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An abandoned planation home in Bostwick, Georgia. A preserved slave shack is right down the road. nice architecture

An abandoned planation home in Bostwick, Georgia. A preserved slave shack is right down the road. nice architecture (windows -relationship between windows and front door)

Black History Continues Into March: Bloody Sunday Anniversary Celebrated In Selma, Alabama With VP Joey B. & U.S. Rep John Lewis Along With Estimated 5000 Marchers.

March Civil rights' marchers cross the Alabama river on the Edmund Pettus Bridge at Selma, 8 abreast. Led by Dr., this is the start of their march to Montgomery, Alabama's capital. Photo: AP in Selma, AL

Abandoned Mansion- Penang, Malaysia

Abandoned colonial mansion, Penang, Malaysia - I'm sure we stayed here the night until Andy found a beach hotel with a bar in the swimming pool.

Memorial to Martin Luther King at the start of the Selma-Montgomery march. Selma, Alabama, USA

Memorial to Martin Luther King at the start of the Selma-Montgomery march. Selma, Alabama, USA,Part of gallery of color pictures of USA by professional photographer QT Luong, available as prints or for licensing.

Once the lifeblood of large estates and farms throughout the American South and East, antebellum plantations today serve as windows into one of the most controversial eras of U.S. history. Though many

Once the lifeblood of large estates and farms throughout the American South and East, antebellum plantations today serve as windows into one of the most controversial eras of U.

Natchez Mississippi MS 1920 "Elmscourt" Antebellum Home Antique Vintage Postcard

Natchez Mississippi MS 1920 "Elmscourt" Antebellum Home Antique Vintage Postcard Natchez Mississippi MS "Elmscourt" Antebellum home. Unused Albertype antique vintage postcard in excellent condit

Lacoste Plantation House in 1938, St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana

Lacoste plantation, Bernard Parrish, Louisiana, near the area where Capt. James Pace fought the battle of New Orleans under General Andrew Jackson.

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