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  Making History: Black Nightingales - Featured Stories
The history of fl women in the nursing profession is a story of women of color fighting to overcome racial, social and economic injustice.
Although white nurses such as Florence Nightingale and Clara Barton are celebrated throughout history, these "Black Nightingales" also deserve to be acknowledged.
This article was originally written as an assignment for her Women's History course.
www.minoritynurse.com /features/other/02-02-05a.html   (1074 words)

  
 History in a High School Gym
Making art history with a high school gym and $6,000
The occasion was the gala opening of The Regina 5 Exhibition Number Two, a display of 25 paintings (five each) by Ronald Bloore, Edward (Ted) Godwin, Kenneth Lochhead, Arthur McKay, and Douglas Morton.
These are some of the questions gallery-goers across Ontario will have an unprecedented chance to consider because of the enthusiasm and the bulldog tenacity of Olive Price-Adams and her friends in the village of Creemore.
www.ronbloore.ca /Creemore.htm   (837 words)

  
 Antique Collectible Glass
The history of glass making is very old and even now is covered in the deepest mystery.
Natural glass has existed since the beginning of time, formed when certain types of rocks melt as a result of high temperature occurrences such as volcanic eruptions, lightning strikes or the impact of meteorites, and then cool and solidify rapidly.
The Museum of American Glass is the largest museum in the country dedicated to preserving the history of glass made in the United States.
www.e-profession.com /antique_collectible_glass.htm   (1334 words)

  
 Cathleen 1944– Black - ENTERING THE PUBLISHING WORLD, MAKING PUBLISHING HISTORY
Her success in expanding the company's titles' advertising sales, circulation, and presence on both national and international levels made her a notable figure in publishing history.
She was described as a person who met challenges head on, a great presenter, a charming colleague, and a hands-off supervisor who trusted her editors to do their work without her intervention.
In 1979, after working there for two years, Black was indeed named publisher of New York, making her the first woman to hold that title for a weekly consumer magazine.
www.referenceforbusiness.com /biography/A-E/Black-Cathleen-1944.html   (742 words)

  
 BestHomeschooling.org - People, Cultures, and the Making of History
The core of the site is a timeline of world history covering the major events in world history from the dawn of civilization to the present.
Explore the history of 18ths century America through historic documents, newspapers, maps, magazines, and letters.
A huge history site, covering a wide variety of subjects around the world, eyewitness accounts, great battles, technology, and much, much more.
www.besthomeschooling.org /gateway/inted05.html   (1829 words)

  
 Film Making & Movie History
pp.320 In-depth account of a studio's short and turbulent history, from its promising beginnings in 1928, its triumphs and failures, to its collapse at the hands of Howard Hughes 30 years later.
Hans Richter is universally known as a filmmaker, sculptor, painter and writer.
From his student days to the making of the first abstract film to the 1970s, he strived for reconciliation between conflicting tendencies of liberty and order, chaos and structure.
www.bspgallery.com.au /film.htm   (1748 words)

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