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Wolf (President - Upstate SC Chapter)

Wolf (President - Upstate SC Chapter)

In 1864, George N. Barnard climbed into the cupola of the Atlanta Female Institute for this view of Atlanta looking southwest toward the center of the city. At the far left is the domed Atlanta Medical College with the Atlanta Machine Works visible above and to the right. Today, the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel near the corner of Ellis and Courtland Streets occupies the site of the Atlanta Female Institute. #atlanta #civilwar

TIL Doc Holliday's last words were "This is funny". He always figured he would be killed someday with his boots on and was looking at his bootless feet amused while a nurse attended to him and denied his request for a shot of whisky.

Looks like one of the settlements or forts the Boone's Lick Wagon Train Company might have rolled through in PRAIRIE SONG.

Here for your browsing pleasure is an imposing photo of Atlanta, Georgia Railroad depot; a nearer view.

HIS-113-Q4240 U.S. History I: 1607-1865 15EW4 - Elsa Gonzalez

I am a great admirer of General Robert E. Robert Edward Lee was an American career military officer who is best known for having commanded the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia in the American Civil War

Resurrection ABC TV....This show blows my mind every week. Based on The Returned by Jason Mott

This show blows my mind every week. Based on The Returned by Jason Mott

Bahía de Souda, Grecia (25 de agosto, 2009) La clase Ohio de misiles guiados submarino USS Georgia (SSGN 729) llega para una visita rutinaria al puerto de la Bahía de Souda. Georgia, homeported en Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Ga., Está en su despliegue de soltera SSGN funcionamiento desde la conversión de un submarino de misiles balísticos de un submarino de misiles guiados. El barco de nuevo en servicio 28 de marzo de 2008. (Marina de EE.UU.

The Ohio-class guided-missile submarine USS Georgia (SSGN arrives for a routine port visit to Souda Bay.

Defenders . . . Then and Now

Then and Now

A new view of the Civil War submarine the H.L. Hunley after the truss that used to house the sub has been removed Thursday January 12, 2012. The truss was fabricated to lift the Hunley from the Charleston Harbor in 2000 and has provided the housing for the Civil War submarine since.

A new view of the Civil War submarine the H. Hunley after the truss that used…

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