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Native American woman, 1926

Native American woman, 1926

White Belly, 1900

An old photograph of the Native American known as White Belly - Sioux. ©Jack Leustig Imaging - He's beautiful, but I have to smile, White Belly Sue!

moniledebeaute:  Ile de Luzon. Métisses Tagalo-Chinoises. Portraits, 1870-1914…

With a face that tells a thousand tales, this unknown young woman was photographed in the Philippines by Dutch photographer Francisco Van Camp in The photograph's inscription describes her as an ethnic Chinese mestizo.

If World War 2 Was A Bar Fight...Slapping Finland for no apparent reason!

If World War 2 Was A Bar Fight.finally an easy way to understand history! Great way to help kids understand but instead of calling it a "bar fight" I would probably make it a food fight for fun.

Mummies for sale, Egypt, 1870s

Actual shot from 1875 of man selling mummies on the street. (I wonder if this included free delivery?) (by French photographer Félix Bonfils) Courtesy Melissa Cooper.

Original pictures of the tipis.  Farmer Gows Camping And Whitehorse Tipi Village   https://www.campsitechatter.com/campsites/pinboard/Farmer-Gows-Camping-And-Whitehorse-Tipi-Village/5969119441851293217

This picture shows how the Native Americans lived in tents. The Native Americans that help Vasco Nunez De Balboa. Native Americans travel and knew how to get to places though secret passages like they did to help Balboa in his voyage.

8 Native Women Fighting to Preserve Their Culture | PowWows.com

8 Native Women Fighting to Preserve Their Culture

Juanita C. Toledo Age: 28 Tribe Affiliation: Walatowa-Pueblo of Jemez Occupation: Works for the Community Wellness Program on Jemez Pueblo Reservation - A generation of incredible Native American women fighting to preserve their culture

traditional native american warrior clothing - Google Search

Can you imagine the skill, time and energy put into making his clothes. Amazing and breathtaking.

Smiling Happy Achomawi Baby ~ Native American Indian ~ 1910

Achomawi smiling 1910 Native American Indian - Old photos maareta. This is a cradle board. They are still used by some Native American women to this day. That is a scary pic with the baby propped on the chair!

How Long Did Famous Structures Take to Build? INTRIGUING ARCHITECTURE long pin full of information about history of famous buildings across the centuries. #DdO:) - https://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/intriguing-architecture/ - DATES and names of ARCHITECTS included, as well as less known fascinating info some people call #trivia. Pinned via Montbiz.. Source: infografía. Check out that cool T-Shirt here…

INTRIGUING ARCHITECTURE long pin full of information about history of famous buildings across the centuries. DATES and names of ARCHITECTS included, as well as less known fascinating info some people call Pinned via Montbiz.

“A woman is like a tea bag--you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water.” -Eleanor Roosevelt

Elenore Roosevelt: was frowned upon for her strong views, and feminist point of view, but was later named the most influential first lady of the United States.

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