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  1. Truman Capote, 1924-1984: Created the First Nonfiction Novel With 'In Cold Blood' (12-5-27)
  2. Lucille Ball Was The Funniest Woman on TV (12-5-20)
  3. Artie Shaw, 1910-2004 : Last Great Musician of What Has Been Called the (12-5-13)
  4. Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910: Anti-Slavery Activist Wrote 'Battle Hymn of the Republic' (12-5-6)
  5. George Abbott, 1887-1995: 'Mister Broadway' (12-4-29)
  6. Beverly Sills, 1929-2007: A Beautiful Voice for Opera and the Arts (12-4-22)
  7. Chief Joseph, 1840-1904: A Hero of Freedom for Native Americans, Part Two (12-4-15)
  8. Chief Joseph, 1840-1904: A Great Nez Perce Indian Chief (12-4-8)
  9. Margaret Sanger, 1883-1966: A Leader of the Birth Control Movement (12-4-1)
  10. Nat King Cole, 1919-1965: One of America's Most Popular Singers (12-3-25)
  11. John Wesley Powell, 1834-1902: Famous Explorer of the American West (12-3-18)
  12. Wilma Rudolph, 1940-1994: "The Fastest Woman in the World" (12-3-11)
  13. Frank and Jesse James, Brothers in Crime in the Old West (12-3-4)
  14. Who Made Hollywood Into Hollywood? (12-2-26)
  15. Barbara Cooney, 1917-2000: She Created Many Popular Books for Children (12-2-19)
  16. Stephen Vincent Benet, 1898-1943: Popular Writer of the Early 1900s, Part Two (12-2-12)
  17. Stephen Vincent Benet, 1898-1943: One of America's Most Popular Writers of the 1900s (12-2-5)
  18. Cliff Robertson, 1923-2011: Award Winning Actor, Writer, Producer and Director (12-1-29)
  19. Pocahontas, 1595-1617: An Important Player in Early Jamestown (12-1-22)
  20. Henry Ford, 1863-1947: Life After the Model T (12-1-15)
  21. Henry Ford, 1863-1947: He Created the Ford Motor Company and Revolutionized the Automobile Industry (12-1-8)
  22. Phillis Wheatley, 1753-1784: Early African-American Poet (11-12-18)
  23. Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1803-1882: A Great Twentieth Century Writer and Philosopher (11-12-11)
  24. Burl Ives, 1909-1995; The Famous American Actor and Singer Recorded Hundreds of Songs (11-12-4)
  25. Georgia O'Keeffe, 1887-1986: Her Paintings Showed Her Love for the American Southwest (11-11-27)
  26. Sam Houston, 1793-1863: A 19th Century American Statesman, Politician, and Soldier (11-11-20)
  27. Sam Houston, 1793-1863: One of the Most Famous Leaders of Texas (11-11-13)
  28. Winslow Homer, 1836-1910: America's Painter (11-11-6)
  29. Betty Friedan, 1921-2006: A Leader of the Modern Women's Rights Movement (11-10-30)
  30. Edward Kennedy, 1932-2009: The 'Liberal Lion' of the Senate (11-10-23)
  31. Lena Horne, 1917-2010: A Star Who Broke Racial Barriers (11-10-16)
  32. Dr. Spock, 1903-1998: The World's Most Famous Baby Doctor (11-10-9)
  33. Kay Yow, 1942-2009 and Betty Jameson, 1919-2009: They Changed the World of Sports for Women (11-10-2)
  34. Michael Jackson, 1958-2009: He Amazed the World with His Music and Dancing (11-9-25)
  35. Louisa May Alcott, 1832-1888: The Woman Behind 'Little Women' (11-9-18)
  36. Walter Cronkite, 1916-2009: A Trusted TV Newsman (11-9-11)
  37. Katharine Hepburn, 1907-2003: An Independent and Intelligent Actress (11-9-4)
  38. Jesse Owens, 1913- 1980: He Was Once the Fastest Runner in the World (11-8-28)
  39. Eunice Kennedy Shriver, 1921-2009: She Changed the World for People with Mental Disabilities (11-8-21)
  40. Aaron Copland, 1900-1990: He Taught Americans About Themselves Through Music (11-8-14)
  41. Helen Keller, 1880-1968: She Became the Most Famous Disabled Person in the World (11-8-7)
  42. Helen Keller, 1880-1968: Out of a World of Darkness and Silence, She Brought Hope to Millions of People (11-7-31)
  43. Louis Kahn, 1901-1974: He Helped Define Modern Architecture (11-7-24)
  44. Billie Holiday, 1915-1959: The Lady Sang the Blues (11-7-17)
  45. Henry Loomis, 1919-2008: Director of VOA Had the Idea to Create Special English (11-7-10)
  46. Margaret Mead, 1901-1978: One of the Most Famous Anthropologists in the World (11-7-3)
  47. Ernest Hemingway, 1899-1961: One of the Most Famous Writers of the 20th Century (11-6-26)
  48. Ernest Hemingway, 1899-1961: He Was Able to Paint in Words What He Saw and Felt (11-6-19)
  49. Bessie Coleman, 1892-1926: She Dared to Dream and Became the First African American Female Pilot (11-6-12)
  50. Gene Kelly, 1912-1996: His Movies Made Dance Popular in America (11-6-5)
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