Fourth Amendment 4th amendment United States Constitution print President Trump Legal wall art America US USA art Probable Cause Searches Seizures History Teachers poster Back to School Civil Rights
The Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution. Printed in a matte finish on Kodak Professional Endura Paper in a matte finish and mailed to you directly from the printer. Track & Confirm tracking numbers are provided at no additional charge. Mat and frame are not included. * This item is not made of metal, parchment, wood, or leather. It is an art print. 🙂 All art is made in the USA. © 2017 Lois D…
MLK Jr Quotation in Renaissance Calligraphy Fine Art Reproduction Print
Fine art print reproduction of my original artwork, which is a hand-lettered quotation from Martin Luther King Jr.: “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in times of comfort and convenience, but where had stands in times of challenge and controversy.” The original artwork was done in sumi ink on genuine calfskin parchment, in a traditional Renaissance style….
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This Seated Abraham Lincoln figurine is approximately 8 1/8″ tall, 7.25″ wide and 6.25″ deep. This Seated Abraham Lincoln figurine is made of designer composite resin, hand painted and polished individually. Color Tone may vary. This is colossal seated figure of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) sculpted by Daniel Chester French (1850-1931) and carved by the Piccirilli Brothers. It is sit…
Writing with Scissors: American Scrapbooks from the Civil War to the Harlem Renaissance
Men and women 150 years ago grappled with information overload by making scrapbooks-the ancestors of Google and blogging. From Abraham Lincoln to Susan B. Anthony, African American janitors to farmwomen, abolitionists to Confederates, people cut out and pasted down their reading. Writing with Scissors opens a new window into the feelings and thoughts of ordinary and extraordinary Americans. Like u…
The Renaissance (Social Studies Readers)
The Renaissance was a time of cultural rebirth. Readers will learn all about Renaissance life and Renaissance education in this engaging title that explores how artists created masterpieces and explored subjects like music, architecture, Renaissance religion, and new artistic movements like naturalism. The intriguing facts and beautiful images allow readers to see examples of Renaissance art from …
Birmingham Travel: The Renaissance Of A Once-Dying City (Huffington post)
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — It feels like Birmingham finally is emerging from the
shadows cast by the ugly racial violence of 1963.
Long haunted by black-and-white newsreel footage of the fire hoses and police
dogs city leaders turned on blacks demonstrating for civil rights, the city
has a new vibe that’s generating buzz all its own 50 years later.
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what is your favorite era in history and what attracts you to it?
it can be any time and you can pick more than one if needed…
i like the French Revolution, 1970’s, the Renaissance, Civil-War Era (American) and the Industrial Revolution.
French Revolution was like…crazy. i love learning about it. not so much the napoleanic era that comes afterwards but the reign of Louis the XIV to the XVI.
i like the Seventies. i don’t agree much with what went on, (such as some of the cultural “revolutions” that went on) but its a great time period to learn about anyways.
And i love the civil war and industrial-revolution eras because there is such a notable change from the 1700’s, I think. like everything shifted. And the civil war is an amazing thing to learn about
thats true catwoman i agree. those are two of my favorite also ;]
My favorites are the Civil Rights Movement and the WWII. CRM because its the best and worst of America. WWII because its unlike any other war, with dynamic chartchers and a good v. evil vibe.