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This board is a celebration of brave, strong and clever men who are not often mentioned in the press or literature

Elijah Mccoy - Inventor & "The Real McCoy." Held 57 U. the folding ironing board and a lawn sprinkler. His oil-drip cup used in railroad locomotives became known as "The Real McCoy". Black History Facts, Black History Month, African American Inventors, By Any Means Necessary, Anthropologie, Black Pride, African Diaspora, We Are The World, My Black Is Beautiful

Elijah McCoy (1844-1929) - Find A Grave Memorial

Inventor. The son of runaway slaves, he was born in Canada in 1844 and went to school in Scotland where he served an apprenticeship in mechanical engineering. Unable to get work in that field, he went to work as a brakeman and foreman on trains running between Detroit and Ann Arbor. He started designing improvements in...

Bobby Henline the Well-Done Comedian. On April tragedy struck when Bobby's Humvee was hit by a roadside bomb just north of Bagdad. Of five men in the vehicle, Bobby was the only survivor. Bobby believes that God kept him alive for a reason. My Champion, Bagdad, Support Our Troops, Military Life, Military Quotes, Real Hero, American Soldiers, God Bless America, Way Of Life

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God bless you! And thank you for your service. May The Lord give you peace.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Vivien Thomas, African-American surgical technician who developed the procedures used to treat blue baby syndrome in the Thomas was also offered the position of Chief of Surgery at his alma mater, Johns Hopkins in Black History Month, Black History Facts, Strange History, We Are The World, In This World, Moda Afro, Photo Star, By Any Means Necessary, Black Art

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Who saved the most lives in history. We profile lifesaving scientists and their discoveries.

Vintage Trucks Willie Reed, who risked his life to testify in the Emmett Till murder trial, dies at 76 - The Washington Post - Mr. Reed risked his life to testify in a trial that helped galvanize the civil rights movement. Black History Facts, Black History Month, Strange History, Emmett Till, African American Culture, Civil Rights Movement, African Diaspora, Thing 1, African American History

Willie Reed, who risked his life to testify in the Emmett Till murder trial, dies at 76

Mr. Reed risked his life to testify in a trial that helped galvanize the civil rights movement.

Funny pictures about Faith in humanity momentarily restored. Oh, and cool pics about Faith in humanity momentarily restored. Also, Faith in humanity momentarily restored. We Are The World, In This World, I Smile, Make Me Smile, Believe, Human Kindness, Kindness Matters, Touching Stories, Sweet Stories

Love these heart warming stories of these people with incredible souls... Just can't get enough of them!!!

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John Burns veteran of the War of When the Battle of Gettysburg started in his backyard on July the 70 year old grabbed his musket and joined a Union regiment fighting the Confederates. He was wounded three times but survived. Old West, Cultura General, War Of 1812, The Lone Ranger, America Civil War, Civil War Photos, Le Far West, Gettysburg, Interesting History

John Burns. Veteran of the War of 1812. On July 1, 1863 a Civil War battle - Gettysburg - started in his back yard. Grabbed his musket and joined the Union Army in the fight. Wounded three times but survived. Passed away at the age of 79.

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General Parker was, and remains the highest ranking African American Military In. General Parker was, and remains the highest ranking African American Military Intelligence Officer in the history of the Army. He is one of 3 African . Black History Facts, Black History Month, Kings & Queens, Famous Black, African Diaspora, We Are The World, My Black Is Beautiful, American Soldiers, Crime

General Parker was, and remains the highest ranking African American Military Intelligence Officer in the history of the Army. He is one of 3 African Americans in the Military Intelligence Branch to attain the rank of general officer. He was born in New Braunfels, Texas. Upon completion of the Reserve Officers Training Corps curriculum and the educational course of study at Prairie View A University in 1955, he was commissioned a second lieutenant of Infantry Chemistry.

Chief Flying Horse, the older brother of the minor Sitting Bull charged into Captain Henry Jackson's men, knowing full well he would be killed but his actions permitted enough time for women and children to get further away. The original American soldier Native American Wisdom, Native American History, American Indians, American Symbols, American Freedom, Native American Tribes, American Soldiers, Old West, American Photo

Older brother of Sitting Bull... gave His Life to save Women and Children, buried in a mass grave at Wounded Knee.

 Dakota Meyer, first living Marine since the Vietnam War recipient of the Medal of Honor. He rescued 36 Marines, soldiers, and Afghan soldiers during six hours of combat. Real Hero, My Hero, Gi Joe, We Are The World, American Soldiers, American Veterans, Military Life, Military Army, American Pride

Let's Hire Our Heroes

It's not easy coming home from war. I wondered why any employer would have a need for a Marine sniper. But then I thought about the other skills I bring ...