A cdv portrait of Olive Oatman, with Powelson's Rochester, NY imprint on verso. Oatman (1837-1903) was captured by the Yavapai in Arizona at the age of 13 and was then sold to the Mojave. She was tattooed on her chin, marking her as a slave. She was ransomed at Fort Yuma in 1856, and thereafter lived the rest of her life in California and New York.
An emaciated Russian girl looks into the camera lens during the liberation of Dachau concentration camp in Dachau was the first German concentration camp, opened in More than people were detained between 1933 and 1945