Daniel Boone - Although born in PA, Boone is most famous for his exploration and settlement of what is now Kentucky. His final resting place is next to his wife Rebecca at the Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, KY.
Washington, D. C. ambulance wagons at Harewood Hospital, Civil War. This picture was taken in 1863 near City Point, Virginia. The picture shows a wagon train of Civil War Ambulances. Battlefield medicine was still in its infancy at this time, and getting injured in combat usually meant dying of infection.
The altered version- A purported portrait of Mary Todd Lincoln by Francis Bicknell Carpenter that hung in the governor's mansion in Springfield, Illinois for three decades, turned out to be an altered imposter.
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Tornadoes have threatened lives on the Great Plains for centuries, but until the late 1800s most Americans had never actually seen one. That changed on April 26, 1884, when unique circumstances allowed a farmer in Anderson County, Kansas, to capture the first known photograph of a tornado. The tornado’s slow progress allowed local fruit farmer and amateur photographer A.A. Adams time to assemble his cumbersome box camera and capture this singular image.