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Report on the September 2008 
Prall Family Association Reunion

  Posted in order of latest first:

    20 Oct 08 - All old content on this page has been deleted. First up are the sound files; photos will follow later [with one exception, posted below, thanks to Barbara McCoy]. You can play them online, but you can also save them to play later.
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    I recorded about 2h 50m of sound on my tiny Olympus WS-110 digital recorder, and edited it to the eleven below. The quality isn't great, but it will allow those of you who couldn't be there a chance to hear the majority of what was said, and those who were, a chance to get a partial record of what happened. 1-8 were at the grist mill on Thursday morning. The next two were on Saturday morning at the Washington Crossing park museum on the New Jersey side, and the last was back at the grist mill in the afternoon.

    The sound quality isn't great, but headphones help. Most questions can't be heard, but you can hear the answers.
1] Terry Prall Intro   [1.2Mb]
2] Jim Talada and Edie Sharp of the Delaware River Mill Society.   [4.2Mb]
3] Keith Strunk, author of "Prallsville Mills and Stockton"   [3.12Mb]
4] Pieter Prall on the John Prall Jr. statue.<   [3.82Mb]
5] Richard D. Prall on updated Prall book.   [2.72Mb]
6] Dan Prall on the website.   [0.9Mb]
7] Terry Prall for Larry van der Laan, Part 1.   [6.7Mb]
8] Terry Prall for Larry van der Laan, Part 2.   [3.9Mb]
9] Flintlock firing demo, Washington Crossing Park.   [209Kb]
10] Mr. Swan on Pralls in the Revolution. His family donated many of the items found in the museum.   [2.8Mb]
11] Terry Prall research update.   [9.3Mb]

    Of great quality are Barbara McCoy's photos that she has offered to share, at:
Barbara McCoy's photos on Picasa.
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    I suggest clicking each photo in turn rather than using slideshow. Even with a fast connection, the pixelation didn't resolve before the next image came up.
    Barbara invites you to see any of the other 24 albums from her travels at:
Barbara McCoy's photos on Picasa.

    For those who missed it, here's a lot of it without the travel expense. Sorry you couldn't be there, and I hope you enjoy this.    
   
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