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The 19th Amendment Passed
It was 95 years ago today that the 19th Amendment was passed by Congress and sent to the states to be ratified allowing women the right to vote.
Death of Gary Coleman
Gary Coleman left this world four years ago today due to an intercranial hemorrhage he received when he fell in his home and hit his head on the floor.
Angel of the Battlefield
It was this day in history, May 21, 1881 that Clara Barton founded the American National Red Cross a few years after she helped Union and Confederate soldiers receive needed medical attention during the Civil War.
Big Band Era crooner Frank Sinatra, died today in History on May 14th, 1998. Read my mini bio about him.
Kent State Tragedy
This is a short history of the Kent State Tragedy that occured on May 4, 1970 when four university students were killed by Ohio National Guardsmen.
J. Edgar Hoover
The creator and leader of the F.B.I. for more than five decades, J. Edgar Hoover died this day in history May 2, 1972.
Ginger Rogers danced into our hearts with Fred Astaire in a number of movies. She passed away on April 25th 1995 at the age of 83.
Geraldine Mock was the first woman to successfully fly solo around the world and completed her trip on this day in history, April 17, 1964.
The Ultimate Warrior
The Ultimate Warrior, who was just inducted into the WWE's Hall of Fame on April 5, 2014, was found dead yesterday morning, April 8,2014.
Virginia Hall- American Spy
Read my article about the greatest American spy ever to help the Allied Forces during World War II. She was a woman and her name is Virginia Hall.
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