unchronicled

unchronicled

(ʌnˈkrɒnɪkəld)
adj
not chronicled or recorded
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As I drew a still fresher soil about the rows with my hoe, I disturbed the ashes of unchronicled nations who in primeval years lived under these heavens, and their small implements of war and hunting were brought to the light of this modern day.
'Their brave feats are unchronicled. To remain effective in their mission, they choose to remain unsung.
This article draws extensively on FBI and CIA records to explore the largely unchronicled ties between Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo and members of US organized crime who invested in his country during the Cold War.
In an essay written by the artist and published in the winter 2012 edition of Art Journal, Halvorson characterizes her practice as a kind of "interpretive labor." She cites Thoreau's description of his bean field, which, when he tilled it, "disturbed the ashes of unchronicled nations who in primeval years lived under these heavens, and their small implements of war and hunting were brought to the light of this modern day." Like farming, plein air painting enables a direct, embodied encounter with one's material surroundings, and its various activities--finding and selecting things to paint, mixing pigment and brushing it onto a canvas, and looking at things very, very closely--lead to a deeper, more nuanced understanding of those surroundings and their history.
But it's an era which has largely gone unchronicled until now.
Hailed by the New Yorker as '...the most remarkable virtuoso in the relatively unchronicled history of his instrument', Meyer's unparalleled technique and musicianship in combination with his gift for composition have brought him to the fore, where he is appreciated by a vast, varied audience.
But history's hardly the point: The TV smash "Glee" is clearly the raison d'etre behind this otherwise patchy survey, and serves as a kind of Hollywood climax to the largely unchronicled, heavily Midwestern phenomenon that started it all.
He started out on the independent scene, where his achievements went unchronicled, and he was well on his way to the senior ranks when he made his debut under NGRC rules in Manchester, finishing last in an A8 in March 2007.
In attempting to locate and record the dates of departure, transport number, and place of incarceration of the victims and so provide their surviving families with some, if scarce, knowledge of their horrifying fate, Sol attempts to find a metaphorical burial ground for those whose deaths otherwise would remain unchronicled, eclipsed by history.
The following interview is an effort to re-capture this largely unchronicled history in which Puerto Ricans advocated for a pluralistic society and laid down a foundation of educational civil rights in New York City that impacted the entire country.
Written approximately fifteen years before the first of the Legends of Vancouver, this essay demonstrates Johnson's growing concern about what she characterizes as "the mines of unchronicled legends and superstitions, each colored by tribal distinctions, [legends] that scholars will never unearth."