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Sarah Rector, the richest black girl in the World!  Please look her story up!

Sarah Rector, the richest black girl in the World! Please look her story up!

The African-Native American Genealogy Blog: Reflections on a Historic Cherokee Freedman Hearing in Washington DC

The African-Native American Genealogy Blog: Reflections on a Historic Cherokee Freedman Hearing in Washington DC

Raising girls that LOVE to read! Such a great list!

The Mighty Girl Reading List: Ages 6-10

Mining crew drifting for gold below discovery point, Deadwood, Dak. Terr. Bystanders pose for photographer S. J. Morrow, ca. 1876

Mining crew drifting for gold below discovery point, Deadwood, Dak. Terr. Bystanders pose for photographer S. J. Morrow, ca. 1876

John Hanson some are claiming to be, the 1st President of the United States,  our 1st black President. Google, do the research, very interestin.

John Hanson some are claiming to be, the 1st President of the United States, our 1st black President. Google, do the research, very interestin.

The John Carlos Story: The Sports Moment That Changed The World by Dave Zirin, Cornel West

The John Carlos Story: The Sports Moment That Changed The World by Dave Zirin, Cornel West

I used to fancy shawl dance from the ages 5-16. I am staring a path ro become an Traditional Dancer. It will be similar to this Picture. Minus the buck skin. I was die from heat..lol

I used to fancy shawl dance from the ages 5-16. I am staring a path ro become an Traditional Dancer. It will be similar to this Picture. Minus the buck skin. I was die from heat..lol

Bella Union was a saloon and theater in Deadwood, South Dakota, which opened on September 10, 1876. The proprietor was Tom Miller, an aggressive businessman who would buy several neighboring properties as well. In November 1878, Tom Miller went bankrupt, and the Bella Union became a grocery store downstairs, and a meeting hall named Mechanics' Hall upstairs.

Bella Union was a saloon and theater in Deadwood, South Dakota, which opened on September 10, 1876. The proprietor was Tom Miller, an aggressive businessman who would buy several neighboring properties as well. In November 1878, Tom Miller went bankrupt, and the Bella Union became a grocery store downstairs, and a meeting hall named Mechanics' Hall upstairs.

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