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Images Dated 28th April 2020

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The Battle Between Cribb and Molineaux, September 28, 1811, October 3, 1811 Featured 28 Apr 2020 Print

The Battle Between Cribb and Molineaux, September 28, 1811, October 3, 1811

The Battle Between Cribb and Molineaux, September 28, 1811, October 3, 1811. Cribb's second was John Gully and his bottle-holder Joe Ward. Molineaux's second was Bill Richmond, Bill Gibbons his bottleholder with referee John Jackson

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The Great Mississippi Steamboat Race-From New Orleans to St. Louis, July 1870-Between t Featured 28 Apr 2020 Print

The Great Mississippi Steamboat Race-From New Orleans to St. Louis, July 1870-Between t

The Great Mississippi Steamboat Race-From New Orleans to St. Louis, July 1870-Between the R.E. Lee, Captain John W. Cannon and Natchez Captain Leathers-Won by the R.E. Lee, Time: 3 Days 18 Hours and 30 Minutes; Distance 1210 Miles., 1872-74

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Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!-Patrick Henry delivering his great speech on the Rights Featured 28 Apr 2020 Print

Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!-Patrick Henry delivering his great speech on the Rights

Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!-Patrick Henry delivering his great speech on the Rights of the Colonies, before the Virginia Assembly, convened at Richmond, March 23rd, 1775. Concluding with the above sentiment, which became the war cry of the Revolution, 1876

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