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11 Childcare Inventions From 1900's That Will Make You Appreciate Being Born In The Future

11 Childcare Inventions From That Will Make You Appreciate Being Born In The Future. Resources say that Hammocks were introduced to Europe Christopher Columbus when he brought several of them back to Spain from islands in the present day Bahamas.

Deformed Skeleton Due to Rickets, 1879.

Stiffs, Skulls & Skeletons is a huge collection of antique medical photographs, skeletons and the deceased. Burns, MD, has researched medical photography for over forty years

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We have rounded up some funny and strange inventions that you might want, but probably do need need.

We have rounded up some funny and strange inventions that you might want, but probably do need need. Im still laughing at that bike thing

1912 Diseases of Infancy and Childhood. We have come a long way with CPR!

From Louis Fischer’s 1912 Diseases of Infancy and Childhood. I find this concept of scrunching up a baby for artificial respiration terribly fascinating.

Next time someone talks about the danger of vaccinations, show them this picture.  Iron lung ward, children with polio in the mid 1950s.

Medical personnel tend to polio victims in an iron lung ward during a epidemic in Boston.

Sacagawea~ born to the Lemhi tribe of Shoshone Indians in present-day Idaho in about 1788, Sacagawea would grow up to be a near-legendary figure for her indispensable role on the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The daughter of Shoshone chief, she was kidnapped after a battle with Hidatsa Indians that resulted in the deaths of four Shoshone warriors, as well as several women and children. She was only about ten years old.

Sacajawea - she was an interpreter and guide for Lewis and Clark in with her husband Toussaint Charbonneau. She navigated carrying her son, Jean Baptiste, as she traveled thousands of miles from the Dakotas the Pacific Ocean.

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