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Anna Louise James: Escaped Slave Who Became One Of The First African-American Female Pharmacist

Anna Louise James: Escaped Slave Who Became One Of The First African-American Female Pharmacist

Street food in Kolkata - JHAAL MURI ... puffed rice tossed in sharpmustard oil and red chilli powder

Street food in Kolkata - JHAAL MURI ... puffed rice tossed in sharpmustard oil and red chilli powder

Gardening doesn't have to be expensive. Improve your garden soil with these 8 amendments that are totally free and have your best garden yet!

Gardening doesn't have to be expensive. Improve your garden soil with these 8 amendments that are totally free and have your best garden yet!

Hypatia; daughter of the mathematician Theon (c. 335-405) last librarian of Alexandria (in Roman controlled Egypt), who raised her like a boy. Her scientific teaching was perceived as pagan. Hypatia was ambushed and skinned alive by a mob of Christian fanatics. Arguably, her murder marks the beginning of the Dark Ages.

Hypatia; daughter of the mathematician Theon (c. 335-405) last librarian of Alexandria (in Roman controlled Egypt), who raised her like a boy. Her scientific teaching was perceived as pagan. Hypatia was ambushed and skinned alive by a mob of Christian fanatics. Arguably, her murder marks the beginning of the Dark Ages.

First woman Arctic explorer, Josephine Peary, wife of Robert Peary, was a First Lady of the Arctic, “Mother of the Snow Baby,”  and a veteran of half a dozen polar expeditions who’d outlived her husband by three decades.

First woman Arctic explorer, Josephine Peary, wife of Robert Peary, was a First Lady of the Arctic, “Mother of the Snow Baby,” and a veteran of half a dozen polar expeditions who’d outlived her husband by three decades.