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Primitive Sorting Table

France Primitive garden sorting table with surround ♥♥♥ I am hoping my hubby will replicate this for my potting bench!

1940's fashion - Mama

~ Living a Beautiful Life ~ African-American women, dressed up to go out, circa 1940 [Love the hats on these lovely ladies!

ROYAL MARINES. THE HOKEY POKEY MAN AND AN INSANE HAWKER OF FISH BY CONNIE DURAND, AVAILABLE ON AMAZON KINDLE.

Grandfather George Hill RMB 1904 to Awarded Star, British and Victory Medal for LSGC 1920 and Defense and War Medal Father to three sons and one daughter. Was raised in Edmonton Union Workhouse to

Hallmark Channel: "On the Twelfth Day of Christmas" (2015) | #christmasmovies #christmas

On the Twelfth Day of Christmas

Find out more about the Hallmark Channel movie "On the Twelfth Day of Christmas," starring Brooke Nevin and Robin Dunne.

Gorgeous, glowing skin - Lupita Nyong’o On the cover!

Lupita Nyong’o’s Vogue Cover is Here!

Congratulations to the beautiful Lupita Nyong’o for landing her very first Vogue cover. I am so happy for her, and she looks fierce. The talented Mikael Jansson was behind the lends for this editorial spread.

HARRIET AND JOHN TUBMAN: The only photo held representing the likeness of Harriet's first husband, John Tubman, a free black man of Maryland, killed after Harriet's escape to freedom. Harriet's age in photo is about 30 years. Around 1844, she married a free black man, John Tubman. Since she was a slave, there could be a chance that she could be sold; he reportedly told her that he would tell "massa" if she tried. Her goal to achieve freedom was too large for her to give up though. In 1849…

The only photo held representing the likeness of Harriet's first husband, John Tubman, a free black man of Maryland, killed after Harriet's escape to freedom. Harriet's suspected age in this photo is about 30 years.

May 3, 1948 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled covenants prohibiting the sale of real estate to blacks & other minorities were legally not enforceable in Shelley v Kraemer. The Shelley's shown here in the photo purchased a home in a St. Louis area where 39 people owned 57 parcels of land. In February of 1911 30 of the owners signed an agreement or a restrictive covenant not to sell to African or Asian Americans. In August of 1945 the Shelley's purchased a home in the neighborhood. Kraemer's sued.

May 1948 Supreme Court ruled in Shelley v. Kraemer that federal and state courts could not enforce restrictive convenants which barred persons from owning or occupying property because of their race.

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