These Anthropomorphic Seeds were so cool we couldn`t resist sharing them with you. “We are American Wonders We are The Earliest and Best” – just a perfectly modest slogan.
Newspaper boys, or as they were called “newsboys”, were the main distributors of newspapers from the middle of 19th to the early 20th century in the United States. These boys pose for Lewis Wickes Hine in New Haven, Connecticut on March 8, 1909. The smallest newsboy is 10 years old and by that age he…
This is the first picture of Native Americans ever taken at the White House. It was taken on Dec. 31, 1857. This was the first time Ponka chief Iron Whip met with President James Buchanan. Indians were determined to negotiate the sale of Ponka territory with the President of the United States like equal sides.
The Cree was one of the largest groups of First Nations in the Northen America. Today, they live mostly in Canada and in USA in Montana. This photo was captured by the famous American West photographer Edward Sheriff Curtis in 1926.