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5 yr old after day's work that began at 5 AM, was tired and refused to be photographed, the mother said, 'Oh, She's ugly,' said picking shrimp was very hard on the fingers, Biloxi, MS, by Lewis Wickes Hine 1911 –– Teabagger Right Wing NeoLiberal good ole days.

Until the mid-60s, the Aborigines came under the Flora And Fauna Act, which classified them as animals, not human beings. This also meant that killing an Aborigine meant you weren’t killing a human being, but an animal.

The last seconds - horrific and haunting holocaust photo - never forget

'I never lost hope': Startling interview unearthed with woman behind iconic Great Depression image talking just five years before her death in 1983. FLORENCE LEONA THOMPSON Migrant Mother – A Legend of the Strength of American Motherhood.'

Hine, Lewis (1874-1940) - 1931 Worker Riding on Crane Hook

40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken: Harold Whittles hears for the first time ever after a doctor places an earpiece in his left ear.

A child looks at the corpse of his mother who has been murdered at the Ozarichi concentration camp in Belarus.

California lumberjacks work on Redwoods. Thousands of tree rings in these ancient trees - each over 1000+ years old or even much older...such a shame...irreplaceable giants. National park treasures all gone but a few – what kind of men would do such a thing for over 100 years - destroy something they cannot ever fix or replace for 2000 years? Part 1

A Ku Klux Klan member dangles a hangman's noose from a car as a warning to blacks to stay away from polling places in the municipal primary in Miami on May 3, 1939. Despite the threats, 616 blacks voted.

1 World War, soldier, photo, black and white, horror, fear, history, desparation.

It was Mamie Till, Emett Till's mother years ago who made this profound statement: "Two months ago I had a nice apartment in Chicago. I had a good job. I had a son. When something happened to the Negroes in the South I said, 'That's their business, not mine.' Now I know how wrong I was. The murder of my son has shown me that what happens to any of us, anywhere in the world, had better be the business of us all!!!"

Photographer Christer Strömholm. Cuenca, Spain, 1961; Insane asylum

Medal of Honor and Croix de Guerre recipient Alvin York photographed with his mother back home in Tennessee, 1919 York received both awards during the 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive (or the Battle of Argonne Forest) when he charged a German machine-gun nest own his own, killing 25 Germans and capturing 132 others in two separate forays. A biographical film was produced in 1941, Sergeant York, starring Gary Cooper as York.

Alice Roosevelt with her dog Leo. She smoked cigarettes in public, chewed gum, placed bets with bookies, rode in cars with men, stayed out late partying, and kept a pet snake named Emily Spinach, which she often wore wrapped around one arm and took to parties. Her father President Theodore Roosevelt once said of her “I can either run the country or I can attend to Alice, but I cannot possibly do both.” 1902

In 1965 in Jackson, Mississippi, Matt Herron took an iconic and ironic image from the civil rights era as a white policeman rips an American flag away from 5 year old Anthony Qunn, after having already confiscated his No More Police Brutality sign.

A Soviet toddler weeps over the corpse of his murdered mother, sometime in 1942. Location unknown. To me, this picture, and the one previous, convey the truest horror and monstrous brutality not just of the Holocaust, but of War in general. Regretfully, War sometimes becomes necessary as a defense of what is right, but the act of War is never noble or good, no matter how good or noble the cause.

Josephine Baker tried to combat racism by adopting 12 children of different ethnicities from around the world. holds in her arms her 10th adopted child, a boy from Venezuela, as another of her adopted children looks on. 1959. age 53 #actor

baby cages were used in apartments in 1930s to make sure child got enough fresh air and sunlight. And danger. o my!

Quigg Edmond Baxter (24) The night of Titanic's sinking he made sure his mother, sister, as well as Berthe, (who didn't want to get into the boat without Quigg) were secured in a lifeboat. His last words to his girls was "Au revoir bon espoirvous autres"-Goodbye and keep your spirits up everyone! He waved his last goodbye-as he perished later that night with the Titanic.

1906 6 mo old baby Frankie rescued from a baby farm near starvation. At the turn if the century women who found themselves pregnant out of wedlock often paid baby farms to care for the babies until the babies could be reintroduced as a supposed niece or nephew of the mother (thus saving her reputation). However, some baby farmers profited by neglecting, starving, or killing the infants, instead of using the money (paid by the mother for their upkeep) instead of using it to care for the babie...

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