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Tituba and the Children. By Alfred Fredericks in 1878 ("A Popular History of the United States", Vol. 2)

"Tituba and the Children," illustration by Alfred Fredericks, published in A Popular History of the United States, circa 1878

Pulitzer Prize winner, Vietnamese orphans being evacuated and transported by airplane to the US, 1975…

Babies strapped in seats in 747 Jumbo jet enroute Clark AB to LAX. Photo: Robert Stinnett / Oakland Tribune, April This was part of the orphan airlift, called “Operation Babylift” from Vietnam to the US that took place in primarily by World Airways.

Very rare...Only known drawing of Lincoln in state...drawn by artist Pierre Morand in New York during Lincoln's funeral.  It was said that Morand was let in during the night because Edwin Stanton wouldn't allow photos or drawings.  This drawing is owned by the Abraham Lincoln Book Shop and I do not claim any copyright to it

Very rare.Only known drawing of Lincoln in state.drawn by artist Pierre Morand in New York during Lincoln's funeral. From Abraham Lincoln Bookshop, Chicago, IL.

Abraham Lincoln didn't grow a beard until after his 1860 election as president. This photo is part of the Indiana State Museum exhibit, "The Lincolns: Five Generations of an American Family." It opens Feb. 9, 2013. From the Indy Star

Abraham Lincoln didn't grow a beard until after his 1860 election as president. This photo is part of the Indiana State Museum exhibit, "The Lincolns: Five Generations of an American Family." It opens Feb. From the Indy Star

Lizzie Williams - known as the Texas Cattle Queen. She was an Austin school teacher who became a successful business women in the historic Texas cattle industry. She kept books for early cattle drives, wrote articles for the popular Frank Leslie’s Magazine, invested in land and cattle, and became a Texas legend. She had her own cattle brand and owned vast cattle ranches throughout Texas. Lizzie was the only woman in Texas history to accompany her own herd of Texas longhorns up the Chisolm…

Lizzie Johnson Williams was an Austin school teacher and the only woman in Texas history to accompany her own herd up the Chisolm trail, earning her the name, "The Texas Cattle Queen,"

Colonial Fashion: Quaker Gentleman & Lady

Colonial Fashion: Quaker Gentleman & Lady - they'd make a good pair

English: Drawing of Martha Corey who was hanged for witchcraft at the Salem Witch trials in 1692 Date	1883 Source	"Stranger's Illustrated Guide to Boston and its Suburbs" by James Stark, 1883 Author	James Stark

"Martha Corey and Her Persecutors," illustration published in Stranger's Guide to Boston and its Suburbs, circa 1883

puritan religion | Puritan Costumes | ClipArt ETC

The puritans moved to America to seek religious freedom. They wanted to establish a "holy commonwealth" and preserve a "pure" Christian faith.

Woodcut of the dance of the Lancashire Witches

England's most famous witch trial took place in Lancashire in Ten of the so-called Pendle Witches were hanged at Lancaster,but weren't hung at the castle

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