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"Aunt Viannah" Blevins with wheel at the Blevins homestead in the Station Camp Creek area of Scott County, Tennessee.

Daughters of Jake Blevins, Elitha Blevins Thomas and Arbanna Blevins, demonstrate use of spinning wheel. Scott County, Tennessee

Privy, North Carolina, 1914-1915Credit: North Carolina State ArchivesThe less well-off would have made do with a simple outdoor privy.

good Tennessee pics from member Kamoshika on www.city-data.com...

Women Coal Miners, 1890. Stove? on top of one woman's head....looks like they are both carrying kettles, along with of course a pick axe...........

Vintage- Brickley's Little Store, Scott County, VA

On March 5, 1963, Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas, Hawkshaw Hawkins and Randy Hughes are killed in a plane crash.

lucille baldwin brown, the first black public county librarian, circa 1940s courtesy of the state library & archives of florida, via Flickr

The Living Skeleton with PT Barnum Carte de visite. On the back of this photo is handwritten: "I.W. Sprague Age 29 years Height 5ft 5 1/2 inch Weight 46 lbs"

An old water pump. This was how we got water from the farm up on the "Adams farm" when we were enjoying time at the lake with the Cunningham Clan. There was no running water on either site but it didn't feel like "roughing it." I miss the experiences at the cabins with family. Everything felt normal and sane while we were there.

Blackwell’s Island Insane Asylum - New York 1887 Nellie Bly was a 23-year-old journalist without a job when she walked into the offices of Joseph Pulitzer’s and was given the daunting assignment of exposing the horrors of the Blackwell’s Asylum. She rehearsed feverishly. She played mad. “Undoubtedly demented… a hopeless case,” said one of the doctors who admitted her. But inside the asylum she chronicled the awful food and conditions that spurred reform.