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Louisiana Presentation Flag. The Lake Providence Cadets would become Company C, 4th Louisiana Infantry.  After organization on May 25, 1861, the 4th received orders to serve on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.  Through the summer, the companies were divided up between camps at Pascagoula, Biloxi, Pass Christian, Mississippi City, and Ship Island.  After the evacuation of Ship Island in September, the regiment moved to Franklin and Brashear City to protect the lower Atchafalaya River and Bayou…

Louisiana Presentation Flag. The Lake Providence Cadets would become Company C, 4th Louisiana Infantry. After organization on May 25, 1861, the 4th received orders to serve on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Through the summer, the companies were divided up between camps at Pascagoula, Biloxi, Pass Christian, Mississippi City, and Ship Island. After the evacuation of Ship Island in September, the regiment moved to Franklin and Brashear City to protect the lower Atchafalaya River and Bayou…

Louisiana Presentation Flag. The Lake Providence Cadets would become Company C, 4th Louisiana Infantry. After organization on May 25, 1861, the 4th received orders to serve on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Through the summer, the companies were divided up between camps at Pascagoula, Biloxi, Pass Christian, Mississippi City, and Ship Island. After the evacuation of Ship Island in September, the regiment moved to Franklin and Brashear City to protect the lower Atchafalaya River and Bayou Te...

Louisiana Presentation Flag. The Lake Providence Cadets would become Company C, 4th Louisiana Infantry. After organization on May 25, 1861, the 4th received orders to serve on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Through the summer, the companies were divided up between camps at Pascagoula, Biloxi, Pass Christian, Mississippi City, and Ship Island. After the evacuation of Ship Island in September, the regiment moved to Franklin and Brashear City to protect the lower Atchafalaya River and Bayou Te...

Image of seal: "Seal of the Canal Zone Isthmus of Panama-The Land Divided the World United."

Image of seal: "Seal of the Canal Zone Isthmus of Panama-The Land Divided the World United."

In Atlantic time, 7000-3900 BC, the sea level rose so much that northern Denmark was divided into islands and deep fjords carved into the country. A dense forest spread with linden as the dominant tree. The population lived mainly along the coasts and lived primarily on seafood, supplemented by hunting and hunting seals and other marine mammals.

In Atlantic time, 7000-3900 BC, the sea level rose so much that northern Denmark was divided into islands and deep fjords carved into the country. A dense forest spread with linden as the dominant tree. The population lived mainly along the coasts and lived primarily on seafood, supplemented by hunting and hunting seals and other marine mammals.

Map of Athabascan languages. Athabascan is a large family of indigenous languages in North America. It is divided into three groups based largely on geographic distribution: Northern Athabascan, Southern Athabascan, and Pacific Coast Athabascan. The Pacific Coast Athabaskan languages  spoken in southern Oregon are: Upper Umpqua, Tututni, and Galice-Applegate.  The Pacific Coast Athabaskan languages  spoken in southern northern California are: Tolowa, Hupa, Mattole, Eel River, and Kato. LBD

Map of Athabascan languages. Athabascan is a large family of indigenous languages in North America. It is divided into three groups based largely on geographic distribution: Northern Athabascan, Southern Athabascan, and Pacific Coast Athabascan. The Pacific Coast Athabaskan languages spoken in southern Oregon are: Upper Umpqua, Tututni, and Galice-Applegate. The Pacific Coast Athabaskan languages spoken in southern northern California are: Tolowa, Hupa, Mattole, Eel River, and Kato. LBD

The beautiful new Miles Davis stamp!    The newly-announced Miles Davis stamp’s West Coast issue will be honored during "A Celebration of Miles Davis" on Wednesday, June 27. The stamp will be issued as a Forever stamp in June. Art director Greg Breeding designed the stamp using a black-and-white photo of Davis, from 1970, by David Gahr.

The beautiful new Miles Davis stamp! The newly-announced Miles Davis stamp’s West Coast issue will be honored during "A Celebration of Miles Davis" on Wednesday, June 27. The stamp will be issued as a Forever stamp in June. Art director Greg Breeding designed the stamp using a black-and-white photo of Davis, from 1970, by David Gahr.

Iceland. The Hornstrandir nature reserve is a place of magnificent untouched beauty and wild life. The sheer basalt mountains stretch from the sea to the sky, divided by deep fjords, secluded alcoves and valleys. At the coastline the relentless power of the ocean has molded towering sea cliffs richly populated by birds and many of the alcoves and scurries of the coast are home to an abundance of seals. Inland the  glaciers of the last ice age have hewn ancient mountain passes and lakes.

Iceland. The Hornstrandir nature reserve is a place of magnificent untouched beauty and wild life. The sheer basalt mountains stretch from the sea to the sky, divided by deep fjords, secluded alcoves and valleys. At the coastline the relentless power of the ocean has molded towering sea cliffs richly populated by birds and many of the alcoves and scurries of the coast are home to an abundance of seals. Inland the glaciers of the last ice age have hewn ancient mountain passes and lakes.

Ghost town 2: Varosha is in the Turkish occupied city of Famagusta in Cyprus. It was previously a modern tourist area. In the year of 1974 however, the Turkish invaded Cyprus and tore up the island. Citizens fled, expecting to be able to return to their homes within days. The Turkish military wrapped it in barbed wire and now controls it completely. The buildings are slowly falling apart. On the positive side, rare sea turtles have begun nesting on the deserted beaches.

Ghost town 2: Varosha is in the Turkish occupied city of Famagusta in Cyprus. It was previously a modern tourist area. In the year of 1974 however, the Turkish invaded Cyprus and tore up the island. Citizens fled, expecting to be able to return to their homes within days. The Turkish military wrapped it in barbed wire and now controls it completely. The buildings are slowly falling apart. On the positive side, rare sea turtles have begun nesting on the deserted beaches.

Famagusta gost town....

Famagusta gost town....

Once a lively tourist haven in the city of Famagusta, Varosha  has remained abandoned and strictly off-limits to urban explorers since the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus.  It’s a far cry from the days when the elegant hotels and restaurants along JFK Boulevard and Leonidas hosted the likes Dame Elizabeth Taylor, with the abandoned buildings of Varosha now crumbling in ways that remind of The World Without Us.

7 Eerie Abandoned Resorts and Holiday Destinations

Once a lively tourist haven in the city of Famagusta, Varosha has remained abandoned and strictly off-limits to urban explorers since the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus. It’s a far cry from the days when the elegant hotels and restaurants along JFK Boulevard and Leonidas hosted the likes Dame Elizabeth Taylor, with the abandoned buildings of Varosha now crumbling in ways that remind of The World Without Us.

Watched over by ruins | Beach in Famagusta, occupied Cyprus.… | Flickr

Watched over by ruins | Beach in Famagusta, occupied Cyprus.… | Flickr

Famagusta waiting....

Famagusta waiting....

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