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1929 – Jacqueline Lee Bouvier was born on the 28th of July in Southampton, New York. She attended elementary and middle school at The Chapin School in Manhattan, New York. She began her college education at Vassar College, in Poughkeepsie, New York.   1951 – Jacqueline took her first job as the "Inquiring Camera Girl" ..

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1731 – She was born on the 2nd day of June this year in in Kew Kent County near Williamsburg, Virginia.   1749 – At the age of 18, she married Daniel Parke Custis, a rich bachelor two decades her senior. They lived together at White House Plantation a few miles upriver from Chestnut Grove. ..

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1820 – Julia Gardiner Tyler, born on the 4th of May in East Hampton (town), New York. She was second wife of John Tyler, was First Lady of the United States. 1835 – She was trained from earliest childhood for a life in society; she made her debut at 15. 1842 – Her family went ..

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1861 – Born on August 6th in Connecticut, daughter of Charles and Gertrude Tyler Carow. Edith Kermit Carow was Theodore Roosevelt’s second wife, but his only First Lady. 1885 – Theodore proposed and Edith accepted on November 17th. 1886 – Married to Theodore Roosevelt. 1889 – They moved to Washington when Benjamin Harrison appointed Theodore ..

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1912 – Born on March 16th in Ely, Nevada. American first lady, the wife of Richard Nixon, 37th president of the United States, who espoused the cause of volunteerism during her husband’s term. 1930 – An orphan at 18, Pat worked at a bank to put herself through a year at Fullerton Junior College. 1932 ..

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1768 – Born on June 30th in New York, New York. Wife of United States President James Monroe. 1786 – Married to James Monroe on February 16th. 1811 – She settled with him in Washington D.C. when he became Secretary of State. 1826 – After leaving the White House, she suffered a stroke, collapsed into ..

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1929 – Born on the 2nd of July in San Juan de Dios Hospital in Manila. 1953 – She was crowned the "Rose of Tacloban," became "Miss Leyte", went to Manila, and was named the "Archit of Manila", a title bestowed upon her by the Manila Mayor, Arsenio Lacson, 1954 – She met then Congressman ..

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1768 – She was born on the 20th day of May this year in New Garden, a Quaker community located in the area now known as Guilford County, North Carolina.   1790 – She married John Todd, Jr., a lawyer who was instrumental in keeping her father out of bankruptcy and who found Mary Payne ..

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