Frances Densmore, US anthropologist
Frances Densmore (left, 1867-1957), US ethnologist, using a phonograph (left) to record the voice and stories of Mountain Chief, a Native American from the Piegan tribe. Densmore's speciality was ethnomusicology, recording the sounds and use of music in Native American culture in the early years of the 20th century. The Piegan tribe are part of the Blackfoot Confederacy of tribes, and live in Montana, USA. Photographed in 1916.
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Steam locomotive Josiah Wedgwood at Cheddletom
The steam locomotive Josiah Wedgwood, which pulled the first preservation trains at the Cheddleton Railway Centre, Staffordshire. This was to develop into what is now the Churnet Valley Railway. Rescued from the nearby Wolstanton Colliery at Newcastle-under-Lyme, the locomotive was restored on site at Cheddleton by the early volunteers of the North Staffordshire Railway Company who named it 'Josiah Wedgwood' after the local potter. The Times Date: 1986
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Building of the rectory No. 141, protected monument, Mikulovice, Znojmo district, South Moravia region, Czech Republic, Europe
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