History In Pictures
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We just shared a story you’ve never read of Rosa Parks on our discord, and she’s one of our NFTs being released in December. Go to the link in bio and click the link to join our community and be first to get access! Click link https://t.co/wkP6r9Et50 https://t.co/NAFTf7rmHr
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There are a hand full of categories that many experts have agreed will win and have longevity in this space. HISTORY is one of them. Tupacs rare photos is just one example. If you want to be a part of the largest History community in the NFT space join https://t.co/jpUH1uIIc7 https://t.co/VC1cXomiPK
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‘Afghan girl’ photographed by Steve McCurry in 1984. This photo of Sharbat Gula became one of the most iconic photographs ever taken - it ended up on the front cover of National Geographic and became it’s most successful edition. https://t.co/QUrg5P7bRX
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At the end of her life, Eva Perón was suffering from painful cancer and displaying erratic behavior, and her lobotomy may have been a way to treat both problems.
https://t.co/IElUqZ6kFq
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When Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield met for a second time on June 28, 1997, Tyson gave the crowd plenty to chew on.
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The Great Plague of 1665 killed about 100,000 Londoners, but it wasn't the only cause of death. Winde, quinsie, head mould shot, and livergrown all took their toll too.
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