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David Crockett clipper ship card
David Crockett's buckskin vest with onox buttons is on display at the Alamo Chapel, San Antonio, Texas.
The Fall of the Alamo by Robert Jenkins Onderdonk depicts Davy Crockett swinging his rifle at Mexican troops who have breached the south gate of the mission.
The David Crockett Spring in Crockett in Houston County in east Texas
A knife purportedly used by Davy Crockett during the Battle of the Alamo
|106||Crockett, Davy & the Defenders|
Texas drew men from all walks of life. While many planned to make their living by farming, others come to Texas to provide the services that the growing colonies needed. Doctors, lawyers, merchants, blacksmiths, carpenters, and businessmen flocked to Texas. It was men like these who found themselves part of the Alamo’s garrison.
|107||Crockett, John A|
Black and white reproduction of artist Lloyd Branson's Gathering of Overmountain Men at Sycamore Shoals, which depicts the gathering of the Overmountain Men en route to their victory over British loyalist forces at the Battle of Kings Mountain in 1780.
|108||Crockett, John A|
Replica of John Crockett's tavern in Morristown, Tennessee, USA. John Crockett was the father of legendary frontiersman Davy Crockett. The tavern is home to the Crockett Tavern Museum.
|109||Crown of James V of Scotland|
Crown of James V of Scotland
Chesterfield, Cross Creek, Meeting House, New Jersey
Diary of Thomas Pinkney Shinn, WWI
This person is connected by DNA Circle.
See DNA Tests under individual page for more details.
Tested Person 1: Ezekiel Marshall
Tested Person 2: Teresa Shinn Obst
|113||Donally Street, West Virginia|
Donally Street, West Virginia
Dover Friends Meeting House
|117||Earl Aldrich in the U.S., School Yearbooks, 1880-2012|
Name: Earl Aldrich
Estimated birth year: abt 1928
School: Mattanawcook Academy
School Location: Lincoln, Maine, USA
|119||Earp, Warren Baxter |
Warren Baxter Earp - Plaque on a building in downtown Willcox in the area where he was killed
This is a picture of a pistol left in Juneau, Alaska by Wyatt Earp, who was on his way to Nome, Alaska. It is on display at the Red Dog Saloon in Juneau.
General Dwight D. Eisenhower addresses American paratroopers prior to D-Day.
"Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower gives the order of the Day. 'Full victory-nothing less' to paratroopers in England, just before they board their airplanes to participate in the first assault in the invasion of the continent of Europe." Eisenhower is meeting with US Co. E, 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment (Strike) of the 101st Airborne Division, photo taken at Greenham Common Airfield in England about 8:30 p.m. on June 5, 1944. The General was talking about fly fishing with his men as he always did before a stressful operation.
Memoir by Lt Wallace C. Strobel about this photo (seen wearing the number 23 around his neck)
|123||Eisenhower family home|
The Eisenhower family home, Abilene, Kansas.
|124||Elvis Presley Stamp|
Stamp depicting Presley issued by the German post office in 1988
|125||Elvis Presley's 'The Jungle Room' at Graceland|
Elvis Presley's 'The Jungle Room' at Graceland