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1885 – She was born on the 11th day of January this year.   1901 – She graduated first in her class from the Moorestown Friends School.   1905 – She later attended Swarthmore College, the New York School of Philanthropy (social work), and the University of Pennsylvania (MA, sociology).   1907 – She moved ..

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  1913 – Rosa Louise McCauley was born on the 4th of February in Tuskegee, Alabama to James McCauley, a carpenter, and Leona McCauley, a teacher.      1918- Rosa McCauley enters school in Pine Level.   1924- Rosa McCauley begins attending school in Montgomery.   1929- Rosa McCauley leaves school to care for grandmother   ..

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1858 –  Emmeline Goulden was born on July 14 in in Manchester, England.           – Her father, Robert Goulden was a successful businessman and committed abolitionist           – Her mother, Sophia Crane was active in the early days of the British suffragette movement and Emmeline would accompany her mother to suffrage meetings from a ..

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Vance Packard is a US social critic. 1914 – Born 22nd of May in Granville Summit, Pennsylvania. 1932 – Entered Penn State, majoring in English. 1936 – He graduated in his studies and worked briefly for the local newspaper, the Centre Daily Times. 1937 – Earned his master’s degree at the Columbia University Graduate School ..

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1899 – Born on the 12th of July. 1940 – He organized a group of 750 men who marched to the Montgomery county courthouse. 1954 – He ran for a seat on the county Democratic executive committee. 1956 – He described the Montgomery Bus Boycott to an audience of supporters in New York City’s Madison ..

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1882 – Born on the 14th of February in Fort Wayne, Indiana. 1914 – He was an early champion of Eugene O’Neill. 1932 – He was also a founder and an editor of the American Spectator. 1943 – He wrote a Syndicated Column for the New York Journal-American. 1958 – He died on the 8th ..

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1883 – Born on August 6th in Kittanning, Pennsylvania. American author, organic farmer, and socialist. 1911 – Received his Ph.D. in Economics, Pennsylvania. 1915 – Fired by Wharton School, because of his campaign against child labor. 1918-1972 – Wrote The Great Madness, The Twilight of Empire, With Helen Nearing:Living the Good Life, The Conscience of ..

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1934 – Born on the 27th of  February in  Winsted ,Connecticut, U.S.A.1955 – He graduated at Princeton University. 1958 – He served in the United States Army for six months. 1959 – He began working as a lawyer in Hartford,Connecticut. 1961 – He was a Professor of History and Government at the University of Hartford. ..

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