Don't Tread on Me Democratic controlled City Council in New Rochelle wants to take away the right to fly this flag & are being taken to court. They said it belonged to the Tea Party. They better do some homework & learn American History. This flag has been around Forever & flown from U.S. ships since 2002.
Don't Tread on Me
Liberty Classics Ford 427 SOHC Engine Replica
Atlanta Train Depot: is it still there today?
Tudor Hever Castle, Kent, England
Bradley, Ike, & Patton in a secured Bastogne, January 1944 This happens to be one of my favorite photos. One, Ike is a BAMF for not blousing his boots. My kind of general doesn’t blouse his boots unless he’s gone to jump school. Ike in his simple uniform standing in the mud says just about everything…he cared about his troops. Two, I am pretty sure Patton is wearing Hunter rain boots. Mr. Fashionista!
Bradley, Eisenhower and Patton.
Abraham Lincoln Assassination 1st Report NY Times Newspaper. "...It was found that the President had been shot through the head and some of the brain was oozing out...The President was in a state of syncope, totally insensible and breathing slowly...the parting of his family with the dying President is too sad for description..."
Traveller and General Lee. The Confederate commands of Generals John Hunt Morgan and Nathan Bedford Forrest were mounted almost exclusively on American Saddlebreds, and these horses performed legendary feats of endurance during the war. Because most Confederate horses were privately owned, General Grant's order at Lee's surrender allowed the men to keep their horses and perhaps saved the breed.
General Robert E. Lee
1938. Iberville Parish, Louisiana. "Belle Grove. Vicinity of White Castle. Greek Revival mansion of 75 rooms. Built 1857 by John Andrews, who sold it to Stone Ware. Occupied by Ware family until circa 1913." What was left of Belle Grove, reputedly the largest plantation house in the South, burned to the ground in 1952. 8x10 inch acetate negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston.