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Win Scrivener, the Cutting-Edge Writing Software

Win Scrivener, the Cutting-Edge Writing Software

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Win Scrivener, the Cutting-Edge Writing Software

Win Scrivener, the Cutting-Edge Writing Software

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Antique 1800s Print Block Advertising Sheep Ear Tags for A Jones Primitive Vafo | eBay

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Lambing season in the Dales.

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An Intimate Portrait of Home: Period Views of Domestic Interiors in Upstate New York, 1830-1914

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victorian new york - Google Search

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coke pop soda

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Widowed at 22, Belva Lockwood (1830-1917) moved to Washington, D.C., where she successfully lobbied for a bill to give female federal employees the same pay as men. Earning her law degree in 1873, she became the first woman to argue a case before the Supreme Court. Lockwood ran for president twice, and helped the Cherokee people win a five million dollar reimbursement from the government

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(22) Amanda Patterson - Google+ - Lost in translation.…

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Regency lady buying fabric at a linen-draper

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List of character flaws ...love it.

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circus 2

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circus 1

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Savvy Authors - Illustrating Emotion by Kate Rothwell (the picture has nothing to do with the essay)

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Operating a hand drill at Vultee-Nashville, woman is working on a "Vengeance" dive bomber, Tennessee (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr

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"Backstage" at the "girlie" show at the Vermont state fair, Rutland (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr

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Paula Reed suggests--write the story to go with this photo.

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From the donkey thief to the drunk who wouldn't leave the pub: Criminal records of 67,000 Victorian villains published online for first time

Rogues gallery: Records of more than 67,000 Victorian criminals have been published on line for the first time

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rebellious russet gold hair

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ex-slave in 1930--from a series of portraits at retronaut.

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Horse in winter essay

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