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DCI Drum Corps International  August 5th, Baldwin High School  This is the Greatest!

DCI Drum Corps International August Baldwin High School This is the Greatest!

I would do this, but I don’t waste food

I would do this, but I don’t waste food

Food festivals in Upstate NY: Popular celebrations for 2017 | NewYorkUpstate.com

Food festivals in Upstate NY: Popular celebrations for 2017

Hand Drum, Music, Musica, Muziek, Musik

Betelehemu - Mormon Tabernacle Choir    More LDS Gems at:  www.MormonLink.com

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs the dramatic, engaging and stirring "Betelehemu," an African Nigerian Carol, by Olatunji and Wendell Whalum and arranged.

Exquisitely Engraved French and Indian War Powder Horn to Samuel Livingston - Cowan's Auctions

Exquisitely Engraved French and Indian War Powder Horn to Samuel Livingston.

During the French and Indian War and the American Revolution, soldiers often embellished their powder horns with maps and other images. The St. Lawrence River and the cities of Quebec and Montreal are depicted on this powder horn.

During the French and Indian War and the American Revolution, soldiers often embellished their powder horns with maps and other images. Lawrence River and the cities of Quebec and Montreal are depicted on this powder horn.

Contemporary Makers: French and Indian War Powder Horn from Cowan's Auction

Rare engraved map horn of Pennsylvania depicting the sequential forts and.

1775 Revolutionary War Powder Horn Firearms and Early Militaria Auction, Dec 7, 2006.  Single line engraved Amasa Buck His Horn 1775. Below this line is another line depicting a row of homes, churches and municipal buildings. Another line of three tall ships upon stylized undulating water with five fish in a row depicted undersea. Other voluted designs with floral ornament attached. Images of two deer and a bust of a gentleman with a wig. Engrailed edge. Overall length 15".

Amasa Buck 1775 Revolutionary War Powder Horn, Firearms and Early Militaria Auction, Dec

This artfully engraved powder horn belonging to the prominent Dr. Henry Livingston, Sr. (1714-1799) of Dutchess County, New York, is a singular colonial artifact with a colorful history dating to the early part of the epic French and Indian War. The horn was engraved by Samuel Mor and presented to Dr. Livingston on June 11, 1756, at frontier Saratoga. Remarkably, the well documented artifact has descended in the same family for generations

This artfully engraved powder horn belonging to the prominent Dr. of Dutchess County, New York, is a singular colonial artifact with a colorful history dating to the early part of the epic French and Indian War.

Mission Del Rey Southwest - Old Style Beaded Navajo Indian Lance 61" (http://www.missiondelrey.com/old-style-beaded-navajo-indian-lance-61-l25/)

Old Style Beaded Navajo Indian Lance 61" - (L25)

This is a decorative Native American lance or as we always knew them, an Indian spear. This beautiful American Indian lance is wrapped with genuine leather and has impressive hand bead work.

Contemporary Makers: French & Indian War Fort Powder Horns by Kevin H. Hart

Fort Ticonderoga Horn Fort Crown Point Horn Fort Pitt Horn Photos supplied by Kevin Hart.

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