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1941 – He was born this year in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.   1952 – He moved with his family in New York this year.   1960 – He attended the Bronx High School of Science, a specialized public high school for gifted students, from which he graduated in this year.   1964 ..

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1928 – Born on May 24th in Methuen, Massachusetts. American animal welfare activist and author. 1954 – Married to Jill Landon Barclay on September 5th. 1962 – Mr. Caras was the author of more than 70 books about animals and their habitats. His first, "Antarctica: Land of Frozen Time," was published. 1975 – He joined ..

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1924 – Born in Chicago, Illinois, on the 27th of July.   1969-1993 – Served as senior film critic for The New York Times.   1993-1994 – Sunday drama critic for The New York Times.   1994-1996 – Became the chief drama critic for The New York Times.   1996-2000 – Once again he was ..

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1939 – Born on the 31st of December in the Queens borough of New York City.          – He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1967 – After winning a student council election at Berkeley, he was suspended for "using an unauthorized microphone" in a protest against the Vietnam War. 1976 – Socialist Workers ..

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US physician, birth control activist, and sexual education advocate   1904 – Mary Steichen Calderone was born in Paris.   Calderone attended the Brearley School in New York City for her secondary education.   1925 – Graduated at Vassar College, with an A.B. in Chemistry.   1939 – Obtained her M.D. degree from the University ..

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1728 – He was born this year in New London, Connecticut. His family soon moved to the frontier in the Mohawk Valley near modern Fonda, New York.   1752 – He married Catherine Brandt, and the couple raised five children. He entered militia service in the French and Indian War, and saw action at Fort ..

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1828 – Butler was born and raised in the household of an upper- middle-class family: her uncle was the leader of the Whig party earlier in the century.          – Butler was neither the first nor the last woman to examine the relationship between sex, sexual behavior, and economics. Mary Wollstonecraft, Harriet Martineau, Frances ..

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1612 – Born in Worcestershire on December 4, 1612. 1627 – He was the son of a farmer and was educated at the King’s School, Worcester, under Henry Bright whose teaching is recorded favourably by Thomas Fuller a contemporary writer in his Worthies of England. In early youth he was page to the Countess of ..

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1917 – John Burgess Wilson, born on the 25th of February in Manchester, Greater Manchester, NW England, UK. He was a British novelist, critic and composer. He was also active as a librettist, poet, playwright, screenwriter, journalist, essayist, travel writer, broadcaster, translator, linguist, and educationalist. 1946 – 1950 – He studied at Xaverian College and ..

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