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Danielle Walker - pregnancy after loss

Faith over fear: One mom shares journey of pregnancy after child loss

After losing a baby last year, Danielle Walker opens up about choosing faith over fear and the complicated journey of being pregnant again.

19C American Women: Life in America: Genre Paintings by Lilly Martin Spencer (1822 –1902)

War Spirit at Home, Lilly Martin Spencer

Louis Lang (1814-1893) Reminiscenes of Lake Mahopac New York Ladies Preparing for a Boat Race

It's About Time: A Bacon Louis Lang (American artist, Reminiscenes of Lake Mahopac New York Ladies Preparing for a Boat Race

See how the Sun Shines, ca. 1855-58. Lily Martin Spencer | In the Swan's Shadow

"See How the Sun Shines" by Lilly Martin Spencer, American, Ca.

APRIL-FOOL'S DAY IN NEW YORK, OPPOSITE THE ASTOR HOUSE - This Day in History: Apr 1, 1700: April Fools tradition popularized http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

An Original Civil War Harper's Weekly Newspaper featuring a Civil War April Fool's Day

In the Woods, September 09, 1865 | In the Swan's Shadow

In the Woods, September 1865

The Governess, 1860, oil on canvas by Emily Mary Osborn, 1828-1925, British Victorian era’s most popular female artist. Found at the Yale Center for British Art, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.    Class distinction is apparent as mother’s little darlings prepare to make life very difficult for the new governess.

The Governess 1860 Emily Mary Osborn British Victorian era’s most popular female artist. Class distinction is apparent as mother’s little darlings prepare to make life very difficult for the new governess.

lilly martin spencer artwork | Height of Fashion

lilly martin spencer artwork | Height of Fashion

Paul Kane's 1847  painting of Indian at Ft. Vancouver, Washington, next to Portland, Oregon "....arrived safely at Fort Vancouver on the 20th of June....I took a sketch of a Chinook boy with a singular headdress of beads, the design seemed to be entirely original with him, as I had never before met with any resembling it." Kane, Wanderings, Chapter XVI  Although Kane identified the figure as a boy, it is more likely a girl.

Indian with Headdress of Beads on a Race Course Near Fort Vancouver

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Tower of London

Fort Vancouver, Washington, USA      Bird's eye view of the Fort Vancouver stockade, buildings, and Village during the fur trade era. Artist's representation is a vew from the north looking south across the fort to the Columbia River.

Fort Vancouver, Washington, USA Bird's eye view of the Fort Vancouver stockade, buildings, and Village during the fur trade era. Artist's representation is a vew from the north looking south across the fort to the Columbia River.

Jean-Baptiste Jules Trayer 1824-1909 The dressmakers

The Dressmakers (Oil on Panel) Giclee Print by Jules Trayer

Inglaterra - Vista de Swansea, artist unknown

Established in Fort Vancouver started as a trading post that served as the headquarters of the Hudson's Bay Company in their Columbia District.

Mary Isabella Grant (d.1854), Knitting a Shawl Date painted c.1850–1855 Francis Grant (1803–1878)

The Athenaeum - Mary Isabella Grant Knitting a Shawl (Sir Francis Grant, P.

Artist Lilly Martin Spencer (1822-1902), Self-portrait, 1848; she was born in England, raised in Ohio, married in New York, and raised her family of 13 children (seven of whom survived to adulthood) in the Hudson Valley.

Artist Lilly Martin Spencer Self-portrait, she was born in England, raised in Ohio, married in New York, and raised her family of 13 children (seven of whom survived to adulthood) in the Hudson Valley.

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