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1899 – Born on the 8th of January in East Dover, Vermont. 1918 – He served in the U.S Marine Corps.1920 – He received an undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College. 1921 – He went into the lumber business, first in Headville, Vermont.          – He was involved in banking. 1923 – He married ..

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1854 – Adamson was born in Bowdoon on August 13, 1854. 1874 – Graduated from Bowdoon College. 1876 – Studied law and was admitted to the bar. 1885-1889 – Became a judge in the city court of Carrollton. 1892 – Part of the delegate for the Democratic National Convention. 1897-1917 – Elected as a Democrat ..

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1914 – Born on the 31st of January in Newark, New Jersey. 1939 – He graduated from Fordham University in New York City and went to work for A&C Clothing, Co. 1946 – He became vice president in Newark. 1948 – He ran for and won a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives as ..

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1965 – Aderholt was born in Haleyville, Alabama on July 22, 1965. 1990 – Educated at Birmingham-Southern College and Samford University. 1992 – Appointed as Haleyville munincipal judge. 1995 – Become the top aide of Governor Fob James of Alabama. 1996 – Ran and replaced Tom Bevill who retired from the Congress. 1997 – Elected ..

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1807 – Charles Francis Adams, born on the 18th of August in Boston, Massachusetts U.S. An American diplomat who played an important role in keeping Britain neutral during the U.S. Civil War and in promoting the arbitration of the important “Alabama” claims. The son of Pres. John Quincy Adams and the grandson of Pres. John ..

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1915 – Born on June 18th in in Houston, Texas.   1936 – He went to work for the Southern Pacific Railroad.   1962 – He extinguished the "Devil’s Cigarette Lighter" in the Sahara Desert.   1993 – Sold the Red Adair Compa..

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1735 – He was born on the 30th day of October this year in   1764 – He married Miss Abigail Smith, the daughter of a Congregational minister, at Weymouth, Massachusetts. Their children were Abigail Amelia; future president John Quincy ; Susanna Adams; Charles; Thomas Boylston ; and Elizabeth who died at birth.   1765 ..

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1927 – He was born on the 13th of January in Atlanta, Georgia. 1944 – He served in the U.S. Navy for two years. 1948 – He attended the University of Washington at Seattle where  he was elected president of the student                  government. 1949 – He graduated from the University of Washington and was ..

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