Pulitzer Prize-winning image of James Meredith, the first African American to attend the University of Mississippi, after he was wounded by a sniper as he was leading a march to encourage African Americans to vote.
Production aides Ruby Reed and Merle Judd work in cramped quarters at Grumman Aircraft during World War II. Nineteen million women went to work to fill out the home front labor force during the war, including 3 million “Rosie the Riveters” in nontradi
Battleships at anchor on battleship row in Pearl Harbor on December USS Nevada USS Oklahoma * USS Pennsylvania USS Arizona * USS Tennessee USS California * USS Maryland USS West Virginia * *Sunk or destroyed
This was one of the first monthly magazines created for the national African American consumer. Published and circulated in Boston, Mass. and New York City until the Colored American Magazine did for nine years in the what Ebony Magazine is doing today.
This image shows an American soldier risking his life to save two Vietnamese children during a fight. This is bravery. A man risking his life to save the enemy's children Only The American Soldier Would Do This !
Smoked Brisket: 1 to untrimmed brisket, with a thick sheath of fat 5 T brown sugar 5 T kosher salt 1 T ground black pepper 4 tsp paprika 1 tsp dry mustard 1 T ancho chile powder tsp granulated onion tsp granulated garlic Brisket Sugar Shake
Interesting Photos of Women in World War II Nancy Nesbit, a pilot trainee in the Women's Flying Training Detachment checks with the control tower from the cockpit of her single engine Army trainer at Avenger Field in Texas