Christine Fisher

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In Cloth Fair, next to Smithfield Market, 1875.  In Oliver Twist, Dickens describes the scene as Oliver and Bill Sikes travel through the Smithfield live-cattle market on their way to burglarize the Maylie home

In Cloth Fair, next to Smithfield Market, 1875. In Oliver Twist, Dickens describes the scene as Oliver and Bill Sikes travel through the Smithfield live-cattle market on their way to burglarize the Maylie home

In line for bread during Great Depression This helped the homeless people in towns and cities but didn't get very far a field into the farms and rural homeless. some people fell through the cracks. Lyndon Johnson  made some important actions toward making the hunger problem easier but now in 2013 hunger has noticed to have gotten down to the children and if we didn't have free food at school many children would not have any real food. Thank you Pres. Johnson

In line for bread during Great Depression This helped the homeless people in towns and cities but didn't get very far a field into the farms and rural homeless. some people fell through the cracks. Lyndon Johnson made some important actions toward making the hunger problem easier but now in 2013 hunger has noticed to have gotten down to the children and if we didn't have free food at school many children would not have any real food. Thank you Pres. Johnson

1909, the Lower East Side. Back then it was a ghetto, the section of the city for poor Eastern European Jews.

1909, the Lower East Side. Back then it was a ghetto, the section of the city for poor Eastern European Jews.

San Francisco's Great  Earthquake and Fire of 1906 "Not in history has a modern imperial city been so completely destroyed. San Francisco is gone. Nothing remains of it but memories..." -Jack London

San Francisco's Great Earthquake and Fire of 1906 "Not in history has a modern imperial city been so completely destroyed. San Francisco is gone. Nothing remains of it but memories..." -Jack London

Hoarders 1947: The Collyers were wealthy and eccentric brothers. Both were found dead among 130 tons of junk after complaints of a foul odor. It appeared that Langley had been crawling through the mess to bring food to his paralyzed brother & was crushed by one of his own booby traps. Homer,blind, paralyzed & dependent on his brother,starved to death just hours before police arrived.

Hoarders 1947: The Collyers were wealthy and eccentric brothers. Both were found dead among 130 tons of junk after complaints of a foul odor. It appeared that Langley had been crawling through the mess to bring food to his paralyzed brother & was crushed by one of his own booby traps. Homer,blind, paralyzed & dependent on his brother,starved to death just hours before police arrived.

The first president photographed for his inauguration was Lincoln. John Wilkes Booth is also in the picture.   - 13 Facts that Will Change the Way you Look at President Lincoln - Interesting Facts and Fun Facts - OMG Facts

The first president photographed for his inauguration was Lincoln. John Wilkes Booth is also in the picture. - 13 Facts that Will Change the Way you Look at President Lincoln - Interesting Facts and Fun Facts - OMG Facts

A closeup of a photo taken at Abraham Lincoln's second Inauguration (March 4, 1865). Amongst the on-lookers was John Wilkes Booth, the man who would kill Lincoln just over one month later. Each man is circled.

A closeup of a photo taken at Abraham Lincoln's second Inauguration (March 4, 1865). Amongst the on-lookers was John Wilkes Booth, the man who would kill Lincoln just over one month later. Each man is circled.