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Cotton sharecropper family in Macon County, The Great Depression did not end in Georgia until the United States entered World War II in Photograph by Dorothea Lange. - Courtesy of Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division TKaM time period.

The Massive Liberal Failure on Race: How the Liberal Embrace of Busing Hurt the Cause of Integration  Slate.com

How the Liberal Embrace of Busing Hurt the Cause of Integration

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Amazingly Rare Historical Photos You Never Knew Existed; This one made me laugh so much :-) Driving class in Michigan Highland Park University, 1939

For the first time in American history, women cast their  votes for President in November, 1920, at P.S. 35 in Manhattan's Lower East Side. Source: Accessible Archives.

For the first time in American history, women cast their votes for President in November, 1920, at P.S. 35 in Manhattan's Lower East Side. Source: Accessible Archives.

VW African Amer students

VW African Amer students

Civil War Trust Judson Kilpatrick, two ladies, and his staff in 1864.

You are looking at a beautiful picture of Stevensburg, Virginia General Judson Kilpatrick, Division, Cavalry Corps, with ladies and staff members on the porch of headquarters.

Segregated school at Tent City near Shawneetown, Illinois Russell Lee April 1937

This is a school that black children attended in Tent City near Shawneetown, Illinois.

Dorothea Lange Photos Dust Bowl

Caption from LIFE. “Farmer John Barnett and his family are ‘Okies’ who stuck to their land near Woodward. They have 21 dairy cattle which yield a scant seven gallons per milking. Barnett takes.

Sod school house in Western Nebraska.

Great Plains Soddies Sod School, Wyoming, location unidentified The cantilevering of the walls outward in the photograph is not necessarily from structural weakness. It protects the lower portion of the walls from erosion in rain.

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