Rev Barber in the pulpit at Riverside.
NASA Shows U.S. Corn Belt Literally Glowing with Productivity
In the height of the growing season, the Corn Belt lights up on NASA’s maps of photosynthetic activity like a Christmas tree.
American Civil War battlesites over time
Pretty cool, almost mesmerizing GIF showing the explosion of battle locations as the war rages.
That lone black dot, in modern-day Idaho, is fascinating and a quick search dug up the Janurary 29, 1863 slaughter of over 250 members of the Shoshone tribe by the 3rd California Volunteer Infantry Regiment.
The Bear River Massacre, in what was then called the Washington Territory, (Idaho would not become a US state until 1890) was in response to attacks on white settlers.
'The Worker', Revolutionary Workers Headquarters, United States, 1978.
'African Freedom Fighter Speaks to Mississippians', Freedom Information Service, Tougaloo, Mississippi, 1975. A member of the Zimbabwe African National Union speaks to African Americans in the Deep South.
Today is the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Olustee, the biggest engagement of the Civil War in Florida, and a Confederate victory. Last weekend was the 38th annual reenactment.
See more reenactors: http://bit.ly/1cr8J5n
Tenting on the old campground: Reenactors mark the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Olustee in northern Florida.
See more: http://bit.ly/1cr8J5n
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