December 26, 1862 -38 Dakota Warriors were hung in the U.S.A. becoming the largest mass execution still remaining today. The hanging happened in Mankato, Minnesota. Abraham Lincoln signed the papers to have 40 men hung because of the Dakota Uprising. The U.S. did not follow through with their agreement on The Treaty of 1851.

December 26, 1862 -38 Dakota Warriors were hung in the U.S.A. becoming the largest mass execution still remaining today. The hanging happened in Mankato, Minnesota. Abraham Lincoln signed the papers to have 40 men hung because of the Dakota Uprising. The U.S. did not follow through with their agreement on The Treaty of 1851.

I miss you Faith mommy loves you

I miss you Faith mommy loves you

Vincent Schiavelli (November 11, 1948 – December 26, 2005) entertained us wonderfully for the 34 years of his acting career. As I mentioned about Mr. Art LaFleur in the above listing, I will likewise always remember Mr. Schiavelli mostly for his role as the bumbling idiot Russian spy Dimitri, who gaffed his way through Rescue From Gilligan's Island in 1978. This character bore an amazing resemblance to Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat. Ivan and Dimitri really made that movie hilarious for me with…

Vincent Schiavelli (November 11, 1948 – December 26, 2005) entertained us wonderfully for the 34 years of his acting career. As I mentioned about Mr. Art LaFleur in the above listing, I will likewise always remember Mr. Schiavelli mostly for his role as the bumbling idiot Russian spy Dimitri, who gaffed his way through Rescue From Gilligan's Island in 1978. This character bore an amazing resemblance to Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat. Ivan and Dimitri really made that movie hilarious for me with…

Jared Leto,  Born December 26, 1971 in Bossier City, Louisiana.  Birth name Jared Joseph Bryant

Jared Leto, Born December 26, 1971 in Bossier City, Louisiana. Birth name Jared Joseph Bryant

Bazoline Estelle Usher (December 26, 1885 - February 8, 1992). She was a teacher, principal (which was a pretty big deal for a woman at the time, especially an African-American woman) and she became the Supervisor of Education for Minority Pupils in Atlanta, Georgia. She also led the group of about 25 women who created the first African-American Girl Scout troops in Atlanta.

Bazoline Estelle Usher (December 26, 1885 - February 8, 1992). She was a teacher, principal (which was a pretty big deal for a woman at the time, especially an African-American woman) and she became the Supervisor of Education for Minority Pupils in Atlanta, Georgia. She also led the group of about 25 women who created the first African-American Girl Scout troops in Atlanta.

Mikhail Baryshnikov and Twyla Tharp, dancers, New York, December 26, 1975   	Copyright	 	© 2008 The Richard Avedon Foundation

Mikhail Baryshnikov and Twyla Tharp, dancers, New York, December 26, 1975 Copyright © 2008 The Richard Avedon Foundation

<strong>Columned Stinkhorn</strong> with flies <em>Clathrus columnatus</em> Height: 3" Milton, FL December 26, 2008  This Stinkhorn is being visited by flies which will spread its spores.

<strong>Columned Stinkhorn</strong> with flies <em>Clathrus columnatus</em> Height: 3" Milton, FL December 26, 2008 This Stinkhorn is being visited by flies which will spread its spores.

Completely surrounded in the town of Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge, the 101st Airborne Division held off besieging German forces for eight days until their relief by General George Patton’s Third Army on December 26, 1944. The break in...

Completely surrounded in the town of Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge, the 101st Airborne Division held off besieging German forces for eight days until their relief by General George Patton’s Third Army on December 26, 1944. The break in...

Born: August 1, 1911, Monongahela, PA Died: December 26, 1985  Jackie Ormes was the first African-American female cartoonist. Ormes' cartoon characters — Torchy Brown, Candy, Patty-Jo & Ginger — delighted readers of African-American newspapers such as the Chicago Defender and Pittsburgh Courier between 1937-56.

Born: August 1, 1911, Monongahela, PA Died: December 26, 1985 Jackie Ormes was the first African-American female cartoonist. Ormes' cartoon characters — Torchy Brown, Candy, Patty-Jo & Ginger — delighted readers of African-American newspapers such as the Chicago Defender and Pittsburgh Courier between 1937-56.

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