These older queries are posted here as a research aid, but the e-mail addresses are old too and may no longer work. Any help appreciated mailto: [email protected] Looking for descendants of Galliton MARTIN (ca 1800 - 17 Sept 1883) who lived in Benton Co., AR from before 1860 until his death. IAW 1880 census, Newton and James were living in Colville township, Benton County. Diles Fri 02 Aug 96 Myrtle Evelyn Crabtree, born 19 Sept. 9/18/96 Larry Keith Specific to Benton County is the family of William Bird and Sarah Ruth (May) KEITH. Please do not contact us for current e-mail addresses as these are the only ones we have. He married Christina STRICKLER in about 1833/4 and had a large family. mailto: Sea [email protected] SPADDEN My Wife's father - James Walter Mc Spadden, son of Samuel Crookshanks Mc Spadden and Mary Elvira Jane (Mc Spadden) Mc Spadden was born in Rogers, Benton Co., AR. This family settled in Benton in the 1830's, and produced 13 children there. This rate is the reason for the name “Motel 6.” To cut costs the brand offered coin-operated black and white television sets instead of the free color televisions offered at more upscale hotels.Motel 6 also had no on-site dining, a model that continues today.
"You Han people [the majority Chinese] are so different," Cha Cuo tells Zhou in the film.
Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Zhou has worked for Chinese television outlets and The Wall Street Journal's Shanghai bureau. Among the recent video projects on which Zhou has worked are a documentary profile of Asian American actress Joan Chen and a television feature about China's emerging environmental movement. But La Mu lives beyond the strictures of mainstream Chinese society.
Male babies in China now outnumber girls by a ratio of 112 to 100; some researchers say it's 117 to 100.
Behind the Lens: Interview With Xiaoli Zhou Filmmaker Xiaoli Zhou discusses the increasing pressures on "the women's kingdom" from the outside world and some of the challenges of working as a journalist in China. On Rough Cut this week, you'll meet La Mu and several extraordinary Mosuo women as we travel to "The Women's Kingdom" in southwest China, not far from the Tibetan Buddhist city the Chinese have renamed Shangri-La.
Zhou has just started a production company, German Camera Productions, with her husband, Brent Huffman. She is part of the Mosuo, an ethnic minority that has a matriarchal society, one of the last in the world.