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Breaking Gender and Air Barriers

On November 19, 1916, Ruth Law sat clinging to her hand controls as she flew exposed to the frigid November air at more than 100 miles-per-hour. She looked out at the land, easily identifying landmarks that corresponded with her maps.

To Give Up Power

Astride his gray horse, George Washington rode south with a thousand men into New York City. It was November 25, 1783. As of April 19, 1783, fighting had stopped between the British and the Continental Army. Word had reached Washington

Father of Big Science

It was 7:30 pm on a Monday evening as students, professors and visitors filed into the LeConte Hall on University of California’s Berkley campus. Showing up promptly at 7:25 pm and sitting in his large, red leather chair was Dr.

Ghetto Photographer

Two men poked their heads out from behind a building to look for police while their companion looked down the street behind them. It was still very early in the morning, not yet six in the morning, but there was