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An illustration of Count D'Orsay, a title in the peerage of France. It is named after Orsay.

Count D'Orsay

An illustration of Count D'Orsay, a title in the peerage of France. It is named after Orsay.

A scene from the story, "Country Squire."

Country Squire

A scene from the story, "Country Squire."

Cowboy on horseback traveling through a swamp in the south central states.

Cowboy on Horseback

Cowboy on horseback traveling through a swamp in the south central states.

An illustration of a Florida Cracker. Florida Cracker refers to the original colonial era American pioneer settlers of the State of Florida. The first Florida Crackers arrived in 1763 when Spain traded Florida to Great Britain. The British divided the territory into East Florida and West Florida, and began to aggressively recruit settlers to the area, offering free land and financial backing for export-oriented business.

Florida Cracker

An illustration of a Florida Cracker. Florida Cracker refers to the original colonial era American pioneer…

Man demonstrating the cut.

Cricket

Man demonstrating the cut.

The bowler.

Cricket

The bowler.

Man demonstrating the drive.

Cricket

Man demonstrating the drive.

The wicket-keeper.

Cricket

The wicket-keeper.

Cricket is an old English game, scarcely yet introduced into this country, and known and played only to a very limited extent.

Cricket

Cricket is an old English game, scarcely yet introduced into this country, and known and played only…

Robinson Crusoe and his diary.

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson Crusoe and his diary.

Robinson Crusoe at the water.

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson Crusoe at the water.

Robinson as a slave.

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson as a slave.

Crusoe makes a little tent with a sail.

Robinson Crusoe

Crusoe makes a little tent with a sail.

Robinson discovers the barley growing.

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson discovers the barley growing.

Robinson finds a turtle.

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson finds a turtle.

Crusoe in his bower.

Robinson Crusoe

Crusoe in his bower.

Robinson making baskets.

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson making baskets.

Crusoe makes a boat.

Robinson Crusoe

Crusoe makes a boat.

Robinson making a coat.

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson making a coat.

Crusoe at dinner.

Robinson Crusoe

Crusoe at dinner.

Crusoe on milking his goats.

Robinson Crusoe

Crusoe on milking his goats.

Crusoe sees a footprint in the sand.

Robinson Crusoe

Crusoe sees a footprint in the sand.

Robinson on his look-out hill.

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson on his look-out hill.

Robinson in his fort.

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson in his fort.

Friday burying the dead.

Robinson Crusoe

Friday burying the dead.

An illustration of a deck hand falling down and spilling a pot.

Deck Hand Falling Down

An illustration of a deck hand falling down and spilling a pot.

"Diving Apparatuses are contrivances by means of which divers are enabled to remain a considerable time under water. As the most skillful divers are unable to remain under water more than two or three minutes without artificial respiration, means have been devised by hermetically sealed helmets, diving bells, and diving dresses, so that they can stay for several hours at a time at considerable depths of water and at the same time carry on their work."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Diving Dress

"Diving Apparatuses are contrivances by means of which divers are enabled to remain a considerable time…

"The diving dress envelops the whole body of the diver, the upper portion a being the "helmet," the intermediate portion b the "breast-plate," and the lower portion c the "dress." The hose by which the air is supplied is shown at d, and e is the "life" or "signal" line, which is attached to the diver's waist, and by which he makes signals and is hauled to the surface. The water-proof material of which the dress is made is very generally sheet india-rubber covered on both sides with tanned twill to protect the india-rubber from injury." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Diving Dress

"The diving dress envelops the whole body of the diver, the upper portion a being the "helmet," the…

A standard diving dress consists of a metallic (copper, brass or bronze) diving helmet, an airline or hose from a surface supplied diving air pump, a canvas diving suit, diving knife and boots. An important part of the equipment is the addition of lead weights, generally on the chest, back and boots, to counteract the buoyancy of the helmet and diving suit.

Standard Diving Dress

A standard diving dress consists of a metallic (copper, brass or bronze) diving helmet, an airline or…

The diving dress in a rubber suit with a metal helmet, having pieces of glass in front to enable to diver to see.

Diving-dress and diving-helmet

The diving dress in a rubber suit with a metal helmet, having pieces of glass in front to enable to…

In the Middle East, it is customary to take your shoes off before entering a building.

Doorway

In the Middle East, it is customary to take your shoes off before entering a building.

"While Paul Revere is riding out through Medford, Ebenezer Door, mounted on an old plod-jogging horse, with his saddle-bags flopping at every step of the animal, is going out over Boston Neck."—Coffin, 1879

Ebenezer Dorr

"While Paul Revere is riding out through Medford, Ebenezer Door, mounted on an old plod-jogging horse,…

Edison talking into the phonograph.

Thomas Edison

Edison talking into the phonograph.

A sculpture representing and commemorating a person, usually in a church.

Effigy

A sculpture representing and commemorating a person, usually in a church.

An illustration of an elderly man sitting on a beach holding a walking cane.

Elderly Man Sitting on Beach

An illustration of an elderly man sitting on a beach holding a walking cane.

An illustration of an elderly man with a lantern.

Elderly Man with Lantern

An illustration of an elderly man with a lantern.

"Eskimo is the name of the inhabitants of the N. coast of the American continent down to lat. 60 degrees N. on the W., and 55 degrees on the E., and of the Arctic Islands, Greenland, and about 400 miles of the nearest Asiatic coast."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Eskimo Man

"Eskimo is the name of the inhabitants of the N. coast of the American continent down to lat. 60 degrees…

Man bending his head sideways.

Exercise

Man bending his head sideways.

Man bending his trunk forward and backward.

Exercise

Man bending his trunk forward and backward.

Man bending his trunk sideways.

Exercise

Man bending his trunk sideways.

Man raising his arms.

Exercise

Man raising his arms.

Man rotating his arms.

Exercise

Man rotating his arms.

Man rotating his arms, doing the mill.

Exercise

Man rotating his arms, doing the mill.

Man bending and stretching his arms.

Exercise

Man bending and stretching his arms.

Man thrusting his arms.

Exercise

Man thrusting his arms.

Man beating with his forearms in a raised position.

Exercise

Man beating with his forearms in a raised position.

Man bending and stretching his hands.

Exercise

Man bending and stretching his hands.

Man raising his legs sideways.

Exercise

Man raising his legs sideways.

Man swinging his leg.

Exercise

Man swinging his leg.

Man doing the deep knee bend.

Exercise

Man doing the deep knee bend.

Man doing leg torsion.

Exercise

Man doing leg torsion.

Man stretching his knees by raising them forward.

Exercise

Man stretching his knees by raising them forward.

Man raising his lower leg.

Exercise

Man raising his lower leg.

"Since nearly every one is obliged to do some walking, certain muscles of the legs are sure to get some exercise. In ordinary walking, however, less than one half of the hundred muscles in the legs are brought into use. To get the best exercise out of walking one must walk as fast as possible, and let the arms swing to and fro at the sides." —Davison, 1910

Exercise

"Since nearly every one is obliged to do some walking, certain muscles of the legs are sure to get some…

"Stand erect, arms outstretched to the side horizontally. Twist to left as far as possible, then twist to the right."

Exercise

"Stand erect, arms outstretched to the side horizontally. Twist to left as far as possible, then twist…

"Hands on hips. Bend first to right as far as possible. Then repeat to the left." -Foster, 1921

Exercise

"Hands on hips. Bend first to right as far as possible. Then repeat to the left." -Foster, 1921

"Stretch hands overhead. Bend back as far as possible, repeating until tired. Alternate by bending forward and trying to touch toes." -Foster, 1921

Exercise

"Stretch hands overhead. Bend back as far as possible, repeating until tired. Alternate by bending forward…

"Place the palms of the hands together in front of the breast and press hard." -Foster, 1921

Exercise

"Place the palms of the hands together in front of the breast and press hard." -Foster, 1921

"Lock the fingers together in front of the chest and pull one hand against the other." -Foster, 1921

Exercise

"Lock the fingers together in front of the chest and pull one hand against the other." -Foster, 1921

"Arms outstretched horizontally. Make the hands describe a full circle forward and back." -Foster, 1921

Exercise

"Arms outstretched horizontally. Make the hands describe a full circle forward and back." -Foster, 1921