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Images Dated 6th July 2012

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PRINCE DEMETRIUS AUGUSTINE GALLITZIN (1770-1840). Russian-born Roman Catholic priest and missionary. Gallitzin at Loretto, Pennsylvania. Line engraving, 19th century Featured 6 Jul 2012 Image

PRINCE DEMETRIUS AUGUSTINE GALLITZIN (1770-1840). Russian-born Roman Catholic priest and missionary. Gallitzin at Loretto, Pennsylvania. Line engraving, 19th century

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POLAND: POZNAN, 1846. The city of Poznan (Posen in German) at the time of the uprising against the occupying Prussian forces in 1846. Wood engraving from a contemporary English newspaper Featured 6 Jul 2012 Image

POLAND: POZNAN, 1846. The city of Poznan (Posen in German) at the time of the uprising against the occupying Prussian forces in 1846. Wood engraving from a contemporary English newspaper

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NATIVE AMERICANS: SIGN LANGUAGE. The Shoshone chief Tendoy using signs to communicate with Huerito, an Apache chief, at Washington, D.C., April 1880: He is leaving in two more days (left) to return to his country, in Idaho, where there is much snow (right). Wood engravings from Sign Language Among the North American Indians, by Garrick Mallery, 1881 Featured 6 Jul 2012 Image

NATIVE AMERICANS: SIGN LANGUAGE. The Shoshone chief Tendoy using signs to communicate with Huerito, an Apache chief, at Washington, D.C., April 1880: He is leaving in two more days (left) to return to his country, in Idaho, where there is much snow (right). Wood engravings from Sign Language Among the North American Indians, by Garrick Mallery, 1881

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