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photo of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, future Queen and wife of George VI, mother of HM Queen Elizabeth II.  We always see images of her in later life.  She was quite beautiful as a girl. <3

Fury over book's claim that Queen Mother and her brother were born to family's French cook

photo of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, future Queen and wife of George VI, mother of HM Queen Elizabeth II. We always see images of her in later life. She was quite beautiful as a girl. <3

Buffalo Soldiers in Huntsville, AL    On Oct. 18, 1898, the 10th Cavalry, returning from Cuba and the Spanish-American War, stopped in Huntsville, making camp near the present-day intersection of Pulaski Pike and University Drive. The Buffalo Soldiers, under the command of 1st. Lt. John “Black Jack” Pershing, stayed until Jan. 28, 1899, making such an impression on the city that residents dubbed the site Cavalry Hill.

Buffalo Soldiers in Huntsville, AL On Oct. 18, 1898, the 10th Cavalry, returning from Cuba and the Spanish-American War, stopped in Huntsville, making camp near the present-day intersection of Pulaski Pike and University Drive. The Buffalo Soldiers, under the command of 1st. Lt. John “Black Jack” Pershing, stayed until Jan. 28, 1899, making such an impression on the city that residents dubbed the site Cavalry Hill.

Even though she was deaf and blind, Helen Keller (27 June 1880 - 1 June 1968) learned to communicate and became a world-famous supporter of women's suffrage, worker's rights, and pacifism. She triumphed over every obstacle she encountered, and President Johnson awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom (one of the two highest honors for civilians) in September of 1964.

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Even though she was deaf and blind, Helen Keller (27 June 1880 - 1 June 1968) learned to communicate and became a world-famous supporter of women's suffrage, worker's rights, and pacifism. She triumphed over every obstacle she encountered, and President Johnson awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom (one of the two highest honors for civilians) in September of 1964.

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