If you’ve never been to Israel, you should definitely add it to your bucket list.
Photographs from The North American Indian, a 20-volume work published between 1907 and 1930, filled with over 1,500 photographs as well as records of tribal lore and history, biographical sketches, and descriptions of traditional foods, housing, clothing, ceremonies, and customs. American photographer Edward S. Curtis wanted to capture all he could before it vanished. The pictures cover almost all of the USA, even the ice along the Arctic Ocean and the desert border with Mexico. While painting an idealized picture, Curtis’ images also contrasted with the public’s perception of Native Americans as impediments to be moved off useful land.
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August 18-24, 1943: Franklin Roosevelt Attends Quebec Conference
Between August 18 and August 24, 1943, FDR attended the Quebec Conference with Winston Churchill and diplomatic and military advisors to determine the Allied military strategy during WWII.
Several important war tactics were decided at the conference, including the plans for a U.S. landing in Italy and the D. Day invasion of Normandy. The U.S. and Great Britain also agreed on no nuclear attacks without mutual consent.
Photo: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library
John Legend - All of Me
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