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Hariata (the wife of Hare Pomare, the son of Pomare II, of Ngati Manu) with her son, Albert Victor, at Windsor Castle, 1863 - by William Bambridge. During the first tour of the UK by Maori people, the Queen noticed that Hariata Pomare was pregnant and expressed a wish to be the child's godmother. He was the first Maori known to have been born in England. Fascinating story at the link.
Hare and Hariata Pomare with their son Albert Victor, at Windsor Castle, England. Photo taken by the Mayall Studio ca 1863.
In honor of two American heroes, Richard and Mildred Loving, who asked only to be allowed to marry despite being of two races - and ultimately prevailed - here is a set of photos of them and their beautiful family.
40 Portraits de femmes qui ont fait changer le cours de l'histoire pour toujours : Photo d'une guerrière samouraï ( Fin du XIXème siècle). Photographie d’une femme japonaise en tenue de Samouraï. Vision extrêmement rare dans le vieux japon patriarcal.
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Four Maori women from Hawkes Bay
Eugène Atget - The Crinoline shop -1880
Eugene Atget/ The Crinoline Shop/ Paris, Fr., ca. 1860s
The man who saved the world... 50 years ago, at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, second-in-command Vasilli Arkhipov of the Soviet submarine B-59 refused to agree with his Captain's order to launch nuclear torpedos against US warships and setting off what might well have been a terminal superpower nuclear war. His story is finally being told - the BBC is airing a documentary on it.
Black Then | John Ware: Assisted in Establishing the Ranching Industry in Canada - Cowboy John Ware was best known for his ability to ride and train horses as well as bringing the first cattle to southern Alberta in 1882. He helped to create the ranching industry in the province. advertisement John Ware was born into slavery in South Carolina. However, after the American Civil War, he left the state for Texas where he learned his skills as a rancher and later became a cowboy.