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Jeanne Sauve was the first female Governor General of Canada. She held this position with dignity, grace, and elegance.
Published by carol roach 79 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +12 votes | 7 comments
The functions of the office of Governor General was well represented by Jeanne Sauve
Published by carol roach 79 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +4 votes | 1 comments
Jeanne Sauve, was the first female Governor General of Canada and the second female Governor General within the British Commonwealth.
Published by carol roach 79 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +4 votes | 2 comments
Jeanne Sauve was the Speaker of the House of Commons During the Trudeau years.
Published by carol roach 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +7 votes | 2 comments
Jeanne Sauve was the first female governor general of Canada and a pioneer in women's issues. Maurice Sauve, conservative party of canada, PC Party of Canada, Canadian Government, Radio Canada, CBC, Canadian Broadcasting Company, La Sorbonne, London School of Economics
Published by carol roach 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +8 votes | 2 comments
Michael Faraday changed the way we think of electricity and its possible applications. This biography looks at the man behind the reputation.
Published by Norma MacLennan 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +6 votes | 2 comments
A thorough, yet easy to read J.S. Bach biography.
Published by Lizzie Donovan 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +12 votes | 7 comments
Knievel said that in his career he had earned $60 million and spent $63 million.
Published by Eve Sherrill York 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +4 votes | 1 comments
Samuel Tayolor Coleridge was an English poet who lived between 1772 to 1834. He was a clergyman's son, and, from his earliest years, a great reader. He admired Robinson Crusoe, The Arabian Nights, and other tales of adventure. Orphaned in his ninth year, he was sent to London, where he became a "blue-coat boy" at Christ's Hospital.
Published by Inforead 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +1 votes | 0 comments
Paul Cezanne was a genius artist of the impressionist movement whose work has influenced his successors and peers alike. This is a brief look at his legacy more than his life.
Published by Norma MacLennan 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +9 votes | 3 comments
The manners of Marie Antoinette were ill-suited to the French court, and she made many enemies among the highest families by her contempt for its ceremonies, which excited her ridicule. The freedom of her own manners, even after she became queen, was also a cause of scandal. Many of her indiscretions were indeed extreme, and the accusations of her enemies are still persistent. For instance, she went to the theatre in disguise, and when her carriage broke down she took a fiacre with a singl...
Published by Inforead 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +3 votes | 1 comments
Marie Antoinette Joseph Jeanne de Lorraine, Archduchess of Austria and Queen of France, the youngest daughter of the Emperor Francis I and of Maria Theresa, was born at Vienna, 2 November 1755.
Published by Inforead 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +2 votes | 1 comments
William Cowper (pronounced Cooper), lived from 1731 - 1800. He was an English poet. His father was court chaplain. William Cowper suffered from depression all his life and his mental health was fragile. The strain on his mind was increased by his father's decision to ban him from marrying his first love, his cousin Theodora Cowper.
Published by Inforead 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +5 votes | 1 comments
From the writings of the ancient Greek philosopher and chronicler Aristotle, we know that somewhere between 620 and 560 BCE, a freedman known as Aesop found his way to the court of Croesus, the last of the kings of Lydia in Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey).
Published by James R. Coffey 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +9 votes | 3 comments
A comparison of the live of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcom X
Published by Kerry Hosking 80 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +0 votes | 1 comments
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