To allow for better housing, Negatives and Stereographs have been separated into their own series.
Some Zealots took it to be the sign of the coming of the promised Messiah and rebelled.
Today we know that it was Halley’s Comet, making one of its many returns.
This week, New Jersey 101.5 explores New Jersey’s immigrants — how they’ve changed our state and how our state has changed them. That’s more than the population of almost every town in the state.
But the folks putting down roots in the city aren’t coming from the same countries that sent the immigrants who once passed under Lady Liberty’s torch.
A stone excavated from a burial mound at Bat Creek in Tennessee tells us that Jews in Tennessee recognized the sign and inscribed the stone “The Comet for the Jews.” This strongly suggests that Tennessee and Kentucky became havens of refuge for these persecuted Hebrews.
Cynthia Wachenheim, 45, was found on the Harlem street with her son, Keston, in her arms.
Aides said they will instead focus on economic and national security concerns.
“The Obama administration did not allow Sissi to set foot in Washington after he staged a bloody coup against a democratically elected government in 2013,” deputy editorial page editor Jackson Diehl writes.
“His regime is holding, according to Egyptian and U. monitors, between 40,000 and 60,000 political prisoners, including thousands of secular liberal democrats.
“Send these the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door.” When Emma Lazarus penned these famous lines in 1903, she might have been reflecting an ongoing situation through much of recorded history.
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