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Resettlement Administration

'', a 1940 film adaptation (The Grapes of Wrath (film)) directed by John Ford, a Tony Award-winning play (The Grapes of Wrath (play)) and an opera (The Grapes of Wrath (opera)). Superseded by Farm Security Administration In the face of Congressional criticism, in September 1937 it was folded into a new body, the Farm Security Administration (FSA), which operated until 1946. Communities and greenbelt cities The RA worked with nearly 200 communities on its projects, notably including: * Farmstead Jasper, Alabama, this development, began by the WPA, included 40 homes, churches, a civic center, and a school. * Arthurdale, West Virginia, (first community begun by Subsistence Homesteads and pet project of Eleanor Roosevelt) * Cahaba Village in Trussville, Alabama (begun by the Works Progress Administration) * Jersey Homesteads (Roosevelt, New Jersey) (begun by the Division of Subsistence Homesteads) * Cumberland Homesteads near Crossville, Tennessee (begun by the Division of Subsistence Homesteads) * Greenbelt, Maryland, completely planned and constructed by the RA outside Washington, D.C. * Greendale, Wisconsin, another new town built by the RA, outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin * Greenhills, Ohio, the third of the RA's new towns, built outside Cincinnati, Ohio * Hickory Ridge, Virginia (now Prince William Forest Park) * Caney Lakes Recreation Area in Webster Parish (Webster Parish, Louisiana), Louisiana * Greenbrook, New Jersey (planned by the RA but never built) Photography, film, and folk song projects The RA also funded projects recording aspects of its work and context, including: * The Photography Project, which documented the rural poverty of the Great Depression and produced thousands of images that are now stored and available at the Library of Congress, was headed up by Roy Stryker. * The Film Project, which produced two documentaries directed by Pare Lorentz and scored by Virgil Thomson, The Plow That Broke the Plains and The River (The River (1938 film)); * Sidney Robertson Cowell's recordings of folk songs, conducted during the summer of 1937, sponsored by the RA's Special Skills Division, and now stored at the University of Wisconsin. See also * Farm Security Administration * Dust Bowl References consists of bottomland and upland forest. A variety of species inhabit these lands including quail, deer, and turkey. Between 1933 and 1937 the Federal Government began implementing a Resettlement Administration program, where rural farmers were supposed to be relocated to more fertile areas. The RA bought 79 pieces of property in both Hickory Ridge and Batestown (Batestown, Prince William County, Virginia) and condemned another 48, to form the Chopawamsic Recreational Demonstration Area. National Park Service - Chopawamsic Recreational Demonstration Area However, the RA often made no effort to actually resettle the displaced residents. Batestown and Hickory Ridge (Hickory Ridge, Virginia) both suffered the same fate. Between 1933 and 1937, the Federal Government began implementing a Resettlement Administration program to form Chopawamsic Recreational Demonstration Area National Park Service - Chopawamsic Recreational Demonstration Area , where rural farmers were supposed to relocate for more fertile land. The RA bought 79 pieces of property in both Hickory Ridge and Batestown and condemned another 48, to form a new recreation area. However, the RA often made no effort to actually resettle the displaced residents.


Scranton, Pennsylvania

needed date April 2010 * The 1973 Pulitzer Prize– and Tony Award–winning play ''That Championship Season (That Championship Season (1982 film))'' by Scranton resident Jason Miller (Jason Miller (playwright)) was based on the fictionalized lives of Scranton's 1957 state basketball champions. Miller wrote and directed the 1982 film, in which all exterior scenes were filmed in Scranton. * The Houdini Museum has been the subject The Travel Channel

in the film adaptation of playwright actor Jason Miller (Jason Miller (playwright))'s 1973 Pulitzer Prize winning play ''That Championship Season (That Championship Season (1982 film))''. He played a hard-boiled, bigoted coach whose former star players continue to swear allegiance to him, with one exception. Super Bowls ''Super Bowl I'' was aired by both CBS and NBC (the only Super Bowl to be aired by two networks), but neither network felt the need to preserve the game long


Liverpool

'' accessdate 25 June 2008 Includes unsourced "Personal Quotes". Though most of his work has been in film and television, it also includes stage performances; most notably as Louis Ironson in Declan Donnellan's 1992 and 1993 Royal National Theatre London premières of Parts One (''Millennium Approaches'') and Two (''Perestroika'') of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize-winning play ''Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes'', Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool


Toronto

Annual Academy Awards (1981), which was slated to air the day President Ronald Reagan was shot and had to be rescheduled. Revisiting the theme of racial tension that had characterized ''In the Heat of the Night (In the Heat of the Night (film))'', Jewison's ''A Soldier's Story'' (1984), based on a Pulitzer Prize winning play, was nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Picture. His subsequent film was also based on an acclaimed play. The provocative '' Agnes of God

-to-Tokyo route In 1986, he published the multiple-award winning play ''The Rez Sisters''. ''The Rez Sisters'' became a hit across Canada and went on to the Edinburgh International Festival in 1988. In 1989, he published ''Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing'', which received the distinction of the being

Luttrell's training in dance and music naturally led her to the stage. She made her professional début in Canada's Premier Production of ''Miss Saigon'' in Toronto and the Premier Canadian Production of Disney's Beauty And The Beast in Toronto. She would go on to appear in many other stage productions such as "Once On This Island", ''Goblin Market'', and the premier performance of Pultzer Prize winning play write Lynn Nottage's" '' Las Meninas


Manhattan

for director Arthur Penn's Broadway play ''All the Way Home (All the Way Home (play))'', the 10-year-old Conaway landed a featured role as one of four boys. The 1961 Pulitzer Prize-winning play was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Play and ran 333 performances and one preview from November 29, 1960 to September 16, 1961. ''All the Way Home'' at the Internet Broadway Database Conaway

" . ''The New York Times''. Retrieved September 2, 2011. Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize-winning play ''How I Learned to Drive'', and Jeff Bowen and Hunter Bell's Obie Award-winning musical '' title of show (title of show) ''. The Vineyard describes itself as "dedicated to new work, bold programming and the support of artists." "Who We Are". ''Vineyard Theatre.org''. Retrieved May 11


Hamburg

birth_place Hamburg, Germany death_date '''Hans-Emil Schuster''' (born September 19, 1934 in Hamburg) is a German astronomer who retired in October 1991. He worked at Hamburg Observatory at Bergedorf and European Southern Observatory (ESO), and was former acting director of La Silla Observatory. Since 1982, he was married to Rosemarie Schuster née von Holt (March 28, 1935 - September 18, 2006) DATE OF BIRTH September 19, 1934 PLACE OF BIRTH Hamburg, Germany DATE OF DEATH * June 23 - Stockholm City Hall, designed by Ragnar Östberg, is opened. * Chilehaus in Hamburg, designed by Fritz Höger, is completed. Buildings * The Chilehaus in Hamburg, Germany is completed. * Rietveld


Pittsburgh

in the Pulitzer Prize (Pulitzer Prize for Drama) winning play ''Wit (Wit (play))'' in its long-running off-Broadway production in New York. She was named 2001 Performer of the Year in Pittsburgh for Medea. Other roles include: Raynevskya in ''The Cherry Orchard'' at Yale Rep and the Chautauqua Theatre Company, where she also played Kate Keller in ''All My Sons.'' She played Creusa (Creusa#Daughter of Erechtheus) in the Shakespeare Theatre Company Washington


Washington, D.C.

the first European settlers of Erie, settling at what became known as "Presque Isle". * The 1973 Pulitzer Prize– and Tony Award–winning play ''That Championship Season (That Championship Season (1982 film))'' by Scranton resident Jason Miller (Jason Miller (playwright)) was based on the fictionalized lives of Scranton's 1957 state basketball champions. Miller wrote and directed the 1982 film, in which all exterior scenes were filmed in Scranton.

) John Carpenter's Christine '' based on Stephen King's novel. Prior to his film and television career, he appeared in numerous productions at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., most notably as Willy Loman in ''Death of a Salesman''. Prosky often performed at Arena Stage with over 100 stage credits to his name at that theatre alone. He also originated the role of Shelly Levene in David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play ''Glengarry Glen Ross''. He was also


Egypt

of the great actress-managers, and that she was his "sponsor.") Plummer, "In Spite of Myself: A Memoir", Alfred A. Knopf (2008) In 1957, Cornell staged ''There Shall Be No Night'', the Pulitzer Prize winning play by Robert E. Sherwood. This play was adapted for the TV and broadcast on NBC with actor Charles Boyer. Another play by Fry, ''The Firstborn'', was set in Biblical Egypt, with Anthony Quayle playing Moses


Mexico

Intelligence Mission '''? ...that when the eight-mile '''Texas and Northern Railway''' began operations in 1948, it was designated a Class I railroad, in the same class as giants like the Pennsylvania Railroad? ...that '''Carmen Boullosa''' is a leading Mexican (Mexico) novelist, poet, and playwright whose award-winning play ''Teatro herético'' satirically addresses the issue of gender roles? '''Enrique David Borja García''' (born 30 December


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