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CSS Georgia Recovery of the CSS Georgia is an important component of the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project. Archeologist Julie Morgan is the Corps' leading official in charge of the CSS Georgia recovery, which includes collection and analysis of artifacts, conservation, and a final technical report.

Christopher Edward Baumer (1870-1963) pictured Kaiser Wilhelm as the “Mad Dog of Potsdam.”

Scotia was a barque that was built in 1872 as the Norwegian whaler Hekla. She was purchased in 1902 by William Spiers Bruce and refitted as a research vessel for use by the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition. After the expedition, she served as a sealer, patrol vessel and collier. She was destroyed by fire in January 1916.

Territorial evolution of Canada

Leonardo da Vinci's world map in eight Reuleaux-triangle quadrants

Ellis Island 1892 to 1954

"Universal Man", an illumination from a 13th-century copy of Hildegard von Bingen's Liber Divinorum Operum ("Book of Divine Works", c. 1165).

A detailed eighteenth-century map of Scandinavia by J. B. Homann, depicting Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Baltic states of Livonia, Latvia and Curlandia. The map notes fortified cities, villages, roads, bridges, forests, castles and topography. The elaborate title cartouche in the upper left quadrant features angels supporting a title curtain and a medallion supporting an alternative title in French, "Les Trois Covronnes du Nord".

Engraving by Vivant Denon of a costume for French legislators designed by Jacques-Louis David. Denon (1747–1825) originally studied law and served as a attaché, but later devoted himself to art and literature and struck up a friendship with David.

Native American zodiac chart... I Always did like Ravens.

Detail of the tiled facade on the Dome of the Rock, a shrine located on the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem.

A 1907 painting by Boris Kustodiev depicting the muzhiks listening to the proclamation of the Emancipation Manifesto in 1861

Oak Hill Industrial Academy (also known as the Alice Lee Elliott Memorial Academy or Elliott Academy) was originally founded as a day school and later became a boarding school for Choctaw Freedmen.

The original Waldorf Hotel soon after opening in 1893

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The unbroken seal of Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922.

The Sophienkirche in Dresden, Germany. Established in 1333 as a Franciscan monastery and chapel, the church stood empty for years after the Protestant Reformation. Restored in 1610 by Sophie of Brandenburg, the church received an organ from Gottfried Silbermann and composer Johann Sebastian Bach performed there. The church, redesigned during the mid-19th century, was heavily damaged during the bombing of Dresden in 1945, and in 1962 the East German government ordered it destroyed.

Looking south on Center Street in downtown Casper about 1938. The Arkeon was a popular dancing academy. Wyoming Tales and Trails photo.

American burlesque is a genre of variety show. Derived from elements of Victorian burlesque, music hall and minstrel shows, burlesque shows in America became popular in the 1860s and evolved to feature ribald comedy (lewd jokes) and female striptease. By the early 20th century, burlesque in America was presented as a populist blend of satire, performance art, music hall and adult entertainment, featuring striptease and broad comedy acts

The poster for an American burlesque production, Bend Her, dating from circa 1900; this burlesque was a take on Lew Wallace's novel Ben-Hur, which had recently been adapted to stage by William Young.

Dome of the Cathedral of Pisa with the "lamp of Galileo"

The three inner Galilean moons revolve in a 1:2:4 resonance.

Montage of Jupiter's four Galilean moons, in a composite image comparing their sizes and the size of Jupiter. From top to bottom: Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto.