1. seductivecera:

    people who think being respectful and kind is a weakness

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  3. the-crowe-and-the-magpie:

Can’t decide if I’d rather smell like sexual repression, ambition, and angst or French patriotism and rebellion today.

    the-crowe-and-the-magpie:

    Can’t decide if I’d rather smell like sexual repression, ambition, and angst or French patriotism and rebellion today.

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  5. joachimmurat:

unspeakablevice:

18thcenturylove:


Sir Home Riggs Popham by Unknown, 1783


well look at this sassafrass

"Ayyy gurl~"

    joachimmurat:

    unspeakablevice:

    18thcenturylove:

    Sir Home Riggs Popham by Unknown, 1783

    well look at this sassafrass

    "Ayyy gurl~"

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  7. jfk35:

The last campaign.

    jfk35:

    The last campaign.

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    Tagged: about merfk
  9. thebigbadfox:

    Sexuality is fluid

    you are permitted a maximum of one 3.4 oz (100 ml) bottle of sexuality per passenger, all bottles must be carried inside a ziplock bag and placed in a bin for inspection prior to boarding the aircraft

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  11. thosekennedys:

Eleanor Roosevelt with John F. Kennedy, late 1950’s

    thosekennedys:

    Eleanor Roosevelt with John F. Kennedy, late 1950’s

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    Tagged: jfk
  13. greatestgeneration:

Looted Art Treasures
General Dwight D Eisenhower, Supreme Allied commander, inspects art treasures looted by the Germans and stored away in the Merkers salt mine. Behind GEN Eisenhower are General Omar N. Bradley (left), CG of the 12th Army Group, and (right) LT Gen George S. Patton, Jr, CG, 3rd U.S. Army. 4/12/45. RG 111-SC-204516

    greatestgeneration:

    Looted Art Treasures

    General Dwight D Eisenhower, Supreme Allied commander, inspects art treasures looted by the Germans and stored away in the Merkers salt mine. Behind GEN Eisenhower are General Omar N. Bradley (left), CG of the 12th Army Group, and (right) LT Gen George S. Patton, Jr, CG, 3rd U.S. Army. 4/12/45.
    RG 111-SC-204516

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  15. donkos:

    reading a foreign language: yeah
    writing in a foreign language: ok
    listening to a foreign language: wait
    speaking in a foreign language: fuck

  16. OREGON TRAIL: U.S. PRESIDENT EDITION (Round 1)

    ladyhistory:

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    WE’RE GOING AS POOR-ASS TEACHERS

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    WE’RE GOING TO GERALD  FORD IT

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  17. Abigail, how goes it with you?

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  19. We’re staring the Reconstruction section of my Civil War class and I think that calls for an icon change.

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  21. bunniesandbeheadings:

Facsimile of a letter from Maximilien Robespierre to a local Patriotic Society, dated 19 April 1790.

    bunniesandbeheadings:

    Facsimile of a letter from Maximilien Robespierre to a local Patriotic Society, dated 19 April 1790.

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    Tagged: robespierre
  23. johnkennedys:

but first let me take a #SELFIE

    johnkennedys:

    but first let me take a #SELFIE

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  25. huffingtonpost:

    Homeless shelter is transformed into 5-star restaurant, hot food and warm hearts all around.  See the full video here. 

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  27. pbsthisdayinhistory:

April 14, 1865: Abraham Lincoln Is Shot
On this day in 1865, John Wilkes Booth, a supporter of the Confederacy and of slavery, shot Lincoln as the president and his wife watched a performance at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C.
The president died the next morning, and Vice President Andrew Johnson entered the nation’s highest office.
Chronicle the life of the 16th President of the United States with American Experience’s Abraham Lincoln biography. 
Photo: An 1863 daguerreotype of Lincoln, at the age of 54.

    pbsthisdayinhistory:

    April 14, 1865: Abraham Lincoln Is Shot

    On this day in 1865, John Wilkes Booth, a supporter of the Confederacy and of slavery, shot Lincoln as the president and his wife watched a performance at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C.

    The president died the next morning, and Vice President Andrew Johnson entered the nation’s highest office.

    Chronicle the life of the 16th President of the United States with American Experience’s Abraham Lincoln biography

    Photo: An 1863 daguerreotype of Lincoln, at the age of 54.

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