Podcasts by Daniel G. Clark, hosted by LibSyn.com. Most shows were editions of "Trolleys, Tales & Talk" aired weekly on KWPC radio from January 2006 until May 2010.
Dan Clark and Jeff Shay discuss Muscatine area involvement in the Civil War. Dan reads "Patriotic Patriarchs," William D. Randall's account of the 37th Iowa regiment known as "the Greybeards." Jeff tells more and describes the Civil War book he is writing.
Direct download: ttt2006dec5.mp3
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Dan Clark and guest Gladys Mittman of the Muscatine County Genealogical Society and Muscatine County Heritage Association discuss Heritage Days, the Old Stone Church, and various topics in Muscatine County history. Dan plays a recording of William D. Randall on Benjamin Nye, the first permanent settler of Muscatine County.

Direct download: ttt2006sep12.mp3
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Dan Clark reads his blog post about Muscatine's Alexander G. Clark (http://iowaglobal.blogspot.com/2006/08/long-overdue-attention-for-alexander-g_25.html) and tells about the prize-winning paper about A.G. Clark by Stephen Frese. (More at http://alexanderclark.org and http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/ht/40.1/frese.html.) Also, callers try to answer Dan's question, "Who was Pearl McGill?"
Direct download: ttt2006sep5.mp3
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Dan Clark talks with Peter and Marie Press about writing and producing "Muscatine! the Musical." See http://web.mac.com/press_a/iWeb/Muscatine!%20The%20Musical/The%20Production.html. [Peter died of cancer at age 52 on Nov. 30, 2008.]
Direct download: ttt2006jul11.mp3
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Dan Clark starts with a 1949 recording of William D. Randall reading his story, "Jimmy White Finds Freedom: Slavery and Alexander Clark," then discusses Black History of Muscatine with Annabell Luth and Kent Sissel. Annabell is descended from early settlers who were among the first African Americans in Iowa, and Kent is restorer and resident of the 1878 Alexander G. Clark House.
Direct download: ttt2006feb14.mp3
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Dan Clark interviews John Haskins, founder of Friends of the Old  Barn. The FOB's first meeting was that evening.
Direct download: ttt2006jan17.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:17am CST