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Camp Awosting: A Boys Camp in the Shawangunk Mountains

Margaret Murray Washington (born March 9, 1865) was the Girls' Principal of Tuskegee Institute and co-founder and president of the National Association of Colored Women. She was also the third wife of Booker T. Washington. (And I love this picture!) #TodayInBlackHistory

Margaret Murray Washington (born March was the Girls' Principal of Tuskegee Institute and co-founder and president of the National Association of Colored Women. She was also the third wife of Booker T.

President Obama

Barack Obama at Harvard Law School in 1990 --- First black person elected to be the President of the Harvard Law School .

After the dance, winter :: SUNY New Paltz

After the dance, winter :: SUNY New Paltz

Dr. Mary Walker, surgeon Civil War, first and only woman to receive Medal of Honor

Mary Walker, surgeon Civil War, first woman to receive Medal of Honor

Frank Dubois Mabel and R. Waldo France :: Historic Huguenot Street

Frank Dubois Mabel and R.

Unknown African American Family

Close up of Kitty, at the Moran Family Reunion The photographs below are not annotated so there is no way to know who these peopl.

Crate: Blue Mountain Peaches.  WHERE is that farm?!? World War I farmerettes pack peaches on a Virginia fruit farm in August, 1917., 08/1917

World War I Farmerettes Pack Peaches on a Virginia Fruit Farm in August, 1917

Unidentified women :: Historic Huguenot Street

Unidentified women :: Historic Huguenot Street

Bonnie and Clyde

Nearly 80 years after their deaths, guns and other items connected to the infamous gangsters will be going up for auction in New Hampshire on Sept.

Louis, Margaret, and Elizabeth Bevier :: 1899 :: Historic Huguenot Street Archives

Louis, Margaret, and Elizabeth Bevier :: 1899 :: Historic Huguenot Street Archives

On December 25, 1760 Jupiter Hammon wrote the poem "An Evening Thought: Salvation by Christ with Penitential Cries" which early the next year became the first published work by an African American. Hammon took part in Revolutionary War groups such as the Spartan Project and on September 24, 1786 delivered his "Address to the Negroes of the State of New York" saying, "If we should ever get to Heaven, we shall find nobody to reproach us for being black, or for being slaves."…

Does history repeat itself sat essay topic You Have Not Saved Any Essays. When you look at History you might just think that history does repeat itself, probably thinking of the First World War and Second.

Gathering by water pump outside New Paltz Normal School :: SUNY New Paltz

Gathering by water pump outside New Paltz Normal School :: SUNY New Paltz

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Perry, Gussie and young Walter Deyo :: Historic Huguenot Street

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