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Ellen Swallow Richards - the foremost female industrial & environmental chemist in the 19th-century US, pioneering the field of home economics. She was the first woman admitted to MIT & its first female instructor; the first woman in the US accepted to any school of science or Technology, & the first American woman with a degree in chemistry.

Ellen Swallow Richards - the foremost female industrial & environmental chemist in the 19th-century US, pioneering the field of home economics. She was the first woman admitted to MIT & its first female instructor; the first woman in the US accepted to any school of science or Technology, & the first American woman with a degree in chemistry.

ClassicPics ‏@History_Pics  The front page of The New York Times of April 16, 1912, after the Titanic disaster

ClassicPics ‏@History_Pics The front page of The New York Times of April 16, 1912, after the Titanic disaster

Baby Millvina in 1912 with her mother Georgette. Millvina was 9-weeks-old when the Titanic sank. She was the last Titanic survivor, passing away 31st May 2009 at 97.

Baby Millvina in 1912 with her mother Georgette. Millvina was 9-weeks-old when the Titanic sank. She was the last Titanic survivor, passing away 31st May 2009 at 97.

(Stuart, not Tudor, but close enough) The Armour of Henry, Prince of Wales, 1608 at Windsor Castle England

(Stuart, not Tudor, but close enough) The Armour of Henry, Prince of Wales, 1608 at Windsor Castle England

Nellie Bly entered Blackwell's island Asylum in 1887 under the guise of insanity under assignment from Joseph Pulitzer. She wrote, "From the moment I entered the insane ward on the Island, I made no attempt to keep up the assumed role of insanity. I talked and acted just as I do in ordinary life. Yet strange to say, the more sanely I talked and acted, the crazier I was thought to be by all...." Her book Ten Days in a Mad-House, resulted in a grand jury investigation

Nellie Bly entered Blackwell's island Asylum in 1887 under the guise of insanity under assignment from Joseph Pulitzer. She wrote, "From the moment I entered the insane ward on the Island, I made no attempt to keep up the assumed role of insanity. I talked and acted just as I do in ordinary life. Yet strange to say, the more sanely I talked and acted, the crazier I was thought to be by all...." Her book Ten Days in a Mad-House, resulted in a grand jury investigation

May 8, 1945:  Two million people gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II.

May 8, 1945: Two million people gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II.

150 Years ago Abraham Lincoln delivered America's Greatest Oracle: The Gettysburg Address - November, 19th, 1863.

150 Years ago Abraham Lincoln delivered America's Greatest Oracle: The Gettysburg Address - November, 19th, 1863.

This picture is of real Can-Can dancers at the Moulin Rouge in the 1890's.

This picture is of real Can-Can dancers at the Moulin Rouge in the 1890's.

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