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Cornelia Fort Honored with Museum Exhibit

May 18, 2018 ·  
The life and work of inadvertent Pearl Harbor participant Cornelia Fort have earned recognition more than 76 years later with the dedication of a plane and accompanying exhibit at the Chico Air Museum in Chico, CA in her honor. In 1943, Cornelia Clark Fort was killed just south of Merkel, TX in Mulberry Canyon in […]
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Women of the War: Marjorie Culligan

April 11, 2018 ·  
Before realizing her lifelong dream of becoming a schoolteacher in 1949, Marjorie Culligan had already had a rather eventful life that included serving her nation in uniform. On the advice of an aunt, when she turned 20 Culligan signed up with the United States Navy, becoming a part in the Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency […]
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Elizabeth McIntosh - From Journalist to Spy

April 06, 2018 ·  
Elizabeth McIntosh isn’t a name that often comes up during discussions about World War II, but her story is a fascinating one that author Ann Todd sets out to tell in her book OSS Operation Black Mail: One Woman’s Covert War Against the Imperial Japanese Army. Raised in Honolulu by parents who were both reporters, Elizabeth […]
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