Rand Paul may just be one of the most elusive politicians in recent memory! Although he is often at the forefront of headlines when he publicizes his statements, not much is know about the personal life, hobbies or quirks of this politician. In 2013, however, Rand Paul did an interview with Harry Binswager of Vogue ..
Canada’s first feminist philanthropist 1981 – a aprt of the pus for the inclusion of the equity classes in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Founding "mother" of Canada’s largest women’s history website "coolwomen" Founder of the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund -Leaf/FARJ A Founder of the Canadian Women’s ..
1836 – Russell Alger was born in Lafayette Township in Medina County, Ohio on the 27th of February. 1848 – He was orphaned and work on a farm to support himself and his two siblings. 1859 – He studied law in Akron, Ohio and was admitted to the bar on March. 1860 – He practiced ..
1823 – Born on the 18th of November in Chester, New Hampshire as on of the ten children of Governor John Bell. – Attended Pembroek Academy. 1837 – Attended Phillips Exeter Academy with one year. 1844 – Graduated from Dartmouth College, Class of 1844. – Read law for three years. 1847 ..
1917 – John F. Kennedy was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, the son of Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. and Rose Fitzgerald. 1935 – He enrolled at the London School of Economics with the intention of studying political economy for a year under the tutelage of Professor Harold Laski, , but an illness hospitalized him ..
1912 – Born on the 18th of November in Milwaukee, Wisconsin U.S.A. 1936 – He graduated high school at Marquette High School in Milwaukee. 1937 – On 26th of May he married Miss Blanche M. Janic. 1938 – He taught High School in Milwaukee. 1942 – He was elected as a ..
1827 – Born on May 10th in Belmont County, Ohio. 1856 – Married to Ellen Towne Hatch on August 20th. 1863 – Was the Congressman of Minnesota. 1866 – A Republican National Committee for two years. 1881 – He became the United States Secretary of the Treasury and United States Senator from Minnesota. 1889 – ..
1812 – He was born on the 16th day of February this year in Farmington, New Hampshire. 1833 – He had his name legally changed by the legislature to Henry Wilson. He moved to Natick, Massachusetts and became a shoemaker. 1841 – He was a member of the state legislature from this year ..
1779 – Born on December 20th in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. A Senator and a Representative from Pennsylvania. 1801 – He attended Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Studied law, admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1810 – Assisted in organizing the Pittsburgh Manufacturing Company. – The first president of the Bank of ..
1918 – Born in Nbawsi, Isiala Ngwa North Local Government Area of Abia State, Nigeria on Tuesday Ist January. 1939-1943 – Jaja Wachuku was Secretary of the Association of Students of African Descent (ASAD) in Ireland. Wachuku was the First African Laureate in Oratory of the Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. 1941 – He was elected ..