American Indian Dog: It’s not a wolf, and it’s not a coyote; it’s an American Indian dog. These working companion animals were almost lost to history after our American Indians were segregated onto reservations, and often left without the resources necess
uncertaintimes: “ Thomas a Kempis. Nuremberg, Folger Shakespeare Library: This volume, one of a very few existing examples of a chain binding, still retains the remnant of the hand-wrought chain which fastened it securely to a shelf.
The 8 Most Painful Torture Devices Of The Middle Ages by Missjangs All That Is Interesting From the dreaded rack to the aptly-named head crusher, All That Is Interesting looks at the most grueling and painful torture devices of the Medieval era.
In the Victorian era they would often keep the body of an infant and, once it was mummified, they would dress the baby's body and keep it as a memento. It was the equivalent of the modern day taxidermy of a treasured pet.
Opposition to war was a big part of counterculture.This poster not only shows the anti-war sentiment of the decade, but also contains aspects of the hippie culture with the phrase "Make Love" and the peace symbol.