Baptism Ceremony of African American converts,United States HD Stock Footage



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Baptism Ceremony of African American converts,United States

African American woman candidate is docked in water by African American priest and three other Nego helpers during a baptism ceremony of African American converts. African American men and women sing and praise at bank of the river. Location: Montgomery Alabama. Date: August 29, 1934.

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Federal Hall | Wall Street | New York Stock Exchange | the Trump Building | trinity church | Bull



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رحلتي الى نيويورك، منهاتن، تايمز سكوير، يونيون سكوير، واشنطون سكوير،
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FFA Alumni Pull 2014: 9,500 lb Farm Stock Tractors | Cynthiana, KY | Let’s Go Pulling



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April 19, 2014
2014 Harrison County FFA Alumni Pull

Finishing Order:
1. Trystan Heightchew – John Deere 4250
2. Cody Heightchew – John Deere 4250
3. Josh Eubank – 8000 Ford
4. Stacy Skinner – Ford
5. John Fischer – Milk Money

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SDA Church Invested in Santa Claus. GC Stock Market Gambling. Hacksaw Ridge Golden Globe



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“The Lord has given me instruction that at the meetings I would attend I would find men encouraging our people to invest their money to work mines. I am bidden to say that this is a device of the enemy to consume or to tie up means that is greatly needed to carry on the work of God. IT IS A SNARE OF THE LAST DAYS, to involve God’s people in loss of their Lord’s entrusted capital, THAT SHOULD BE USED WISELY IN THE WORK OF WINNING SOULS. Because so much money is invested in these very uncertain enterprises, the work of God is sadly crippled for lack of the talent that will win souls to Christ…. “My brother, will you make an investment to secure the heavenly pearl of great price? … This is mining stock, in which you may invest WITHOUT RUNNING A RISK OF DISAPPOINTMENT.” – CS 243

Stock Footage: Columbus Ohio 1950s



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Readers Digest conducts market research on the effective use of advertising. in Columbus, Ohio. Columbus establishing shots 1950s. Ext Ohio State House. Ohio State University football. Pedestrians on street. Suburban houses. Man interviewing people on street. Nuclear plant. Ext State Farm Insurance Company, interview. Ext Lenox Industries building, interview. Supermarket, shopping in store, interview. Ext Ford auto dealership NX, interview. Ext apartment building, interview. CU Readers Digest. Interviews. Ohio State University campus. Interview.

Rodeo Shot 9 – Rodeo – Cowboy – Bull Riding – Bucking Bull – Best Shot Footage – Stock Footage



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Various Footage of Rodeo; Bull Riders: Cowboys in a Bull Riding Competition, Bucking Bull. Bull riding refers to rodeo sports that involve a rider getting on a large bull and attempting to stay mounted while the animal attempts to buck off the rider. In the American tradition the rider must stay atop the bucking bull for eight seconds. The rider tightly fastens one hand to the bull with a long braided rope. It is a risky sport and has been called “the most dangerous eight seconds in sports.” Outside of the USA, bull riding traditions with varying rules and histories also exist in Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, New Zealand and Australia. This article only describes the American tradition. Rodeo is a sport which arose out of the working practices of cattle herding in Spain, Mexico, and later the United States, Canada, South America and Australia. It was based on the skills required of the working vaqueros and later, cowboys, in what today is the western United States, western Canada, and northern Mexico. Today it is a sporting event that consists of events that involve horses and other livestock, designed to test the skill and speed of the human cowboy and cowgirl athletes who participate. Professional rodeos generally comprise the following events: Tie-down roping, Team Roping, Steer wrestling, Saddle bronc riding, Bareback Bronc-Riding, Bull riding and Barrel racing. The events are divided into two basic categories: the rough stock events and the timed events. Depending on sanctioning organization and region, other events such as breakaway roping, goat tying, or pole bending may also be a part of some rodeos. Rodeo, particularly popular today within the Canadian province of Alberta and throughout the western United States, is the official state sport of Wyoming, South Dakota, and Texas. The iconic silhouette image of a “Bucking Horse and Rider” is a federal and state-registered trademark of the State of Wyoming. The Legislative Assembly of Alberta has considered making rodeo the official sport of that province; however, enabling legislation has yet to be passed. In North America, professional rodeos are governed and sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA), while other associations govern children’s, high school, collegiate, and senior rodeos. Associations also exist for Native Americans and other minority groups. The traditional season for competitive rodeo runs from spring through fall, while the modern professional rodeo circuit runs longer, and concludes with the PRCA National Finals Rodeo (NFR) in Las Vegas, Nevada, now held in December.

HD Historic Stock Footage – CIVIL RIGHTS MARCH SELMA ALABAMA 1965



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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., leads Civil Rights marchers on a journey to reach Montgomery, the Capitol of Alabama. Brown Chapel A.M.E Church becomes the headquarters for the black drive for the right to vote. It is from here Martin Luther King leads the marchers on a march intended to reach Montgomery, the Capitol of Alabama. After crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge the marchers were confronted by a cordon of police and told to turn back.

After several tense minutes Dr. King requested a moment to pray which was granted. After kneeling prayer, the marchers rose and marched back toward Selma, Alabama. This was a turning point in the civil rights movement Twice before the civil rights marchers have been turned back in their quest to march from Selma, Alabama to Montgomery, Alabama the Capitol of Alabama. Now they march under a court order with the protection of Federalized National Guard Units and regular Army units. Martin Luther King, leader of the civil rights movement, leads this historic, and for the most part, peaceful march for the right to vote and end racial discrimination.

President Lyndon B. Johnson addresses a joint session of Congress to push a voting rights bill aimed at ending discrimination. Civil rights leaders including Sisters Of Mercy lead a march through Harlem. Civil rights leaders including Sisters Of Mercy lead civil rights march through Harlem. Marchers carry We March With Selma Sign and We Shall Overcome sign. Integration, racial strife, racial discrimination, civil rights for blacks, civil rights marchers, African Americans, right to vote march, civil rights movement.

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Stock Footage – Malcolm X Giving Speech About Self Defense and Birmingham Church Bombing



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Jewish demonstration against Adolf Hitler in Chicago, Illinois HD Stock Footage



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Jewish demonstration against Adolf Hitler in Chicago, Illinois

In Chicago,Illinois, Jews protest against Adolf Hitler and the rise of militarism in Germany. Houses and buildings along the sides of the street. Large crowd demonstrates against the Nazi party and Adolf Hitler. They carry signs and banners. An automobile with a large sign mounted on it, reading: “Join Jewish protest demonstration against Hitlerism, starts today at Roosevelt and Ashland”. Location: Chicago Illinois. Date: 1933.

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Troops guard civil rights marchers in the Freedom March in Montgomery, Alabama. HD Stock Footage



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Troops guard civil rights marchers in the Freedom March in Montgomery, Alabama.

View of the Freedom March from Selma to Montgomery in Alabama, United States. Marchers march under a Federal Court Order and with the protection of the federalized National Guard units and regular troops. Civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King addressing the 3200 marchers before it starts. View of the marchers walking on the Edmund Pettus Bridge. Dr. King and fellow leaders marching with the crowd. Group setting up camp on grounds of an African American farmer near New Sister Springs Baptist Church. A helicopter circles overhead. Location: Selma Alabama. Date: March 22, 1965.

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HD Historic Archival Stock Footage Alabama 1937 – Heart Of The Confederacy



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Alabama 1937 – Heart Of The Confederacy
High angle shot of downtown street scene of Montgomery Alabama 1937. Several views of Alabama’s State Capitol building in Montgomery. Shows the Confederate Memorial Monument on north side of Capitol Hill. Image of southern gentleman of the confederacy (south) and southern belle (lady). Shows the six pointed brass star on the portico of Alabama’s State Capitol building where Jefferson Davis took his oath of office as first President of the Confederacy in 1861. Shows the Confederate “White House” where Mr and Mrs Davis lived until the Confederacy Capitol was shifted to Richmond Virginia. Southern gentleman of the south pose with a group of southern ladies. Shows southern lady fashions of the 1800’s, southern belle fashions. Looking down Dexter Ave is a public square found in many older American communities. Shows the fountain at Court Square in Montgomery, Alabama, with the Exchange Hotel in BG. Shows New Exchange Hotel in 1937. Scenes of the Union Stock Yards in Montgomery. Shows cattle entering and swimming through a “cattle dip vat”. Large, adult female pig called a sow pig with nursing baby pigs or piglets.

Shows CCC workers (Civilian Conservation Corps) building a shelter (structure) in Chickasaw State Park in Marengo County. CCC workers in Valley Creek State Park in Perry County, Alabama. Auburn Alabama in the 1930’s, street scene of Auburn and scenes of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University). College students driving in motor cars of that era. College students in a 1920’s open touring automobile (car) with Alpha Tau Omega fraternity symbol and other writing on side of car. Footage of man and women riding a “bicycle built for two” dressed in 1890’s fashion, CU of couple on bicycle built for 2. Shows dog performing tricks, ringing bell to be fed, answering a telephone, and riding a velocipede (tricycle). Shows artist painting a scene in Chewacla State Park in Auburn Alabama. People riding horses on bridle trail. People riding bicycles on “bicycle trail” in state park. Scenes of Wright’s Mill area in Chewacla State Park. Scenes of CCC workers building a dam in a state park. Shows Reserve Officers Training Corp unit at Alabama Polytechnic Institute in 1937. Female students at Alabama Polytechnic Institute feeding chickens and posing for pictures.

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A Chaplain conducts a mass aboard a transport ship underway in the Pacific Ocean …HD Stock Footage



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A Chaplain conducts a mass aboard a transport ship underway in the Pacific Ocean before the invasion of Iwo Jima, Japan.

Invasion of Iwo Jima in Japan by United States during World War II. A Chaplain conducts a communion aboard a United States attack transport ship underway in the Pacific Ocean. Marines kneeled down as Chaplain gives Eucharist to them. LCPR (Landing Craft, Personnel, Ramped) underway at sea. LCPR comes alongside the attack transport with several men aboard it. Men climb up the Jacob’s ladder as they come aboard the ship. A Marine being helped as he comes aboard the transport ship. A man waves signal flag from an attack transport. Location: Pacific Ocean. Date: February 18, 1945.

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