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Vintage et cancrelats: Edwin Howland Blashfield : Red Cross Christmas Roll Call, 1918

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Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Women in WW1 Page 12

Remember the girl behind the man behind the gun--Y. War Work Council / M.

Here's a classic image of a caring nurse and a dashing wounded soldier on the cover of the August 23, 1941 issue. The Star Weekly was a Canadian newsmagazine published by the Toronto Star.

This is a classic image of a heroic wounded devil-may-care soldier, and his caring nurse, dated August The Star Weekly was a Canadian newsmagazine published by the Toronto Star.

"Kepp Them Flying!" ~ WWII era WAAAF recruiting poster.

This is a recruiting poster for the WAAAF, with an image of a uniformed WAAAF in the centre.

Rebecca, Augusta and Rosa. Slave children from New Orleans. After the Civil War photos of former slave children were used to raise money to help them.

Vintage ww2 poster

O'er the ramparts we watch : United States Army Air Forces by Jes Wilhelm Schlaikjer (US,

Vintage WWI Red Cross Poster

26 Vintage Red Cross Posters from WWI - red cross posters

$ This simulation helps students understand the obstacles faced by pioneers traveling along the Oregon Trail.  It includes: -30 slide simulation game -supply price list -choice chart -simulation directions -budgets and family profile -extension activities

Oregon Trail Simulation

This simulation helps students understand the obstacles faced by pioneers traveling along the Oregon trail. It is important for the students to understand that traveling was not easy.

Fundraiser organizers used lighter skinned mixed race slave children as part of an campaign to raise money for African American schools in the 1860s. They believed that lighter skinned slaves would garner more sympathy, and in turn more money, for their cause.

"Rosa, Rebecca, Augusta", In 1863 and eight former slaves toured the northern states to raise money for impoverished African-American schools in New Orleans; four children with mixed-race ancestry and pale complexions were deliberately incl

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