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Thomas Jefferson’s Enlightened Palate

Thomas Jefferson was always a slender man. He ate sparingly – but what he ate was always magnificently prepared from the finest ingredients available.

Thomas Jefferson was unquestionably born with a brilliant and curious mind. 1,052 more words

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Dolley Madison’s Heartache: Payne Todd

Dolley and James Madison had no children of their own. John Payne Todd was the son of her first marriage.  

Dolley and James Madison Are Wed  1,073 more words

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THIS DAY IN HISTORY – June 10: Equal Pay Act

June 10, 1963 – The Equal Pay Act of 1963 signed into law by President John F. Kennedy

In 1938, the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt succeeded in ushering in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). 287 more words