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  1. Lady Bird Johnson: The Former First Lady Was an Environmental Activist Who Made America More Beautiful (07-8-5)
  2. Ronald Reagan, 1911-2004: One of America's Most Popular Presidents (07-7-29)
  3. Elizabeth Blackwell, 1821-1910: Against Strong Opposition, She Became the First Western Woman in Modern Time (07-7-22)
  4. Bob Hope, 1903-2003: He Entertained People for More Than 70 Years (07-7-15)
  5. Clare Booth Luce, 1903-1987: News reporter, Magazine Editor, Member of Congress and Ambassador (07-7-8)
  6. Fred Astaire, 1899-1987: His Acting, Singing and Dancing Changed the American Motion Picture Musical (07-7-1)
  7. William Randolph Hearst, 1863-1951: He Created What Was Once the Nation's Largest Newspaper Organization (07-6-24)
  8. Edith Wharton, 1862-1937: Wrote Novels of the Young and Innocent in a Dishonest World (07-6-17)
  9. Sam Cooke, 1931-1964: The singer was one of the biggest stars in the music industry during the 1950s and 60s (07-6-10)
  10. Mary Lyon, 1797-1849: A Leader in Women's Education in the Nineteenth Century (07-6-3)
  11. Ella Fitzgerald, 1917-1996: She Was America's First Lady of Song (07-5-27)
  12. Johnny Appleseed, 1774-1845: Many Stories and Poems Were Written About This American Hero (07-5-20)
  13. Pocahontas, 1595-1617: She Played an Important Part in the History of Jamestown, Virginia 400 Years Ago (07-5-13)
  14. Gene Kelly, 1912-1996: His Movies Made Dance Popular in America (07-5-6)
  15. Frank Lloyd Wright, 1867-1959: The greatest American building designer of the twentieth century (07-4-29)
  16. Barbara Jordan, 1936-1996: A Powerful Voice for Justice and Social Change (07-4-22)
  17. John Coltrane, 1926-1967: The famous saxophone player helped make modern jazz popular around the world (07-4-15)
  18. John Kenneth Galbraith, 1908-2006: He Strongly Influenced Economic Thought in the United States for Many Yea (07-4-8)
  19. Emily Dickinson, 1830-1886: The 'Belle of Amherst' Became one of America's Greatest Poets (07-4-1)
  20. Billie Holiday, 1915-1959: The Lady Sang the Blues (07-3-25)
  21. Thomas Edison, 1847-1931: America's Great Inventor (07-3-18)
  22. Ayn Rand, 1905-1982: Americans Still Debate Her Books and Ideas (07-3-11)
  23. Billy Wilder, 1906-2002: He Made Movies That People Will Never Forget (07-3-4)
  24. Ida Tarbell: She Used Her Reporting Skills Against One of the Most Powerful Companies in the World (07-2-25)
  25. Jerome Kern, 1885-1945: The Father of American Musical Theater (07-2-18)
  26. Rachel Carson, 1907-1964: Her Books Helped Launch the Environmental Protection Movement in the U.S. (07-2-11)
  27. W.E.B. Du Bois, 1868-1963: He Fought for Civil Rights for Black People (07-2-4)
  28. Madam C.J. Walker, 1867-1919: She Developed Hair-Care Products for Black Women (07-1-28)
  29. James Brown, 1933-2006: The Godfather of Soul Influenced Many Kinds of Music During His 50-Year Career (07-1-21)
  30. Buckminster Fuller, 1895-1983: Building Designer, Engineer, Inventor, Thinker, Poet (07-1-14)
  31. Jane Jacobs, 1916-2006: Her Activism Helped Shape the Look and Feel of Cities (07-1-7)
  32. Irving Berlin, 1888-1989: He Wrote Songs that Made America Sing (06-12-24)
  33. Doctor Seuss, 1904-1991: People of all Ages Love his Books for Children (06-12-17)
  34. Marilyn Monroe, 1926-1962: America's Most Famous Sex Symbol (06-12-10)
  35. Henry Ford Made the Automobile Industry an Important Part of the Nation's Economy (06-12-3)
  36. Henry Ford Created the Ford Motor Company and Revolutionized the Automobile Industry (06-11-26)
  37. Stephen Foster, 1826-1864: America's First Popular Songwriter (06-11-19)
  38. Crazy Horse Was Chief of the Lakota, a Warrior and a Holy Man (06-11-12)
  39. Katharine Hepburn, 1907-2003: An Independent and Intelligent Actress (06-11-5)
  40. Edward Weston, 1886-1958: He Helped Change the Way Americans Understood Photography  (06-10-29)
  41. Richard Rodgers Wrote Musical Plays That Often Dealt with Social Issues (06-10-22)
  42. Helen Keller, 1880-1968: 'I Try to Make the Light in Others' Eyes My Sun' (06-10-15)
  43. Out of a World of Darkness and Silence, Helen Keller Brought Hope to Millions (06-10-8)
  44. James Baldwin Wrote About Race and Identity in America (06-10-1)
  45. Edward Hopper's Simple Paintings Hold Special Meaning for Americans (06-9-24)
  46. Nina Simone Was a Singer and Activist in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s (06-9-17)
  47. Milton Berle was "Mister Television" to the Millions of Americans Who Watched Him (06-9-10)
  48. Margaret Mead Influenced How Social Scientists Understood Native Cultures (06-9-3)
  49. Roberto Clemente: The first Latino Player Honored in the Baseball Hall of Fame (06-8-27)
  50. Washington Post Owner and Publisher Katharine Graham: A Powerful Media Leader in America (06-8-20)
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