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Images Dated 6th July 2012

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STRAIT OF JUAN de FUCA. The strait forming part of the boundary between the United States and Canada. Mount Olympus in the state of Washington is in the background. Wood engraving, English, 1872 Featured 6 Jul 2012 Print

STRAIT OF JUAN de FUCA. The strait forming part of the boundary between the United States and Canada. Mount Olympus in the state of Washington is in the background. Wood engraving, English, 1872

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NATIVE AMERICANS: SIGN LANGUAGE. The Shoshone chief Tendoy using signs to communicate with Huerito, an Apache chief, at Washington, D.C., April 1880: He is leaving in two more days (left) to return to his country, in Idaho, where there is much snow (right). Wood engravings from 'Sign Language Among the North American Indians,' by Garrick Mallery, 1881 Featured 6 Jul 2012 Print

NATIVE AMERICANS: SIGN LANGUAGE. The Shoshone chief Tendoy using signs to communicate with Huerito, an Apache chief, at Washington, D.C., April 1880: He is leaving in two more days (left) to return to his country, in Idaho, where there is much snow (right). Wood engravings from 'Sign Language Among the North American Indians,' by Garrick Mallery, 1881

NATIVE AMERICANS: SIGN LANGUAGE. The Shoshone chief Tendoy using signs to communicate with Huerito, an Apache chief, at Washington, D.C., April 1880: He is leaving in two more days (left) to return to his country, in Idaho, where there is much snow (right). Wood engravings from 'Sign Language Among the North American Indians,' by Garrick Mallery, 1881

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FORT NIAGARA, 1759. The French surrender of Fort Niagara, on the eastern shore of the Niagara River, to British forces led by Sir William Johnson during the French and Indian War, 26 July 1759. Line engraving, English, 18th century Featured 6 Jul 2012 Print

FORT NIAGARA, 1759. The French surrender of Fort Niagara, on the eastern shore of the Niagara River, to British forces led by Sir William Johnson during the French and Indian War, 26 July 1759. Line engraving, English, 18th century

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