The Importance Of Buying Up Every Vintage Early American Samoa Picture

The earliest cameras, pre- and post-Civil War, recorded much of America's history, including soldiers and Native Americans. When missionaries traveled to what is now Hawaii, they took cameras with them. Many pictures over the next several decades were taken of the Samoa people, the natives of the islands of the same name in the Pacific Ocean. Through the years, some of these photos have been lost, while others have been carefully preserved. Read More 

Don’t Speak Or Read Russian? Don’t Rule Out Russian Film Or Literature

Russia has produced some of the greatest novels and cinema of all time. However, you might feel daunted if you're not familiar with the Russian language. Luckily, there are translators who have taken the time to make these works available to people who can't read or speak a word of Russian. Below is a list of two great Russian works of literature, and one great modern Russian film. They have been translated and are enjoyable even for anyone interested in Russian culture. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Learning Sign Language As A Counselor

If you are currently training to be a counselor or have already completed your degree and have a steady stream of clients, you may be considering taking a sing language course. Learning sign language can help you assist a broad range of clients, not only deaf and hard of hearing clients, but also clients who are non-verbal for other reasons. You will also gain many other benefits than a larger client base and being able to help more people. Read More