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Chautauqua Atlantic Aug 18
We thoroughly enjoy the tweets on American history! Thank you so much for all you do and share !!
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Allen Coleman Aug 28
seeks Executive Director. 501(c)3 organization that produces interactive theatre performed by historical interpreters. This flex-time job for one with leadership experience and love of history. More info here
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GreenvilleChautauqua Sep 11
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September 15, 1857 the 27th U.S. President was born in Cincinnati, OH. More @
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GreenvilleChautauqua Sep 10
9/10/1846 The American Sewing Machine was patented by in New Hartford, CT. and , also invented sewing machines resulting in a legal battle. However, sewing machines were already used in France as early as 1830.
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GreenvilleChautauqua Sep 3
9/3/1951, TV soap opera premiered on CBS. Created by w/ . The show began as a 15-minute serial. Expanded to 30 minutes in '68 and ran until 1986. Watch premiere @
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GreenvilleChautauqua Sep 13
9/13/1851 American Army physician (d1902) born in Gloucester County, VA. He served as army surgeon for over 20 years. The Army's hospital in Washington, D.C., was named in his honor. more @
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Allen Coleman May 17
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Allen Coleman May 17
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GreenvilleChautauqua Sep 5
9/5/1847 - born in Centerville, MO. He was a Confederate guerrilla, American outlaw, bank and train robber, and leader of the James-Younger Gang. Read about him @
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GreenvilleChautauqua Sep 8
9/8/1966 made its television debut on NBC. It did become a cult classic, but that was not always so. The show was canceled after three seasons, due to low ratings. Watch$@@ first episode @
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GreenvilleChautauqua Sep 4
9/4/1888 Inventor received patent for roll film, a roll film camera, the camera's shutter and trademark for name . He changed his company name to in 1892. More @
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GreenvilleChautauqua Sep 6
9/6/1860 Pioneering social worker born Cedarville, IL. In 1889 she & opened , serving Chicago's poor. In 1931 was 1st U.S. woman to win Read &
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