Cullman County, Alabama Marriages - Robin Sterling. This book contains all the marriages which took place in Cullman County between the year and Images of the original documents from the Cullman County Court House were examined page by page and transcribed. Not only was the basic information recorded, but other significant details were gathered such as names of bondsmen, names of officials performing the ceremony, names and relationships of those granting permission, and the location of the ceremony. Sometimes, other details such as birthdays, were recorded.
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Alana Evans born July 6, is an American pornographic actress. She is sometimes credited as Jenna Talia a pun on the word genitalia —she hated the alias so much that she changed back to "Alana Evans" after two films. Evans and her husband became part owners of their favorite club, which is where she says she lost her remaining inhibitions. She became a stripper and pole dancer and began considering modeling work. Due to a scar from an appendectomy Evans believed that she would not get any magazine work, thus she went into the porn industry at age Marcus in the film Real Sex Magazine To date Evans has starred in over films, including numerous Playboy TV projects and 30 softcore movies. Never fully satisfied with her bust size, Evans vacillated between the idea of surgical enhancement and accepting her image as a natural starlet. At one point she declared "they are going to stay real
The Oxford Handbook of Community Music. Brydie-Leigh Bartleet , Lee Higgins. Community music as a field of practice, pedagogy, and research has come of age. The past decade has witnessed an exponential growth in practices, courses, programs, and research in communities and classrooms, and within the organizations dedicated to the subject. The Oxford Handbook of Community Music gives an authoritative and comprehensive review of what has been achieved in the field to date and what might be expected in the future. This Handbook addresses community music through five focused lenses: contexts, transformations, politics, intersections, and education. It not only captures the vibrant, dynamic, and divergent approaches that now characterize the field, but also charts the new and emerging contexts, practices, pedagogies, and research approaches that will define it in the coming decades.