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"Chautauqua Stories" AUDIO Series

 "Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series"
2013 ... 2012 ... 2011 ... 2010
2014
AUDIO Links 2014 Season Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series and Bird, Tree & Garden Annual Meeting

June 24, 2014 Week One: "The History of Rock 'n Roll at Chautauqua" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS400612

June 27, 2014 Week One: "Hymns along the Brick Walk: Singing the faith in our denominational houses" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series https://archive.org/details/WS400619

July 1, 2014 Week Two: "From Moon Farming to Satellite Farming: How agriculture has changed to feed a hungry planet" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series https://archive.org/details/WS400622

July 11, 2014 Week Three: "Thomas Edison and the Transformation of Technological Innovation" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS400629

July 15, 2014 Week Four: "Faces of Egypt" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS400634

July 18, 2014 Week Four: "Mummies: Using modern technology to study ancient bodies" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS400638

July 22, 2014 Week Five: "Teddy Roosevelt Returns to Chautauqua" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS400642

July 25, 2014 Week Five: "Go East, Young Man: How the American West Shaped Urban America" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS400646

July 26, 2014 Week Five: "Two Rough Riders: The enigmatic relationship between Buffalo Bill and Theodore Roosevelt" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series https://archive.org/details/WS400649

July 29, 2014 Week Six: "The Suffrage Debate at Chautauqua, 1892: A re-enactment" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS400653

August 1, 2014 Week Six: "Creation and Recreation: Science (and religion and art) at Chautauqua" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS400657

August 5, 2014 Week Seven: "Recovering the Diaries of Alfred Rosenberg" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS4006

August 8, 2014 Week Seven: "Norton: The Opera" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS400663

August 12, 2014 Week Eight: "Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS400672

August 15, 2014 Week Eight: "Chautauqua Amphitheater: Place and memory" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series
https://archive.org/details/WS400675

August 19, 2014 Week Nine: "Infectious Disaster: The 1833 cholera epidemic with implications for our global health today" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series  https://archive.org/details/WS400678

August 22, 2014 Week Nine: "Five More Giants of Chautauqua" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series 
https://archive.org/details/WS400683

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August 1, 2014 "Mysteries of Smith-Wilkes Hall: 90 year celebration" by Jon Schmitz, CI Archivist - Chautauqua Bird, Tree and Garden Club Annual Luncheon Meeting, Athenaeum Hotel https://archive.org/details/WS400655


2013

June 25, 2013 Week One - "Discovering George Eastman: A Kodak moment" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

June 28, 2013 Week One - "Chautauqua Caught on Film" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

July 2, 2013 Week Two - "Hymns Dead or Alive? The power of the Spirit" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

July 5, 2013 Week Two - "Don't Give Up the Ship!: Recounting the Battle of Lake Erie 200 years later" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

July 12, 2013 Week Three - "Jane Addams" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

July 19, 2013 Week Four - "Democracy in the Making: The Open Forum Lecture Movement" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

July 23, 2013 Week Five (Fourth Annual "Buffalo Day @ Chautauqua") The PBS Documentary: Chautauqua, an American Narrative - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

July 26, 2013 Week Five - "Putting CULTURE into AgriCULTURE: The influence of the traveling chautauquas on the American farmer" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

July 30, 2013 Week Six - "The Sherman-Davis Murders: First unsolved murder in Chautauqua County" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

August 2, 2013 Week Six - "Ben-Hur in American Culture" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

August 6, 2013 Week Seven - "Gettysburg" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

August 9, 2013 Week Seven - "Making Woman's History: Chautauqua and the local Suffrage Movement" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

August 13, 2013 Week Eight - "The Chautauqua Movement: Its origins and rise" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

August 16, 2013 Week Eight - "The Chautauqua Movement: Its demise and resurgence" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

August 20, 2013 Week Nine - "Historical Perspectives on Jehovah's Witnesses' Refusal of Blood Transfusion" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series

August 23, 2013 Week Nine - "Five More Giants of Chautauqua" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series



2012

WEEK ONE

June 26, 2012 - The Athenaeum at Cayala, Guatemala: Precedent and Symbol in the Making of a New Civic Building - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Presentation By Richard Economakis, associate professor of architecture, University of Notre Dame

June 29, 2012 - Chautauqua in Literature - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture By Bijou Miller

WEEK TWO

July 3, 2012 - John Winthrop and Roger Williams: Competing Visions of Church and State in America - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Charles Haynes

July 6, 2012 - When the White House Moved to Chautauqua: President Clinton's Stay in the Athenaeum - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Presentation ByEd Evans, journalist and historian - Not permitted to record.

WEEK THREE

July 10, 2012 - 3rd Annual "Buffalo Day @ Chautauqua" - War of 1812 - WNED Screening, Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture - Hall of Christ

July 13, 2012 - History of the Sacred Song Service - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Marlie Bendiksen and Jared Jacobsen

WEEK FOUR

July 17, 2012 - Preservation Talk I - Preservation Through Rehabilitation: The Chautauqua Amphitheater - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Charlie Heinz, former vice president of community and planning, Chautauqua Institution  

July 20, 2012 - Preservation Talk II - Keeping the Grounds - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Ryan Kiblin, supervisor of gardening and landscape, Chautauqua Institution  

WEEK FIVE

July 24, 2012 - Unity in Diversity: Chautauqua and the Immigration Question in 1920s America - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Jon Schmitz , CHautauqua Institution Archivist  

July 27, 2012 - In the Shadows of War: Chautauqua Region and the War of 1812 - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Traci Langworthy, assistant professor of history, Jamestown Community College  

WEEK SIX

July 31, 2012 - Preservation Talk III - Preservation Through Conservation: Managing storm water to save the lake - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Doug Conroe, director of operations, With an introduction by Jon Schmitz, archivist and historian, on Chautauqua Lake in history

August 3, 2012 - Suffer the Little Children: How Boys' Corn Clubs and Girls' Tomato Clubs Changed Rural America! - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Gary Moore, University of North Carolina State and president, Association of Career and Technical Education
http://archive.org/details/August32012-sufferTheLittleChildrenHowBoysCornClubsAnd

WEEK SEVEN

August 7, 2012 - The Titanic Disaster - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Steve Piper and Julie Hedgepeth Williams, author of A Rare Titanic Family

August 10, 2012 - The Great Seal of the United States; Its History and Symbols - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Priscilla R. Lynn, senior curator, U.S. Diplomacy Center, Department of State

WEEK EIGHT

August 14, 2012 - Radicals at Chautauqua - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Jon Schmitz, archivist and historian

August 17, 2012 - Atheism at Chautauqua - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Jon Schmitz, archivist and historian

WEEK NINE

August 21, 2012 - Grant at West Point: "Much of the Time, I am Sorry to Say, was Devoted to Novels" - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture by Ronald C. White, author of A. Lincoln: A Biography - Not permitted to record.

August 24, 2012 - Five More Giants of Chautauqua: Jack Voelker, Doc Sharpe, Kate Kimball, James Powers, & Mickey Murray - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lectures by Gwen Papania, Joan L. Trefts, Mary Lee Talbot, Mark Powers, & Bruce Stanton


These Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series recordings, from audience level, are part of the C-SAAHN "Chautauqua Stories" AUDIO Series: created by The Center for the Study of Art, Architecture, History & Nature (C-SAAHN)

---By Dennis Galucki, Founder & Coordinator, C-SAAHN

The Center for the Study of Art, Architecture, History, & Nature Fund at the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo was proud to help support The Archives at Chautauqua 2012 Heritage Lecture Series.


2011

"CHAUTAUQWHAT? AN OVERVIEW OF CHAUTAUQUA'S HISTORY," Presentation by Jon Schmitz - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series, June 28, 2011

"THE HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF THE OUTHOUSE," Presentation by Gary Moore," Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series, July 1, 2011

"THE ROYAL VISIT BEFORE THE KING'S SPEECH," Presentation by David Cope - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series, July 5, 2011

"I HATE WAR! THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF FDR'S SPEECH IN THE AMPHITHEATER" - Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture Series, July 8, 2011
http://www.archive.org/details/iHateWarThe75thAnniversaryOfFdrsSpeechInTheAmphitheater

"ETHAN ALLEN: LIFE AND TIMES" Presentation by Willard Sterne Randall, Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, July 12, 2011
http://www.archive.org/details/ethanAllenLifeAndTimesPresentationByWillardSterneRandall

"THIS DANCE THAT WE DO: HYMNS WE WERE SINGING IN 1931" Presentation by Jared Jacobsen and Marlie Bendiksen, Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, July 19, 2011
http://www.archive.org/details/thisDanceThatWeDoHymsWeWereSingingIn1931PresentationByJared

"CHAUTAUQUA BANNERS, MOSAICS, POSTCARDS AND CARTOONS" Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, July 22, 2011
http://www.archive.org/details/chautauquaBannersMosaicsPostcardsAndCartoonsChautauquaArchives

"LESSONS FROM THE WOMEN'S LAND ARMY," Presentation by Elaine Weiss - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, July 26, 2011

"TRUE TALES, TALL TALES, TRIVIA AND TRADITIONS," Presentation by Jon Schmitz - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, July 29, 2011

100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE MILLER BELL TOWER - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, August 2, 2011

100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE MILLER MEMORIAL: BELL TOWER - CHIMES - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, August 2, 2011

"THE TEMPLE THAT WON'T QUIT: CONSTRUCTING SACRED SPACE IN ORLANDO'S HOLY LAND EXPERIENCE THEME PARK" - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, August 5, 2011

"WORDS THAT SPARKED A REVOLUTION," Presentation by Robert Bullock - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, August 9, 2011

SCREENING OF PBS DOCUMENTARY "ELBERT HUBBARD - AN AMERICAN ORIGINAL" - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, August 16, 2011

"CREATION AND RECREATION: SCIENCE AND THE SABBATH AT CHAUTAUQUA" - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, August 19, 2011

"WAR OF WORDS: THE SLAVERY DEBATE" - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, August 23, 2011

"FIVE MORE GIANTS OF CHAUTAUQUA" - Chautauqua Archives Heritage Lecture Series, August 26, 2011


2010

Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture, August 27, 2010, FIVE MORE GIANTS OF CHAUTAUQUA

Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture, August 24, 2010, Greg Peterson, President and founder of the Robert H. Jackson Center and E. Barrett Prettyman Jr.

Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture, August 17, 2010, Jared Jacobsen, Institution Organist and Marlie Bendiksen, Archives research assistant

Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture, August 13, 2010, Joan R. Branham, Professor of Art History at Providence College

Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture, August 10, 2010, Amy Freitag, Program Director USA for the World Monuments Fund & Jon Schmitz, Institution Archivist and Historian

Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture, August 6, 2010, Jon Schmitz, Institution Archivist and Historian

Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture, July 30, 2010, Danielle Trusso, Archives Project Assistant

Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture, July 23, 2010, Jon Schmitz, Institution Archivist and Historian

Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture, July 20, 2010, Subagh Singh Khalsa, Chautauquan and traveler

Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture, July16, 2010, Robert Bullock, Pres. NYState Archives Partnership Trust

Chautauqua Institution Archives Heritage Lecture, July16, 2010, Robert Bullock. Pres. NYState Archives Partnership Trust, (Part II)

This recording is part of the C-SAAHN "Chautauqua Story" AUDIO Series
created by The Center for the Study of Art, Architecture, History & Nature
as part of the "Buffalo-Chautauqua Idea."
By Dennis Galucki, Founder & Coordinator, C-SAAHN


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