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Quentin Roosevelt (son of Teddy) and His Close Friend Roswell Newcomb Pinckney in 1901 - the terrors of the White House

Quentin Roosevelt (son of Teddy) and His Close Friend Roswell Newcomb Pinckney in 1901 - Roswell was the son of a White House steward

A boy and his dog. Pure happiness…the way he has his foot over his knee he probably got from his pops!

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ Happy boy and his best friend: This looks just like a photo I have of my Dad as a child, only my Dad is more serious and the dog isn't in the photo. I Love this one.

"Cudjoe" is believed to be the last slave born in Africa and brought to the United States by the transatlantic slave trade. Before he died, he gave several interviews on his experiences, including one to the writer Zora Neale Hurston. During that interview in 1928, Hurston made a short film of Cudjoe, the only moving image that exists in the Western hemisphere of an African transported through the transatlantic slave trade.

Cudjo Kazoola Lewis photographed with Abache (Clara Turner) by Emma Roche, c. By then there were eight surviving members of the Clotilde group.

The Face of Slavery &  Other African American Photographs -- American Museum of Photography

The Face of Slavery & Other African American Photographs -- American Museum of Photography. This is not a problem with pinners but with missing the caption on the original site which notes it dates from the and thus these are not slave children.

Alberta Jones- Muhammad Ali's First Attorney. Later murdered at the age of 35.  Still unsolved.

Alberta Jones- A civil rights and voting rights activist and the first female prosecutor in Kentucky. Jones was also Muhammad Ali's first attorney. She was murdered at the age of 35 and the case was never solved.

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I freaking love Annie Oakley! One of my favorite orite quotes from her. She was such a boss! "When a man hits a target they call him a marksman. When I hit a target they call it a trick.

The Clark Doll Experiment (1939) was an experiment done by Dr Kenneth Clark and his wife Mamie where they asked black children to choose between a black doll and a white doll. The dolls were the sa…

The Clark Doll Experiment

Clark Doll Test, The Clarks gave black children in integrated and segregated schools two dolls that differed only in skin color. The black children consistently said the white doll was prettier, better, and the one they wanted to play with.

Teddy Roosevelt-----This circa 1885 photo of the young Roosevelt shows him after he had a bit of seasoning by hunting and trail-riding in the West. At age 27, though he wasn’t quite the robust, filled-out, plains-tested rough-rider he would be a few years later after immersing himself in the struggles of running a ranch. He was forever grateful and forever friends with Seth Bullock of Deadwood fame, and with the other westerners whose tutelage and support helped him survive and grow as a…

Teddy Roosevelt-----This circa 1885 photo of the young Roosevelt shows him after he had a bit of seasoning by hunting and trail-riding in the West.

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Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt African Safari & Scientific Expedition (April 1909 to March [IMG] Theodore Roosevelt in Africa.

TR learned of the death of his youngest son Quentin in July of 1918. Quentin, a fighter pilot for the US Army Air Corps in WW1, was shot down behind enemy lines.    "Grandfather" Roosevelt hugs baby granddaughter Edith Roosevelt Derby, 1918.

"Grandfather" Roosevelt hugs baby granddaughter Edith Roosevelt Derby, Roosevelt would die the next year of a blood clot at age

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