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An American adoptive dad of an Ethiopian girl returns to her country to help those who still remain

An American adoptive dad of an Ethiopian girl returns to her country to help those who still remain

African-American Adoption History Project: Indianapolis children in need of social services, 1940s

African-American Adoption History Project: Indianapolis children in need of social services, 1940s

Parkhurst Clip-Loading Device    In 1892, the US Army adopted the Krag-Jørgensen to replace the single-shot Trapdoor Springfield. The new Krag M1892 had a 5-round rotary magazine which was loaded by hand with individual .30-40 Krag rounds. However, by the Spanish–American War of 1898 the Krag was essentially an obsolete design. The Spanish troops that American soldiers faced were typically armed with charger-loaded 1893 Mauser rifles chambered in the modern flat-shooting 7x57mm cartridge.

Parkhurst Clip-Loading Device In 1892, the US Army adopted the Krag-Jørgensen to replace the single-shot Trapdoor Springfield. The new Krag M1892 had a 5-round rotary magazine which was loaded by hand with individual .30-40 Krag rounds. However, by the Spanish–American War of 1898 the Krag was essentially an obsolete design. The Spanish troops that American soldiers faced were typically armed with charger-loaded 1893 Mauser rifles chambered in the modern flat-shooting 7x57mm cartridge.

Parkhurst Clip-Loading Device    In 1892, the US Army adopted the Krag-Jørgensen to replace the single-shot Trapdoor Springfield. The new Krag M1892 had a 5-round rotary magazine which was loaded by hand with individual .30-40 Krag rounds. However, by the Spanish–American War of 1898 the Krag was essentially an obsolete design. The Spanish troops that American soldiers faced were typically armed with charger-loaded 1893 Mauser rifles chambered in the modern flat-shooting 7x57mm cartridge.

Parkhurst Clip-Loading Device In 1892, the US Army adopted the Krag-Jørgensen to replace the single-shot Trapdoor Springfield. The new Krag M1892 had a 5-round rotary magazine which was loaded by hand with individual .30-40 Krag rounds. However, by the Spanish–American War of 1898 the Krag was essentially an obsolete design. The Spanish troops that American soldiers faced were typically armed with charger-loaded 1893 Mauser rifles chambered in the modern flat-shooting 7x57mm cartridge.

Parkhurst Clip-Loading Device    In 1892, the US Army adopted the Krag-Jørgensen to replace the single-shot Trapdoor Springfield. The new Krag M1892 had a 5-round rotary magazine which was loaded by hand with individual .30-40 Krag rounds. However, by the Spanish–American War of 1898 the Krag was essentially an obsolete design. The Spanish troops that American soldiers faced were typically armed with charger-loaded 1893 Mauser rifles chambered in the modern flat-shooting 7x57mm cartridge.

Parkhurst Clip-Loading Device In 1892, the US Army adopted the Krag-Jørgensen to replace the single-shot Trapdoor Springfield. The new Krag M1892 had a 5-round rotary magazine which was loaded by hand with individual .30-40 Krag rounds. However, by the Spanish–American War of 1898 the Krag was essentially an obsolete design. The Spanish troops that American soldiers faced were typically armed with charger-loaded 1893 Mauser rifles chambered in the modern flat-shooting 7x57mm cartridge.

Parkhurst Clip-Loading Device    In 1892, the US Army adopted the Krag-Jørgensen to replace the single-shot Trapdoor Springfield. The new Krag M1892 had a 5-round rotary magazine which was loaded by hand with individual .30-40 Krag rounds. However, by the Spanish–American War of 1898 the Krag was essentially an obsolete design. The Spanish troops that American soldiers faced were typically armed with charger-loaded 1893 Mauser rifles chambered in the modern flat-shooting 7x57mm cartridge.

Parkhurst Clip-Loading Device In 1892, the US Army adopted the Krag-Jørgensen to replace the single-shot Trapdoor Springfield. The new Krag M1892 had a 5-round rotary magazine which was loaded by hand with individual .30-40 Krag rounds. However, by the Spanish–American War of 1898 the Krag was essentially an obsolete design. The Spanish troops that American soldiers faced were typically armed with charger-loaded 1893 Mauser rifles chambered in the modern flat-shooting 7x57mm cartridge.

The Humane Society of Broward County and JR Dunn Jewelers have teamed up to waive the adoption fee for Kane (ID 569397) the American Bulldog this weeks Diamond in the Ruff. Kane was brought in by his family that he knew his entire life because they were moving and couldnt bring him along. He was loved greatly and it shows with his sweet disposition with people children and other dogs.  Hes only a year and seven months old so he is full of puppy energy and love  who could say no to such a…

The Humane Society of Broward County and JR Dunn Jewelers have teamed up to waive the adoption fee for Kane (ID 569397) the American Bulldog this weeks Diamond in the Ruff. Kane was brought in by his family that he knew his entire life because they were moving and couldnt bring him along. He was loved greatly and it shows with his sweet disposition with people children and other dogs. Hes only a year and seven months old so he is full of puppy energy and love who could say no to such a…

Parkhurst Clip-Loading Device    In 1892, the US Army adopted the Krag-Jørgensen to replace the single-shot Trapdoor Springfield. The new Krag M1892 had a 5-round rotary magazine which was loaded by hand with individual .30-40 Krag rounds. However, by the Spanish–American War of 1898 the Krag was essentially an obsolete design. The Spanish troops that American soldiers faced were typically armed with charger-loaded 1893 Mauser rifles chambered in the modern flat-shooting 7x57mm cartridge.

Parkhurst Clip-Loading Device In 1892, the US Army adopted the Krag-Jørgensen to replace the single-shot Trapdoor Springfield. The new Krag M1892 had a 5-round rotary magazine which was loaded by hand with individual .30-40 Krag rounds. However, by the Spanish–American War of 1898 the Krag was essentially an obsolete design. The Spanish troops that American soldiers faced were typically armed with charger-loaded 1893 Mauser rifles chambered in the modern flat-shooting 7x57mm cartridge.

TO BE DESTROYED 03/06/17  A volunteer writes: Twinkle, twinkle, tiny star...How happy was I to finally see Tiny Star's sweet, shining face in adoptions after knowing her only through her kennel during her DOH (Department of Health) stay. Aptly named, Tiny is just that. A slip of a girl in dressed in caramel and cream and sweetly worried brow.

TO BE DESTROYED 03/06/17 A volunteer writes: Twinkle, twinkle, tiny star...How happy was I to finally see Tiny Star's sweet, shining face in adoptions after knowing her only through her kennel during her DOH (Department of Health) stay. Aptly named, Tiny is just that. A slip of a girl in dressed in caramel and cream and sweetly worried brow.

SUPER URGENT!!~~  THIS IS A KILL SHELTER!!~~~~Marietta, GA - American Bulldog Mix. Meet SCAR FACE, a dog for adoption. http://www.adoptapet.com/pet/14667011-marietta-georgia-american-bulldog-mix

SUPER URGENT!!~~ THIS IS A KILL SHELTER!!~~~~Marietta, GA - American Bulldog Mix. Meet SCAR FACE, a dog for adoption. http://www.adoptapet.com/pet/14667011-marietta-georgia-american-bulldog-mix

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