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Hawaiian Missionaries: stamps that lead to crime…

The first American missionaries arrived in Hawaii around 1820. They sent letters to the United States. The Hawaiian government created its first post office in 1849, and printed its first stamps two years later. Given their use, the stamps were called “Hawaiian Missionaries”. They had a face value of 2 cents, 5 cents and 13 cents. The stamps we discuss below are extremely rare.

August 14, 2018   1

The Rolling Stones exhibit in Nashville

The Rolling Stones are one of the longest-lived rock groups to date. Over 50 years deserves our respect! The city of Nashville has featured an exhibition of the famous band since the end of March. The collection ranges from costumes to instruments to many testimonials from other artists.

August 9, 2018

Royal holds its first competition

Press Release from RPSL

July 30, 2018   1

Be prepared!

Many young people will go to camp with a youth group this summer to be one with nature. Scouting is celebrating its 111th anniversary this year. Baden-Powell organised the first scout camp in 1907. Who was the founder? What values did he want to teach? This is the topic we’ll explore here.

July 26, 2018   2
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