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On the afternoon of November 3rd a dog would come into the lives of us here at the Caroline County Humane Society that would turn our world upside down.... - MOZY - S - Google+

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from Mail Online

The love story that changed history: Fascinating photographs of interracial marriage at a time when it was banned in 16 states

Struggle: Mildred (center) and Richard Loving (left), with their daughter, on the front steps of the home of Richard Loving's mother (standing at right) in Central Point, Caroline County, Virginia, May 1965

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July 1939. Caroline Atwater standing in the kitchen door of her log house. Orange County, North Carolina.

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Numerous Upgrades: 1936 ~ Caroline County, Maryland, circa 1936. "Thawley House, Hillsboro vicinity; also called Daffin House. Fine paneled loft over dining room in old wing, now used as kitchen."

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*** PLEASE SIGN!!!!! **** Virginia dog that was left without food for weeks, had ears cut off deserves justice! | YouSignAnimals.org

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from Twitter

Michael Beschloss on

Mildred & Richard Loving, who this month 1967 got Supreme Court to strike down laws vs. interracial marriage:

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Thomas Lewis Quiner (1844 - 1903), brother of Caroline Quiner Ingalls, maternal uncle of Laura Ingalls Wilder, in his youth, circa 1854 - 1858.

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Mary Amelia Ingalls - Folk and literary figure. Born the eldest child of Charles and Caroline Ingalls in Pepin County, Wisconsin on her father's birthday. At the age of 14 she fell ill with what was then described as brain fever. Although she recovered, the illness robbed her of her sight. In 1881, Mary enrolled in the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School in Vinton, Iowa.

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