This individual attends boarding school in England at the age of fifteen, teaches part time, and works as a journalist writing columns for magazines and newspapers.
This person serves as assistant secretary of the navy in the Woodrow Wilson administration and serves three terms as President.
This individual helps his friend, who contracts infantile paralysis, and dies on April 18, 1936.
This person drinks heavily and stays at a sanitarium in France in 1890 for several months.
This individual is educated at Groton and Harvard and is employed at General Electric in a position vital to the war effort.
This person marries at the age of nineteen, has three children, and dies in 1892.
This individual was the mother of seven children and takes in grandchildren when their mother dies.
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