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https://flic.kr/p/sFiHmC | Davy Crockett Dam | Nolichucky River, TN

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Delivering dinosaurs for exhibit at the Boston Museum of Science. Arthur Pollock,1984.

Delivering dinosaurs for exhibit at the Boston Museum of Science. Arthur Pollock,1984.

My name is Kyoko. I'm a 32 year old NASA computer technician living in Washington, DC. I enjoy skateboarding, my dogs, pink, and anime. Sometimes I get back into loving photography. I'm trying to...

Amazing Photos From History That Most People Have Never Seen Before

36 Amazing Photos From History That Most People Have Never Seen Before

The Kamikaze Strikes of WWII in Pictures. USS Intrepid Nov. 1944, battle at Leyte Gulf

The Kamikaze Strikes of WWII in Pictures. USS Intrepid Nov. 1944, battle at Leyte Gulf

Amazing story of last 24 hours in Adolf Hitler's bunker in Berlin

Amazing story of last 24 hours in Adolf Hitler's bunker in Berlin

Hitler's Last Day: Minute by Minute tells the amazing story of the tyrant's final fall, including how he finally married his mistress of 14 years Eva Braun (pictured) as Berlin crumbled above them.

Carriers Enterprise (left) and Yorktown (right) under construction at Newport News, Virginia, United States, 8 Feb 1937

[Photo] Carriers Enterprise (left) and Yorktown (right) under construction at Newport News, Virginia, United States, 8 Feb 1937

Carriers Enterprise (left) and Yorktown (right) under construction at Newport News, Virginia, United States, 8 Feb 1937

The Boston Molasses Flood of 1919. A huge molasses storage tank ('cause those exist) stationed in the North End of Boston burst, flooding the streets at a surprisingly rapid rate of about 35 mph, killing 21 people and injuring another 150.

The Boston Molasses Flood of 1919. A huge molasses storage tank ('cause those exist) stationed in the North End of Boston burst, flooding the streets at a surprisingly rapid rate of about 35 mph, killing 21 people and injuring another 150.

June 13, 1927: A parade is thrown for Charles Lindbergh on Fifth Avenue, New York City.  Unidentified photographer, PR 020.  Gift of Raymond Mattes, 2004.  New-York Historical Society, 87867d.

June 13, 1927: A parade is thrown for Charles Lindbergh on Fifth Avenue, New York City. Unidentified photographer, PR 020. Gift of Raymond Mattes, 2004. New-York Historical Society, 87867d.

At the Shelton Laurel massacre site, some of the 13 bodies lay about the ground. Sergeant Jay, a Virginian, but attached to a Tennessee company of the Sixty-fifth North Carolina regiment, jumped upon the bleeding bodies: "Pat Juba for me while I dance the damned scoundrels down to and through hell."  The next day the wives and families of the murdered men found their grave, the hogs had rooted up one man's body, and eaten his head off.

At the Shelton Laurel massacre site, some of the 13 bodies lay about the ground. Sergeant Jay, a Virginian, but attached to a Tennessee company of the Sixty-fifth North Carolina regiment, jumped upon the bleeding bodies: "Pat Juba for me while I dance the damned scoundrels down to and through hell." The next day the wives and families of the murdered men found their grave, the hogs had rooted up one man's body, and eaten his head off.

Frances L. Goodrich was a Presbyterian missionary and teacher from Binghamton, NY, who came to Madison County, NC in the autumn of 1890. She’s responsible for getting the White Rock Hospital (originally Laurel Hospital) built in Marshall in the early years of the 20th century. It was a major accomplishment for that time.

Frances L. Goodrich was a Presbyterian missionary and teacher from Binghamton, NY, who came to Madison County, NC in the autumn of 1890. She’s responsible for getting the White Rock Hospital (originally Laurel Hospital) built in Marshall in the early years of the 20th century. It was a major accomplishment for that time.

One of the most-visited graves in Jerusalem belongs to Oskar Schindler, the German factory-owner and Nazi Party member credited with saving the lives of 1098 Jews during the Second World War.    His grave in the Catholic cemetery on the southern slope of Mount Zion is visited by Jews, Christians and people of no religious faith

One of the most-visited graves in Jerusalem belongs to Oskar Schindler, the German factory-owner and Nazi Party member credited with saving the lives of 1098 Jews during the Second World War. His grave in the Catholic cemetery on the southern slope of Mount Zion is visited by Jews, Christians and people of no religious faith

A TN Main Street Community - Morristown, TN

A TN Main Street Community - Morristown, TN

Morristown, TN - morristown collge

Morristown, TN - morristown collge