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Hitler reviews 35,000 SA troops who came to Berlin to celebrate the third anniversary of Hitler's chancellorship on February 20, 1936.

Hitler reviews 35,000 SA troops who came to Berlin to celebrate the third anniversary of Hitler's chancellorship on February 20, 1936.

September 15, 1845:  Earlier in the year, 5,000 women cotton mill workers in and around Pittsburgh go on strike for a 10-hour day and an end to child labor.  Months into the strike, hundreds marched on the Blackstock Mill, one of the largest in the area.  The women broke down the factory's gates and forcibly expelled the scabs, while the men who accompanied them kept the police at bay.

September 15, 1845: Earlier in the year, 5,000 women cotton mill workers in and around Pittsburgh go on strike for a 10-hour day and an end to child labor. Months into the strike, hundreds marched on the Blackstock Mill, one of the largest in the area. The women broke down the factory's gates and forcibly expelled the scabs, while the men who accompanied them kept the police at bay.

July 1939. "10-year-old son of tobacco sharecropper can do a 'hand's work' at harvest time." Seen here feeding logs into the fire next to flue of the curing barn. Granville County, North Carolina. by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

July 1939. "10-year-old son of tobacco sharecropper can do a 'hand's work' at harvest time." Seen here feeding logs into the fire next to flue of the curing barn. Granville County, North Carolina. by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

(Clockwise from left, back row): Bill Smith, Bill Ellis, Paden Tolbert, Gideon S. "Cap" White, and Charles Copeland.

(Clockwise from left, back row): Bill Smith, Bill Ellis, Paden Tolbert, Gideon S. "Cap" White, and Charles Copeland.

Letter carrier in New York wearing mask for protection against influenza. New York City, October 16, 1918.

Letter carrier in New York wearing mask for protection against influenza. New York City, October 16, 1918.

Teddy Roosevelt Fun Fact:   Teddy was the last President to carry a holstered sidearm while in office as part of his daily attire.

Teddy Roosevelt Fun Fact: Teddy was the last President to carry a holstered sidearm while in office as part of his daily attire.

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