aaronpurr:

my hand slipped

lizzywhimsy:

I’ve been promising ladyhistory that I’d pick up the Mr. Washington Kindergarten teacher series again, so, this is me working on trying to get back to it! 

(the t shirt is available here)

tulipnight:

Red Rock Canyon, Waterton National Park by Spierry Images on Flickr.

tulipnight:

Red Rock Canyon, Waterton National Park by Spierry Images on Flickr.

bdytang:

Downtown on Flickr.

bdytang:

Downtown on Flickr.


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movez-like-jagr:

Lol på Sverige

movez-like-jagr:

Lol på Sverige

gaston-asston:

americans on st. patricks day

gaston-asston:

americans on st. patricks day

ricocoracao:

the birth of USA

konstance:

à Palais des Congres

konstance:

à Palais des Congres

royaltyandpomp:

THE VISIT
H.M. Queen Marie Antoinette of France and Benjamin Franklin in Versailles Palace

royaltyandpomp:

THE VISIT

H.M. Queen Marie Antoinette of France and Benjamin Franklin in Versailles Palace

gameraboy:

"One today is worth two tomorrows." - Benjamin Franklin
Poster by James Gibbs

gameraboy:

"One today is worth two tomorrows." - Benjamin Franklin

Poster by James Gibbs

publius-esquire:

Happy Presidents’ Day

publius-esquire:

Happy Presidents’ Day

deadbishop:

all the Hamilton children which I’ve been able to find pictures of (so far)

  1. Philip (or William, if you feel like it) “aged 20”
  2. Alexander Jr. (1863, aged 77)
  3. John Church (by Alfred Thomas Agate, about 1840, aged 48)
  4. Philip (the second) “aged 78” (1880/1)

unhistorical:

January 11, 1757: Alexander Hamilton is born.

Here, sir, the people govern; here they act by their immediate representatives.