The African American Boy Scout movement, a story Date: Mon, July 31, 1911 This date celebrates the founding of America’s first "Negro Boy Scout" troop in 1911. Initially started in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, opposition was encountered immediately, but troops continued to meet in increasing numbers. In 1916, the first official Boy Scout Council-promoted Negro Troop 75 began in Louisville, KY.
Laura Ingalls Wilder....(February 7, 1867 – February 10, 1957) was an American author who wrote the "Little House" series of books based on her childhood in a pioneer family. Laura's daughter, Rose, inspired Laura to write her books. It became "Little House On The Prairie"
Bess Truman Bess was a significant presence in her husband's administration, Harry consulted Bess about crucial decisions as President, it seems clear from his extensive correspondence to her that she wielded a sizable influence over his executive decision-making. Indeed, Harry referred to Bess as his "chief advisor" and "full partner in all transactions -- politically and otherwise." 33rd #President of the United States 35th #FirstLady
Elizabeth and Philip come together to deal with a mission gone wrong, but struggle to reconcile their increasingly opposing ideologies. Stan welcomes a Soviet defector, Zinaida, to America. Nina acclimates to her new living arrangements. Read more at http://www.iwatchonline.to/episode/12834-the-americans-s03e02#0gFGcb0wBuXIi5HA.99
lizzie garrett is a total badass. she's managed to showcase the timeless style of tomboys as in culture, film, music, fashion and literature. it's rebellious, adventurous, uber confident and totally bitchin.