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  1. Sydney Pollack, 1934-2008: He Directed, Produced and Acted in Many Popular Hollywood Movies (08-7-20)
  2. Janis Joplin, 1943-1970 : One of the Most Famous Voices in Rock Music (08-7-13)
  3. Flannery O’Connor, 1925-1964: She Told Stories About People Living in Small Towns in the American South (08-7-6)
  4. Ray Charles, 1930-2004: He Created a Sound That Had a Huge Influence on Popular Music (08-6-29)
  5. Ray Charles, 1930-2004: Singer, Songwriter and Musician Performed Rock-and-Roll, Rhythm-and-Blues, Even Country-and-Western Music (08-6-22)
  6. Susan B. Anthony, 1820 -1906: She Led the Fight to Gain Equal Rights for Women, Including the Right to Vote (08-6-15)
  7. Robert Rauschenberg, 1925-2008: He Redefined Modern Art With His Inventive and Energetic Works (08-6-8)
  8. Louisa May Alcott, 1832-1888: She Wrote Her First Book at the Age of 16 (08-6-1)
  9. Edward R. Murrow, 1908-1965: The Famous Radio and Television Reporter Helped Create Modern News Broadcasting (08-5-25)
  10. Gwendolyn Brooks, 1917-2000: The Poet was the First African American to Win a Pulitzer Prize for Literature (08-5-18)
  11. Isaac Stern, 1920 - 2001: One of the Most Honored Musicians in the World (08-5-11)
  12. Barbara McClintock, 1902-1992: She Made Important Discoveries About Genes and Chromosomes (08-5-4)
  13. Bella Abzug, 1920-1998: Activist for Women’s Rights was Known for her Large Hats and Strong Opinions (08-4-27)
  14. Charlton Heston, 1923-2008: An Actor Famous for Playing Heroic Roles (08-4-20)
  15. Langston Hughes, 1902-1967: The African-American Poet was a Leader of the Harlem Renaissance (08-4-13)
  16. Langston Hughes, 1902-1967: The Poetic Voice of African Americans (08-4-6)
  17. Lou Gehrig, 1903-1941: The Great Baseball Player Considered Himself 'The Luckiest Man on the Face of the Earth' (08-3-30)
  18. Mary Kay Ash, 1918-2001: She Started a Skin Care Company That Has Sales of More Than Two Billion Dollars a Year (08-3-23)
  19. Ernest Hemingway, 1899-1961: One of the Most Famous Writers of the 20th Century (08-3-16)
  20. Ernest Hemingway, 1899-1961: He created a New Kind of Writing. He Was Able to Paint in Words What He Saw and Felt. (08-3-9)
  21. Shirley Chisholm, 1924-2005: The First Black Woman Elected to the U.S. Congress (08-3-2)
  22. Annie Oakley, 1860-1926: One of the Most Famous Sharpshooters in American History (08-2-24)
  23. Cole Porter, 1891-1964: He Wrote Songs for Broadway Musicals and Movies That Are Still Popular Today (08-2-17)
  24. Cole Porter, 1891-1964: His Songs From the Nineteen Twenties, Thirties and Forties Remain as Fresh as When He Wrote Them (08-2-10)
  25. Lucille Ball, 1911-1989: She Was the Funniest Woman on Television (08-2-3)
  26. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1929-1968: The Civil Rights Leader Organized the March on Washington, DC in 1963 (08-1-27)
  27. Martin Luther King: He Used Non-Violence and Civil Disobedience to Gain Equal Rights for Black Americans (08-1-20)
  28. Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910: The Anti-Slavery Activist Wrote One of the Great Civil War Songs (08-1-13)
  29. Shel Silverstein, 1930-1999: Poet, Writer, Composer, Singer, Musician and Artist (08-1-6)
  30. Remembering Four Interesting People Who Died This Year (07-12-30)
  31. Johnny Cash, 1932-2003: 'The Man in Black' Recorded More Than One Thousand Songs During His Life (07-12-23)
  32. Kurt Vonnegut, 1922-2007: His Books Combined Science Fiction and Humor with Social Criticism (07-12-16)
  33. Barbara Cooney, 1917-2000: She Created Many Popular Books for Children (07-12-9)
  34. Margaret Sanger, 1883-1966: She Led the Fight for Birth Control for Women (07-12-2)
  35. Ray Kroc, 1902-1984: The Man Who Made McDonald's Popular Around the World (07-11-25)
  36. Dian Fossey, 1932-1985: She Worked to Protect the Mountain Gorillas of Central Africa (07-11-18)
  37. James Stewart, 1908-1997: He Starred in Some of the Best-loved American Movies (07-11-11)
  38. Maria Callas, 1923-1977: A Beautiful Voice and Intense Personality (07-11-4)
  39. Walt Disney, 1901-1966: It All Started with a Mouse (07-10-28)
  40. Wilma Rudolph, 1940-1994: 'The Fastest Woman in the World' (07-10-21)
  41. Davy Crockett, 1786-1836: King of the Wild Frontier (07-10-14)
  42. Patsy Cline, 1932-1963: Fans Were 'Crazy' About This Young Country Music Star (07-10-7)
  43. Frederick Douglass, 1818-1895: He Fought for Freedom and Equality for African Americans (07-9-30)
  44. Georgia O'Keefe, 1887-1986: Her Paintings Showed Her Love for the American Southwest (07-9-23)
  45. The Wright Brothers, Wilbur 1867-1912 and Orville 1871-1948: They Showed the World How to Fly (07-9-16)
  46. Beverly Sills, 1929-2007: A Beautiful Voice for Opera and the Arts (07-9-9)
  47. Samuel Gompers, 1850-1924: 'The Grand Old Man of Labor' (07-9-2)
  48. Nellie Bly: Newspaper Reporter Used Unusual Methods to Investigate and Write About Illegal Activities in NYC (07-8-26)
  49. Edward Teller, 1908-2003: "Father of the Hydrogen Bomb" (07-8-19)
  50. Elvis Presley, 1935-1977: He Was The King of Rock and Roll (07-8-12)
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