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Elliott, Carl Atwood

Born: 1913 AD
Died: 1999 AD

1913 – Born on the 20th of December in Vina, Alabama, United States.

1929 – He graduated high school.

1933 – He received his undergraduate degree in the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, U.S.A.

1936 – He graduated with his law degree in the University of Alabama School of Law.

1942 – He served United States Army.

1949 – He was elected as a United States Congressman.

1956 – He authored the Library Services Act.

1958 – He co-authored the National Defense Education Act in United States.

1964 – He was defeated in a special election to reduce the size of Alabama’s Congressional delegation.

1966 – He ran as a governor of Alabama, United States.

1990 – He became the first recipient of the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award.

1999 – He died on this year.