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Awakenings: Women of the Wild West | Today's History Lesson...a look into the Women of the American West | "These women of the Wild West shot down the view that life as a female pioneer was about cooking, sewing, cleaning and caring for children." ~Women of the Wild West

a look into the Women of the American West "These women of the Wild West shot down the view that life as a fem.

Ada Byron Lovelace, who collaborated with Charles Babbage, the Englishman credited with inventing the forerunner of the modern computer, wrote a scientific paper in 1843 that anticipated the development of computer software (including the term "software"), artificial intelligence, and computer music. The U.S. Department of Defense computer language, ADA, is named for her.

Ada Byron (Countess Lovelace): Analyst, Metaphysician, and Founder of Scientific Computing

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Yellowstone Kelly Poster Luther Sage "Yellowstone" Kelly was born in Geneva, New York State, in He was the man chosen to be the first Park Ranger.

Dan Dix “The Cowboy Clown”and Joe Lewis seen here in the arena of the 101 Ranch Wild West Show, Early 1900′s.

Dan Dix “The Cowboy Clown”and Joe Lewis seen here in the arena of the 101 Ranch Wild West Show, Early

Austrian-Hungarian Imperial Family- Zita's wedding 1911

Austrian-Hungarian Imperial Family- Zita's wedding 1911

L'empereur François-Joseph et l'Impératrice Elisabeth.  Emperor Francis Joseph and Empress Elisabeth .

L'empereur François-Joseph et l'Impératrice Elisabeth. Emperor Francis Joseph and Empress Elisabeth .

Our Hit Parade Musical  A popular American radio and television program, sponsored by American Tobacco's Lucky Strike cigarettes and broadcast from 1935 to 1955 on radio, and 1950 to 1959 on television. During this 24-year run, the show had 19 orchestra leaders and 52 singers or groups. Many listeners and viewers casually referred to the show with the incorrect title The Hit Parade.

Your Hit Parade began as a music program on NBC radio and ran till The first number one song on the initial program was “Soon” sung

September 10, 1898: Luigi Lucheni kills Elisabeth of Austria. The anarchist Lucheni had traveled to Geneva to assassinate the Duc d'Orleans, but when he found out the Duc had already departed, settled for Elisabeth. He pierced her in the chest with 4 inch needle file. "I came to Geneva to kill a sovereign," he said, "with object of giving an example to those who suffer and those who do nothing to improve their social position; it did not matter to me who the sovereign was whom I should…

September 10, 1898: Luigi Lucheni kills Elisabeth of Austria. The anarchist Lucheni had traveled to Geneva to assassinate the Duc d'Orleans, but when he found out the Duc had already departed, settled for Elisabeth. He pierced her in the chest with 4 inch needle file. "I came to Geneva to kill a sovereign," he said, "with object of giving an example to those who suffer and those who do nothing to improve their social position; it did not matter to me who the sovereign was whom I should…

Twisted Love Affairs of the "Lost Generation" of English Eccentrics

Virginia Woolf in Dreadnought Hoax. The 1910 Dreadnought hoax, Virginia Woolf extreme left, Коул Гораций де Вир extreme right.

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"When a man hits a target they call him a marksman. When I hit it, they call it a trick.

Duncan, Geoffrey.  Summary	Studio portrait of a woman in London, England; she is part of "The Red Man" from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. She wears cowgirl clothes including a wide brimmed hat.  Date	[1909?]

Summary Studio portrait of a woman in London, England; she is part of "The Red Man" from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. She wears cowgirl clothes including a wide brimmed hat.

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