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Pull-apart bread

Pull-apart bread

They're amazingly good too.

They're amazingly good too.

Historic Photographs Of "White" Slaves

Historic Photographs Of "White" Slaves

“Every Wind”, c. 1910. She is an Ojibwe (aka Ojibwe, aka Ojibway, aka Chippewa, aka Annishinabe), a peoples based in much of Canada and the US, including Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin. (soul radiance)

“Every Wind”, c. 1910. She is an Ojibwe (aka Ojibwe, aka Ojibway, aka Chippewa, aka Annishinabe), a peoples based in much of Canada and the US, including Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin. (soul radiance)

Pocahontas (born Matoaka, and later known as Rebecca Rolfe, c. 1595 – March 1617) was a Virginia Indian

Pocahontas (born Matoaka, and later known as Rebecca Rolfe, c. 1595 – March 1617) was a Virginia Indian

If all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit, for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to the man. All things are connected.  -Chief Seattle of the Suwamish tribe.(The only known photograph of Chief Seattle, taken 1864)

If all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit, for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to the man. All things are connected. -Chief Seattle of the Suwamish tribe.(The only known photograph of Chief Seattle, taken 1864)

Rare Photograph Of Slave.  A haunting 150-year-old photo found in a North Carolina attic shows a young black child named John, barefoot and wearing ragged clothes, perched on a barrel next to another unidentified young boy.  In April, the photo was found at a moving sale in Charlotte, accompanied by a document detailing the sale of John for one thousand five hundred dollars- not a small sum in 1854.

Rare Photograph Of Slave. A haunting 150-year-old photo found in a North Carolina attic shows a young black child named John, barefoot and wearing ragged clothes, perched on a barrel next to another unidentified young boy. In April, the photo was found at a moving sale in Charlotte, accompanied by a document detailing the sale of John for one thousand five hundred dollars- not a small sum in 1854.