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Teotihuacan www.barbararachko.com

Teotihuacan www.barbararachko.com

eat me daily » "The Disquieting Food Art of Stephen J Shanabrook."   #sculpture

eat me daily » "The Disquieting Food Art of Stephen J Shanabrook." #sculpture

To celebrate World Elephant Day all year round, support Elephant Aid International on Goodshop!

To celebrate World Elephant Day all year round, support Elephant Aid International on Goodshop!

Teotihuacan www.barbararachko.com

Teotihuacan www.barbararachko.com

Virgil Lamar Ware (born December 6, 1949; died September 15, 1963) was shot in the chest and face while riding on the handlebars of his brother's bicycle on Docena-Sandusky Road on the afternoon following the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. His killer was teenager Larry Joe Sims. Ware was the third of six children born to James and Lorene Ware, residents of Pratt City.

Virgil Lamar Ware (born December 6, 1949; died September 15, 1963) was shot in the chest and face while riding on the handlebars of his brother's bicycle on Docena-Sandusky Road on the afternoon following the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. His killer was teenager Larry Joe Sims. Ware was the third of six children born to James and Lorene Ware, residents of Pratt City.

Pyramid of the Moon, Teotihuacan www.barbararachko.com

Pyramid of the Moon, Teotihuacan www.barbararachko.com

Hawthorne School - Canonsburg, PA

Hawthorne School - Canonsburg, PA

Literatura de viajes con libros infantiles y juveniles como inspiración. Preciosos. #books #travel #children #youngadult

A children’s book guide to travel

Literatura de viajes con libros infantiles y juveniles como inspiración. Preciosos. #books #travel #children #youngadult

Reconstruction Era: The ruins of Richmond, Virginia after the American Civil War, newly freed African Americans voting for the first time in 1867,[1] Office of the Freedmen's Bureau in Memphis, Tennessee, Memphis Riots of 1866

Reconstruction Era: The ruins of Richmond, Virginia after the American Civil War, newly freed African Americans voting for the first time in 1867,[1] Office of the Freedmen's Bureau in Memphis, Tennessee, Memphis Riots of 1866

Fugitive Slave Bill (9/18/1850)  Broadside announcing the Fugitive Slave Bill of 1850. Passed by the Senate and House of Representatives and signed into law by President Millard Fillmore, the Fugitive Slave Act gave slave owners greater power in capturing runaway slaves, even those who had fled to free states.

Fugitive Slave Bill (9/18/1850) Broadside announcing the Fugitive Slave Bill of 1850. Passed by the Senate and House of Representatives and signed into law by President Millard Fillmore, the Fugitive Slave Act gave slave owners greater power in capturing runaway slaves, even those who had fled to free states.

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