Tuomas Heiskanen

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Largest ring discovered

This Greek Tomb Upended What We Thought We Knew About the Roots of Western Civilization The recent discovery of the grave of an ancient soldier is challenging accepted wisdom among archaeologists

Largest ring discovered

This Greek Tomb Upended What We Thought We Knew About the Roots of Western Civilization The recent discovery of the grave of an ancient soldier is challenging accepted wisdom among archaeologists

Porvoossa on löytynyt bakteereja vesijohtovedestä.

Porvoossa on löytynyt bakteereja vesijohtovedestä.

Mesmerizing Historical Photos From The Wild Wild West  | Historian Insight

Geronimo This 1884 cabinet card taken at the San Carlos Reservation in Arizona is the earliest known photo of Geronimo, which historian C. Sonnichsen captioned “the face that launched a hundred articles, stories, and novels.

Mesmerizing Historical Photos From The Wild Wild West  | Historian Insight

This rare carte de visite of Bloody Bill Anderson, one of the Civil War’s bloodiest pro-Confederate leaders, was made from the photo found on Anderson’s.

Mesmerizing Historical Photos From The Wild Wild West  | Historian Insight

thirtymilesout: “ Quanah Parker Last Chief of the Comanches Quanah died on February He is buried at the Fort Sill Cemetery, beside his mother,Cynthia Ann Parker, and sister. The inscription.

Mesmerizing Historical Photos From The Wild Wild West  | Historian Insight

Navajo family This famous photograph depicts Navajo Indians on their horses at the turn of the century. The picture was taken by Edward Curtis at Canyon de Chelly.Mesmerizing Historical Photos From The Wild Wild West

Mesmerizing Historical Photos From The Wild Wild West  | Historian Insight

Black Americans who were a part of the US Army were given the nickname, Buffalo Soldier by Indians in This became a staple in American history. The oldest living Buffalo Soldier passed in 2005 at the age of

Mesmerizing Historical Photos From The Wild Wild West  | Historian Insight

Probably the most famous photograph of a former Indian captive, taken after her ransom was paid in this photo of Mormon Olive Oatman reveals the blue cactus ink tattoo her Mohave captors gave to her to ensure a good afterlife.