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1915 – Born in Brooklyn, New York on the 31st of July. 1932 – He was 16, he accompanied his father on a business trip to Alabama. 1939 – Aptheker’s academic and political concerns, long-running interest in the history of African Americans, and struggle against racism led him to join the Communist Party USA the ..

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1936 – Born on January 10th in Whitewater, Wisconsin. An American biographer and historian.   1957 – He married his first wife, Judith Dorlester and had two children, Stephenie and Barry.    1960 – He taught at the University as an assistant professor.    1962 – His first book,  Halleck, Lincoln’s Chief of Staff, was ..

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1866 – Rafael Altamira y Crevea was born on the 10th of February. 1897 – He was appointed as professor of the history of the law in the Universities at Oviedo. 1914 – He was appointed as professor of the history of the law in the Universities of Madrid. 1921-1945 – He served as a ..

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Nationality: Moorish American 1886 – Drew was born in North Carolina on January 8, 1886. 1902 – Joined a travelling circus at the age of sixteen. He became a stage magician. 1905 – He learned mysticism and had a lost version of the Qur’an. 1913 – Founded Moorish Science Temple of America in Newark, New ..

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1890 – Frederick Lewis Allen was born in Boston on July 5, 1890. 1912 – He graduated from Harvard College. 1913 – He received his masters. 1914 – He taught at Harvard and became an assistant editor of the Atlantic Monthly. 1916 – He became a managing editor of The Century. 1923-1953 – He worked ..

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1848 – Born on the 24th of June in Quincy, Massachusetts. 1870 – He graduated from Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and studied at Harvard Law School. 1895 – He published "The Law of Civilisation and Decay". 1900 – He predicted in America’s Economic Supremacy that New York would become the world trade center. 1927 – ..

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1835 – He was born in Derby, Vermont, United States. 1885 – He served as the second president of Cornell University for seven years. 1892 – He taught history at Michigan until his appointment as president of Cornell.            – He was forced to resign at Cornell due to conflicts with the faculty ..

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1850 – Born on the 16th of April in Shutesbury, Massachusetts. 1872 – He graduated from the Amherst College. 1873 – He went to Europe and devoted three years to travel and study. 1876 – He received the degree of PhD at Heidelberg, Germany.         – He was a fellow in history at Johns ..

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