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...e quella voglia di #arrosticini che ti giunge in piena notte! #abruzzo #food » @rosati_luca » Instagram Profile » Followgram

A historical cellar of "the King of the red wine: Barolo" Barolo, Italy Cuneo Piemonte

A historical cellar of "the King of the red wine: Barolo" Barolo, Italy Cuneo Piemonte

These photographers may have never known the significance of the pictures they took and that millions would be marveling at them in the future. From thousands of images, I chose these to give us a rare and fascinating look at how different (and similar) life used to be.:

These photographers may have never known the significance of the pictures they took and that millions would be marveling at them in the future. From thousands of images, rare and fascinating look at how different (and similar) life used to be.

Brothers In Arms | World War II | 1940s

1944 France, WWII Black US soldiers, when the US armed forces were separated. They were forgotten and NOT honored as other were

Jackie Robinson, 1945, Kansas City Monarchs

Jackie Robinson in Kansas City Monarchs uniform - Jack Roosevelt "Jackie" Robinson (January 1919 – October becomes the first black Major League Baseball (MLB) player of the modern era. On April 1947 he plays his first game with the Brooklyn Dodgers.

Booker T. Washington delivers the "Atlanta compromise" address.

Booker Taliaferro Washington (April 1856 – November was an African-American educator, author, orator, and advisor to presidents of the United States. Between 1890 and Washington was the dominant leader in the African-American community.

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Midnight Train to Georgia. A group of African American women waiting for their trains at the Pennsylvania railroad station, New York City, 1942 // uncredited.

Original Statue of Liberty rejected by USA, still sits in France where created

The first Statue of Liberty given to the the US by France was a black woman that the US turned down so the French made another which is the current in NY Harbor. This is Black Lady Liberty, also made by the French, on the Island of St Martin.

John Putnam (1818-1895) A Musician Who Helped Hundreds Of People To Freedom On The Underground Railroad. [Read more...]

John Putnam- A Musician Who Helped Hundreds Of People To Freedom On The Underground Railroad. Each year in Greenfield Massachusetts the city.

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