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Baseball by BSmile Apr 25
Today In 1976: Chicago outfielder Rick Monday saves the American Flag from being burned at Dodger Stadium!
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ancient pix Apr 22
Unearthed on the West Bank of Luxor, Egypt.
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Today In History Apr 25
25 April 1945: Today is known as Day, when U.S. and Soviet met at the Elbe River, near , Germany. World War II would end shortly thereafter on May 8.
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cla 20m
up ruralโ€™s first ever filipino musical adaptation!! omg guys we made !! ๐Ÿคญ
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Brett Keisel 23h
Great shot. That tree is staple of Pittsburgh. A Sycamore! Sycamore is often planted in urban areas because of its ability tolerate air pollution and provide shade. Pittsburghers understood this and planted them all over to help air quality during Steel Mill era.
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Hira Mirza 7m
Called Old Tjikko, its 9,550 years old clonal Norway spruce is the record breaker being the oldest living tree on earth.
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Blue History Month 15h
Blue History: Sheriff David Clarke, born 1956 in Milwaukee Wisconsin BA Criminal Justice, MA Security Studies was a very successful Sheriff of Milwaukee for 4 elections after being a patrolman for 11 years. Clarke is now a patriotic tireless advocate for the U.S.
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Anne Apr 24
Dear whoever the woman is on your panel. Scotland didn't have to join the union as we'd lost all our money on Darien. The nobles who ran Scotland had lost their personal money on Darien & were bribed to sign by England. Scotland's Treasury was perfectly fine.
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Nicole Long 1h
7th graders are ready for their trip to Springfield!
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James Green_archaeology redux 13h
Upper & Lower Canada in 1857 (Rogers & Johnston 1857, Plate 4).
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Israel ื™ืฉืจืืœ 22h
Israel: Where thousands of years of fascinating and future-changing benefiting the ๐ŸŒ come together.
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BHS History & Politics Club 4h
New Year 8 project on Significance and the British Empire. Students were given free choice for their research - I'm pleased that the phenomenal Gertrude Bell and Dr James Barry were promoted so persuasively, the latter at the suggestion of a Science colleague.
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Reedness School Apr 25
Wow.... we have found this amazing book in school. Any ideas what is inside???
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ICR Discovery Center 16h
"There is no genuine scientific evidence for evolution." True or false?
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CarolDWegner 1h
1950's? - Vintage Metal Junior Sheriff Badge. (Backyard find)
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Kevin  Rinchey 4h
This is great snapshot of when we were officially kings of Europe. I was so lucky as a kids to see it. Explaining this to my 10 year old is interesting! Celtic at 11. Dundee Utd also at No 14! #1984
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SainathKM ๐Ÿš€ Apr 25
Hi Twitteraties, Cannanore Airport is shown in this advertisement of Tata Airlines from 1939! Any idea if existing Kozhikode airport is known as Cannanore then or did we have a smaller airport at Cannanore (Kannur) then!
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Nancy Navarro Apr 22
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Joseph Kani 19h
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Ancient History Encyclopedia 19h
There's a Real-Life Inspiration for ' Valyrian Steel. Here's How Its Long-Lost Secrets Were Revealed.
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