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Word Cloud: MULTI-RACIAL (Redux)

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD She was born as Alice Ruth Moore on July 19, 1875, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her heritage was a complex mix: Creole, which in her city meant descendants of early French and Spanish inhabitants; African American, … Continue reading

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Two U.S. National Landmarks That Move!

Most National Landmarks and Monuments stand still, but these two are National Landmarks because they move — people from place to place. The world’s first cable car line, on Clay Street in San Francisco, began service in August 1873.  Cable … Continue reading

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