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  1. Rio de Janeiro (14538 bytes)
    15: ... of its name. It was frequently attacked by [[Piracy|pirates]] and privateers, especially by then enem...
    19: ...se found gold and diamonds in the neighbor captaincy of [[Minas Gerais]], Rio de Janeiro became much m...
    25: ...ek]] was elected in [[1955]] and took office in [[1956]] with a promise to build a new capital. Though m...
  2. November 4 (10686 bytes)
    28: ... [[Hungary]] to crush the [[Hungarian Revolution, 1956|Hungarian revolution]] that started on [[October ...
    87: *[[1955]] - [[Cy Young]], baseball player
    88: *[[1956]] - [[Art Tatum]], American jazz musician
    117: [[cy:4 Tachwedd]]
  3. List of people by name: Ad (7741 bytes)
    40: ...07-1886), grandson of John Adams, son of John Quincy Adams, US congressman, ambassador
    59: *[[John Quincy Adams|Adams, John Quincy]], (1767-1848), sixth President of the United Sta...
    72: ...Walter Sydney Adams|Adams, Walter Sydney]], (1876-1956), American astronomer
  4. Golda Meir (10143 bytes)
    38: ...], she was also the Israeli Minister of Labor. In 1956, she became Foreign Minister. While she was the F...
    59: ...e ridiculous to ask it to account for its legitimacy."—Golda Meir, ''[[Le Monde]]'', [[15 Octobe...
    65: ...s' and also that we learned all about the real mercy when we were being led to the gas chambers of the...
  5. Janet Reno (5747 bytes)
    32: ... Gables, Florida|Coral Gables]] High School. In [[1956]] Reno enrolled at [[Cornell University]] in [[It...
    40: ...ned Attorney General for all of Clinton's presidency, outlasting most other cabinet members.
  6. Eleanor Roosevelt (11183 bytes)
    9: ...d with six childeren, of which five survived infancy. However their marriage almost split over sexual ...
    25: ...ed about the mounting threats to peace and democracy during [[World War II]], established [[Freedom Ho...
    33: ...ry, Val-Kil afforded Eleanor with a level of privacy that she had wanted for many years. Here she ent...
    39: ...upporter of his candidacies in the [[1952]] and [[1956]] presidential elections. When President Truman b...
  7. Sylvia Pankhurst (3170 bytes)
    17: ...la House, 1955). Having moved to Addis Ababa in [[1956]], with her son, [[Richard Pankhurst]], she found...
  8. Rosa Parks (8331 bytes)
    12: In [[1956]] Parks's case ultimately resulted in [[Supreme C...
  9. Gloria Steinem (3728 bytes)
    8: ...[Adlai Stevenson]]'s campaign. She graduated in [[1956]] and left to study in [[India]] for two years.
    20: == Legacy ==
    25: ..."A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle."
  10. Nina Hamnett (3501 bytes)
    1: ...ebruary 14]], [[1890]] – [[December 16]], [[1956]]) was an artist and writer, known as the '''Quee...
  11. Marina Tsvetaeva (21885 bytes)
    8: ... her to identify herself with the Polish aristocracy.)
    18: ... and tempestuous nature of this relationship in a cycle of poems which at times she called ''The Frien...
    22: ...fied those who fought against the communists. The cycle of poems in the style of a [[diary]] or journa...
    44: ...3, in which she displays her propensity for prophecy:
    56: ...ne'' as a whole: the "Poems of Moscow." Two other cycles are dedicated to poets, the "Poems to Akhmato...
  12. Mae Jemison (5527 bytes)
    9: ... of three children, was born on [[October 17]], [[1956]], in [[Decatur, Alabama]] and raised in [[Chicag...
  13. Ella Fitzgerald (9400 bytes)
    36: *1956 ''[[Sings the Cole Porter Songbook]]''
    37: *1956 ''[[Ella and Louis]]''
    38: *1956 ''[[Sings the Rodgers & Hart Songbook]]''
  14. Aretha Franklin (7875 bytes)
    14: ...ole in producing her work. A partnership with Quincy Jones led to a disappointing album in 1973 ''''Yo...
    33: *[[1956]] ''[[The Gospel Soul of Aretha Franklin]]''
  15. Billie Holiday (6766 bytes)
    7: ...ed by herself in her autobiography published in [[1956]]. She was born in [[Philadelphia]] but grew up i...
    18: ...le timing, nuanced phrasing, and emotional immediacy.
    32: Holiday's bouncy, girlish voice had changed considerably, becoming...
  16. Odette Sansom (1906 bytes)
    13: ...ed Peter Churchill in 1947. They were divorced in 1956.
  17. Tallulah Bankhead (6331 bytes)
    16: ...lett's antebellum scenes (One also wonders if the cynical Bankhead could have played "Fiddle-Dee-Dee" ...
    20: ..., [[Alfred Hitchcock]] cast her as journalist and cynic Constance Porter in [[Lifeboat (movie)|Lifeboa...
    108: *1956 [[A Streetcar Named Desire]]
    109: *1956 [[Ziegfeld Follies]]
  18. Ingrid Bergman (5216 bytes)
    9: ... her starring role in ([[1956]])'s ''[[Anastasia (1956 movie)|Anastasia]]'', Bergman made her post-scand...
    55: * [[Paris Does Strange Things]] (1956)
    56: * [[Anastasia (1956 movie)|Anastasia]] (1956)
  19. Catherine Deneuve (2766 bytes)
    4: ...Renée Deneuve]], she made her movie debut in the 1956 film "Les Collegiennes," when she was still a tee...
  20. Ava Gardner (4142 bytes)
    20: * [[Fancy Answers]] (1941) (short subject)
    60: * [[Bhowani Junction]] (1956)

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