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Art Print Beware of Spies Government Security Notice WWI - Print 8 x 10

Art Print Beware of Spies Government Security Notice WWI - Print 8 x 10 Prints from old-time Posters. This one was originated in WWI to remind people that "Loose Lips Sink Ships" as they said at the time, and that people should be careful of strangers. I will be listing more of these in the coming days - please check back for the new arrivals. The print will be 20cm X 25cm: 8 inches X 10 inches APPROXIMATELY and will be printed on 230gm A4-size gloss paper to enable you to put it straight…

The Black Holocaust.not saying the Jewish Holocaust wasn't absolutely horrible but lets talk about the facts Black History Facts, Black History Month, We Are The World, In This World, Just In Case, Just For You, By Any Means Necessary, Black Pride, African American History

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Nicodemus was settled in 1877 and is the only surviving all-black settlement west of the Mississippi that was settled by former slaves during the Exoduster period after the Civil War. It is now a historic site administered by the National Parks Service. Coloured People, History Magazine, Black History Facts, Civil War Photos, American Civil War, Captain American, African American History, American Women, Native American

All colored people that want to go to Kansas

All colored people that want to go to Kansas - Kansas Memory

This particular article speaks about a young (Negro) Hebrew man that came from Africa; that surprised the Jew-ISH with his ability to write and speak in Hebrew. The article reads: “ Hartford, Conn…. Hebrew Writing, Biblical Hebrew, Black Hebrew Israelites, Tribe Of Judah, Jewish Men, Learn Hebrew, African American History, British History, Texas History

1897: Educated "African Jewish" Man Is Conceptually Confusing to Americans

1897: Educated "African Jewish" Man Is Conceptually Confusing to Americans This particular article speaks about a young (Negro) Hebrew man that came from Africa; that surprised the Jew-ISH with his...

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We remember the fallen: Civil War posters

Every Memorial Day, Texas on the Potomac remembers the sacrifices of American military personnel by featuring photo galleries of war posters. This year, we highlight posters from the Civil War era …

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Horrible Massacre & African American Cemetery, Simpsonville, Kentucky

Waymarking.com is a way to mark unique locations on the planet and give them a voice. While GPS technology allows us to pinpoint any location on the planet, mark the location, and share it with others, Waymarking is the toolset for categorizing and adding unique information for that location.

Slavery in Brazil - Enslaved people wearing a wooden collar African American Artist, American Artists, Les Aliens, Black Hebrew Israelites, 12 Tribes Of Israel, Black History Facts, Religion, Native Indian, African History

Curiosidades da História do Brasil

Dois "vícios" de criança eu mantenho até agora: o gosto de estudar História (qualquer uma, história do cinema, história geral, história em quadrinhos...) e a curiosidade. E esses dois "vícios" foram alimentados depois de ler as três obras de Laurentino Gomes, "1808", "1822" e "1889". São livros que falam da História do Brasil de uma…

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The Educated Field Negro

"Black revolutionaries do not drop from the moon. We are created by our conditions. Shaped by our oppression. We are being manufactured in droves in the ghetto streets. They are turning out thousands of us. We must defend ourselves and let no one disrespect us. We must gain our liberation by any means necessary. It is our duty to fight for our freedom. It is our duty to win. We must love each other and support each other. We have nothing to lose but our chains!" —Assata Shakur

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These 22 Unbelievable Ads For American Slaves From The 19th Century Will Infuriate You

From ancient times to the present day, slavery was a part of many different cultures, nationalities and religions. It was first mentioned in the earliest records, such as the Mesopotamian Code Of Hammurabi (c. 1860 BC), and it can unfortunately still be found in some countries around the world.

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From Slavery to Present Day: The Evolution of African Americans in Advertising

Advertising, in one form or another, has been around since the beginning of civilization. There is no way to know when it actually began, but one can argue advertising was set in motion when that first merchant selling his goods, at the first market, placed a sign on his merchandise to inform buyers of the…

Robert Smalls: Sea captain, politician, hero and slave. My Black Is Beautiful, Black Love, Black Men, Beautiful People, Amazing People, Black Girls, Sea Captain, Black History Facts, Black History Month

A Bad-ass from history - The More You Know post

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Four myths about slavery in the US

People think they know everything about slavery in the United States, but they don’t. They think the majority of African slaves came to the American colonies, but they didn’t. They talk about 400 hundred years of slavery, but it wasn’t. They claim all Southerners owned slaves, but they didn’t. Some argue it was a long […]

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Wives, Slaves, and Servant Girls: Advertisements for Female Runaways in American Newspapers, 1770–1783

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