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Lucretia Garfield

She was born in Garrettsville, Ohio. Her father was Zeb Rudolph, a farmer and co-founder of the Eclectic Institute at Hiram, and her mother was Arabella Mason-Rudolph. Lucretia "Crete" Rudolph was a devout member of the Churches of Christ. She wa ...

                                               

Charles J. Guiteau

Charles Julius Guiteau was the man who assassinated the 20th President of the United States, James A. Garfield. Guiteau shot Garfield twice in the back because he thought that God had commanded him to kill the president. Guiteau shot Garfield aft ...

                                               

Bill Gates Sr.

William Henry Gates, Sr. was an American attorney, philanthropist and author of the book Showing Up for Life: Thoughts on the Gifts of a Lifetime. He was the father of Bill Gates. Gates was born on November 30, 1925 in Bremerton, Washington. He s ...

                                               

Microsoft

Microsoft Corporation is a company that makes computer software and video games for users around the world. Bill Gates and Paul Allen founded the company in 1975. Microsoft makes Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Edge, MSN and Xbox, among othe ...

                                               

J. Paul Getty

Jean Paul Getty was an American industrialist. He founded the Getty Oil Company. In 1957 Fortune magazine named him the richest living American, and the 1966 Guinness Book of Records named him as the worlds richest private citizen, worth an estim ...

                                               

Trust (U.S. TV series)

Trust is an American television anthology series that premiered on FX. Trust s 10-episode first season is set in 1973 and centers on the kidnapping in Italy of John Paul Getty III, then-heir to Getty Oil. The first season was written by Simon Bea ...

                                               

Hutton Gibson

Hutton Peter "Red" Gibson or Red Hutton ; was an American writer on Sedevacantism. He was a World War II veteran. In 1968, Gibson became a Jeopardy! grand champion. He was the father of 11 children, one of whom is the actor and director Mel Gibso ...

                                               

Valery Giscard dEstaing

Valery Marie Rene Georges Giscard dEstaing ; 2 February 1926 – 2 December 2020), also known as Giscard or VGE, was a French politician and writer. He was the 20th President of France from 1974 to 1981 during the Fifth Republic. Born in Koblenz, G ...

                                               

Convention on the Future of Europe

The Convention on the Future of the European Union, also known as the European Convention, was a body created by the European Council in December 2001 as a result of the Laeken Declaration. It was inspired by the Philadelphia Convention that led ...

                                               

William Golding

Sir William Golding was an English writer. He was a novelist, poet, playwright and teacher. He is famous for his novel Lord of the Flies. He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1983. In 2008, The Times ranked Golding third on its list of " ...

                                               

The Inheritors (novel)

The Inheritors is the 1955 second novel by the British author William Golding, who is best known for Lord of the Flies. It was his personal favourite, and concerns the extinction of one of the last remaining tribes of Neanderthals at the hands of ...

                                               

Lord of the Flies

Lord of the Flies is a novel written by William Golding. It was published in 1954. The title is a literal translation of Beelzebub, a Semitic deity which was worshipped in the Philistine city of Ekron. Golding based this novel on two personal exp ...

                                               

Glasnost

Glasnost was a policy that called for increased openness in government institutions and activities in the Soviet Union. It was introduced by Mikhail Gorbachev in the second half of the 1980s. Glasnost is often paired with Perestroika, another ref ...

                                               

Dangerous Woman Tour

The Dangerous Woman Tour was an Ariana Grande concert tour in 2017. It was for her third album, Dangerous Woman. The costumes Ariana wore during the tour were designed by Bryan Hearns and Law Roach. The Manchester Arena bombing happened during th ...

                                               

Ulysses S. Grant

Ulysses S. Grant, born Hiram Ulysses Grant, was an American general who helped the Union Army of the United States win the American Civil War. He later became the 18th President of the United States.

                                               

Battle of Shiloh

The Battle of Shiloh was a battle in the American Civil War. It was fought on April 6 and April 7, 1862, in Tennessee. It was one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War.

                                               

Julia Grant

Julia Boggs Dent Grant, was the wife of the 18th President of the United States, Ulysses S. Grant, and was First Lady of the United States from 1869 to 1877.

                                               

Warren G. Harding

Warren Gamaliel Harding was the 29th President of the United States. Before becoming president, he was a senator and the assistant governor of Ohio. Before he was in government, he was an important newspaper manager. He was the president starting ...

                                               

Florence Harding

Florence "Flossie" Mabel Kling Harding, previously DeWolfe, wife of President Warren G. Harding, was the First Lady of the United States from 1921 to 1923.

                                               

Teapot Dome

Teapot Dome was a political scandal that took place in 1921 to 1922. The name comes from an oil reserve near Teapot Rock, Wyoming. President Warren G. Harding let the reserve and another reserve in California, be under the control of the Departme ...

                                               

Benjamin Harrison

Benjamin Harrison was the 23rd president of the United States. He was the grandson of President William Henry Harrison and the only grandson of a president to himself become president. His home was in Indianapolis, Indiana. He was a member of the ...

                                               

Caroline Harrison

Caroline Lavinia Scott Harrison was the wife of Benjamin Harrison. She was the First Lady of the United States from 1889 until her death. Her birthplace was Oxford, Ohio. Her parents were Mary Potts Neal and Dr. John W. Scott. She met the young B ...

                                               

William Henry Harrison

William Henry Harrison was the 9th President of the United States. His nickname was "Old Tippecanoe and he was a well-respected war veteran. Harrison served the shortest term of any United States President. His term lasted for exactly one month. ...

                                               

Johnson County War

The Johnson County War, also known as the War on Powder River and the Wyoming Range War, was a conflict over farmland that took place in Johnson County, Wyoming between 1889 and 1893. The conflicts began when cattle companies started ruthlessly p ...

                                               

Anna Harrison

Anna Tuthill Symmes Harrison was the wife of President William Henry Harrison. President Benjamin Harrison was her grandson. She was the First Lady of the United States during her husbands one-month term in 1841. But she never entered the White H ...

                                               

Benjamin Harrison V

Benjamin Harrison V was an American revolutionary leader from Charles City County, Virginia. He was educated at the College of William and Mary. Harrison was a representative for Surry County, Virginia and Charles City County to the House of Burg ...

                                               

Rutherford B. Hayes

Rutherford Birchard Hayes was the 19th President of the United States. He served only one term, from 1877 to 1881. Hayes was a Republican. He was elected governor of Ohio three times before becoming president. Hayes barely won the election of 187 ...

                                               

Lucy Webb Hayes

Lucy Ware Webb Hayes was a First Lady of the United States and the wife of President Rutherford B. Hayes. Lucy was nicknamed "Lemonade Lucy." She did not serve alcohol in the White House.

                                               

Reconstruction era

The Reconstruction was after the American Civil War. It was the remaking of the Southern United States, after it had lost its war of rebellion and slavery was ended. The southern states were occupied territory. Andrew Johnson became President of ...

                                               

Resolute desk

The Resolute desk is a nineteenth-century desk used by several presidents of the United States in the White House Oval Office. It was a gift from Queen Victoria to President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1880 and was built from the English oak timbers o ...

                                               

Herbert Hoover

Herbert Clark Hoover was the 31st president of the United States from 1929 to 1933. He was a world-famous mining engineer and humanitarian administrator. As a United States Commerce Secretary in the 1920s under Presidents Warren G. Harding and Ca ...

                                               

Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum

The Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum is the presidential library of Herbert Hoover. Hoover was the 31st President of the United States. It is in West Branch, Iowa. It is next to the Herbert Hoover National Historic Site. The library ...

                                               

Hoover Dam

The Hoover Dam is a large dam on the Colorado River. It is on the border of the states of Arizona and Nevada. The reservoir it made is called Lake Mead. The dam is named after the former US President Herbert Hoover. At first it was called "Boulde ...

                                               

Lou Henry Hoover

Louise "Lou" Henry Hoover was the wife of Herbert Hoover, the President of the United States. As the wife of the president, she acted as the First Lady of the United States from 1929 to 1933.

                                               

Whitney Houston

Whitney Elizabeth Houston was an American recording artist. She was best known for her hit singles including "How Will I Know", "I Wanna Dance With Somebody and her cover of Dolly Parton s "I Will Always Love You".

                                               

Whitney Houston (album)

Coordinator: Brenda Gorsky Arrangements: Gene Page Jr., Kashif, Narada Michael Walden Mixing: Michael Barbiero, Michael OReilly, Bill Schnee Art direction: Donn Davenport Makeup: Quietfire Photographer: Garry Gross Producers: Jermaine Jackson, Ka ...

                                               

John Hughes (producer)

John Wilden Hughes, Jr. was an American movie director, producer and screenwriter. He was born in Lansing, Michigan. He grew up in Grosse Pointe, Michigan and Northbrook, Ilinois a suburb of Chicago, Illinois. He died of a heart attack on Manhatt ...

                                               

1993 child sexual abuse accusations against Michael Jackson

In the summer of 1993, Evan Chandler accused Michael Jackson of sexually abusing his 13-year-old son, Jordan. Evan Chandler killed himself on November 5, 2009. His death was four months after that of Michael Jackson. Jackson first met Jordan Chan ...

                                               

Evan Chandler

Evan Chandler was an American screenwriter and dentist. He is best known for accusing Michael Jackson of sexually abusing his son Jordan Chandler in 1993.

                                               

Frank DiLeo

Frank Michael DiLeo was an American music industry executive and actor. From 1984 to 1989 he was Michael Jacksons manager. In 2009 he became Jacksons manager again. He was his manager until Jackson died in June 2009.

                                               

Michael Jackson

Michael Joseph Jackson was an American singer, songwriter, and dancer, who was one of the most famous and successful musicians of all time. He was referred to as the "King of Pop", or the "Emperor of Pop", and was one of the most influential ente ...

                                               

Leaving Neverland

Leaving Neverland is a 2019 documentary movie directed and produced by British filmmaker Dan Reed. It focuses on two men, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who allege they were sexually abused by the singer Michael Jackson as children. It also sho ...

                                               

Living with Michael Jackson

Living with Michael Jackson is a two-hour-long television movie about the pop star Michael Jackson. In it a British journalist called Martin Bashir asked Jackson questions. The movie was made between May 2002 and January 2003. It was shown first ...

                                               

Michael Jacksons Ghosts

Michael Jacksons Ghosts is a 52-minute short movie by Michael Jackson. It was written by Stephen King and Mick Garris. Stan Winston directed it. Jackson plays three roles in it. There are four songs in the movie. These are "Ghost", "Addams Groove ...

                                               

Michael Jacksons This Is It

Michael Jacksons This Is It is a 2009 American documentary–concert movie directed by Kenny Ortega. This movie shows footage of Michael Jacksons rehearsals for his concert This Is It. It was released on October 28, 2009, Halloween. It received pos ...

                                               

Moonwalk

The moonwalk or backslide is a dance movement that was made popular worldwide by Michael Jackson. The moonwalk is a dance move in which the dancer appears to be moving forwards, but is actually moving backwards. It is Micheal Jacksons signature m ...

                                               

Moonwalker

Moonwalker, also known as Michael Jackson: Moonwalker, is an American movie. It was released in 1988 in theatres in Europe and South America. The movie is a collection of eight short films about Michael Jackson. It is 93 minutes long. It made US. ...

                                               

People v. Jackson

People v. Jackson was a 2005 trial against singer Michael Jackson. A 13-year-old boy called Gavin Arvizo accused him of sexual abuse in 2003. Jackson was charged with fourteen offences. These were four counts of molesting a child, four counts of ...

                                               

Trial of Conrad Murray

The trial of Conrad Murray was the American criminal trial of Michael Jacksons personal physician, Conrad Murray. Murray was charged with the involuntary manslaughter of the pop star for giving him an overdose of propofol. The trial started on Se ...

                                               

Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson became a General in the War of 1812 and was considered to be a war hero. He became the seventh President of the United States of America. He was the first Democrat and is on the Twenty Dollar Bill. His nickname was "Old Hickory". H ...

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