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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - November 24, 2017


- THE RV WAS RELEASED DAYS AGO, BUT NO 800#'s YET.


(WHAT ELSE MUST BE DONE TO RELEASE THE 800#'s?)


- THERE IS AN INCREASING AMOUNT OF INTENSIFYING PRESSURE ON THE APTB/NPTB TO ALLOW THE EXCHANGES TO BEGIN BEFORE CHRISTMAS.


- THE LAST STEP IS 800#'s WHICH WILL MARK THE END OF THE CABAL'S RULE OVER THIS PLANET FOREVER.


(WILL THEY ALLOW IT OR MUST MORE BATTLES BE FOUGHT?)


- REPORTS ARE COMING IN OF A BATTLE BEING FOUGHT IN ANTARCTICA.


http://2012portal.blogspot.com/2017/11/battle-for-antarctica_23.html


(IS THIS HUMANITY'S "BATTLE OF JAKKU"?)


http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Battle_of_Jakku


- WE PATIENTLY WAIT FOR THE ARRIVAL OF THE FINAL OUTCOME.


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http://www.dinarchronicles.com/intel.html


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Monday, March 6, 2017

The Immigrants to the U.S. from Over 100 Years Ago


The photos are part of the New York Public Library’s archive.

With President Donald Trump signing a new executive order on immigration on Monday, we’re reminded of those that immigrated to the U.S. many years ago.

Between 1905 and 1914, registry clerk and amateur photographer Augustus Sherman snapped pictures of people arriving at the Port of New York at Ellis Island. Those photographs are included in the William Williams papers, which are part of the New York Public Library’s archive. Williams was the commissioner of Immigration at the Port of New York on Ellis Island between 1902 and 1914.

The portraits capture many different people of many different ethnicities arriving to the U.S. for the first time, ready to start new lives in America.

See the portraits below and find more from the collection on Flickr.



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
A Danish man



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
A Bavarian man



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
A German stowaway



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
A Guadeloupean woman



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
Three Dutch women



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
A Turkish man



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
A Romanian shepherd



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
A Hindu boy



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
An Algerian man



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
A Slovak woman and children



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
Dutch children



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
Pipers



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
Laplander



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
An Italian woman



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
A Ruthenian woman



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
An Italian woman



Augustus F. Sherman/New York Public Library/Flickr
A girl from Rattvik, province of Dalarna, Sweden

H/T The Public Domain Review

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