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  1. Laura Ingalls Wilder, 1867-1957: She Wrote Nine “Little House” Books About Pioneer Life (11-5-29)
  2. People in America (11-5-22)
  3. Alan Shepard, 1923-1998: The First American to Fly in Space (11-5-15)
  4. Celia Cruz, 1925-2003: “The Queen of Salsa” (11-5-8)
  5. John Kenneth Galbraith, 1908-2006: He Influenced Economic Thought for Many Years (11-5-1)
  6. Ann Landers, 1918-2002: She Helped Millions of People Deal With Their Problems (11-4-24)
  7. Robert Frost, 1874-1963: Most Americans Can Quote His Poems (11-4-17)
  8. Robert Frost, 1874-1963: Celebrating National Poetry Month with One of America’s Most Famous Poets (11-4-10)
  9. Elizabeth Taylor, 1932-2011: She Was Considered One of the Most Beautiful Women of Her Time (11-4-3)
  10. Babe Ruth,1895-1948: America’s Greatest Baseball Player (11-3-27)
  11. Shirley Chisholm, 1924-2005: The First Black Woman Elected to the U.S. Congress (11-3-20)
  12. Edward Hopper, 1882-1967: One of the Best American Artists of the Twentieth Century (11-3-13)
  13. The Carter Family: First Family of Country Music (11-3-6)
  14. Patricia Neal 1926-2010: Actress Had Great Success and Personal Tragedy (11-2-27)
  15. Sam Cooke, 1931-1964: A Singer Who Crossed Racial Lines (11-2-20)
  16. Harriet Tubman, 1820-1913: She Fought Slavery and Oppression (11-2-13)
  17. Ronald Reagan, 1911-2004: Remembering One of America's Most Popular Presidents on the 100th Anniversary of His Birth (11-2-6)
  18. James Rouse, 1914-1996: He Built Columbia, Maryland, A Planned City Near Washington, D.C. (11-1-30)
  19. Dian Fossey, 1932-1985: She Worked to Protect the Mountain Gorillas of Central Africa (11-1-23)
  20. Patsy Cline, 1932-1963: Fans Were 'Crazy' About This Young Country Music Star (11-1-16)
  21. PEOPLE IN AMERICA - Bob Feller, 1918-2010: One of Baseball's Finest Pitchers (11-1-9)
  22. Remembering Six People Lost in 2010 (11-1-2)
  23. Flannery O’Connor, 1925-1964: She Told Stories About People Living in the American South (10-12-26)
  24. Harry Houdini, 1874-1926: The Great Escape Artist (10-12-19)
  25. Maria Callas,1923-1977: A Beautiful Voice and Intense Personality (10-12-12)
  26. Milton Hershey, 1857-1945: He Created a Successful Business and Built a Sweet Town (10-12-5)
  27. F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940): What 'The Great Gatsby' Means to American Literature (10-11-28)
  28. F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940): He Wrote About the 'Roaring Twenties,' America's Wildest Party (10-11-21)
  29. Pearl S. Buck, 1892-1973: Writer was Most Famous for “The Good Earth” (10-11-14)
  30. John Coltrane, 1926-1967: The Famous Saxophone Player Helped Make Modern Jazz Popular Around the World (10-11-7)
  31. Edgar Allan Poe, 1809-1849: His Poems and Stories Are Strange and Frightening. (10-10-31)
  32. Edith Wharton, 1862-1937: She Wrote About the Young and Innocent in a Dishonest World (10-10-24)
  33. Soupy Sales, 1926-2009: He Made People Laugh for More Than 40 Years (10-10-17)
  34. Nellie Bly, 1864-1922: Newspaper Reporter Investigated Illegal Activities in New York City (10-10-10)
  35. Roger Miller, 1936-1992: 'King of the Road' in Country Music (10-10-3)
  36. Lady Bird Johnson 1912-2007: Former First Lady Was an Environmental Activist Who Made America More Beautiful (10-9-26)
  37. Ralph Ellison, 1914-1994: His Book, “Invisible Man,” Won Awards and is Still Discussed Today (10-9-19)
  38. Elizabeth Blackwell, 1821-1910: The First Western Woman in Modern Times to Become a Doctor (10-9-12)
  39. Andy Warhol, 1928-1987: The Father of Pop Art (10-9-5)
  40. Isadora Duncan, 1877-1927: The Mother of Modern Dance (10-8-29)
  41. Duke Ellington: His Life Story, Part Two (10-8-22)
  42. Duke Ellington, 1899-1974: From a Young Painter to Musical Royalty (10-8-15)
  43. Clare Boothe Luce, 1903-1987: News Reporter, Congress Member, Ambassador and Playwright. (10-8-8)
  44. Jacob Riis, 1849-1914 : He Worked to Make New York City a Better Place for Poor People (10-8-1)
  45. Winslow Homer, 1836-1910: America's Greatest Painter of the 19th Century (10-7-25)
  46. Emily Dickinson, 1830-1886: The (10-7-18)
  47. Percival Lowell, 1855-1916: His Work Led to the Discovery of Pluto (10-7-11)
  48. Ella Fitzgerald, 1917-1996: America's First Lady of Song (10-7-4)
  49. Mary Lyon, 1797-1849: A Leader in Women's Education in the 19th Century (10-6-27)
  50. Woody Guthrie,1912-1967: He Wrote One of America’s Best Loved Songs: ‘This Land is Your Land’ (10-6-20)
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