Explore Mexican American War, Black Indians, and more!

la huella negra

Black Indians, Author & Historian William Katz by The Gist of Freedom

The Private Passion Of Jackie Kennedy Onassis: Portrait Of A Rider by Vicky Moon  www.pinkpillbox.com

The Private Passion of Jackie Kennedy Onassis: Portrait of a Rider by Vicky Moon

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson. The first woman to qualify as a doctor and surgeon in England and was the only female member of the British Medical Association for 19 years. She co-founded the New Hospital for Women, which was one of the first hospitals staffed by women. She also helped to found the London School of Medicine for Women.

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson - amazing what this lady did to progress women's rights, medicine and first female mayor in England - Suffolk progressive even then

Service to others is the rent you pay for your room hear on the Earth - Mohammed Ali

MUHAMMAD ALI Ali was a three-time heavyweight World Champion in boxing. Born Cassius Clay, he changed his name to Muhammad Ali after joining the Nation of Islam. Date: Photographer: Ira Rosenberg.

PATRICIA BATH, (Nov.4, 1942-Present)  Inventor - In 1981 she began work on  the "Laserphaco Probe." It utilized a laser and two tubes, one of which served for irrigation and the other for suctions (aspiration). The laser was used to make a small incision in the eye and the laser would quickly vaporize the cataracts. She was the 1st Black person to complete a residency in ophthalmology in 1970. Her parents instilled within her a feeling of opportunity and excitement for her future.

PATRICIA BATH, (Nov.4, 1942-Present) Inventor - In 1981 she began work on the "Laserphaco Probe." It utilized a laser and two tubes, one of which served for irrigation and the other for suctions (aspiration). The laser was used to make a small incision in the eye and the laser would quickly vaporize the cataracts. She was the 1st Black person to complete a residency in ophthalmology in 1970. Her parents instilled within her a feeling of opportunity and excitement for her future.

The first anaesthetic in childbirth On 19 January 1847, the Edinburgh obstetrician, James Young *Simpson (1811-1870), delivered the first child born to a mother anaesthetised with chloroform (half a teaspoon on a rag applied to the nose). The child was named Anaesthesia. It was so successful that, within a week, he had given it to 30 mothers. There followed many protests from those who believed that women were intended to 'bring forth children in sorrow', and that the pain of childbirth was…

HistoryWorld describes world history in interconnecting narratives and illustrated timelines.

The Godmother of Rock & Roll: Sister Rosetta Tharpe Live in Manchester, 1964

Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Godmother of Rock and Roll, Live in Manchester in 1964

Miriam Makeba and Dizzy Gillespie in concert, Deauville (Normandy, France), July 20, 1991.

Zenzile Miriam Makeba March 1932 – 9 November nicknamed Mama Africa, was a South African singer and civil rights activist.

Anubis, 1070-664 BC (Third Intermediate-Late Period) Egyptian faience.

Anubis, 1070-664 BC (Third Intermediate-Late Period) Egyptian faience.

Charbonnet Family, Mother & Son | Faubourg Treme, New Orleans. I know a trillion Charbonnets

Charbonnet Family, Mother & Son | Faubourg Treme, New Orleans. I know a trillion Charbonnets

Edmonia Lewis, First African-American and Native American Woman to Become a Lauded Sculptor

Edmonia Lewis, this American sculptor was a celebrated artist in her day until she receded from the spotlight.

Pinterest
Search