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Colored - History in America
... The term "colored" appeared in North America during the colonial era ... In 1851 an article in the New York Times referred to the "colored population" ... the War Department established the "Bureau of Colored Troops." The first 12 Census counts in the U.S ...
Cream-colored Woodpecker
... The Cream-colored Woodpecker (Celeus flavus) is a species of woodpecker native to South America, from Colombia and the Guianas to Peru, Bolivia, and the ... It is colored creamy yellow, except for the wingtips and tail, which are much darker ... It is not known how the Cream-colored Woodpecker nests, although it is believed that they nest in holes in trees ...
List Of Louisiana Union Civil War Units - Unit Redesignation
... Regiment Corps d'Afrique Regiment U.S ... Colored Troops Regiment Notes 1st Louisiana Regiment Heavy Artillery (African Descent) 1st Corps d'Afrique Regiment Heavy Artillery 7th United States Colored Regiment Heavy ...
Colored People (song) - Other Releases
... Various version of "Colored People" have appeared on several DC Talk official releases, including the band's greatest hits album Intermission ... A live version of "Colored People" was included on the 1997 live release Welcome to the Freak Show ... "Colored People" also appears on the compilation album WOW 1998 ...
Scutiger (fungus) - General Characteristics
... annual, and usually have simple, bright-colored, mesoporous hymenophores ... The surface anoderm is variously decorated the context is usually white, but rarely colored, and is fleshy to tough—rigid and fragile when dry ... The Hymenium is porous, can be white or colored, and has thin-walled tubes The spores are smooth, or rarely echinulate and hyaline ...

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