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Evolution of The Oil Industry, 1960s- Part 1 of 3
The history of the petroleum industry from the earliest discovery of oil through a natural oil seep and its burning properties, early medicinal theories, to the beginning of the oil industry with primitive drilling techniques to the modern oil industry and the true power of refined crude. Part 1 - 00:00:46;10 Early man using manpower to äóìplowäó or dig furrows in a field. Image of an old water wheel. 00:01:20;10 A natural äóìoil seepäó of crude oil (petroleum seep). Primitive water drilling device (primitive drill rig). Early traveling medicine show or snake oil. ,00:02:38;01 ,History of lamps. Lamp burning whale oil. First oil burning lamp invented in 1850. 00:03:17;05 First commercial oil well drilled in the United States. In 1859 Edwin L. Drake constructed an oil derrick on Oil Creek near Titusville, Pennsylvania and drilled a 69-foot oil well for Seneca oil Company using a steam engine as a source of power. Primitive, early steam engine. Early primitive oil drill rig. 00:07:06;08 Wagon loaded with barrels of oil on way to nearest shipping point. Early oil pipeline being laid to move oil to shipping point. Early oil refinery or still. 00:08:31;08 Man reading by the light of a vintage oil burning lamp. 00:08:56;06 Early automobiles. Horseless carriage spooking the horses. Image of a model T Ford. Head on shot of Model T Ford automobile. CU image of early automobile engine. Head on shot of horseless carriage. Various shots of early automobiles. 00:09:54;07 Oil drilling rigs on land, oil well pumps, and refineries. 00:10:37;00 Animation scenes is used to illustrate the transformation of tiny organisms into oil and gas from enormous heat and pressure of the earth. 00:11:45;02 Methods used by oil Geologist to locate deposits of oil are described. A 1950s commercial helicopter. A Marsh Buggy or Swamp Buggy.
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Pennsylvania Folk Festival in Lewisburg in late July and early August, 1936
JOHN EDWARDS CAMPAIGN EVENT
[SENECA, SC USA] JOHN EDWARDS CAMPAIGN EVENT IN SENECA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
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INAUGURATING THE NATIONAL AMERICAN INDIAN MEMORIAL
Dedication of memorial to lives lost on U.S. Coast Guard Cutters Tampa and Seneca, in 1918
U.S. Coast Guardsmen parade in dress whites, at pier in Gibralter harbor, and assemble in formation for ceremony to dedicate a memorial. The Coast Guard Ensign hangs over, and hides a memorial plaque on wall of building. Participants include British and American officers and British and American civilian officials, several dressed formally, with top hats. A number of ladies are seated for the event. After brief invocation by clergyman, A British military brass band plays, Coast guardsmen, with rifles, present arms, and the Coast Guard ensign is removed, unveiling the memorial plaque. The plaque honors those lost when the Cutter Tampa was torpedoed by an enemy submarine, in Bristol Channel, on September 26, 1918, with loss of all 115 souls on board. It also honors 11 officers and men of the Cutter Seneca, who volunteered, and were lost attempting to salvage the torpedoed British Steamer, Wellington, in the Bay of Biscay, September 17, 1918. The American flag is displayed above the new plaque, and Coast Guard officers place four wreaths at the base of the memorial. . Location: Gibraltar United Kingdom. Date: August 4, 1934.
Hillary's Visit (07/16/1998)
At a speech earlier this morning in Seneca Falls, New York...The 150th anniversary of a women's rights convention -- Hillary Rodham Clinton commemorated what she calls ``the shout heard round the world.'' Mrs. Clinton recalled the names of suffragists like Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- along with such unknowns as 15-year-old Susan Quinn, the youngest woman to sign the women's declaration. This stop ends a four-day tour of historic sites in the Northeast that need preservation. Several of them are dedicated to women.
SENECA HILL DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL
Exterior and interior shots of Seneca Hill Drive public school in Toronto, Canada.
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Seneca Rocks in West Virginia
Seneca Rocks is a visually striking razorback rock formation composed of quartzite and rising 270 meters over the surrounding terrain in West Virginia. The rock is composed of fine grains of sand that were laid down 440 million years ago and compressed at the edge of an ancient ocean. The rock was then uplifted and folded as a result of tectonic forces. Millions of years of erosion has given it its chiseled appearance today, unique in the eastern U.S.
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C/U FLAG "WEST SENECA EAST" . HUNDREDS OF KIDS ARE ALL TOGETHER READING OUT LOUD FROM BOOKS AND NOTES
Seneca College Fashion Resource Center
Curator Claire Becker works at her Fashion Resource Center at Seneca College and its collection of vintage clothing with scenes of celebrities like Cher and Diana Ross wearing signature styles of the 1960s and 70s. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
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UNIVERSAL NEWSREEL 1938, 1
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt speaks about the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (ratified on August 18, 1920)
Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt speaks after ratification of the 19th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, giving women the right to vote. She is seated in a chair in an office or library and reads from a prepared script. She traces the roots of the struggle, for the rights of women in America, back to an 1848 convention in Seneca Falls, New York. She notes that grievances related to woman suffrage were the same in number as grievances enumerated by male colonists in America against the British crown. She notes that that it took George Washington 6 years to resolve those grievances via war. But it took 72 years for women to resolve their suffrage grievances via the law. Location: United States USA. Date: August 26, 1920.
JOHN EDWARDS CAMPAIGN EVENT
[SENECA, SC USA] JOHN EDWARDS CAMPAIGN EVENT IN SENECA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
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DAYTIME NYPD POLICE INVESTIGATION, FDNY AMBULANCE ON SCENE, QUEENS DISTRICT ATTORNEY RICHARD BROWN, INDUSTRIAL AREA, EMERGENCY SERVICES -STREET SIGN: FLUSHING AVE AND SENECA AVE, RIDGEWOOD QUEENS
Seneca Rocks in West Virginia
Seneca Rocks is a visually striking razorback rock formation composed of quartzite and rising 270 meters over the surrounding terrain in West Virginia. The rock is composed of fine grains of sand that were laid down 440 million years ago and compressed at the edge of an ancient ocean. The rock was then uplifted and folded as a result of tectonic forces. Millions of years of erosion has given it its chiseled appearance today, unique in the eastern U.S.
NATIVE AMERICAN CASINO (09/25/1995)
A NATIVE-AMERICAN TRIBE FROM OKLAHOMA HAS ANNOUNCED PLANS TO OPEN THE FIRST INDIAN-OWNED CASINO IN THE STATE OF MISSOURI. OFFICIALS WITH THE EASTERN SHAWNEE TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA SAID IT HAS ACQUIRED LAND IN SENECA WHICH IS ON THE OKLAHOMA BORDER IN EXTREME SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI. CASINO-TYPE GAMES ARE ILLEGAL IN OKLAHOMA. PLANS CALL FOR A FACILITY COVERING 26-THOUSAND SQUARE FEET. THE CASINO WOULD PROBABLY BE MISSOURI'S FIRST AND ONLY NATIVE AMERICAN OWNED GAMBLING ESTABLISHMENT BECAUSE MOST TRIBES WOULD NEED THE STATE'S PERMISSION TO OPEN A CASINO. BUT THE EASTERN SHAWNEE TRIBE DOES NOT NEED STATE APPROVAL BECAUSE ITS NEWLY ACQUIRED PROPERTY IN MISSOURI IS BASICALLY AN EXTENSION OF ITS RESERVATION LAND IN OKLAHOMA. TRIBE OFFICIALS ESTIMATE THE CASINO WOULD BRING ABOUT 36-MILLION DOLLARS TO THE LOCAL ECONOMY, CREATING ABOUT 200-TO-400 JOBS. THE CASINO COULD BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS BY DECEMBER OF 1996.
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""The Neighbor Next Door"" premieres in Niagara Falls, NY, and Niagara Falls, ON
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News Clip: Ralph Macchio
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
RUNAWAY BULLDOZER SMASHES 16 CARS (1994)
A RUNAWAY BULLDOZER CRUNCHED 16 CARS AT A SUBURBAN BUFFALO CAR DEALERSHIP...CAUSING THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN DAMAGE. AUTHORITIES SAY SOMEONE STARTED UP A CATERPILLAR BULLDOZER, POINTED IT AT THE CAR DEALERSHIP, JUMPED OFF AND LET IT RIP THROUGH THE LOT. THE DOZER RAN OVER A LINE OF CARS, CLIMBING ON TOP OF THEM, CRUNCHING THEM FLAT AND RIPPING OFF THEIR BACK ENDS. TWO OF THE DESTROYED CARS HAD JUST BEEN PURCHASED BY A FATHER AND SON AN HOUR BEFORE. A 32-THOUSAND DOLLAR OLDSMOBILE-98 FRESH FROM THE FACTORY WAS SMASHED INTO A THREE-FOOT-HIGH PIECE OF JUNK. THE RUNAWAY BULLDOZER NEARLY SMASHED INTO A NEARBY BLOCKBUSTER VIDEO STORE.
Madrid University students attend speeches and burn an American flag during demonstration against U.S. actions in Vietnam
Anti-American rally in Madrid, Spain during the Vietnam War. View of the Complutense University of Madrid (Universidad Complutense de Madrid Avda. de Seneca, 2 Ciudad Universitaria 28040 MADRID). Students make posters and leaflets during demonstration against U.S. action. A placard reads "NO al imperialism Yankee" ("No to Yankee imperialism") They attend speeches. A Spanish college student speaks in front of protesters. Anti-war student activists burn an American Flag and protest on streets, against American action in the Vietnam War. Location: Madrid Spain. Date: May 5, 1967.