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GROTON, Conn. (Oct. 29, 2016) #FirstLady Of The United States #MichelleObama ship sponsor of USS Illinois (SSN 786), arrives at the commissioning ceremony on Naval Submarine Base New London. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Petty Officer Darryl I. Wood

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Confederate Brigadier General John Adams was one of six Confederate officers killed November 30th 1864 during the Battle of Franklin.

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SO cute to do fingerprints for an All About Me activity station. Kids love magnifying glasses.

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Ms. Officer and Mr. Truffles - image

Ms. Officer and Mr. Truffles - image

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The First Black Female To Become A Captain For A Commercial Airline. First officer Patrice Clarke never intended to write history. A UPS pilot, she never set out to be one of the first Black females to graduate from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida with an aeronautical degree. Nor did she plan to be the only female professional pilot working; in her native country of the Bahamas. Ms. Clarke only wanted to be a pilot.

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Great officer activity. Have them take the tiles down, draw out the emblem lines, and paint in the colors. Ira "Heinz" Tucker Irwin Co. FFA -- www.OneLessThing.net

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from 9GAG

Epic Sherlock at his best

Funny how this whole sequence makes us fans love Sherlock even more. People who aren't a part of our fandom, they think Sherlock has no heart, but he's just very selective about who he loves.

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Richetta Randolph Wallace, circa 1930. She was private secretary to Mary White Ovington, a writer, suffragist and one of the founders of the NAACP. She was also private secretary to James Weldon Johnson, attorney, poet, author (“Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man) and composer of “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing”) and the executive secretary of the NAACP, Walter White. Born in Virginia in 1884, Ms. Randolph moved to the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn in 1933 and remaine

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Alexander Peter Stewart, CSA (1821-1908) Tennessee. Lieutenant General (CSA). West Point Class of 1842 (Artillery) Appointed a brigade commander in Leonidas Polk's corps, Stewart ultimately took command of that corps as a LTG when Polk was killed in June, 1864. Served in that capacity until the end of the war.

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