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Lincoln the Underdog

The seven Lincoln-Douglas debates in 1858 were not really debates by modern standards – oneĀ candidate spoke for 60 minutes, the other then spoke for 90 minutes, and finally the first speaker gaveĀ a 30-minute response. 403 more words

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1860

On July 7, 1860 Gustav Mahler was born in Kalischt , a small village near the border between Bohemia and Moravia. Gustav was the second son of Bernhard Mahler (1827-1889), a wine distiller and merchant, and his wife Maria Herrmann (1837-1889). 9 more words

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Inspiring wineries: Tahbilk

#inspiringwineries is a new category on my blog where I want to share photos of trips to different wine regions around Australia and worldwide.

My first post in this category features the old vineyard and iconic cellar door at… 99 more words

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Landscape photography: Surveys

This chapter is about surveys done both in the UK and the USA in the 19th century.

The British representative is Francis Firth who began in the 19th century something that could be called “Google Streetview”. 701 more words

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COTTON PLANTATION SLAVES (1860)

Welcome to the American Photo Colorizing.com photo blog! We colorize black & white photos for museums, educators, media . . . . . and families like yours. 139 more words

Fascinating Place

I should be inside with my glue gun, making my swag bag items. Instead, I am on the front porch of my parent’s farm house watching and listening. 214 more words

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Fascinating Place

I should be inside with my glue gun, making my swag bag items. Instead, I am on the front porch of my parent’s farm house watching and listening. 214 more words

Oh BaBee! Insider