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What's the Mystery about the Pyramids of Giza ? | Astromic's Backyard

What's the Mystery about the Pyramids of Giza ?

Pyramids always got this powerful exotic-theories magnet, we always see them as something beyond our explanation, what makes them attrac...

Average Faces of Native American Tribes | Earthly Mission

Average Faces of Native American Tribes

Composite images of Native Americans.

SLAVES, EX-SLAVES, and CHILDREN OF SLAVES IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH, 1860 -1905 (22)  "I doubt the photographer intended it, but his image of two children still 'behind bars' at the opened gate is filled with allegory about the true situation of the freed slaves."  Photographed at the old Goose Creek Plantation in Charleston, South Carolina.

SLAVES, EX-SLAVES, and CHILDREN OF SLAVES IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH, 1860 -1905 (22)

I doubt the photographer intended it, but his image of two children still "behind bars" at the opened gate is filled with allegory about the true situation of the freed slaves. Photographed at the old Goose Creek Plantation in Charleston, South Carolina. *************************************** "......On Tuesday, July 30, 2008, the U.S. House of Representatives issued an unprecedented apology to black Americans for the institution of slavery, and the subsequent Jim Crows laws that for years…

Routes, statistics, and notable events of the Trail of Tears.

Trail of Tears | Facts, Map, & Significance

Overview of the Trail of Tears, the forced relocation in the 1830s of Native Americans from the southeastern U.S. to Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

Sequoyah's Cherokee Alphabet (Syllabary)

Cherokee Syllabary

Sequoyah's Cherokee Alphabet (Syllabary)

Inside the Great Pyramids of Egypt -  Engineering Infographic. Topic: Architecture, ancient infastructure.

Inside the Great Pyramids of Egypt [Infographic]

The oldest and remaining ancient structure of all Seven Wonders of the World, the Great Pyramids of Giza are relics of Egypt's Ancient Kingdom. The monumental tombs of Giza

Anti-Lynching Advertisement in New York Times November 22, 1922. The NAACP took out full-page ads in major newspapers across the country on November 22 and 23, including the New York Times and The Atlanta Constitution to help spur passage of the Dyer anti-lynching bill. Dyer’s bill had cleared the House of Representatives, however the bill died in December of that year when Senate Democrats staged a filibuster.

NAACP Anti-Lynching Advertisement in New York Times: 1922

Advertisement in New York Times November 22, 1922 placed by the NAACP. The NAACP took out full-page ads in major newspapers across the country on November 22 and 23, including the New York Times and The Atlanta Constitution to help spur passage of the Dyer anti-lynching bill. Dyer’s bill had cleared the House of Representatives, however the bill died in December of that year when Senate Democrats staged a filibuster. For an article on the 1922 anti-lynching march on Washington, see…

The End Time: Nukes are suddenly back in the news, plus, mystery ...

Nukes are suddenly back in the news, plus, mystery radiation

Remember the 1950s and 1960s frenzy about nuclear weapons? We had 'duck and cover' drills at school. There was a 'Fallout Shelter" t…

Appalachia has a long history of sugar making. The Cherokees threw hot rocks into hollowed-out logs that were filled with sap. The early colonial settlers, too, quickly learned to make the sweet stuff: even though census enumerators were inconsistent in reporting maple sugar production, the 1790 output is reported for 26 Appalachian counties of southwest Virginia, West Virginia, eastern Kentucky, and eastern Tennessee.

When the Wind's in the West, the Sap runs Best - Appalachian History

When temperatures begin to rise in February and March, maple sap begins to flow from the roots of trees up the trunks to the branches and limbs. During the short period of spring when the daytime temperatures are above freezing, and the night temperatures are below freezing, the sap flows up and down the tree …

Children join demonstration at an unidentified U.S. location for civil rights for all Americans, ca. 1960.

Africana Age - Intro

Children join demonstration at an unidentified U.S. location for civil rights for all Americans, ca. 1960.

Spikehorn, The Bear Whisperer

Spikehorn, The Bear Whisperer

Meet Spikehorn. Spikehorn was probably Michigan's most eccentric character of all-time. The guy was totally nuts.

Native America's Timeline, the last one about living anywhere they would like is alittle misleading since most stay on the reservations or nations for health care, family, lack of money to go anywhere else, many different reasons that the families are still in the same place as their ancestors.

History of Native America @ YaNative.com

Native America's Timeline, the last one about living anywhere they would like is alittle misleading since most stay on the reservations or nations for health care, family, lack of money to go anywhere else, many different reasons that the families are still in the same place as their ancestors.