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Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt. Pre-reading. Questions: • Who was Eleanor Roosevelt?
Descendents of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt's Paternal Ancestry. V. Eleanor Roosevelt's Maternal Ancestry .
Eleanor Roosevelt
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT WAS BORN on October 11, 1884, in New. York City. Her full ELEANOR ROOSEVELT GREW UP as a very shy, insecure young girl.
HONORING ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
Eleanor Roosevelt with Fala at Val-Kill. SAVE AMERICA'S TREASURES. HONORING.
Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt. First lady, writer (1884-1962). Few people have undergone such dramatic personal alterations as.

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Eleanor Roosevelt's Old Lenox Hill Townhouse Sells for $5M Discount
The heavily-decorated Lenox Hill townhouse where Eleanor Roosevelt lived in the '50s just sold for $9.5 million, a full $5 million less than the initial ask of $14.5 million.
Eleanor Roosevelt in the modern age of today
“A democratic form of government, a democratic way of life…presupposes also an education for personal responsibility that is too often neglected.” — Eleanor Roosevelt My mother-in-law let me borrow two books on Eleanor Roosevelt a few years back.
Olivia Williams on being Eleanor Roosevelt
I would like to think, as I write this, that I am preparing for my next role, Eleanor Roosevelt, who among myriad other duties and passions, wrote a daily syndicated newspaper column from 1935 to 1962.
Women Celebrate 'Equality Day' At State Capitol
including a few elected officials and several political action group leaders, gathered Friday at the State Capitol in Atlanta to remember the contributions and words of several famous women, such as Sojourner Truth and Eleanor Roosevelt.
It's Almost Back-To-School Time For Pennsbury Students
"It will be an exciting time for Eleanor Roosevelt Elementary students, who will witness their school transforming into an energy-efficient, green facility as the year unfolds, just as Makefield Elementary students did last year.

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Eleanor Roosevelt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was the First Lady of the United States from 1933 to 1945.
Eleanor Roosevelt Quotes - The Quotations Page
Eleanor Roosevelt Biography
Eleanor Roosevelt Biography :: National First Ladies' Library
National First Ladies' Library's biography for Eleanor Roosevelt.
Eleanor Roosevelt biography
When FDR was elected to the presidency, Eleanor Roosevelt reluctantly became first lady, yet she proved a great innovator in this capacity.

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