[Homemade] Native American frybread
It’s not perfect – needed to unpack boxes to make room. This is my entire collection of American Civil War novels. There’s nonfiction and fiction. I love this collection 📚 ❤️
Bought my first American classic today, a 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1.
The only marked grave of an African American, who was enslaved, in Pine Hill Cemetery [Auburn, Alabama]
Pan American Health Organization; DC; Roman Fresnedo Siri, 1968 (1600 x 1200)
House on Loon Lake – This American Life
Just a reminder that 75 years ago today, REAL American Patriots fought against, killed, and were killed by Nazis in the beaches of Normandy, France.
“American Tobacco Campus” [600×400] in downtown Durham, NC at sunset.
Incoming! American Wigeons over the Bitterroot Valley
7.62×39 brothers galil ace and american ranch.
CZ 452 American – My hunt for a lefty 452 .22lr is finally over! [OC]
Double smash, american, caramelized onion, special sauce
American Crow [4896×3672][OC]
Fluffy American Bison (OC)
“Union” ribbon worn by a supporter dedicated to keeping Missouri in the Union during the American Civil War, c. 1860-1861. [5452×1618]
Japanese battleship Haruna under attack by American bombers in the harbor of Kure naval base. July 28, 1945. 65 crew members were lost in the attack. [2048 x 2342]
Direct of a North American B-25 Mitchell American bomber on a Japanese escort ship. November 10, 1944 in Ormoc Bay. [1536 x 1802]
[OC] Grave of American Explorer, William Clark. Bellefontaine Cemetery St. Louis, MO [1960×4032]
Abandoned American Dream
U.S. Army regulation M1864 non-rigid knapsack of the type worn by Union soldiers in the later years of the American Civil War, c. 1864-1870. [5696×3880]
The peaceful, beautiful and immaculate Florence American Cemetery and Memorial in Tuscany, Italy. [OC]
Cartridge box carried by Patriot soldier Zaccheus Bemis during the American Revolutionary War, c. 1775-1783. [8688×5792]
Felt like sharing a pic of my m1. If anyone has any tips or tricks for these please let me know. Also yes I took a shit load of pictures of this old girl in an American flag in the… Continue Reading
A stereoscopic camera from 1864, used to take 3-D photos of the American Civil War. Thousands of “stereo view” photos were made during the war, letting people far from the front see it more intimately. [1198×799]
Early American Edition of Mark Twain’s “Following the Equator” (Poor/Fair Condition)