March 1865. "City Point, Virginia. 'Jeff Davis,' General Grant's pony." You can't say Ulysses S. Grant lacked a sense of humor. Wet plate negative

March 1865. "City Point, Virginia. 'Jeff Davis,' General Grant's pony." You can't say Ulysses S. Grant lacked a sense of humor. Wet plate negative

African Slave Ships  For more information of American Slavery  Capitalism and the Role in Slavery  African Human Market  The Culture of West...

African Slave Ships For more information of American Slavery Capitalism and the Role in Slavery African Human Market The Culture of West...

pics of american mullato slaves | Mulattos in Early American history - Mulatto.org: Debate And Free ...

pics of american mullato slaves | Mulattos in Early American history - Mulatto.org: Debate And Free ...

Russian troops examine German motorcycles abandoned by the retreating Germans on the Moscow Front, 1941. Unlike the Germans, the Russians are fully kitted out for the Russian winter with fur caps, padded tunics, woolen overcoast, and snow boots.

Russian troops examine German motorcycles abandoned by the retreating Germans on the Moscow Front, 1941. Unlike the Germans, the Russians are fully kitted out for the Russian winter with fur caps, padded tunics, woolen overcoast, and snow boots.

Non-commissioned officers, 19th Iowa Infantry, exchanged prisoners from Camp Ford, Texas. Photographed at New Orleans on their arrival

Non-commissioned officers, 19th Iowa Infantry, exchanged prisoners from Camp Ford, Texas. Photographed at New Orleans on their arrival

Mason's Hall on Franklin Street in Richmond Virginia is the oldest Masonic building in the US built specifically as a Masonic meeting place. It has been used continuously and is the home of Richmond Lodge 10. Due to the destruction of the Civil War, it remains one of the few buildings surviving from 18th century Richmond. It would not be there today except for a Union General, a Freemason, who ordered it to be protected from fire.

Mason's Hall on Franklin Street in Richmond Virginia is the oldest Masonic building in the US built specifically as a Masonic meeting place. It has been used continuously and is the home of Richmond Lodge 10. Due to the destruction of the Civil War, it remains one of the few buildings surviving from 18th century Richmond. It would not be there today except for a Union General, a Freemason, who ordered it to be protected from fire.

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