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Cheryl Crane Biography

Cheryl Crane is the daughter of movie celebrity and model Lana Turner and celebrity Jef Stephen Crane. Crane was the only child of Turner, whose promiscuity and seven distinct husbands caused a troubled upbringing. In 1958 when she was only fourteen years of age, Crane overheard the guy threatening to ...

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Ann Dunham Biography

They later divorced and she cared for her son while juggling the full college course load. She went to perform doctoral fieldwork in Indonesia, and became an activist and social scientist. She died of cancer on November 7, 1995 in the age of 52. Madelyn was the first female vice president ...

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Dylan Klebold Biography

Dylan Klebold was a kid of upper middle class parents, considered gifted in grammar school. But he did not feel like he fit in at Columbine High School in Colorado. He and his buddy Eric Harris developed a hate of school, as well as on April 20, 1999, they brought ...

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Alvin Ailey Biography

It was a massively popular, multiracial modern dance ensemble that popularized modern dance all over the world thanks to extensive world tours. His most well-known dance is Disclosures, a celebratory study of spiritual spirit. A year after, on December 1, 1989, Ailey died of AIDS in Nyc. Produced on January ...

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Moshe Dayan Biography

As a young man, Moshe Dayan (created May 20, 1915) joined the Haganah—an illegal Jewish defense force—and was imprisoned by British authorities. After serving in Israel’s 1948 war of independence, he directed the invasion of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula in 1956. A follower of David Ben-Gurion, Dayan was elected to parliament, ...

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Alexander Stephens Biography

Alexander Stephens was an American politician produced near Crawfordville, Georgia, on February 11, 1812. During his youth, he fell ill readily and also endured the loss of both parents. After studying law, he served in the Georgia legislature after which as the state’s governor. Following the war, Stephens was imprisoned. ...

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Mary Todd Lincoln Biography

She married politician and attorney Abraham Lincoln on November 4, 1842. When the Civil War started, Mary’s family supported the South, but she stayed a fervent Unionist. After her husband’s assassination, Mary fell right into a heavy melancholy and her remaining son, Robert Todd Lincoln, had her briefly perpetrated. She ...

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Alice Coachman Biography

She went to support young sportsmen and old, retired Olympic veterans through the Alice Coachman Track and Field Foundation. Alice Coachman was created on November 9, 1923, in Albany, Georgia. Among 10 kids, Coachman was raised in the center of the segregated South, where she was frequently refused the chance to ...

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Octavia E. Butler Biography

She studied at several universities and started her writing career in the 1970s. Her publications combined components of science fiction and African American spiritualism. Her first novel, Patternmaster (1976), would finally become one among the episodes in the four-volume Patternist show. Butler went to compose several other novels, including Kindred ...

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George Cadbury Biography

George Cadbury was born on September 19, 1839, in Birmingham, England. In 1861, he along with his brother Richard took over their dad’s company, Cadbury Brothers cocoa and chocolate making company. George Cadbury created a social security plan for workers and improved working conditions. He also helped plan and construct ...

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