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Published in : 2015-10-10 | by KennethKramm
Persimmons have a long history of use in the New World. They provided food and medicine to Native Americans, European colonists and later immigrants.
Published in : 2017-04-04 | by TODAY
It began as charismatic preacher Jim Jones' attempt to build a socialist utopia, but it ended with the deaths of more than 900 people in a remote settlement in ...
Published in : 2017-05-08 | by Senate of the Philippines
Plenary Session.
Published in : 2013-04-03 | by US Department of the Interior
The farewell ceremony for Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar at the Department of the Interior's Yates Auditorium, March 25, 2013.
Published in : 2017-02-16 | by WJHL
For more than a century, tobacco farming helped shape the lives and culture of folks in East Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, and Western North Carolina. Now ...
Published in : 2015-07-21 | by AP Archive
SHOTLIST 1. Wide pan of journalists to panel US AID personnel and Assistant US Secretary of State, Richard Boucher 2. Cutaway of Richard Boucher, Assistant ...
Published in : 2018-07-19 | by American Farm Bureau
AFBF Chief Economist Dr. John Newton discusses USDA's Margin Protection Program for Dairy.
Published in : 2017-05-11 | by The White House
The White House.
Published in : 2016-08-25 | by Wochit News
Native American activists are still hoping they can halt the construction of a controversial oil pipeline that will run from North Dakota to Illinois. Federal Judge ...