Assignment 3 Jadene L Moodley

Collection by Jadene Lee Moodley

Jadene Lee Moodley
Cannibal Cannibals with cutlery: The macabre nineteenth century Fijian forks used by tribesmen to eat the bodies of rival warriors Fiji People, Fiji Culture, West Papua, Fiji Islands, Image Types, African History, Forks, Macabre, Ancestry

Cannibals with cutlery: The macabre nineteenth century Fijian forks used by tribesmen to eat the bodies of rival warriors

The seven grisly wooden instruments date from the 19th century when Fiji tribal chiefs devoured their enemies after they had been killed.

Terra Nullius Sketch from an album by Joseph Herrgott from John McDouall Stuart Expedition, 1859 Terra Nullius, Early Explorers, Service Learning, Oral History, School Programs, Natural History, 19th Century, Joseph, Vintage World Maps

Adlib Internet Server 5 | Details

[eb-GB]Adlib Internet Server is a complete application to make the collections of archives, museums and libraries accessible over the internet. Adlib Internet Server is an add-on to the professional collection management applications Adlib Archive, Adlib Museum and Adlib Library.

From slavery to freedom, Frederick Douglass lived an active life, fighting for African Americans and women alike. Born into slavery, Douglass experienced the horrors before finding freedom. Black History Month, Black History Facts, Frederick Douglass, By Any Means Necessary, Portraits, My Black Is Beautiful, African American History, Black People, Vintage Photos

Picturing Frederick Douglass

The Most Photographed American of the Nineteenth Century Picturing Frederick Douglass, the first major exhibition of photographs of the famed abolitionist, promises to revolutionize our knowledge of race and photography in 19th-century America. Many were unpublished, forgotten for decades, and previously unseen by contemporary viewers. Several were taken in Boston. Together, the images trace Douglass’s visual journey from self-emancipated man to firebrand abolitionist and elder statesman…

'Women of the Raj: The Mothers, Wives, and Daughters of the British Empire in India,' Margaret MacMillan. Engrossing history full of first-hand accounts. Excellent bibliography for reference to original sources. British Men, British Indian, Reading Lists, Book Lists, Books To Read, My Books, Thing 1, History Books, England

Women of the Raj

Women of the Raj book. Read 63 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the nineteenth century, at the height of colonialism, the Briti...

The Bear River Massacre January Shoshoni: Chief Sagwitch (left with his wife) was shot twice in the hand, attempted to ride off by horseback before the horse was shot, and then the swam out to safety via a hot spring Native American Photos, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Native Americans, Sioux, Eskimo, Trail Of Tears, Native Indian, Red Indian

Bear River Massacre's unexpected aftermath includes forgiveness and hope

As the 150th anniversary of the Bear River Massacre approaches, descendants of the Shoshone survivors and others reflect on how the gospel of Jesus Christ has changed their lives.

Arctic explorer Sir John Ross drew these images while captaining the first nineteenth-century British search for the Northwest Passage. The drawings were engraved in London, and published in Ross Draws, Arctic Explorers, Tall Ships, North West, The Book, 19th Century, Frozen, History, Drawings

An Early Arctic Explorer's Dramatic Drawings of the Frozen North

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