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BABY PANCAKES USING BABY FOOD AND BABY CERALS

BABY PANCAKES USING BABY FOOD AND BABY CERALS

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In slavery times the slaves were not allowed to laugh in many plantations. When the urge to laugh became irrepressible, the slaves had a “laughing barrel” into which they would lean way down, place their head in the barrel and laugh; then go back to whatever it was they were doing.

In slavery times the slaves were not allowed to laugh in many plantations. When the urge to laugh became irrepressible, the slaves had a “laughing barrel” into which they would lean way down, place their head in the barrel and laugh; then go back to whatever it was they were doing.

Sept 11th | 10th Anniversary -

America, Never Forget!

Love Letters from Henry VIII. to Anne Boleyn, with Notes--awesome link!

Detail from a painting said to depict Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn dancing.

Civil war Hospital

General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. General Jackson's wife, Mary Anna, stated that she felt this photograph was the best likeness to her husband that was ever captured on film.

(Colonel Archibald Gracie) Sadly, after this fifty-three year old survived the harrowing experience of being pulled under as Titanic sank, he died only eight months later, the last chapter of his account unwritten. It is said that he never recovered fully either emotionally or physically from his experience.

"I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.' Rebeca West 1882-1983..Loving the quote

Lifeboats carrying survivors of the Titanic, April 15, 1912.

Margaret Devaney, age 19, from Ireland, was below decks in 3rd Class (Steerage) peeling potatoes when she decided that she needed some fresh air. With coat in hand she headed up the many flights of stairs to the Main Deck. As she was nearing the top of the final flight she felt a tiny bump, the collision with the iceberg. On the lifeboat with about 50 other terrified souls, she survived.

John Borland "Jack" Thayer III (December 24, 1894 – September 20, 1945) was from Philadelphia. He was a first-class passenger on the RMS Titanic who provided several first-hand accounts of the disaster. He was 17 and saved himself by jumping from the Titanic.

Cost of Living in 1957

Y! Big Story: The real story behind the Hatfields and the McCoys.

Y! Big Story: The real story behind the Hatfields and the McCoys

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Interesting story about the real Hatfields and McCoys

Brooklyn Bridge, 1907

Vintage photo of girl on tricycle

The H.L. Hunley Civil War submarine unveiled for first time, 12 January 2012, Charleston, SC.

A piece of sheet music for the piece "Put Your Arms Around Me Honey", that was played by the doomed musicians aboard R.M.S. Titanic, after it was placed in the traveling Titanic exhibit Thursday, March 23, 2006. The piece of sheet music and a $ 5 bill issued in St. Louis in 1903 were both recovered from the bottom of the Atlantic. (AP Photo/Tom Gannam)

Edwardian Baby Shoes

Tad Lincoln, Abe Lincoln's son, was a a wild child. Before Abe became president, Tad would often trash his father's law office in Illinois. He never attended formal school but went through many private tutors who couldn't handle him. He was allowed everywhere in the White House and would often interrupt his father's meetings, bring animals inside and charge people to meet his father. He had a speech impediment that often made him impossible to understand. He died at 18 from tuberculosis.