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Puoi trovare il regalo artigianale perfetto, capi di abbigliamento vintage e trendy, gioielli esclusivi e altro... molto altro.

The Trostle Farm at Gettysburg -- just after the battle and now. [Many people tend to forget that thousands of horses were casualties.] - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale! Us History, American History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Gettysburg Battlefield, War Image, America Civil War, Civil War Photos, Interesting History

Gettysburg Moments

This album has Then and Now pictures of Gettysburg. Photos can be contributed in a combo format or as two separate pictures. It is great to have...

55 Ideas Science Earth Geology For 2019 Earth Science, Life Science, Science And Nature, Historia Universal, Dinosaur Fossils, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Creatures, Rocks And Minerals, Crystals Minerals

Rock Layers: Timeline of Life on Earth

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Welcome to Amazing Fun Facts. Place where you can spend some quality time and learn some fun facts about literally everything! Wtf Fun Facts, Funny Facts, Weird History Facts, Random Facts, Odd Facts, Strange Facts, Creepy Facts, History Memes, Random Things

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War of 1812 Battle Map cc History Class, Teaching History, Us History, Family History, Mexican American War, American History, Missouri Compromise, Monroe Doctrine, British North America

American Expansion, Marbury v Madison, Thomas Jefferson, The Louisiana Purchase, The Lewis and Clark Journey, The War of 1812, Missouri Compromise, Monroe Doctrine, Indian Removal Act, The Battle of the Alamo, Mexican American War – 1803-1853

American Expansion, Marbury v Madison, Thomas Jefferson, The Louisiana Purchase, The Lewis and Clark Journey, The War of 1812, Missouri Compromise, Monroe Doctrine, Indian Removal Act, The Battle of the Alamo, Mexican American War – 1803-1853

The Notes From President Lincoln’s Autopsy By Dr. Joseph Janvier Woodward And Dr. Robert King Stone Lincoln was shot April 1865 by John Wilkes Booth while watching a play at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D. The Civil War had ended just days. Abraham Lincoln Family, Lincoln Life, Mary Todd Lincoln, American Revolutionary War, American Civil War, American History, Lincoln Assassination, Presidential History, Civil War Photos

Abraham Lincoln Autopsy Notes Reveal The Horror Of An Assassin's Gunshot

The Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown, NY just opened a new installation, "Autopsy for a Nation: The Death of Abraham Lincoln," marking the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's assassination. The exhibit's key items include handwritten notes by the physicians who conducted the President's autopsy.

What's on of July - US Independence Day Infographics Teaching Us History, History Teachers, History Class, Us Independence Day, Founding Fathers, American Revolution, Social Science, Historical Fiction, History Facts

What's on 4th of July - US Independence Day Infographics

What's on 4th of July - A fun infographics about the 4th of July, explore the history behind July 4th, flag, celebrations, facts and trivia. This is showing USA Independence day.

1964 Tab Soda Product of Coca Cola Vintage Print Ad Old Advertisements, Retro Advertising, Retro Ads, Vintage Ads, Retro Food, Vintage Stuff, Vintage Posters, My Past, Old Ads

The Coca-Cola Company introduced TaB, the diet soft drink, in 1963. It was popular through the 1960s and 1970s until Diet Coke came along in 1982. The taste? Well, with some ice cubes and a slice of lemon

Puzzling Huge Ancient Sayhuite Monolith In Peru Remains An Unsolved Mystery Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt, American History, Unexplained Mysteries

The Sayhuite monolith, a rock with more than 200 geometric and zoomorphic figures like reptiles, frogs, and felines. Found at the top of a hill named Concacha, the stone was sculpted into the likeness of a city, complete with stairs, and irrigation channels. The function or purpose of the this mysterious relic is unknown, but researchers believe that this monolith was used as a scale model to test water irrigation.

At the anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg, Union and Confederate veterans shake hands. 1913 [[MORE]] Found this in a neat little photo album about US Civil War veterans. Rare Historical Photos, Rare Photos, Vintage Photos, Rare Images, Strange Photos, Rare Pictures, Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs, Beautiful Pictures

Old Picture of the Day

Each day we bring you one stunning little glimpse of history in the form of a historical photograph. Enjoy!