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  1. Dorothy Dickson Ross AM OBE (13 January 1928 – 13 October 1998) was an Australian women's and rural activist who was the first national president of the Country Women's Association. She was born in Sydney to John Ross , the member for Albury in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly , and Rita, née Mitchell, and was educated at Croydon and ...

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    Dorothy Ross may refer to: Dorothy Ross (activist) (1928–1998), Australian women's and rural activist. Dorothy Ross (historian) (b. 1936), American historian of social sciences. Dorothy Jean Ross (1926–2006), given name of one of the Ross Sisters, a trio of American singers and dancers. Topics referred to by the same term.

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  4. May 24, 2018 · Dorothy Ross: Birthdate: circa 1891: Birthplace: India: Death: 1947 (51-60) Immediate Family: Daughter of Sir Ronald Ross, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1902 and Rosa Bessie Ross Sister of Ronald Campbell Ross; Sylvia Ross and Charles Claye Ross. Managed by: Alan Jones: Last Updated: May 24, 2018

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  5. Nov 30, 1990 · Dorothy Rabin Ross, American history educator. United States Public Health Service grantee, 1965-1968, National Science Foundation grantee, 1980-1981. Fellow Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences, Society of America Historians; member American Studies Association, History of Science Society, American History Association, Organization American Historians (executive board 1987-1989).

  6. Dorothy Ross (born 1936) is an American historian and Arthur O. Lovejoy Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University. She attended Smith College and Columbia University and taught at Hunter College before Johns Hopkins. Her books include the G. Stanley Hall: The Psychologist as Prophet (1972) and The Origins of American Social Science (1991).

  7. Early life. Vaughan was born September 20, 1910, in Kansas City, Missouri, as Dorothy Jean Johnson. She was the daughter of Annie [citation needed] and Leonard Johnson. At the age of seven her family moved to Morgantown, West Virginia, where she graduated from Beechurst High School in 1925 as her class valedictorian.

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