Thursday, November 15, 2012

During a google search, I found a document in a Bahamian file that dealt with an 1814 SALE OF AMERICAN REFUGEE SLAVES IN THE BAHAMAS!

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Thank you for your response and your interest in putting Benjamin Banneker's mural back on display in the museum dedicated to his achievements. My best contact on the status of the mural is George Fish, Maryland House project manager for the Maryland Transportation Authority.
George's phone number is 443-829-6727. His email address is
 He should be able to give you an idea of the status of the Banneker mural. Please keep me updated on your progress and I would be glad to assist you in any way.

Robert Register

google search for "colegio americano de" CULTURAL EXCHANGE,mod=0&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8#q=%22COLEGIO+AMERICANO+DE%22+CULTURAL+EXCHANGE&hl=en&tbo=d&ei=xYWeUMHsNs-10AHl9IDACA&start=20&sa=N&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&fp=7bb9b384f427c1da&bpcl=38093640&biw=1280&bih=677

This search includes links for the Colegio Americano de Quito

, Colegio Americano de Guayaquil
(found many Towson Connections with the Colegio Americano de Torreon), Colegio Americano de Torreon
, Colegio Americano de Puebla
, Colegio Americano de Guatemala
, Colegio Americano de Santa Domingo
, Colegio Americano de VeraCruz
, Colegio Americano de San Carlos

Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Bob Noble & the BLUE VOODOO BAND have given us a new appreciation for how medleys of Classic Rock & Electric Blues tunes can improve a rock show. The BLUE VOODOO BAND use medleys to get women on the dance floor & to keeping them dancing there. The band  does the usual Kid Rock/Sweet Home Alabama

Thursday, November 01, 2012

John R. Call
Phone: (410) 272-2317
John's Septic Service, 510 S. Stepney Road
518 S. Stepney Road & The Green of the 7th Hole

Here's a related interview Jas Obrecht did with Floyd Miles who played with Duane before he left Daytona

Here's another Jas Obrecht interview with Jim Shepley, Duane's oldest friend and someone who grew up with Bob Greenlee and Floyd Miles in Daytona. Obrecht illustrates the interview with a WTBC photo of Duane playing a Fender Telecaster in Ft. Brandon with Bill Connell playing drums in the background. Johnny Sandlin is also mentioned in the interview.