Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle
Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle, ca. 1893 Photographer: La Roche, Frank Subjects (LCSH): Portraits--Washington (State) Angeline, Suquamish Indian, d.1896 Seattle, Chief, 1790-1866--Family Duwamish Indians Suquamish Indians Digital Collection: Frank La Roche Photograph Collection content.lib.washington.edu/larocheweb/index.html Item Number: LAR237 Persistent URL: content.lib.washington.edu/u?/laroche,255 Visit Special Collections reproductions and rights page…
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Black Victorians: History Claims We’ve Only Ever Been Slaves
Since 2014, undiscovered photos of the Black Victorians have appeared online and in museums. But who were this distinct group of people?
Historical Accuracy Reincarnated
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Tips On How To Sing Vibrato
Learning how to sing vibrato can be a daunting task for many people. However, vibrato is important as it makes songs more emotional and sounds better. Vibrato is when the voice vibrates to give more impression to a song. Open The Back Of Your Throat This...
First Tattooed White Woman - PunkWorldViews.com | Punk/Metal/Hardcore Coverage
first white women in U.S. was tattooed by Indians after be captured by Indians. The tattoo is called "dirty mouth" meaning she slept around name Olive Oatman, 1858. After her family was killed by Yavapais Indians, on a trip West in the eighteen-fifties, she was adopted and raised by Mohave Indians, who gave her a traditional tribal tattoo. When she was ransomed back, at age nineteen, she became a celebrity. Photograph courtesy of the Arizona Historical Society, Tucson, 1927.