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The president of the United States of America was just told to pay $6 mil for trying to scam people

The president of the United States of America was just told to pay $6 mil for trying to scam people

Acrobats at the top of Empire State Building, possibly May 1, 1931, where the stunt was performed at the opening of the Empire State Building

Acrobats at the top of Empire State Building, possibly May 1, 1931, where the stunt was performed at the opening of the Empire State Building

Charles L. Rossing with his son, Bill, in his shoe repair shop | Unionville, Connecticut, early 1900's | photo from trecrowns

Charles L. Rossing with his son, Bill, in his shoe repair shop | Unionville, Connecticut, early 1900's | photo from trecrowns

Matice Wright, the Navy's first African American female naval flight officer.

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Buffalo Bill Cody - ca 1900.  Born near LeClaire, Iowa, in 1846, he rode on the Pony Express at the age of 14, fought in the American Civil War, served as a scout for the Army, and was already an Old West legend before mounting his famous Wild West show, which traveled the United States and Europe.

Buffalo Bill Cody - ca 1900. Born near LeClaire, Iowa, in 1846, he rode on the Pony Express at the age of 14, fought in the American Civil War, served as a scout for the Army, and was already an Old West legend before mounting his famous Wild West show, which traveled the United States and Europe.

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