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  1. Woody Guthrie,1912-1967: Singing the Songs of ‘Dust Bowl Refugees’ (10-6-13)
  2. Ayn Rand, 1905-1982: Americans Still Debate Her Books and Ideas (10-6-6)
  3. R. Buckminster Fuller, 1895-1983: Building Designer, Engineer, Inventor and Poet (10-5-30)
  4. Lena Horne, 1917-2010: A Star Who Broke Racial Barriers (10-5-23)
  5. James Brown, 1933-2006: The Godfather of Soul (10-5-16)
  6. Barbara Jordan, 1936-1996: A Powerful Voice for Justice and Social Change (10-5-9)
  7. Doctor Seuss, 1904-1991: People of all Ages Love his Books for Children (10-5-2)
  8. Ida Tarbell, 1857-1944: She Used Her Reporting Skills Against One of the Most Powerful Companies in the World (10-4-25)
  9. Lucille Clifton, 1936-2010: The Award-Winning Poet was the First African American Poet Laureate of Maryland (10-4-18)
  10. Roberto Clemente, 1934-1972: The first Latino Baseball Player Honored in the Baseball Hall of Fame (10-4-11)
  11. Elvis Presley, 1935-1977: The King of Rock and Roll (10-4-4)
  12. Madam C.J. Walker, 1867-1919: Developed Hair-Care Products for Black Women (10-3-28)
  13. Mark Twain, 1835-1910: One of America’s Best Known and Best Loved Writers (10-3-21)
  14. Rachel Carson, 1907-1964: Environmentalist and Author (10-3-14)
  15. Todd Duncan, 1903-1998: He Opened Doors for Other Black Classical Singers (10-3-7)
  16. Billie Holiday, 1915-1959: The Lady Sang the Blues (10-2-28)
  17. Jackson Pollock, 1912-1956: He Invented a New Kind of Painting (10-2-21)
  18. Jane Jacobs, 1916-2006: Her Activism Helped Shape the Look and Feel of Cities (10-2-14)
  19. Arthur Ashe, 1943-1993: Tennis Champion and Civil Rights Activist (10-2-7)
  20. Pioneers Who Shaped the Sounds of Radio (10-1-31)
  21. Scott Joplin, 1867-1917: The King of Ragtime Music (10-1-24)
  22. Margaret Mead, 1901-1978: A Public Face of Anthropology (10-1-17)
  23. William Faulkner,1897-1962: He Won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1949 (10-1-10)
  24. William Faulkner, 1897-1962: He was America’s Greatest Southern Writer (10-1-3)
  25. Remembering Six Interesting Americans (09-12-27)
  26. Irving Berlin, 1888-1989: He Wrote the Songs that Made America Sing (09-12-20)
  27. Louis Kahn, 1901-1974: He Helped Define Modern Architecture (09-12-13)
  28. Marilyn Monroe, 1926-1962: America's Most Famous Sex Symbol (09-12-6)
  29. Arthur Miller: 1915-2005: One of the Greatest American Playwrights of the 20th Century (09-11-29)
  30. Hank Williams,1923-1953: He Wrote Songs About Love and Heartbreak (09-11-22)
  31. Helen Keller, 1880-1968: She Became the Most Famous Disabled Person in the World (09-11-15)
  32. Helen Keller, 1880-1968: Out of a World of Darkness and Silence, She Brought Hope to Millions of People Around the World (09-11-8)
  33. Carl Rowan, 1925-2000: The first black director of the United States Information Agency. (09-11-1)
  34. Charles Schulz, 1922-2000: He wrote the popular comic strip “Peanuts” for 50 years. (09-10-25)
  35. Betty Friedan,1921-2006: A Leader of the Modern Women’s Rights Movement (09-10-18)
  36. Jack Benny, 1894-1974: He Won Hearts Mostly by Making Fun of Himself (09-10-11)
  37. Nina Simone, 1933-2003: Singer Was Active in the Civil Rights Movement (09-10-4)
  38. Les Paul, 1915-2009: His Electric Guitar and Inventions Changed 20th Century Popular Music (09-9-27)
  39. Katharine Hepburn, 1907-2003: An Independent and Intelligent Actress (09-9-20)
  40. Edward Kennedy, 1932-2009: The 'Liberal Lion' of the Senate (09-9-13)
  41. Cesar Chavez, 1927- 1993: He Organized the First Successful Farm Workers Union in America (09-9-6)
  42. Eugene McCarthy,1916-2005 : His Campaign for President in 1968 Forced a President From Office (09-8-30)
  43. Eunice Kennedy Shriver, 1921-2009: She Changed the World for People With Mental Disabilities (09-8-23)
  44. Walter Cronkite, 1916-2009: A Trusted TV Newsman (09-8-16)
  45. Diane Arbus, 1923-1971: A Revolutionary Photographer of Unusual People (09-8-9)
  46. Jesse Owens (09-8-8)
  47. Leonard Bernstein,1918-1990: Composer, Conductor, Pianist and Teacher. (09-8-2)
  48. Clara Barton,1821-1912: A Life of Caring for Others (09-7-26)
  49. The Marx Brothers Made Americans Laugh During the Great Depression of the 1930s. (09-7-19)
  50. Mary Cassatt, 1844-1926: She Broke Social Barriers with her Art (09-7-12)
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