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    Strip mall open for business but lacking any customers due to covid 19

    Mendota Heights, Minnesota, Small local strip mall open for business but due to covid 19 the customers are afraid to do any shopping in the stores. .、クレジット:Michael Siluk/Education Images/Universal Images Group/

    商品コード: 2021021008650

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    Mask required sign on school door during pandemic

    Mendota Heights, Minnesota, Mask required sign on Brightmont acadamy school door to enter during the coronavirus pandemic. .、クレジット:Michael Siluk/Education Images/Universal Images Group/

    商品コード: 2021021008678

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    Three women wear masks outsdide on a shopping trip to their local mall

    Mendota Heights, Minnesota, Three women wear masks outside during a shopping trip to their local mall to protect themselves from the coronavirus. .、クレジット:Michael Siluk/Education Images/Universal Images Group/

    商品コード: 2021021008567

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    Restrooms closed sign in local business due to covid 19

    Mendota Heights, Minnesota, Restrooms are closed due to covid 19 sign in a window in a local business in a small strip mall. .、クレジット:Michael Siluk/Education Images/Universal Images Group/

    商品コード: 2021021008599

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    Door sign only lets one person at a time in due to the coronavirus pandemic

    Mendota Heights, Minnesota, Sign on door at Fantastic Sams says only one person at a time will be let in. .、クレジット:Michael Siluk/Education Images/Universal Images Group/

    商品コード: 2021021008602

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    Busy strip mall after restrictions were lifted due to the coronavirus

    Mendota Heights, Minnesota, Busy local strip mall after restrictions were lifted from the coronavirus pandemic. .、クレジット:Michael Siluk/Education Images/Universal Images Group/

    商品コード: 2021021008619

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    Clean and safe sign on door at cafe and wine bar

    Mendota Heights, Minnesota, Sign on door at this cafe and wine bar says it is keeping the place clean and safe for all. .、クレジット:Michael Siluk/Education Images/Universal Images Group/

    商品コード: 2021021008597

  • 2018年01月12日
    Are more Trump-era family separations coming to California‘s immigrant communities?

    January 12, 2018, Fresno, CA, USA: Mendota residents Jose Velasquez, left, and Oscar Lopez, both Salvadorian immigrant, play billiards below the flags of El Salvador, from left, Guatemala, and Honduras at Westside Pool Hall in Mendota on Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. Mendota city officials say that over half of the city‘s population are of Salvadorian roots. Many of those are recipients of a temporary protection from deportation a program Trump announced will end this week. (Credit Image: © TNS via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©TNS via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112705356

  • 2020年06月30日
    MLB‘s ‘Field of Dreams‘ game reportedly is still on for Aug. 13. But it might not be White Sox vs. Yankees

    June 30, 2020, USA: Mel Harth and his son, Phil, both of Mendota, Ill., pose beside cutouts of White Sox players among a cornfield backdrop. The White Sox were to play against the New York Yankees at the Field of Dreams movie site near Dyersville, Iowa on August 13. But plans may have changed. (Credit Image: © TNS via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©TNS via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070118656

  • 2020年08月19日
    USA News - August 19, 2020

    August 19, 2020, USA: Monica Avila 23, of Mendota gets a COVID-19 test in the TaxSlayer Center parking lot in Moline, August 19, 2020. (Credit Image: © Jessica Gallagher/Dispatch Argus via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Jessica Gallagher/Dispatch Argus via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020082001655

  • 2021年06月16日
    US-NEWS-MENDOTA-DAKOTA-TRIBE-MS

    June 15, 2021, Mendota, Minn, United States: Tommy Tomahawk, tribal relations, and Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Tribal Community Chairwoman Sharon Lennartson sit in the shade in front of a sweat lodge for a portrait. (Credit Image: © TNS via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©TNS via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021061714813

  • 2021年11月11日
    ‘Extraordinarily Rare‘ 1,200-Year-Old Canoe Discovered In Wisconsin Lake

    November 11, 2021: An ââ¬Ëextraordinarily rareââ¬â¢ 1,200-year-old canoe has been discovered intact in a US lake...The 15-foot (4.5-metre) dugout canoe was found by Wisconsin Historical Society maritime archaeologists in Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin...The vessel was recovered from roughly 27ft of water last week (2nd November)...Carbon dating indicates that the vessel is approximately 1,200 years old and was in use around A.D. 800, centuries before European arrival...ââ¬ÅThe dugout canoe found in Lake Mendota is a significant artefact of the continuum of canoe culture in the Western Great Lakes region,ââ¬Â said Christian Overland, the Ruth and Hartley Barker Director & CEO for the Wisconsin Historical Society...ââ¬ÅBy taking action to preserve this canoe we are protecting a piece of history for future generations. The canoe is a remarkable artefact, made from a single tree, that connects us to the people living in this region 1,200 years ago. As the Society prepares to open a new history museum ...

    商品コード: 2021111201508

  • 2021年11月11日
    ‘Extraordinarily Rare‘ 1,200-Year-Old Canoe Discovered In Wisconsin Lake

    November 11, 2021: An ââ¬Ëextraordinarily rareââ¬â¢ 1,200-year-old canoe has been discovered intact in a US lake...The 15-foot (4.5-metre) dugout canoe was found by Wisconsin Historical Society maritime archaeologists in Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin...The vessel was recovered from roughly 27ft of water last week (2nd November)...Carbon dating indicates that the vessel is approximately 1,200 years old and was in use around A.D. 800, centuries before European arrival...ââ¬ÅThe dugout canoe found in Lake Mendota is a significant artefact of the continuum of canoe culture in the Western Great Lakes region,ââ¬Â said Christian Overland, the Ruth and Hartley Barker Director & CEO for the Wisconsin Historical Society...ââ¬ÅBy taking action to preserve this canoe we are protecting a piece of history for future generations. The canoe is a remarkable artefact, made from a single tree, that connects us to the people living in this region 1,200 years ago. As the Society prepares to open a new history museum ...

    商品コード: 2021111201466

  • 2021年11月11日
    ‘Extraordinarily Rare‘ 1,200-Year-Old Canoe Discovered In Wisconsin Lake

    November 11, 2021: An ââ¬Ëextraordinarily rareââ¬â¢ 1,200-year-old canoe has been discovered intact in a US lake...The 15-foot (4.5-metre) dugout canoe was found by Wisconsin Historical Society maritime archaeologists in Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin...The vessel was recovered from roughly 27ft of water last week (2nd November)...Carbon dating indicates that the vessel is approximately 1,200 years old and was in use around A.D. 800, centuries before European arrival...ââ¬ÅThe dugout canoe found in Lake Mendota is a significant artefact of the continuum of canoe culture in the Western Great Lakes region,ââ¬Â said Christian Overland, the Ruth and Hartley Barker Director & CEO for the Wisconsin Historical Society...ââ¬ÅBy taking action to preserve this canoe we are protecting a piece of history for future generations. The canoe is a remarkable artefact, made from a single tree, that connects us to the people living in this region 1,200 years ago. As the Society prepares to open a new history museum ...

    商品コード: 2021111201560

  • 2021年11月11日
    ‘Extraordinarily Rare‘ 1,200-Year-Old Canoe Discovered In Wisconsin Lake

    November 11, 2021: An ââ¬Ëextraordinarily rareââ¬â¢ 1,200-year-old canoe has been discovered intact in a US lake...The 15-foot (4.5-metre) dugout canoe was found by Wisconsin Historical Society maritime archaeologists in Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin...The vessel was recovered from roughly 27ft of water last week (2nd November)...Carbon dating indicates that the vessel is approximately 1,200 years old and was in use around A.D. 800, centuries before European arrival...ââ¬ÅThe dugout canoe found in Lake Mendota is a significant artefact of the continuum of canoe culture in the Western Great Lakes region,ââ¬Â said Christian Overland, the Ruth and Hartley Barker Director & CEO for the Wisconsin Historical Society...ââ¬ÅBy taking action to preserve this canoe we are protecting a piece of history for future generations. The canoe is a remarkable artefact, made from a single tree, that connects us to the people living in this region 1,200 years ago. As the Society prepares to open a new history museum ...

    商品コード: 2021111201509

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