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19th amendment: 3. It was not until 1848 that the movement for women’s rights launched on a national level with a convention in Seneca Falls, New York, organized by abolitionists Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) and Lucretia Mott (1793-1880).
Suffragette Protestor An American suffragette with an umbrella stands next to a baby carriage and wears a sign proclaiming ‘Women! Use your vote,’ circa 1920. (Photo by APA/Getty Images)
Suffragette protestor An American suffragette with an umbrella stands next to a baby carriage and wears a sign proclaiming 'Women! Use your vote,' circa 1920. Thank to all the women who have fought for our rights. #Feminism #smartgirls
In 1920 the 19th Amendment was passed allowing women to vote. Some states allowed women to vote before that, but in 1920 it became a right.
Passed by Congress on June 4, 1919, and ratified on August 18, 1920, the 19th amendment guarantees all American women the right to vote. Achieving this milestone required a lengthy and difficult struggle; victory took decades of agitation and protest. Beginning in the mid-19th century, several generations of woman suffrage supporters lectured, wrote, marched, lobbied, and practiced civil disobedience to achieve what many Americans considered a radical change of the Constitution.
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Dont forget to vote ladies
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Still relevant today!
Sarmatian/Scythian Women:The theory that parts of ancient eastern Europe were patrolled by posses of heavily armed women akin to the legendary Amazon warriors has been boosted by new evidence uncovered by Russian scientists. "...buried with womanly things -- mirrors of silver and bronze; necklaces of gold, glass or clay; earrings; and sometimes a symbolic spindle," Gulyayev said. "But alongside these are weapons -- a quiver, bow and arrows, and often two throwing spears." more...
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Sarmatian/Scythian Women:The theory that parts of ancient eastern Europe were patrolled by posses of heavily armed warriors has been boosted by new evidence uncovered by Russian scientists. "...buried with womanly things -- mirrors of silver and bronze; necklaces of gold, glass or clay; earrings; and sometimes a symbolic spindle," Gulyayev said. "But alongside these are weapons -- a quiver, bow and arrows, and often two throwing spears." more...
Mysterious Couple Found In Ancient Russian Burial Ground
Krasnodar, Russia dolmen (a single-chamber, megalithic tomb that usually consists of three or more upright stones that support a large, flat, horizontal capstone. Most dolmens date back to the early Neolithic period 4,000-3,000 BC). This one is from the 4th century B.C. and contained a woman hugging a man. Both were about 60 years old at death and the woman’s hands were decorated with bracelets made of bronze beads, untypical of tribes known to have inhabited the area in ancient times.
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25,000 Year Old Buildings Found In Russia | Beyond Science. In Russia, in the Caucasus Mountains, not far from the cities Tzelentzchik, Touapse, Novorossiysk and Sochi, there are hundreds of megalithic monuments. The Russians call them dolmens. Russian and foreign archaeologists have not yet discovered their use. These megalithic dolmens are thought to be from 10,000 years to 25,000 years old.
The Caucasian dolmens Russia represent a unique type of prehistoric architecture, built with precisely dressed large stone blocks. The stones were, for example, shaped into 90-degree angles, to be used as corners or were curved to make a circle. The monuments date between the end of the 4th millennium and the beginning of the 2nd millennium B.C.
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megalithic dolmen tomb found in Russia, near the Black Sea, early neolithic period 4,000-3,000 BC
There are very many megalithic structures in the Caucasus Mountains. This dolmen have a form other than those in Western Europe, Korea and India. Most have a typical rectangular shape and consist of exactly appropriate, large stones. In the front is often a round hole. These megaliths (there are more than 3000) are certainly 4000 years oud.Men suspect this dolmen tombs were originally, but any supporting evidence. the entrance is always on the south side (as in the Dutch dolmens).
Dolmen Russia Kavkaz - The Adyghe people originate in the North Caucasus region, as early as the Stone Age period, with traces of them dating back as far as 8000 BC. In about 4000 BC the Maykop culture existed in the North Caucasus region, as well as other parts of the region which is now southern Russia. Archaeological findings, mainly of dolmens in North-West Caucasus region, indicate the existence of a megalithic culture in the region. The Adyghe kingdom was established in about 400 BC.[
Northern Caucasus Dolmen, Russia
Dolmen, near Zhane River, Russia
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Men wouldn't look at me when I was skinny. Vintage ads promoting the benefits of weight gain for women.
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Vintage Ad, Women are still projected to look a certain way.. but it seemed to be a more healthy body image back in the day. Contrasting perspectives. Desizn World
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Vintage Weight GAIN Ads from 1930s-1950s...oh how times have changed. bkuschova. If only this stayed true
Vintage ads promoting benefits of weight gain for women. If only this was still how people thought... I honestly have no idea what healthy even is anymore.
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If only....weight gain ads - I was so born in the wrong era..
Vintage Weight Gain Ads- wow have things changed!
Vintage ad: ‘Men wouldn’t look at me when I was skinny’
Botai village. Where the first horses were domesticated. "They didn't use logs at all, but rather built up the walls of their square houses with adobe."
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Botai village. The Botai lived in north-central Kazakhstan. Where the first horses were domesticated. "They didn't use logs at all, but rather built up the walls of their square houses with adobe."
New Evidence of Early Horse Domestication
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Bottom of Scythian women's boots, Leather, cloth, tin, and gold / Pazyryk Kurgan-2 area. 300-290 BCE.
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Woman's boot. Pazyryk barrow no. 2, 300-290 BCE. Leather, textile, tin (or pewter), gold, pyrites. H. 36 cm. Inv. no. 1681/218. Pub.: Rudenko 1953, pp. 118-121; pl. XXV/2; Rudenko 1970, pp. 93-97; pl. 64; From the Lands, cat. no. 125. http://depts.washington.edu/silkroad/museums/shm/shmpazyryk.html
Bottom of Scythian women's boots, Leather, cloth, tin, and gold / Pazyryk Kurgan-2 area. 300-290 BCE. - interestingly not dissimilar to the bottom of a modern vaulting shoe.
circa 300-238 BCE. Bottom of Scythian women's felted boots, Leather, cloth, tin, and gold. Pazyryk Kurgan-2 area.
Bottom of Scythian women's boots, Leather, cloth, tin, and gold / Pazyryk Kurgan-2 area, Altai. 300-290 BCE. http://museum.mmc.nsu.ru/?int=VIEW&el=937&templ=ENGLISH_INTERFACE_GROUP
John Harper, passenger on theTitanic with his daughter and niece - #16 Harper was a Baptist preacher on his way to the U.S. with daughter and niece. On the tragic night, he put them in a lifeboat before he perished.
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Titanic passenger John Harper with his daughter and niece who were on their way to the U.S. Harper was a Baptist preacher. He perished after putting the girls in a lifeboat. ..........❤♥♥• Nims •❤♥
Reverend John Harper was a evangelical pastor & a widower with one daughter, Nina Harper, 6. He, Nana & her cousin Jessie Wills Leitch (who helped care for Nana) boarded Titanic at Southampton as 2nd class passengers & were travelling to Illinois. After the collision, Harper awakened his daughter, carried her up to A deck, kissed her goodbye & handed her to a crewman, who put her into lifeboat 11. Jessie & Nana were rescued but John was lost in the sinking
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Elegant Woman In A Green Dress by Pierre Carrier-Belleuse, 1901
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Pierre Carrier-Belleuse (Pierre Carrier Belleuse) (1851-1932) Elegant Woman In A Green Dress Pastel 1901
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Elegant Woman In A Green Dress by Pierre Carrier-Belleuse (Pierre Carrier Belleuse), Pastel, 1901
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'Elegant woman in a green dress' by Pierre Carrier-Belleuse (1851-1932) 1901
Pierre Carrier-Belleuse - Elegant Woman In A Green Dress, 1901
Elegant Woman In A Green Dress by Pierre Carrier-Belleuse
Pierre Carrier-Belleuse (Pierre Carrier Belleuse): Elegant Woman In A Green Dress
The widow Mary Lincoln
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Widow Mary Lincoln- after Willie's death. Wild eyed Crazy Mary
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The widow Mary Lincoln (Mary Todd). Poor thing :(
CDV of the widow, Mary Todd Lincoln, circa 1869
Mug shot of Vera Crichton, 21 February 1924, probably Central Police Station, Sydney. Vera Crichton, 23, and Nancy Cowman, 19, are listed in the NSW Police Gazette 24 March 1924 as charged, along with three others, with “conspiring together to procure a miscarriage” on a third woman. Crichton was “bound over to appear for sentence if called upon within three years”.
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The NSW Police Forensic Photography Archive has a fascinating collection of 1920s mugshots. This one is of Vera Crichton, 1924. Their description of her: "Vera Crichton, 23, and Nancy Cowman, 19, are listed in the NSW Police Gazette 24 March 1924 as charged, along with three others, with "conspiring together to procure a miscarriage" on a third woman." #portraits #women
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Mug shot of Vera Crichton, arrested on February 21, 1924. Crichton was charged, along with three others, with “conspiring together to procure a miscarriage” on a third woman. Crichton was “bound over to appear for sentence if called upon within three years.”
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Midel prisoners: Australia;s mug shots from the '20's' Vera Crichton
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Celebrity mugshots. We may love to share them and giggle at them but secretly it's the only times we wish we weren’t big stars.Art director/advertising student Michael Jason Enriquez has taken celebrities' most embarrassing moment and made it stylishly old school in his newest project on Tumblr, Mugshot Doppelganger.It's not that he isn't a big fan of the glitz and glamor, but on the lowest level, the Pasadena, California, man can relate.“I remember taking school field trips to Hollywood as a kid. It's a lot cleaner now, but still really seedy, and a big disappointment to tourists,” Enriquez told HLN in an email interview.“I had the burden of being the son of immigrants who encouraged me to dress up like a doctor for Halloween -- the image of success and the payoff to all the sacrifices my parents' had to make for the ‘American Dream,’ he said.Although his parents would bribe him with promises of trips to Disneyland, “I never did get to go … It was too expensive, and always too far away,” he said.“I guess that feeling of not living up to someone else's expectations of you has always followed me around. In that way, I can relate to the celebrities who have messed up and had their mugshots taken. In a single image, a mugshot of a celebrity role model is able to encapsulate the ridiculousness of perfection.”Currently a creative intern at the advertising agency RPA in Santa Monica (and a wizard at Photoshop), Enriquez said he created Mugshot Doppleganger more than a month ago, but “kept it private until last week. I wanted to have enough pictures on the site before showing it to my friends on Facebook.”Enriquez’s images highlight an irony of celebrity: The most publicized photos of the biggest stars are the least glamorous. For years, mugshots have been abrupt, rude snapshots taken (mind you, by county jailers) with no regard to style, image or artistry.Enriquez said he wanted to upgrade the genre -- by taking it retro.“Celebrity mugshots are plastered all over the web, on magazines, and in newspapers. They are the lowest form of photography, and yet they are everywhere. In contrast, beautiful glass plate negatives were unearthed in Sydney, Australia's police archives in 1989. You can find them at the Historic Houses Trust. They were mugshots of whores, gangsters, fraudsters, and crooks from the ‘20s. They made the rounds on different blogs a couple years ago. I remember seeing them and thinking how cheap and tacky the mugshots we have today look,” he said.“The vintage mugshots were carefully composed, and it even looked like the criminals were given a wardrobe. Celebrities can't help but pose for the camera and that's evident in some of their mugshots, but as glamourous as our celebrities are, they can't compete with how cool these 1920's criminals looked.”
2,400 year old Siberian grave of a 25 year old woman holds a 17 bead necklace of brightly-coloured glass beads created using the 'Millefiori technique' where glass rods are combined to produce multicoloured patterns; perhaps made in egypt. The necklace likely came to Siberia via present-day Kazakhstan, along an old trade route; the Altai in "Siberia has always been a kind of 'stream of civilization' - a transit territory, rich with resources and attractive for migration."
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From Egypt to Siberia. Ancient Egyptian necklace found in grave of Siberian princess. The 17 bead necklace of brightly-coloured glass beads created using the 'Millefiori technique' where glass rods are combined to produce multicoloured patterns; perhaps made in Egypt. The necklace likely come to Siberia via present-day Kazakhstan, along an old silk route
The brilliant beads of 'Cleopatra's necklace': Ancient Egyptian jewellery plucked from burial mound of Siberian 'virgin princess' Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2272817/Ancient-Egyptian-necklace-skeleton-virgin-priestess-Siberian-burial-mound.html#ixzz2K5EjiHrS
Ancient Egyptian necklace found in grave of Siberian princess. Egypt to Siberia. The 17 bead necklace of brightly-coloured glass beads created using the 'Millefiori technique' where glass rods are combined to produce multicoloured patterns; perhaps made in Egypt. The necklace likely come to Siberia via present-day Kazakhstan, along an old silk route; the Altai in "Siberia has always been a kind of 'stream of civilization' - a transit territory, rich with resources and attractive for migration."
Ancient Egyptian necklace found in grave of Siberian princess
The is the first picture of how a stylish 'ancient Egyptian' necklace was discovered in the heart of Siberia.
All of Gandhi’s worldly possessions.
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Gandhi’s worldly possessions.... "I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ." "You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean: if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty." "You must be the change you wish to see in the world." "Where there is love... there is life." Mahatma Gandhi
THE GREATEST ASSET OF THIS MAN WAS HIS SIMPLICITY Mahatma Gandhi’s worldly possessions. ca 1948 [[MORE]] surrenderdorothy: Gandhi’s sandals sold for £19,000 at auction, £9,000 more than their asking price. A pair of his glasses sold for £34,000
Mahatma Gandhi’s worldly possessions (via: Les Abeilles | flickr) They were sold at auction in 2009. :( You can read more abou...
All of Mahatma Gandhi’s worldly possessions. Im so amazed. I wish I could be like this!!!!!
The worldly possessions of Mahatma Ghandi
All of Gandhi's worldly possessions.
Mahatma Gandhi’s wordly possessions
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Gandhi's only earthly possessions when he died.
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Whittingham Asylum, once the largest lunatic asylum in England
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Lost | Forgotten | Abandoned | Displaced | Decayed | Neglected | Discarded | Disrepair | Whittingham Asylum, once the largest lunatic asylum in England.
After parcel post service was introduced in 1913, at least two children were sent by the service. With stamps attached to their clothing, the children rode with railway and city carriers to their destination. The Postmaster General quickly issued a regulation forbidding the sending of children in the mail after hearing of those examples.
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On June 13, 1920, the U.S. Post Office Department rules that children may not be sent by parcel post. vintage photo of postman mail carrier with baby in mail bag,
What is now merely "common sense," was once an open question. This city letter carrier posed for a humorous photograph with a young boy in his mailbag, 1900. After parcel post service was introduced in 1913, at least two children were sent by the service. With stamps attached to their clothing, the children rode with railway and city carriers to their destination. The Postmaster General quickly issued a regulation forbidding the sending of children in the mail after hearing of those examples.
Description: This city letter carrier posed for a humorous photograph with a young boy in his mailbag. After parcel post service was introduced in 1913, at least two children were sent by the service. With stamps attached to their clothing, the children rode with railway and city carriers to their destination. The Postmaster General quickly issued a regulation forbidding the sending of children in the mail after hearing of those examples. Creator/Photographer: Unidentified photographer Medium: Black and white photographic print Culture: American Geography: USA Date: 1900 Collection: U.S. Postal Employees Persistent URL: arago.si.edu/index.asp?con=2&cmd=1&id=194274 Repository: National Postal Museum Accession number: A.2006-22
John Smith, Oldest living Indian age 131
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John Smith. Oldest living Indian, 131 years old He was a Chippewa Indian who lived in the Cass Lake (Minnesota) area and is reputed to have died at the age of 137. February 6, 1922
John Smith. Oldest Living Native American. 131 years old. The Wisdom, knowledge and History that man holds.... amazing. What I wouldn't give to spend time with Elders, like him, to Honor, respect and learn from.
John Smith. Oldest living Native American, estimated at 131 years old, deceased now, from Minnesota
John Smith. Oldest Living Native American. 131 years old. I wish I could have learned from him.
John Smith. Oldest living Native American, 131 years old. Just imagine what those eyes have seen!
"John Smith". Oldest living Indian, 131 years old. As a Native American, I think it's disgraceful that this poor Native man had to die being called a Caucasian name like "John Smith". Obviously, at 131 years old he would have been born with a Native American Indian name - but those names were stripped from the Native people when they were forcibly thrown in boarding schools, prison camps, and Reservations by the Whites - a disgraceful part of U.S. history.
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Extraordinary kurgan burial shines new light on Sarmatian life. Last month, archaeologists excavating a mound in the Filippovka burial ground in the Orenburg region of Russia’s Southern Ural steppes discovered a rare intact burial from the nomadic Persian-speaking Sarmatian people who lived in the area from around 500 B.C. until 400 A.D. The burial ground has 29 funerary mounds, known as kurgans.
Sarmatian burial mound excavated this summer in Russia’s Southern Ural steppes has yielded a magnificent but unusual treasure.