Blog Posts - Early Settlers



Antelope Island State Park

3 June 2013From Dinosaur National Park I drove west on US 40 toward Salt Lake City.  I had in mind to visit the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge but I soon began to realize I was not going to see much more than gulls this time of year.  So...
by Squirrel's View on Jan 26, 2014

Photoprint for Sale: Historic Mangungu Mission House 1838, Northland, New Zealand.

This is an original photoprint from my personal collectionSize of image is 30cm x 46cm (12" x 18").Price is $NZ 50.00 inc. urban p. and p. in NZ.Please contact me at donovan@ihug.co.nz or 09 4159 701.© DON DONOVAN. donovan@ihug.co.nz  www. don-...
by Don Donovan's World on Sep 6, 2013

Jeju University Cultural Heritage Center Designed by poly.m.ur

The Jeju University Cultural Heritage Center is visible mighty as an attempt to perform the cultural value of the traditional artifacts which are exhibited in this place. The building is perfectly designed by poly.m.ur. Stands in 38,500 square feet,...
by Creative Home Idea. Com on Oct 5, 2011

Fairbanks, Alaska

Geological sketch map of Katoomba, 1901 and a brief history of coal mining at Katoomba Image by Blue Mountains Library – Local Studies Format: Document, map, on paper Rights Info: No known copyright restrictions Repository: Blue Mountains City...
by Home and Garden Online on Feb 6, 2011

Japanese Tattoo Art – The Tattoo As a Part of Underworld Gangsters

Land of rising sun, it describes how the Japanese. This is where various people are, popular celebrities, experts electronics, robots and gangsters. In addition, culture and tradition have a huge impact on their daily lives. The Japanese are also ver...
by Body Art Tattoos on Dec 22, 2010

Japanese Tattoo Art – The Tattoo As a Part of Underworld Gangsters

Land of rising sun, it describes how the Japanese. This is where various people are, popular celebrities, experts electronics, robots and gangsters. In addition, culture and tradition have a huge impact on their daily lives. The Japanese are also ver...
by arttattoodesigns on Dec 21, 2010

Thanksgiving Day: Nov. 25, 2010

In the fall of 1621, the Pilgrims, early settlers of Plymouth Colony, held a three-day feast to celebrate a bountiful harvest, an event many regard as the nation's first Thanksgiving. Historians have also recorded ceremonies of thanks among other gro...


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