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Images Dated 3rd January 2011

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TOBACCO AD, c1867. Poster, c 1867, for Love Chewing Tobacco showing a scene of reconciliation between a Confederate and a Union soldier Featured 3 Jan 2011 Image

TOBACCO AD, c1867. Poster, c 1867, for Love Chewing Tobacco showing a scene of reconciliation between a Confederate and a Union soldier

TOBACCO AD, c1867.
Poster, c 1867, for Love Chewing Tobacco showing a scene of reconciliation between a Confederate and a Union soldier

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HOLY LAND: FRONTIER POST. A view of a British frontier post at Ras en-Naqura (Rosh HaNikra) Featured 3 Jan 2011 Image

HOLY LAND: FRONTIER POST. A view of a British frontier post at Ras en-Naqura (Rosh HaNikra)

HOLY LAND: FRONTIER POST.
A view of a British frontier post at Ras en-Naqura (Rosh HaNikra), north of Acre, Palestine, near the border with Lebanon on the Mediterranean coast. Photographed c1930

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CIVIL WAR: SUBMARINE. Confederate submarine Hunley, named for its inventor, Horace Lawson Hunley, who died in one of the early trials. The submarine, which was propelled by eight men using hand cranks, sank in Charleston Harbor, 17 February 1864, after torpedoing the Union sloop Housatonic. Illustration by Union soldier Featured 3 Jan 2011 Image

CIVIL WAR: SUBMARINE. Confederate submarine Hunley, named for its inventor, Horace Lawson Hunley, who died in one of the early trials. The submarine, which was propelled by eight men using hand cranks, sank in Charleston Harbor, 17 February 1864, after torpedoing the Union sloop Housatonic. Illustration by Union soldier

CIVIL WAR: SUBMARINE.
Confederate submarine Hunley, named for its inventor, Horace Lawson Hunley, who died in one of the early trials. The submarine, which was propelled by eight men using hand cranks, sank in Charleston Harbor, 17 February 1864, after torpedoing the Union sloop "Housatonic." Illustration by Union soldier

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