Oldest Aerial Photograph "Boston, as the Eagle and the Wild Goose See It," aerial photograph from October 1860 (via Wikimedia) “Boston, as the Eagle and the Wild Goose See It,” aerial photograph from October 1860 (via Metropolitan Museum of Art)
The oldest photograph of a U.S. President: Remarkable 1843 image of John Quincy Adams. . . that he called 'hideous' This picture of John Quincy Adams was bought for 50 cents in an antique shop. It was taken in 1843
Matilda "Tillie" Pierce Alleman was 15 at the time of the Battle of Gettysburg. Her memoir "At Gettysburg, Or What A Girl Saw And Heard Of The Battle" is one of the best-known accounts of a civilian's experience of a Civil War battle.
antiguo roma Los Mercados de Trajano agrupan un vasto complejo de edificaciones en ruinas que datan del siglo II, y que fueron construidos en el hemiciclo sur, sobre el desmonte de las laderas del Monte Quirinal, inmediatamente próximo al Foro de Trajano
Early sections of San Francisco were built out of ships abandoned by prospectors. The Gold Rush conjures up images of thousands of “’49ers” heading west in wagons to strike it rich in California, but many of the first prospectors actually arrived by ship—and few of them had a return ticket.