Main Directory - Comments http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172 she was my english teacher and what can i say? she she was my english teacher and what can i say? she`s the best teacher ever!... i really miss her classes... the second history was my history about crossing the river... god bless her (=^_^=)...


Omar Garibay
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http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2277 Tue, 04 Oct 11 20:50:44 -0400 Thank you for sharing i grew up in st james i will Thank you for sharing i grew up in st james i will never forget My grandmother anna m bowles, was a member of the church for most of her life. http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2206 Tue, 29 Nov 11 13:22:13 -0500 Ok you left Anna M Bowles out because she attended Ok you left Anna M Bowles out because she attended with alice dorsey im the grandaughter of anna. http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2211 Sun, 11 Dec 11 14:26:23 -0500 What a great story! What a great story! http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2280 Wed, 09 May 12 16:22:50 -0400 Great story! Great story! http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2282 Mon, 14 May 12 09:35:04 -0400 Wonderful! What a great addition to the treasure t Wonderful! What a great addition to the treasure trove that is the Sound & Story project! http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2316 Tue, 11 Sep 12 14:03:40 -0400 Listening to Mr. Milster's wonderful acoustic scra Listening to Mr. Milster's wonderful acoustic scrapbook reminds us of the difference between sight and sound (other than the obvious). We look at an old photograph, and we have a window to peek into the world of long ago. It is true of scenes from the Civil War, our grandparents and our younger selves. What listening to a recording of long ago events do is put you there! We step inside the window and remember. The experience is intense. The sound of a steamship places you on deck with the mist and smell of the sea already there. The sound of a small child - now all grown up -brings back those days as if truly relived. I commend Mr. Milster for his remarkable collection. Ray PHillips, Kent Lakes, New York rayephillips@cs.com http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2328 Mon, 24 Dec 12 11:37:18 -0500 great story great story http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2333 Wed, 30 Jan 13 09:17:42 -0500 Ed's bluestone bridge story appears in Alf Ever's Ed's bluestone bridge story appears in Alf Ever's WOODSTOCK book.

I have attemplted to place the Wall Street bluestone wagon route; https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=904179949597092&set=gm.729957650396457&type=1&theater
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It should be noted thatt he Ulster County blueston It should be noted thatt he Ulster County bluestone is different from all the rest, owing to it's popularity. From what I have seen-it's a darker blue and the grains are much smaller. What you cannot see is it's chemistry-it holds together much better than other bluestones.
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One of two bluestone docks in Saugerties. One of two bluestone docks in Saugerties. https://www.facebook.com/ILSaugerties/photos/pb.276607299084146.-2207520000.1427744111./786453284766209/?type=3&theater http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2414 Mon, 30 Mar 15 15:35:54 -0400 https://www.facebook.com/ILSaugerties/photos/pb.27 https://www.facebook.com/ILSaugerties/photos/pb.276607299084146.-2207520000.1427744173./762640970480774/?type=3&theater http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2415 Mon, 30 Mar 15 15:36:48 -0400 Lathe turned carraige step. https://www.facebook Lathe turned carraige step. https://www.facebook.com/ILSaugerties/photos/a.276622835749259.65097.276607299084146/469606209784253/?type=1 http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2416 Mon, 30 Mar 15 15:40:15 -0400 VERY large bluestone slab being pulled through the VERY large bluestone slab being pulled through the streets of Kingston. Photo courtesy of Jack Matthews. https://www.facebook.com/ILSaugerties/photos/pb.276607299084146.-2207520000.1427744448./438548976223310/?type=3&theater http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2417 Mon, 30 Mar 15 15:41:52 -0400 Bluestone was turned and planed...somewhat like wo Bluestone was turned and planed...somewhat like wood. It was used for many applications like road stones, crosswalks, curb stones, steps, linted, dog bowls, water troughs, statues and even hitching posts. We have several left in Saugerties. https://www.facebook.com/ILSaugerties/photos/pb.276607299084146.-2207520000.1427744567./372698389475036/?type=3&theater http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2418 Mon, 30 Mar 15 15:44:55 -0400 ....AND gutter 'leaders' as well.<br><br><br>https ....AND gutter 'leaders' as well.


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The two long thin slabs of bluestone are in at the The two long thin slabs of bluestone are in at the Hudson River Maritime Museum. The grooves were cut by wagon wheels with the same tread and width. There is a smaller stone with a cross-I have been told that it was a filler stone that was turned 90 degress when the groove was about to cut the stone in half. Longer stones with a cross in them may have been stones at the intersection of two stone roads. The stone roads were laid by the quarry owners to keep their loaded wagons from sinking in the mud. Other bluestone road stones can be seen at the Senate House Museum, Hurley Heritage House, the Key Bank in Hurley and Seamons Park in Saugerties-and elsewhere. http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2420 Mon, 30 Mar 15 15:51:06 -0400 Tom Paxton also sang at the Cafe Espresso. Tom Paxton also sang at the Cafe Espresso. http://www.soundandstory.org/?site_id=550&page_id=106172#comm2443 Thu, 11 Aug 16 15:47:22 -0400