman cars on all railroads.

ARU members across the nation refused to switch Pullman cars onto trains.

When these railway-switchmen were disciplined, the entire ARU struck the railroads on June 26, 1894.

Striking American Railway Union members confront Illinois National Guard troops in Chicago during the Pullman Strike

Within four days a workforce of 125,000 workers on twenty-nine railroads had quit work. Strikers and their supporters also engaged in riots and sabotage not knowing what else to do and with their backs pushed to the wall generated decisions that ended  in destructive behavior.

Railroad companies in response secured the services of Edwin Walker.  Walker was general counsel for the Chicago, Milwaukee, and the St. Paul Railway and became appointed as a special federal attorney with responsibility for dealing with the strike.

Walker went to federal court and obtained an injunction barring union leaders from supporting the boycott in any way.  Men infiltrated labor Unions often to control the masses of people and very intelligent men kept people waiting and strung along with charismatic speeches that use language and terminology that the workers could identify with.

During the railroad Strike – one of America’s greatest struggles at the turn of the century, the pattern and force of protest and strike was very well defined

A court injunction based on the Sherman Anti-Trust Act prohibited “Every contract, combination in the form of trust or otherwise, or conspiracy, in restraint of trade or commerce among the several States”.

Debs and other leaders of the ARU American Railroad Union ignored the injunction, and federal troops were called into action.

The strike was broken up by United States Marshals and some 2,000 United States Army troops, commanded by Nelson Miles, sent in by President Grover Cleveland on the premise that the strike interfered with the delivery of U.S. Mail.

During the course of the strike, 13 strikers were killed and 57 were wounded.

In rebuttal, an estimated $340,000 worth of property damage occurred during the strike.

Harpers Weekly Headline  “Violence erupted on July 7, 1894, with hundreds of boxcars and coal cars looted and burned. State and federal troops used force to quell the mob, as this study” by Frederic Remington illustrates.

ARU Union leader Debs went to prison for six months for violating the federal court order, and the ARU disintegrated, This was all the punishment he got for such a tumultuous event.

The relationship between big business and people has in the United States of America taken on new meaning and Unions now  remain as security and peace of mind for the American worker and unopposed under normal constructs and mutual agreements between employer and employee and employer and union contracts.

History is filled with engagements between labor Union workers and those who oppressed the average citizen and worker and many of us know that any kind of oppression always has it root and source in the powers of darkness.

We have come along way and now speaking on behalf of business nothing is more important to me than making people’s lives better in their places of employment making sure that working conditions, good benefits and wages commiserate with todays’ economy and still allow for steady increases in both wages and companies growth.

Retraining and relocation into alternative Industries for any industry in danger now becomes a priority for each board of directors or department of human resources where boards have self-destructed case in point the business crises during the white supremacy Mason Holocaust.

Now free to be among those who I used to struggle with, there is no greater joy that I have than the challenge of teaching and coaching my executives and managers how to care for the average workers to a greater extent than any other time in history and I am grateful to God my Holy Spirit for the strength and power necessary to continue driving business government and civilization forward.

Jose Maria Chavira Adagio 1st nom de Plume JC Angelcraft special agent in charge of the United States of America

September 1-4th Labor Day Weekend – Please Don’t Drink & Drive

Labor Day is a public holiday celebrated on the first Monday in September. This year 2017 it falls on the 4th of September.

Labor Day honors the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, laws and well-being of the country.

Beginning in the late 19th century, as the trade union and labor movements grew, trade unionists proposed that a day be set aside to celebrate labor.

“Labor Day” was promoted by the Central Labor Union and the Knights of Labor, which organized the first parade in New York City.

In 1887, Oregon was the first state of the United States to make it an official public holiday.

By the time it became an official federal holiday in 1894, thirty U.S. states officially celebrated Labor Day. Labor day was inspired by Workers’ Day and ancient holiday celebrated on May 1st in parts of Europe. – United States Public Health Service

The First Labor Day On September 5, 1882, some 10,000 workers assembled in New York City to participate in America’s first Labor Day parade.

After marching from City Hall, past reviewing stands in Union Square, and then uptown to 42nd Street, the workers and their families gathered in Wendel’s Elm Park for a picnic, concert, and speeches.

This first Labor Day celebration was eagerly organized and executed by New York’s Central Labor Union, an umbrella group made up of representatives from many local unions.

Debate continues to this day as to who originated the idea of a workers’ holiday, but it definitely emerged from the ranks of organized labor at a time when they wanted to demonstrate the strength of their burgeoning movement and inspire improvements in their working conditions.

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Washington D.C. July 28 2017 I wonder sometimes if we as humans have not faltered in our esteeming of men, especially these last years falling to traps and false news and profiles of the media over men such as Trump or Obama not ever seeing any breadth of true work deserving of a monument such as the likes of Thomas Jefferson.

The men that we do really esteem, the men whom we call our Founding Fathers is because their unswerving character in the founding of the nation that shines forth like a light bright light.
The meticulous preservation of their writings justify all the accolades and deserving of the title Mr. President,

This is one of the reasons we are going through the notes and writings of our founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson and getting into the minds of the men who once led this country during its greatest crisis, a war for its independence like no other,

Our revolutionary war and our civil war are by the far the most important wars our nation has suffered because they were fought on our own soil for the reasons that would unite a great nation that would in the future help to free our world in wars vital to human history, wars fought against the monsters of white supremacy.

As I review the letters and writings of Thomas Jefferson the man I cannot help at this point but to dig further into any reference of any importance that helps to better define the man other than Ossian’s poems of which I am now in academic pursuit of more elucidation as the current literature does little to satisfy my need for the character of Ossian apart from the writer and Irish poet who re-interpreted the writings during Jefferson’s life time.

These things are of importance for if a man is esteemed it is because of his character and the character of man or even a women is often defined by their writings, their works, their piety or devotion and their love for literature.

So when reading the works of Thomas Jefferson how can one not allude to the speculation and investigation of Ossian’s poems, literature that Thomas Jefferson – one of our founding fathers – had a deep affection for.

On Ossian’s Poems, In Day 4 of our Journey through the life and times of Thomas Jefferson he writes:

Thomas Jefferson Feb. 25, 1773 Virga Mcpherson
To Chas. McPherson, Albemarle, in Virga Feb. 25, 1773 Dear Sir,

Encouraged by the small acquaintance which I had the pleasure of having contracted with you during your residence in this country, I take the liberty of making the present application to you.

I understood you were related to the gentleman of your name (Mr. James McPherson), to whom the world is so much indebted for the elegant collection, arrangement, and translation of Ossian’s poems.
These pieces have been and will, I think, during my life, continue to be to me the sources of daily pleasures.

The tender and the sublime emotions of the mind were never before so wrought up by the human hand.

I am not ashamed to own that I think this rude bard of the north (Ossian) the greatest poet that has ever existed.
Merely for the pleasure of reading his works I am become desirous of learning the language in which he sung, and of possessing his songs in their original form.

Mr. McPherson, I think, informs us he is possessed of the originals. Indeed, a gentleman has lately told me he had seen them in print; but I am afraid he has mistaken a specimen from Temora, annexed to some of the editions of the translation, for the whole works. If they are printed, it will abridge my request and your trouble, to the sending me a printed copy; but if there be more such my petition is, that you would be so good as to use your interest with Mr. McPherson to obtain leave to take a manuscript copy of them, and procure it to be done.

I would choose it in a fair, round hand, on fine paper, with a good margin, bound in parchments as elegantly as possible, lettered on the back, and marbled or gilt on the edges of the leaves.

I would not regard expense in doing this. I would further beg the favor of you to give me a catalogue of the books written in that language, and to send me such of them as may be necessary for learning it.

These will, of course, include a grammar and dictionary. The cost of these, as well as the copy of Ossian, will be (for me), on demand, answered by Mr. Alexander McCaul, sometime of Virginia, merchant, but now of Glasgow, or by your friend Mr. Ninian Minzees, of Richmond, in Virginia, to whose care the books may be sent.

You can, perhaps, tell me whether we may ever hope to see any more of those Celtic (language) pieces published. Manuscript copies of any which are in print, it would at any time give me the greatest happiness to receive.

The glow of one warm thought is to me worth more than money.
I hear with pleasure from your friend that your path through life is likely to be smoothed by success.

I wish the business and the pleasures of your situation would admit leisure now and then to scribble a line to one who wishes you every felicity, and would willingly merit the appellation of, dear sir, Your friend and humble servant. – Thomas Jefferson

If not for the Piety of Thomas Jefferson and his reverence for God one might conclude him to be a pagan based on his love of Celtic and Gaelic myths and legends. But he was quite much more a man than his love for Ossian might define him.

Jefferson was a man who with George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and the Other signers of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution stood head and shoulders over other men that citizens would call a president and try to put in the same category or class as our Founding Fathers.

So as you read the history of your real founding Fathers consider what kind of men it took to do the impossible and help a nation still forming to break away from the worlds greatest military power of its day.

To do this it took real men of God and real men of faith who believed that men ought not to leave their fates in the hands of men they cannot see; or put their lives in the hands of a government government or legislative body and taxation they can no longer control.

With this I leave you to the reading of Ossian’s Poems. I thought you might be curious.

Ossians Poems Translated from the ancient Gaelic by James Macphereson FREE PDF LITERACY Official Government of the United States of America

Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Dominus dominorum est et rex regum et reginarum nom de Plume JC Angelcraft author of the Nine Needs all Humans Have & Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America under Emergency Powers.

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DAY 1 Writings of Thomas Jefferson – https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/24/day-1-the-writings-and-letters-of-thomas-jefferson-for-the-people-of-the-united-states-of-america/
DAY 2 Writings of Thomas Jefferson – https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/25/day-2-the-writings-and-letters-of-thomas-jefferson/
DAY 3 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/26/day-3-the-writings-and-letters-of-thomas-jefferson/
DAY 4 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/27/day-4-the-writings-and-letters-of-thomas-jefferson/
DAY 5 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/28/day-5-the-writings-and-letters-of-thomas-jefferson/
DAY 6: Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/31/choose-life-its-better-health-for-you-and-your-child/

July 24 2017 Washington D.C. The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and manuscripts in its collections.
The Library is the main research arm of the U.S. Congress and the home of the U.S. Copyright Office.

The Library preserves and provides access to a rich, diverse and enduring source of knowledge to inform, inspire and engage you in your intellectual and creative endeavors.
Whether you are new to the Library of Congress or an experienced researcher, we have a world-class staff ready to assist you online and in person.

I encourage you to visit the Library of Congress in person in Washington, D.C., explore the Library online from wherever you are and connect with us on social media.

Sincerely, Carla Hayden Librarian of Congress https://www.loc.gov/

“…in the event of a national catastrophe through which citizens must depend on the providence of God whom established the foundations of this world, it shall be determined by manifest destiny and confirmed in the citizenry who is best fit to lead the nation and the world from its crises and whom shall supervise the restructuring of world governments and will oversee world governments as led by Providence and confirmed by miracles signs and wonders.… ”

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Welcome to the month of September and have great Labor Day weekend.

September 1st 2017 Washington D.C.   At our YouTube account our representing brand the great seal has changed.  The stripes present a richness of color that when reduced in size looks like a red stain instead of stripes like it should.

To fix this we have reduced the stripes to three stripes for the branding only.  The administration at the white house will continue to look toward other solutions as well as the curator.   Thank You and have a great Labor Day weekend – White House Staff & USPHS Emergency Management Agency

Today is the 2 of September 2017.  The curator has introduced new coats of arms and the coat of Arms on the Great Seal of the United States of America as the official YouTube brand for our emergency media account.

The coat of arms brands represent the crowning achievement of progress through time by the people of the United States of America.  If you notice the crown itself is laced with white pearls that represent the stars.  The United States of America has used the Flur de Lis which has been familiar to Americans even before the revolutionary war when the United States was helped by the French Monarchy beseeched by Ambassador to France Benjamin Franklin to help establish its Sovereignty.

The Great Seal Coat of Arms also represent the Crown of the ruling Monarch Mary of Maryland and the stars represent the original thirteen colonies.  There are three versions of “Stars and Stripes” the new coat of arms for the United States of America.

The coat of arms from the Great Seal of the United States of America is also another official royal emblem of the people of the United States of America and is today blessed and added to the national archives along with all final variations which were elected from a larger pool.

The United States coat of arms has been used before.  This new version takes its place again next to a host of royal emblems and coats of arms belonging to the United States of America through various legal corporations, incorporations, foundations & charters through its history.

The new coat of arms also represents a move to a voting theocracy in our nation, a nation expected to lead the world in many areas especially education.  This historical masterpiece represents the heraldry of the people of the United States of America and is a beacon of light unto the world, a world in need of greater tolerance for countries such as the United States of America a free society and a melting pot of culture, expression and religious freedom.

White House Staff & USPHS Emergency Management Agency

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September 1-4th Labor Day Weekend – Please Don’t Drink & Drive

Labor Day is a public holiday celebrated on the first Monday in September.  This year 2017 it falls on the 4th of September.

Labor Day honors the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, laws and well-being of the country.

Beginning in the late 19th century, as the trade union and labor movements grew, trade unionists proposed that a day be set aside to celebrate labor.

“Labor Day” was promoted by the Central Labor Union and the Knights of Labor, which organized the first parade in New York City.

In 1887, Oregon was the first state of the United States to make it an official public holiday.

By the time it became an official federal holiday in 1894, thirty U.S. states officially celebrated Labor Day.  Labor day was inspired by Workers’ Day and ancient holiday celebrated on May 1st in parts of Europe.  – United States Public Health Service

 Washington D.C. July 28 2017   I wonder sometimes if we as humans have not faltered in our esteeming of men, especially these last years falling to traps and false news and profiles of the media over men such as Trump or Obama not ever seeing any breadth of true work deserving of a monument such as the likes of Thomas Jefferson.

The men that we do really esteem, the men whom we call our Founding Fathers is because their unswerving character in the founding of the nation that shines forth like a light bright light.
The meticulous preservation of their writings justify all the accolades and deserving of the title Mr. President,

This is one of the reasons we are going through the notes and writings of our founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson and getting into the minds of the men who once led this country during its greatest crisis, a war for its independence like no other,

Our revolutionary war and our civil war are by the far the most important wars our nation has suffered because they were fought on our own soil for the reasons that would unite a great nation that would in the future help to free our world in wars vital to human history, wars fought against the monsters of white supremacy.

As I review the letters and writings of Thomas Jefferson the man I cannot help at this point but to dig further into any reference of any importance that helps to better define the man other than Ossian’s poems of which I am now in academic pursuit of more elucidation as the current literature does little to satisfy my need for the character of Ossian apart from the writer and Irish poet who re-interpreted the writings during Jefferson’s life time.

These things are of importance for if a man is esteemed it is because of his character and the character of man or even a women is often defined by their writings, their works, their piety or devotion  and their love for literature.

So when reading the works of Thomas Jefferson how can one not allude to the speculation and investigation of Ossian’s poems, literature that Thomas Jefferson – one of our founding fathers – had a deep affection for.

On Ossian’s Poems, In Day 4 of our Journey through the life and times of Thomas Jefferson he writes:

Thomas Jefferson Feb. 25, 1773 Virga Mcpherson
To Chas. McPherson, Albemarle, in Virga Feb. 25, 1773 Dear Sir,

Encouraged by the small acquaintance which I had the pleasure of having contracted with you during your residence in this country, I take the liberty of making the present application to you.

I understood you were related to the gentleman of your name (Mr. James McPherson), to whom the world is so much indebted for the elegant collection, arrangement, and translation of Ossian’s poems.
These pieces have been and will, I think, during my life, continue to be to me the sources of daily pleasures.

The tender and the sublime emotions of the mind were never before so wrought up by the human hand.

I am not ashamed to own that I think this rude bard of the north (Ossian)  the greatest poet that has ever existed.
Merely for the pleasure of reading his works I am become desirous of learning the language in which he sung, and of possessing his songs in their original form.

Mr. McPherson, I think, informs us he is possessed of the originals. Indeed, a gentleman has lately told me he had seen them in print; but I am afraid he has mistaken a specimen from Temora, annexed to some of the editions of the translation, for the whole works. If they are printed, it will abridge my request and your trouble, to the sending me a printed copy; but if there be more such my petition is, that you would be so good as to use your interest with Mr. McPherson to obtain leave to take a manuscript copy of them, and procure it to be done.

I would choose it in a fair, round hand, on fine paper, with a good margin, bound in parchments as elegantly as possible, lettered on the back, and marbled or gilt on the edges of the leaves.

I would not regard expense in doing this. I would further beg the favor of you to give me a catalogue of the books written in that language, and to send me such of them as may be necessary for learning it.

These will, of course, include a grammar and dictionary. The cost of these, as well as the copy of Ossian, will be (for me), on demand, answered by Mr. Alexander McCaul, sometime of Virginia, merchant, but now of Glasgow, or by your friend Mr. Ninian Minzees, of Richmond, in Virginia, to whose care the books may be sent.

You can, perhaps, tell me whether we may ever hope to see any more of those Celtic (language) pieces published. Manuscript copies of any which are in print, it would at any time give me the greatest happiness to receive.

The glow of one warm thought is to me worth more than money.
I hear with pleasure from your friend that your path through life is likely to be smoothed by success.

I wish the business and the pleasures of your situation would admit leisure now and then to scribble a line to one who wishes you every felicity, and would willingly merit the appellation of, dear sir, Your friend and humble servant. – Thomas Jefferson

If not for the Piety of Thomas Jefferson and his reverence for God one might conclude him to be a pagan based on his love of Celtic and Gaelic myths and legends. But he was quite much more a man than his love for Ossian might define him.

Jefferson was a man who with George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and the Other signers of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution stood head and shoulders over other men that citizens would call a president and try to put in the same category or class  as our Founding Fathers.

So as you read the history of your real founding Fathers consider what kind of men it took to do the impossible and help a nation still forming to break away from the worlds greatest military power of its day.

To do this it took real men of God and real men of faith who believed that men ought not to leave their fates in the hands of men they cannot see; or put their lives in the hands of a government government or legislative body and taxation they can no longer control.

With this I leave you to the reading of Ossian’s Poems.  I thought you might be curious.

Ossians Poems Translated from the ancient Gaelic by James Macphereson – Ossians Poems Translated from the ancient Gaelic by James Macphereson FREE PDF LITERACY Official Government of the United States of America

Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Dominus dominorum est et rex regum et reginarum  nom de Plume JC Angelcraft author of the Nine Needs all Humans Have & Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America under Emergency Powers.

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DAY 1  Writings of Thomas Jefferson – https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/24/day-1-the-writings-and-letters-of-thomas-jefferson-for-the-people-of-the-united-states-of-america/
DAY 2 Writings of Thomas Jefferson – https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/25/day-2-the-writings-and-letters-of-thomas-jefferson/
DAY 3 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/26/day-3-the-writings-and-letters-of-thomas-jefferson/
DAY 4 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/27/day-4-the-writings-and-letters-of-thomas-jefferson/
DAY 5 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/28/day-5-the-writings-and-letters-of-thomas-jefferson/
DAY 6: Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
https://officialgovernmentoftheunitedstatesofamerica.wordpress.com/2017/07/31/choose-life-its-better-health-for-you-and-your-child/

July 24 2017 Washington D.C.   The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and manuscripts in its collections.
The Library is the main research arm of the U.S. Congress and the home of the U.S. Copyright Office.

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I encourage you to visit the Library of Congress in person in Washington, D.C., explore the Library online from wherever you are and connect with us on social media.

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Closing out the Month of August 2017 – Have a great week!

End of August White House Post August 29 2017: I hope everyone had a great month of August.

For those who ventured with positive gains from my writings, I thank my Holy Spirit for you and ask my Holy Spirit to keep blessing you.  Trust is a great gift.

Someone once said that the best literature is always attacked the most.  In my life no literature has been attacked more than the Bible & the Qur’an. These books are related to history and actual historical events corroborated by archeology.  They also contain spiritual writings of our journey through history.

People  gain a great deal from the writings of our Holy books the many they are and recapture the legacy of great past civilizations and the prophets that lived in them.

The Qur’an comes from Israel.  the caves of Qumran       https://www.touristisrael.com/qumran/9374/

Qumran (Qur’an) they mean the same place.   But The  “Qumran” – the book – is based on the series of scrolls known as the dead sea scrolls recently rediscovered again from Qumran or Quran (they mean the same) after being presumed to be lost for who knows how many years hundreds or more than a thousand years.  

In 1947 local Bedouins rediscovered a clay jar containing 7 scrolls in a cave about 1.5km from Qumran.  To them however it was a new discovery.

The scrolls that made todays Qur’an or Qumran  pay tribute to a previous discovery of the scrolls at unknown dates  which were translated into Arabic to form the Qumran a fragment of scripture over a thousand years ago.  Yet the dead sea scrolls that Inspired the book before its rediscovery were lost apparently.

Long before 1947,  the scrolls were taken care of and perhaps passed around and many records were made to give us our early & middle latin bibles and later the King James Bible a favorite of William Shakespeare.

Perhaps some digging by scholars in the written records of archeologists and kings these past 1500 hundred years may reveal a tail and a new story of the dead scrolls from the caves of Qumran which are responsible for every bible translation that we have today.

The dead sea scrolls are Jewish/Zoroastrian in nature and demonstrate the lasting power of God’s word.

Bible experts believe Judaism commenced with the Book of Exodus and date Moses between 1100 & 900 B.C.  Others take giant leap and surmise Moses was the return or reincarnation of Zarathustraa 1300 B.C. which is when Zoroastrianism restarted having records of it in Greece as early 6000 B.C.

Zoroastrians – called fire worshippers – are believed to carry the understanding of the burning bush and so replicate it using real fire and others use candles to create an effect.

The burning bush (Agni) the Holy Spirit who spoke to Moses is theorized to have inspired Judaism and revive Zoroastrianism and Hinduism simultaneously and perhaps was known as Agni even before Agni was reduced down by scholars as the “Fire God.”

Agni is the Hindu word for the God of fire known as Ahura-Mazda in Zoroastrianism and our today as our Non-Gender Holy Spirit who has no name.

Upon the re-discovery the ancient dead sea scrolls which carry the legend of the Exodus and the old testament  were sold to antique dealers and after changing hands several times they reached scholars who do their best to accurately evaluate the age of the parchments which are priceless.

Exploration of the caves at Qumran uncovered a total of 972 texts! This is the oldest known existing copy of the Old Testament.

The texts are written in Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek and Nabataen. The scrolls are believed to have belonged to a severely orthodox  Essenes Jewish sect of hermits who worshipped the Holy Spirit and cared for the scrolls and perhaps made copies as well.

In all, 12 were the number of the system of caves where scrolls and fragments of parchments were originally entrusted to each cave representing one of the twelve tribes of Israel.

According to the legend, before his death, Jacob blessed or foretold the destiny of each of his sons.

All these are the twelve tribes of Israel. This is what their father said to them as he blessed them, blessing each with the blessing suitable to him.

The tribes were:

  1. Tribe of Reuben
  2. Tribe of Simeon
  3. Tribe of Levi
  4. Tribe of Judah
  5. Tribe of Issachar
  6. Tribe of Zebulun
  7. Tribe of Dan
  8. Tribe of Naphtali
  9. Tribe of Gad
  10. Tribe of Asher
  11. Tribe of Joseph
  12. Tribe of Benjamin

Qumran as a city,  was established during the Hellenistic Period c.134-104BC and remained inhabited up until c.68BC,.  If this is correct then Mohammad by grace & help of the Holy Spirit rediscovered and reintroduced the writings to the nomadic people in Saudi Arabia and Mecca the home and hub for the many names of God and a system of worship that was condensed down back to the Holy Spirit called Allah in the arabic language.

The cave systems of Qumran are complex and contain multi-level structures that were once home to many people.  It was during the Hellenistic Period an important period in Greece that the Essenes Jewish sect settled Qumran.

There is tons of information available in your Libraries where it is always a funner more interesting way to study instead of just using the Internet.  Books are better and much less problematic. Try your Church library as well and ask your pastor or elder or good priest or nun where to get good information.    Have great week!

Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America

Morgan Freeman’s Zoroastrian Story of God

Official White House images WWII Memorial property of the Government of the United States of America

Aye Zooma Zoom is BGSU’s unofficial fight song and is credited to Gilbert Fox, a WWII Army Air Corps Bombardier who served in Italy. In 1946, Fox brought back his interpretation of the song based upon a Zulu war chant to the University of Bowling Green. It is traditionally sung after every Falcon Football victory.

The 1958 Bowling Green Falcons football team represented Bowling Green State University in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) during the 1958 college football season.

In their fourth season under head coach Doyt Perry, the Falcons compiled a 7–2 record (4–2 against MAC opponents) and finished in third place in the MAC outscoring all opponents by a combined total of 218 to 91.

On November 8, 1958, the Falcons defeated Ohio, 33-6, starting an 18-game winning streak that continued until November 12, 1960. The streak remains the longest in Bowling Green history.

The team’s statistical leaders were Bob Colburn with 685 passing yards, Bob Ramlow with 779 rushing yards, and Bernie Casey with 310 receiving yards.

Ray Reese was the team captain. Harold Furcron received the team’s Most Valuable Player award. Furcron set a Bowling Green record, since broken, with an 81-yard run against Dayton. Jerry Dianiska also had an 80-yard run against Ohio

Bowling Green today showed only 11 Donald Trump News results. Bowling Green State University is a major school in United States University System and a proud member of the Department of Education.

https://unitedstatesofamericadepartmentoftheinterior.wordpress.com/university-of-bowling-green-state-ohio/

When this is over and mass-media turns into a normal state you will feel that you have won your liberty and from that day forth you will remember the evils of organized crime and how it can destroy a nation and you will never forget – as the NAZI’s have never forgotten –  so you can once again protect the Interior Values of the United States of America.  

Jose Maria Chavira M.S. @ The Interior – Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America

August 17 2017 White Supremacy Update

The citizens of Mexico & the World have been warned again.  Try NOT to listen to talk about statistics or anyone trying to reason you from belief because of statistics that can at any time be manipulated to favor LIARS and the minions of White Supremacy.   Keep trying the Link until it works.  https://gobiernodelateocraciaymonarquiadeespiritusanto.wordpress.com/2017/08/11/un-mensaje-breve-a-los-organizaciones-criminales/

Film & Music is going to work of playlists for the time being. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC74W2iiaScTG1gRentFX8Ww/featured

August 10th Film & Music is back. This valuable ministry is important to the lives of musicians as well as people.

After our struggle against the conspiracy of lies is over and we are at peace with each other, Film & Music will return to being as diverse and as specialized as it was before.

Film & Music® all rights reserved

Specialization is necessary so that students of this valuable and lucrative industry can focus on their task along with Industry experts who will train them and work with them.

For now Film & Music will be condensed into playlists that will reflect in part its future specialization.

Because of the previous destruction of Film & Music’s huge department more than 15 accounts, only one account will be made at this time.

For the preservation of this world’s heritage, Music & Film around the world is an industry threatened by white supremacy & organized crime.  I am in partnership with many musical artists through various companies, corporations and incorporations that help to keep stable the business Industry away and separate from various YouTube accounts should anything happen again.

No money will be made here in this another YouTube media emergency account by USPHS EMA Emergency Management Agency intended to educate citizens as well as provide entertainment that has a professional feel to it.

To help you with your home sickness, I have decided that the White house YouTube Emergency media account also reflect a departmental feel as well as convey some personality .   There are government websites and video accounts still in the hands of organized crime who want to be paid to stop their military psychological operations against the people of the United States of America and the citizens of this world.

“Let me see” said wee-bitty bunny

If you find yourself in lack of payment for your services in any government or media position, it is because you have entered into the media psychological warfare against the citizens of the countries of this world by your agreement with conspiracy of lies media; or you have knowingly or innocently contracted services with organized crime white supremacy and they have no money to pay you.

There is still time to resign for some of you and help our cause and your own by turning states evidence for the media and financial crimes that led to your resignation.    Every case is different.  Make sure to call the department of justice to see what can be done for your case.

Be reminded that the United States Public Health Service Department of Defense or its equivalent in your country also oversees media security and by law has probable cause to conduct surveillance operations on the Nation and is the country’s NSA National Security Agency.

Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America

Washington D.C. The Interior August 8 2017  from the Interior

A pleasant surprise awaited me late in the evening as I searched an official government and commercial website of Culpeper, Virginia taking screenshots of the event as usual looking for Equestrian Information. But before I searched that I had to check the websites integrity which matters more to me and is more important.

After various efforts as an ordinary Internet surfer,  I checked the news and registered at the website.  In today’s grading of the Internet Culpeper, Virginia scored a 100%.  Zero Donald Trump news was found using the Culpeper, Virginia search engine on its government website and also a commercial website promoting tourism.

In today’s grading of the Internet Culpeper, Virginia scored a 100% on these two very important websites.

These things make me very happy.

The citizens of this small town should be very happy and proud of their accomplishment. These commercial and government websites are controlled by responsible citizens and administrators working for the Government of the United States of America.

https://www.culpeperva.gov/
http://visitculpeperva.com/

It may be hard to believe but this is a trend happening across the United States of America and the World.
Todays Screenshots
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SCREENSHOT NO. 2

Culpeper, Virginia is known as the small charming town and short drive from the Nations Capital and a nice getaway with plenty to see and do.

http://visitculpeperva.com/directory/see-and-do.aspx

Feel free to inspect the websites and enjoy surfing these Internet sites two of many available on today’s Internet whose search engines check out. Should a change status occur and bad news enters the search engine make sure to file a complaint directly with them and allow them to correct the intrusion or mistake.

Also Check out NOAA National Marine sanctuaries Blue Earth they scored 100% as well.  GO NOAA.

SCREENSHOT 3  

We still have a ways to go so if you still doubt in your new government, just make the trip to Washington D.C. and make an official appointment if your work in government or in the media and always make sure to pray before making any investigations.

Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America at the Interior

Washington D.C. July 28 2017   I wonder sometimes if we as humans have not faltered in our esteeming of men, especially these last years falling to traps and false news and profiles of the media over men such as Trump or Obama not ever seeing any breadth of true work deserving of a monument such as the likes of Thomas Jefferson.

The men that we do really esteem, the men whom we call our Founding Fathers is because their unswerving character in the founding of the nation that shines forth like a light bright light.

The meticulous preservation of their writings justify all the accolades and deserving of the title Mr. President,

This is one of the reasons we are going through the notes and writings of our founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson and getting into the minds of the men who once led this country during its greatest crisis, a war for its independence like no other,

Our revolutionary war and our civil war are by the far the most important wars our nation has suffered because they were fought on our own soil for the reasons that would unite a great nation that would in the future help to free our world in wars vital to human history, wars fought against the monsters of white supremacy.

As I review the letters and writings of Thomas Jefferson the man I cannot help at this point but to dig further into any reference of any importance that helps to better define the man other than Ossian’s poems of which I am now in academic pursuit of more elucidation as the current literature does little to satisfy my need for the character of Ossian apart from the writer and Irish poet who re-interpreted the writings during Jefferson’s life time.

These things are of importance for if a man is esteemed it is because of his character and the character of man or even a women is often defined by their writings, their works, their piety or devotion  and their love for literature.

So when reading the works of Thomas Jefferson how can one not allude to the speculation and investigation of Ossian’s poems, literature that Thomas Jefferson – one of our founding fathers – had a deep affection for.

On Ossian’s Poems, In Day 4 of our Journey through the life and times of Thomas Jefferson he writes:

Thomas Jefferson Feb. 25, 1773 Virga Mcpherson

To Chas. McPherson, Albemarle, in Virga Feb. 25, 1773 Dear Sir,

—Encouraged by the small acquaintance which I had the pleasure of having contracted with you during your residence in this country, I take the liberty of making the present application to you. I understood you were related to the gentleman of your name (Mr. James McPherson), to whom the world is so much indebted for the elegant collection, arrangement, and translation of Ossian’s poems.

These pieces have been and will, I think, during my life, continue to be to me the sources of daily pleasures.

The tender and the sublime emotions of the mind were never before so wrought up by the human hand.

I am not ashamed to own that I think this rude bard of the north (Ossian)  the greatest poet that has ever existed.

Merely for the pleasure of reading his works I am become desirous of learning the language in which he sung, and of possessing his songs in their original form.

Mr. McPherson, I think, informs us he is possessed of the originals. Indeed, a gentleman has lately told me he had seen them in print; but I am afraid he has mistaken a specimen from Temora, annexed to some of the editions of the translation, for the whole works. If they are printed, it will abridge my request and your trouble, to the sending me a printed copy; but if there be more such my petition is, that you would be so good as to use your interest with Mr. McPherson to obtain leave to take a manuscript copy of them, and procure it to be done.

I would choose it in a fair, round hand, on fine paper, with a good margin, bound in parchments as elegantly as possible, lettered on the back, and marbled or gilt on the edges of the leaves. I would not regard expense in doing this. I would further beg the favor of you to give me a catalogue of the books written in that language, and to send me such of them as may be necessary for learning it.

These will, of course, include a grammar and dictionary. The cost of these, as well as the copy of Ossian, will be (for me), on demand, answered by Mr. Alexander McCaul, sometime of Virginia, merchant, but now of Glasgow, or by your friend Mr. Ninian Minzees, of Richmond, in Virginia, to whose care the books may be sent.

You can, perhaps, tell me whether we may ever hope to see any more of those Celtic (language) pieces published. Manuscript copies of any which are in print, it would at any time give me the greatest happiness to receive.

The glow of one warm thought is to me worth more than money.

I hear with pleasure from your friend that your path through life is likely to be smoothed by success.

I wish the business and the pleasures of your situation would admit leisure now and then to scribble a line to one who wishes you every felicity, and would willingly merit the appellation of, dear sir, Your friend and humble servant.

Footnote reference:  INDO EUROPEAN LANGUAGE TREE

END

If not for the Piety of Thomas Jefferson and his reverence for God one might conclude him to be a pagan based on his love of Celtic and Gaelic myths and legends. But he was quite much more a man than his love for Ossian might define him.

Jefferson was a man who with George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and the Other signers of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution stood head and shoulders over other men that citizens would call a president and try to put in the same category or class  as our Founding Fathers.

And some of these presidents or just plain men, even killers – like some from these past 17 years –  were simple men that belonged to secret societies. These men, some of which even I esteemed, were order takers as opposed to being the leaders of a nation and one of them having drafted but a few memoirs and signing or framing nothing of legislative significance themselves or done anything significant in their lives to earn the title of president; while being in the greater company of men and women some of whom were resigned to work in the background others run completely out of government.

So as you read the history of your real founding Fathers consider what kind of men it took to do the impossible and help a nation still forming to break away from the worlds greatest military power of its day.

To do this it took real men of God and real men of faith who believed that men ought not to leave their fates in the hands of men they cannot see; or put their lives in the hands of a government government or legislative body and taxation they can no longer control.

With this I leave you to the reading of Ossian’s Poems.  I thought you might be curious.

Ossians Poems Translated from the ancient Gaelic by James Macphereson FREE PDF LITERACY Official Government of the United States of America

 Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Dominus dominorum est et rex regum et reginarum  nom de Plume JC Angelcraft author of the Nine Needs all Humans Have & Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America under Emergency Powers.
DAY 3 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
DAY 4 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
DAY 5 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
DAY 6: Writings of Thomas Jefferson –

July 24 2017 Washington D.C.   The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and manuscripts in its collections.

The Library is the main research arm of the U.S. Congress and the home of the U.S. Copyright Office.

The Library preserves and provides access to a rich, diverse and enduring source of knowledge to inform, inspire and engage you in your intellectual and creative endeavors.

Whether you are new to the Library of Congress or an experienced researcher, we have a world-class staff ready to assist you online and in person.

I encourage you to visit the Library of Congress in person in Washington, D.C., explore the Library online from wherever you are and connect with us on social media.

Sincerely, Carla Hayden Librarian of Congress https://www.loc.gov/

“…in the event of a national catastrophe through which citizens must depend on the providence of God whom established the foundations of this world, it shall be determined by manifest destiny and confirmed in the citizenry who is best fit to lead the nation and the world from its crises and whom shall supervise the restructuring of world governments and will oversee world governments as led by Providence and confirmed  by miracles signs and wonders.… ”

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American Choral Music

The seventy-six works presented here are limited to a period beginning shortly after the Civil War and ending at 1922. The music selected reflects the diversity of choral music in the collections written during the later nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries and includes accompanied music, a cappella, sacred and secular music, and works for mixed choirs, for women’s and men’s ensembles, and for children’s choruses.

American Choral Music is a collaboration between the Library of Congress and the Choral Directors Association (ACDA). In 2007, the ACDA and the Library of Congress began a collaborative effort to create this Web site devoted to choral music that would present music in the public domain, available for users to download. The site serves to highlight the collections of sheet music in the Library of Congress and to advance and promote the performance of choral music.

Twenty-three composers’ works are represented, five of whom are women. Amy Marcy Cheney Beach (Mrs. H. H. A. Beach) was the first American woman to achieve widespread recognition as a composer. Mabel Wheeler Daniels composed The Desolate City, op. 21, among other significant works during her many stays as a Fellow at the MacDowell Colony. Margaret Ruthven Lang composed the song Ojalá,which brought her international attention at the Paris Exhibition of 1889. Gena Branscombe was a conductor and composer whose hymn Arms that have Sheltered Us was adopted by the Royal Canadian Navy in 1960. Patty Stair was a composer, organist and conductor.

Many of the composers represented here were from the Second New England School and were influential in music education as well as composition. George Whitefield Chadwick, often credited as the “dean of American Music,” reorganized the New England Conservatory.

Chadwick influenced Daniel Gregory Mason, a composer known for both orchestral works and song cycles is represented, as is Horatio William Parker.

Parker became dean of the School of Music at Yale; many of his manuscripts reside in the Music Division. Another member of the New England School was John Knowles Paine, the first professor of music at Harvard, and a composer who established the first music department at an American university. Amy Beach, Arthur Foote, and Edward MacDowell were also members of the Second New England School.

Also represented is Dudley Buck, an organist, conductor, and founding director of the Brooklyn Apollo Club’s male chorus, and Harvey Bartlett Gaul, a student of Dudley Buck. William W. Gilchrist founded the Mendelssohn Club. Peter C. Lutkin was a composer instrumental in support of a cappella singing, and a founder of the American Guild of Organists.

African-American music is represented with the compositions of R. Nathaniel DettWill Marion Cook, and Harry Burleigh. Other notable composers are Henry F. GilbertArthur B. Whiting and Septimus Winner.

About Choral Music at the Library of Congress

The works in this presentation were selected from a variety of sheet music collections and publishers in the Music Division of the Library of Congress. The majority of the compositions chosen by the American Choral Directors Association are from the A. P. Schmidt Company Archives, one of the most valuable resources for the study of American choral music.

This archive of music occupies a special place in the history of American music publishing. In 1958, the publisher Summy-Birchard bought out the Arthur P. Schmidt Company, and both principals agreed to donate the Schmidt papers to the Library of Congress. Included in the large deposit of business papers and financial records were numerous containers of music manuscripts, including many holographs, and printed sheet music.

The A. P. Schmidt Company Archives contains over 300 boxes of manuscripts and published choral music, including the music of Arthur Foote, George Whitefield Chadwick, Horatio Parker, and John Knowles Paine.

Because Schmidt championed the music of women, the collection is also rich in the holdings of holographs and sheet music of Amy Beach, Mabel Wheeler Daniels, Margaret Ruthven Lang, Florence Newell Barbour, Marion Bauer, Helen Hopekirk, Gena Branscomb, and Anna Pricella Rischer.

View a finding aid for the A. P. Schmidt collection

If you have specific questions, please Ask a Librarian

Dear citizens greetings and salutations on behalf of Mary of Maryland the White House Administration and all US Law Enforcement the Department of Justice and service branches of the new  USPHS the United States Public Health Service Department of Defense

Be ready and prepared at all times for people who would use the conspiracy of lies to brainwash you. Keep sober-minded.   Please do not drink and drive or play with fire or start mayhem for any reason.

Try to enjoy yourself every day at work at school or in your summer vacation and create something new every day working your mind and developing your talents and skills.

Remember to control your media and stay away from Trump/Obama gatherings and political things that pretend these men are in power.  Trump & Obama are not in power and are stumbling blocks and so is all their media, news and all political initiatives and legislative writings associated with them.

The men who control conspiracy of lies media daily change and are subject to the processes of justice.

Both Trump & Obama and other old names in US Politics are control points for enemies of the state foreign and domestic to get into your minds, hearts and pocket books so be careful and aware of all media and be assured that the justice processes are working on your behalf.

Call the White House if you have any questions.

Be blessed sober minded and honest every day.  Bless each other and and pray for your own peace of mind and ask for God’s blessing. This world is changing.

Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Dominus dominorum est et rex regum et reginarum  nom de Plume JC Angelcraft author of the Nine Needs all Humans Have

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Sports & Old League of Nations/United Nations World War I and World II awareness continues: Back to the Libraries

Official White House images WWII Memorial property of the Government of the United States of America

Aye Zooma Zoom is BGSU’s unofficial fight song and is credited to Gilbert Fox, a WWII Army Air Corps Bombardier who served in Italy. In 1946, Fox brought back his interpretation of the song based upon a Zulu war chant to the University of Bowling Green. It is traditionally sung after every Falcon Football victory.

The 1958 Bowling Green Falcons football team represented Bowling Green State University in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) during the 1958 college football season.

In their fourth season under head coach Doyt Perry, the Falcons compiled a 7–2 record (4–2 against MAC opponents) and finished in third place in the MAC outscoring all opponents by a combined total of 218 to 91.

On November 8, 1958, the Falcons defeated Ohio, 33-6, starting an 18-game winning streak that continued until November 12, 1960. The streak remains the longest in Bowling Green history.

The team’s statistical leaders were Bob Colburn with 685 passing yards, Bob Ramlow with 779 rushing yards, and Bernie Casey with 310 receiving yards.

Ray Reese was the team captain. Harold Furcron received the team’s Most Valuable Player award. Furcron set a Bowling Green record, since broken, with an 81-yard run against Dayton. Jerry Dianiska also had an 80-yard run against Ohio

Bowling Green today showed only 11 Donald Trump News results. Bowling Green State University is a major school in United States University System and a proud member of the Department of Education.

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When this is over and mass-media turns into a normal state you will feel that you have won your liberty and from that day forth you will remember the evils of organized crime and how it can destroy a nation and you will never forget – as the NAZI’s have never forgotten –  so you can once again protect the Interior Values of the United States of America.  

Jose Maria Chavira M.S. @ The Interior – Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America

August 17 2017 White Supremacy Update

The citizens of Mexico & the World have been warned again.  Try NOT to listen to talk about statistics or anyone trying to reason you from belief because of statistics that can at any time be manipulated to favor LIARS and the minions of White Supremacy.   Keep trying the Link until it works.  https://gobiernodelateocraciaymonarquiadeespiritusanto.wordpress.com/2017/08/11/un-mensaje-breve-a-los-organizaciones-criminales/

Film & Music is going to work of playlists for the time being. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC74W2iiaScTG1gRentFX8Ww/featured

August 10th Film & Music is back. This valuable ministry is important to the lives of musicians as well as people.

After our struggle against the conspiracy of lies is over and we are at peace with each other, Film & Music will return to being as diverse and as specialized as it was before.

Film & Music® all rights reserved

Specialization is necessary so that students of this valuable and lucrative industry can focus on their task along with Industry experts who will train them and work with them.

For now Film & Music will be condensed into playlists that will reflect in part its future specialization.

Because of the previous destruction of Film & Music’s huge department more than 15 accounts, only one account will be made at this time.

For the preservation of this world’s heritage, Music & Film around the world is an industry threatened by white supremacy & organized crime.  I am in partnership with many musical artists through various companys, corporations and incorporations that help to keep stable the business Industry away and seperate from various YouTube accounts should anything happen again.

No money will be made here in this another YouTube media emergency account by USPHS EMA Emergency Management Agency intended to educate citizens as well as provide entertainment that has a professional feel to it.

To help you with your home sickness, I have decided that the White house YouTube Emergency media account also reflect a departmental feel as well as convey some personality .   There are government websites and video accounts still in the hands of organized crime who want to be paid to stop their military psychological operations against the people of the United States of America and the citizens of this world.

“Let me see” said wee-bitty bunny

If you find yourself in lack of payment for your services in any government or media position, it is because you have entered into the media psychological warfare against the citizens of the countries of this world by your agreement with conspiracy of lies media; or you have knowingly or innocently contracted services with organized crime white supremacy and they have no money to pay you.

There is still time to resign for some of you and help our cause and your own by turning states evidence for the media and financial crimes that led to your resignation.    Every case is different.  Make sure to call the department of justice to see what can be done for your case.

Be reminded that the United States Public Health Service Department of Defense or its equivalent in your country also oversees media security and by law has probable cause to conduct surveillance operations on the Nation and is the country’s NSA National Security Agency.

Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America

Washington D.C. The Interior August 8 2017  from the Interior

A pleasant surprise awaited me late in the evening as I searched an official government and commercial website of Culpeper, Virginia taking screenshots of the event as usual looking for Equestrian Information. But before I searched that I had to check the websites integrity which matters more to me and is more important.

After various efforts as an ordinary Internet surfer,  I checked the news and registered at the website.  In today’s grading of the Internet Culpeper, Virginia scored a 100%.  Zero Donald Trump news was found using the Culpeper, Virginia search engine on its government website and also a commercial website promoting tourism.

In today’s grading of the Internet Culpeper, Virginia scored a 100% on these two very important websites.

These things make me very happy.

The citizens of this small town should be very happy and proud of their accomplishment. These commercial and government websites are controlled by responsible citizens and administrators working for the Government of the United States of America.

https://www.culpeperva.gov/
http://visitculpeperva.com/

It may be hard to believe but this is a trend happening across the United States of America and the World.
Todays Screenshots
SCREENSHOT NO. 1
SCREENSHOT NO. 2

Culpeper, Virginia is known as the small charming town and short drive from the Nations Capital and a nice getaway with plenty to see and do.

http://visitculpeperva.com/directory/see-and-do.aspx

Feel free to inspect the websites and enjoy surfing these Internet sites two of many available on today’s Internet whose search engines check out. Should a change status occur and bad news enters the search engine make sure to file a complaint directly with them and allow them to correct the intrusion or mistake.

Also Check out NOAA National Marine Sancturaies Blue Earth they scored 100% as well.  GO NOAA.

SCREENSHOT 3  

We still have a ways to go so if you still doubt in your new government, just make the trip to Washington D.C. and make an official appointment if your work in government or in the media and always make sure to pray before making any investigations.

Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America at the Interior

Washington D.C. July 28 2017   I wonder sometimes if we as humans have not faltered in our esteeming of men, especially these last years falling to traps and false news and profiles of the media over men such as Trump or Obama not ever seeing any breadth of true work deserving of a monument such as the likes of Thomas Jefferson.

The men that we do really esteem, the men whom we call our Founding Fathers is because their unswerving character in the founding of the nation that shines forth like a light bright light.

The meticulous preservation of their writings justify all the accolades and deserving of the title Mr. President,

This is one of the reasons we are going through the notes and writings of our founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson and getting into the minds of the men who once led this country during its greatest crisis, a war for its independence like no other,

Our revolutionary war and our civil war are by the far the most important wars our nation has suffered becuase they were faught on our own soil for the reasons that would unite a great nation that would in the future help to free our world in wars vital to human history, wars faught against the monsters of white supremacy.

As I review the letters and writings of Thomas Jefferson the man I cannot help at this point but to dig further into any reference of any importance that helps to better define the man other than Ossian’s poems of which I am now in academic pursuit of more elucidation as the current literature does little to satisfy my need for the character of Ossian apart from the writer and Irish poet who re-interpreted the writings during Jefferson’s life time.

These things are of importance for if a man is esteemed it is because of his character and the character of man or even a women is often defined by their writings, their works, their piety or devotion  and their love for literature.

So when reading the works of Thomas Jefferson how can one not allude to the speculation and investigation of Ossian’s poems, literature that Thomas Jefferson – one of our founding fathers – had a deep affection for.

On Ossian’s Poems, In Day 4 of our Journey through the life and times of Thomas Jefferson he writes:

Thomas Jefferson Feb. 25, 1773 Virga Mcpherson

To Chas. McPherson, Albemarle, in Virga Feb. 25, 1773 Dear Sir,

—Encouraged by the small acquaintance which I had the pleasure of having contracted with you during your residence in this country, I take the liberty of making the present application to you. I understood you were related to the gentleman of your name (Mr. James McPherson), to whom the world is so much indebted for the elegant collection, arrangement, and translation of Ossian’s poems.

These pieces have been and will, I think, during my life, continue to be to me the sources of daily pleasures.

The tender and the sublime emotions of the mind were never before so wrought up by the human hand.

I am not ashamed to own that I think this rude bard of the north (Ossian)  the greatest poet that has ever existed.

Merely for the pleasure of reading his works I am become desirous of learning the language in which he sung, and of possessing his songs in their original form.

Mr. McPherson, I think, informs us he is possessed of the originals. Indeed, a gentleman has lately told me he had seen them in print; but I am afraid he has mistaken a specimen from Temora, annexed to some of the editions of the translation, for the whole works. If they are printed, it will abridge my request and your trouble, to the sending me a printed copy; but if there be more such my petition is, that you would be so good as to use your interest with Mr. McPherson to obtain leave to take a manuscript copy of them, and procure it to be done.

I would choose it in a fair, round hand, on fine paper, with a good margin, bound in parchments as elegantly as possible, lettered on the back, and marbled or gilt on the edges of the leaves. I would not regard expense in doing this. I would further beg the favor of you to give me a catalogue of the books written in that language, and to send me such of them as may be necessary for learning it.

These will, of course, include a grammar and dictionary. The cost of these, as well as the copy of Ossian, will be (for me), on demand, answered by Mr. Alexander McCaul, sometime of Virginia, merchant, but now of Glasgow, or by your friend Mr. Ninian Minzees, of Richmond, in Virginia, to whose care the books may be sent.

You can, perhaps, tell me whether we may ever hope to see any more of those Celtic (language) pieces published. Manuscript copies of any which are in print, it would at any time give me the greatest happiness to receive.

The glow of one warm thought is to me worth more than money.

I hear with pleasure from your friend that your path through life is likely to be smoothed by success.

I wish the business and the pleasures of your situation would admit leisure now and then to scribble a line to one who wishes you every felicity, and would willingly merit the appellation of, dear sir, Your friend and humble servant.

Footnote reference:  INDO EUROPEAN LANGUAGE TREE

END

If not for the Piety of Thomas Jefferson and his reverence for God one might conclude him to be a pagan based on his love of Celtic and Gaelic myths and legends. But he was quite much more a man than his love for Ossian might define him.

Jefferson was a man who with George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and the Other signers of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution stood head and shoulders over other men that citizens would call a president and try to put in the same category or class  as our Founding Fathers.

And some of these presidents or just plain men, even killers – like some from these past 17 years –  were simple men that belonged to secret societies. These men, some of which even I esteemed, were order takers as opposed to being the leaders of a nation and one of them having drafted but a few memoirs and signing or framing nothing of legislative significance themselves or done anything significant in their lives to earn the title of president; while being in the greater company of men and women some of whom were resigned to work in the background others run completely out of government.

So as you read the history of your real founding Fathers consider what kind of men it took to do the impossible and help a nation still forming to break away from the worlds greatest military power of its day.

To do this it took real men of God and real men of faith who believed that men ought not to leave their fates in the hands of men they cannot see; or put their lives in the hands of a government government or legislative body and taxation they can no longer control.

With this I leave you to the reading of Ossian’s Poems.  I thought you might be curious.

Ossians Poems Translated from the ancient Gaelic by James Macphereson FREE PDF LITERACY Official Government of the United States of America

 Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Dominus dominorum est et rex regum et reginarum  nom de Plume JC Angelcraft author of the Nine Needs all Humans Have & Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America under Emergency Powers.
DAY 3 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
DAY 4 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
DAY 5 Writings of Thomas Jefferson –
DAY 6: Writings of Thomas Jefferson –

July 24 2017 Washington D.C.   The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and manuscripts in its collections.

The Library is the main research arm of the U.S. Congress and the home of the U.S. Copyright Office.

The Library preserves and provides access to a rich, diverse and enduring source of knowledge to inform, inspire and engage you in your intellectual and creative endeavors.

Whether you are new to the Library of Congress or an experienced researcher, we have a world-class staff ready to assist you online and in person.

I encourage you to visit the Library of Congress in person in Washington, D.C., explore the Library online from wherever you are and connect with us on social media.

Sincerely, Carla Hayden Librarian of Congress https://www.loc.gov/

“…in the event of a national catastrophe through which citizens must depend on the providence of God whom established the foundations of this world, it shall be determined by manifest destiny and confirmed in the citizenry who is best fit to lead the nation and the world from its crises and whom shall supervise the restructuring of world governments and will oversee world governments as led by Providence and confirmed  by miracles signs and wonders.… ”

U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001

The Department may be contacted by phone at the following:

  • Department Comment Line: 202-353-1555
  • Department of Justice Main Switchboard: 202-514-2000
  • TTY/ASCII/TDD: 800-877-8339

Inquiries from news organizations and other media may be directed and handled in person through the same address.

American Choral Music

The seventy-six works presented here are limited to a period beginning shortly after the Civil War and ending at 1922. The music selected reflects the diversity of choral music in the collections written during the later nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries and includes accompanied music, a cappella, sacred and secular music, and works for mixed choirs, for women’s and men’s ensembles, and for children’s choruses.

American Choral Music is a collaboration between the Library of Congress and the Choral Directors Association (ACDA). In 2007, the ACDA and the Library of Congress began a collaborative effort to create this Web site devoted to choral music that would present music in the public domain, available for users to download. The site serves to highlight the collections of sheet music in the Library of Congress and to advance and promote the performance of choral music.

Twenty-three composers’ works are represented, five of whom are women. Amy Marcy Cheney Beach (Mrs. H. H. A. Beach) was the first American woman to achieve widespread recognition as a composer. Mabel Wheeler Daniels composed The Desolate City, op. 21, among other significant works during her many stays as a Fellow at the MacDowell Colony. Margaret Ruthven Lang composed the song Ojalá,which brought her international attention at the Paris Exhibition of 1889. Gena Branscombe was a conductor and composer whose hymn Arms that have Sheltered Us was adopted by the Royal Canadian Navy in 1960. Patty Stair was a composer, organist and conductor.

Many of the composers represented here were from the Second New England School and were influential in music education as well as composition. George Whitefield Chadwick, often credited as the “dean of American Music,” reorganized the New England Conservatory.

Chadwick influenced Daniel Gregory Mason, a composer known for both orchestral works and song cycles is represented, as is Horatio William Parker.

Parker became dean of the School of Music at Yale; many of his manuscripts reside in the Music Division. Another member of the New England School was John Knowles Paine, the first professor of music at Harvard, and a composer who established the first music department at an American university. Amy Beach, Arthur Foote, and Edward MacDowell were also members of the Second New England School.

Also represented is Dudley Buck, an organist, conductor, and founding director of the Brooklyn Apollo Club’s male chorus, and Harvey Bartlett Gaul, a student of Dudley Buck. William W. Gilchrist founded the Mendelssohn Club. Peter C. Lutkin was a composer instrumental in support of a cappella singing, and a founder of the American Guild of Organists.

African-American music is represented with the compositions of R. Nathaniel DettWill Marion Cook, and Harry Burleigh. Other notable composers are Henry F. GilbertArthur B. Whiting and Septimus Winner.

About Choral Music at the Library of Congress

The works in this presentation were selected from a variety of sheet music collections and publishers in the Music Division of the Library of Congress. The majority of the compositions chosen by the American Choral Directors Association are from the A. P. Schmidt Company Archives, one of the most valuable resources for the study of American choral music.

This archive of music occupies a special place in the history of American music publishing. In 1958, the publisher Summy-Birchard bought out the Arthur P. Schmidt Company, and both principals agreed to donate the Schmidt papers to the Library of Congress. Included in the large deposit of business papers and financial records were numerous containers of music manuscripts, including many holographs, and printed sheet music.

The A. P. Schmidt Company Archives contains over 300 boxes of manuscripts and published choral music, including the music of Arthur Foote, George Whitefield Chadwick, Horatio Parker, and John Knowles Paine.

Because Schmidt championed the music of women, the collection is also rich in the holdings of holographs and sheet music of Amy Beach, Mabel Wheeler Daniels, Margaret Ruthven Lang, Florence Newell Barbour, Marion Bauer, Helen Hopekirk, Gena Branscomb, and Anna Pricella Rischer.

View a finding aid for the A. P. Schmidt collection

If you have specific questions, please Ask a Librarian

Dear citizens greetings and salutations on behalf of Mary of Maryland the White House Administration and all US Law Enforcement the Department of Justice and service branches of the new  USPHS the United States Public Health Service Department of Defense

Be ready and prepared at all times for people who would use the conspiracy of lies to brainwash you. Keep sober-minded.   Please do not drink and drive or play with fire or start mayhem for any reason.

Try to enjoy yourself every day at work at school or in your summer vacation and create something new every day working your mind and developing your talents and skills.

Remember to control your media and stay away from Trump/Obama gatherings and political things that pretend these men are in power.  Trump & Obama are not in power and are stumbling blocks and so is all their media, news and all political initiatives and legislative writings associated with them.

The men who control conspiracy of lies media daily change and are subject to the processes of justice.

Both Trump & Obama and other old names in US Politics are control points for enemies of the state foreign and domestic to get into your minds, hearts and pocket books so be careful and aware of all media and be assured that the justice processes are working on your behalf.

Call the White House if you have any questions.

Be blessed sober minded and honest every day.  Bless each other and and pray for your own peace of mind and ask for God’s blessing. This world is changing.

Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Dominus dominorum est et rex regum et reginarum  nom de Plume JC Angelcraft author of the Nine Needs all Humans Have

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