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Surviving winter in the Middle Ages – Man spends 8 months living all alone in Century conditions - Living Outdoor

This is a sweet one. We went & saw this movie 1 week after my mom passed away. Cried my eyes out! I should have known someone would die in the movie.since it is a Disney movie. Haven't been able to see the movie since.

A Visual History of Presidential Campaign Posters: 200 Years of Election Art from the Library of Congress Archives

Ruby Bridges, the first African-American child to desegregate an all white elementary school in the south (New Orleans). She was escorted by U.S. Marshals, met by vicious mob, throwing objects at her, and no students in class for her entire first year. This girl is my hero.

The Problem We All Live With - by Norman Rockwell - On November six year old Ruby Bridges attended William J. Frantz Elementary School in the Ward of New Orleans. It was her first day, as well as New Orleans' court-ordered first day of integrated schools.

The Nazis' Plan to Infiltrate Los Angeles And the Man Who Kept Them at Bay — Smithsonian

The Nazis' Plan to Infiltrate Los Angeles And the Man Who Kept Them at Bay

The Time Teddy Roosevelt Traumatized Dr. Seuss

There are scores of unbelievable stories about Teddy Roosevelt, who was born 157 years ago today. Here's one that actually happened. - The Time Teddy Roosevelt Traumatized Dr.

Vintage World War 1 Poster United States Navy recruiting by Howard Chandler Christy Poster showing a young woman in a Navy uniform. using an image of a cute girl in a US Navy uniform,

How America forgot the true history of the Civil War — The Week

How America forgot the true history of the Civil War

Ulysses S. Grant and Henry Wilson: “The Galena Tanner” and “The Natick shoemaker” 1872 presidential campaign poster designed to garner support from the working class. Before the Civil War, Ulysses S.

The Cast Of "Hamilton" Next To Their Real-Life Historical Characters

Commemoration of 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination in Dallas

JFK assassination: Many theories, but no 'real evidence' of a conspiracy (Photo: AP file)

The skates are a rare example of 'Road Rollers' -hugely popular with London businessmen in Victorian times. From British museum, 2010