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Slave master's children conceived by slaves posed for Porch Portrait in Georgia in 1899. Many years following Juneteenth. :-(

Slave master's children conceived by slaves posed for Porch Portrait in Georgia in 1899. Many years following Juneteenth. :-(

34 American Lady Scientists Who Changed The World

34 American Lady Scientists Who Changed The World

Roger Arliner Young was a zoologist and biologist and the first African-American woman to receive a doctorate in zoology. During her long career she studied radiation, paramecium, and hydration and dehydration of living cells.

Before and after the civil war…

Before and after the civil war…

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Here is General Ulysses S. Grant (center of bench beside tree) on eve of Siege of Petersburg VA, which escalated this month 1864. Photo by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.

Here is General Ulysses S. Grant (center of bench beside tree) on eve of Siege of Petersburg VA, which escalated this month 1864. Photo by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.

Nov. 8, 1863. Formal portrait of Abraham Lincoln. The images take anywhere from 40 minutes to three hours to produce, and for the young artist, it’s a way of bringing a contemporary perspective to older works. “History has always been black and white to me, from the World War I soldiers to the 1800s, when ladies wore grand but colorless dresses,” Dullaway says. “By colorizing, I watch the photos come alive, and suddenly the people feel more real and history becomes more tangible.”

Nov. 8, 1863. Formal portrait of Abraham Lincoln. The images take anywhere from 40 minutes to three hours to produce, and for the young artist, it’s a way of bringing a contemporary perspective to older works. “History has always been black and white to me, from the World War I soldiers to the 1800s, when ladies wore grand but colorless dresses,” Dullaway says. “By colorizing, I watch the photos come alive, and suddenly the people feel more real and history becomes more tangible.”

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