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  1. Queen Elizabeth II: The Queen Who Chose To Serve (Hardback, illustrated biography of the Queen, including her Christian faith, perfect gift for children 4-7) (Do Great Things for God) Alison Mitchell 4.3 out of 5 stars 24

  2. Listen and Read Along - Text with Audio - For ESL Students - For Learning English. Stories About People (Biographies) ... Barbara Cooney - Children's Books;

  3. View the Super Teacher Worksheets collection of biographies for elementary-aged kids. These nonfiction articles include reading comprehension activities.

  4. Louis Daniel Armstrong was born in New Orleans on August 4, 1901. He was one of two children born to Willie Armstrong, a turpentine worker, and Mary Ann Armstrong, whose grandparents had been slaves. As a youngster, he sang on the streets with friends. His parents separated when he was five.

  5. www.womenshistory.org › biographies › mae-jemisonMae Jemison Biography

    She went on to write her first book in 2001, Find Where the Wind Goes, which was a children’s book about her life. Currently, Jemison is leading the 100 Year Starship project through the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

  6. On October 16, 1859, John Brown and his men raided the Federal Arsenal. Unfortunately for Brown, nothing went as planned. Slaves living in the area did not join the raid, local militia and the United States Marines, under Robert E. Lee, put down the raid, and most of John Brown’s men were either killed or captured, including two of his sons.

  7. www.womenshistory.org › biographies › dolores-huertaDolores Huerta Biography

    The Dolores Huerta Foundation “ Si Se Puede: Dolores Huerta’s 50 Years of Activism. City University of New York. “ Women’s Leadership in America. Dolores Huerta: Si Se Puede.” “Makers Profile: Dolores Huerta.” Books: De Ruiz, Dana Catherine and Richard Larios. La Causa: The Migrant Farmworkers' Story. Minnesota: Steck-Vaughn, 1992.

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