Tarbell, Ida Minerva
Born: Nov 05, 1857 AD
Died: 1944 AD, at 86 years of age.
1857 - Born in Erie County, Pennsylvania on the 5th of November.
1860 - He grew up in the western portion of the state where new oil fields were developed.
1872 - Her father's business, and those of many other small businessmen was adversely affected by the South Improvement Company scheme around between the railroads and larger oil interests.
1880 - She majored in biology and graduated from Allegheny College.
1891 - At the age of 34, she moved to Paris to do post-graduate work and write a biography of Madame Roland, the leader of an influential salon during the French Revolution.
1912 - She also wrote several books on the role of women including The Business of Being a Woman.
1915 - Tarbell and most of the rest of the staff left American Magazine.
- The Ways of Women.
1926 - She published a interview with Benito Mussolini.
1939 - Her last published work was her autobiography, All in the Day's Work.
1944 - Died of pneumonia on her farm in Connecticut at the age of 86 on the 6th of January.
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