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Christopher Columbus being greeted by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella on his return to Spain.

King Edward I "The Longshanks" imposes his authority on Wales in 1277. Five years later, in 1282, the Welsh rise against him. s03

King Edward I "The Longshanks" imposes his authority on Wales in Five years later, in the Welsh rise against him.

▶ Kapteeni Cook 2/2 - YouTube (video 8.35).

▶ Kapteeni Cook 2/2 - YouTube (video 8.35).

▶ Humboldt Amerikassa 2/2 - YouTube (video 9.03).

▶ Humboldt Amerikassa 2/2 - YouTube (video 9.03).

▶ Siperian halki Alaskaan 2/2 - YouTube (video 9.18).

▶ Siperian halki Alaskaan 2/2 - YouTube (video 9.18).

The world observed through eyes that see: 6.000 years of fake history…

The cow were originated in Europe, some in india, Christopher Columbus, he brought the first cow to the new word back in 1493 on his second voyage.

General Baldomero Espartero

Painting of Spanish statesman and general Baldomero Espartero, by Antonio Mª Esquivel (Sevilla 1806 - Madrid

This cool food map was advertised in Woman 's Day Oct. 7, 1937. We're looking for a copy!

This cool food map was advertised in Woman 's Day Oct.

▶ Kapteeni Cook 1/2 - YouTube (video 14.59).

▶ Kapteeni Cook 1/2 - YouTube (video 14.59).

▶ Humboldt Amerikassa 1/2 - YouTube (video 14.40).

▶ Humboldt Amerikassa 1/2 - YouTube (video 14.40).

Morte e mortos na Mesopotâmia

Morte e mortos na Mesopotâmia

Window display for “Milk Week,” Madison, Wisconsin, 1920s.  In the 1920s, home economics extension agents throughout the state sponsored campaigns to support Wisconsin’s dairy industry by encouraging schoolchildren to drink more milk. The sign in the foreground of this “Milk Week” display includes a quote from Herbert Hoover: “The white race cannot survive without Dairy Products.”  via: Home Economics to Human Ecology: A Centennial History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Window display for “Milk Week,” Madison, Wisconsin, In the home economics extension agents throughout the state sponsored campaigns to support Wisconsin’s dairy industry by encouraging.

Scene by scene.  The Bayeux Tapestry (Tapisserie de Bayeux) is an embroidered cloth—not an actual tapestry—nearly 70 metres (230 ft) long, which depicts the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England concerning William, Duke of Normandy and Harold, Earl of Wessex, later King of England, and culminating in the Battle of Hastings.

The Battle of Hastings Scene 7 - With Harold dead, the battle is over. The victorious Normans chase the remaining English from the battlefield. The final scene from the tapestry has been lost. It may have shown William being crowned King of England.

Free Christopher Columbus Mini Pack contains over 30 pages, for ages 2 to 7 by 3Dinosaurs.com

free Christopher Columbus Mini Pack contains over 30 pages, for ages 2 to 7

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