Annie B Lewis (1918 - 1996)

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Annie B Lewis
1918 - 1996
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August 11, 1918
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September 15, 1996
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Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi 39401
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Annie B Lewis was born on August 11, 1918. She died on September 15, 1996 at 78 years old. We know that Annie B Lewis had been residing in Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi 39401.
Updated: February 6, 2019
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Annie B Lewis died on September 15, 1996 at age 78. She was born on August 11, 1918. There is no information about Annie's family or relationships. We know that Annie B Lewis had been residing in Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi 39401.

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In 1918, in the year that Annie B Lewis was born, in January, President Wilson presented his Fourteen Points, which assured citizens that World War I was being fought for a moral cause and outlined a plan for postwar peace in Europe. The only leader of the Allies to present such a plan, the Europeans thought Wilson was being too idealistic. The points included free trade, open agreements, democracy and self-determination. They were based on the research and suggestions of 150 advisors.

In 1929, at the age of only 11 years old, Annie was alive when the St. Valentine's Day Massacre happened on February 14th. In Chicago, seven men from the North Side Irish gang were gunned down by Al Capone's South Side Italian gang at the garage at 2122 North Clark Street. Al Capone was making a successful move to take over Chicago's organized crime. But the St. Valentine's Day massacre also resulted in a public outcry against all gangsters.

In 1944, when she was 26 years old, on December 16th, The Battle of the Bulge began in the Ardennes forest on the Western Front. Lasting for a little over a month, the battle began with a surprise attack by Germany on the Allied forces The U.S. suffered their highest casualties of any operation in World War II - 89,000 were casualties, around 8,600 killed - but Germany also severely depleted their resources and they couldn't be replaced.

In 1979, Annie was 61 years old when on March 28th, a partial nuclear meltdown occurred at the power plant at Three Mile Island Pennsylvania. Radiation leaked into the environment, resulting in a rating of 5 on a scale of 7 ("Accident With Wider Consequences") . It ended up costing $1 billion to clean up the site.

In 1996, in the year of Annie B Lewis's passing, on July 5th, the first cloned mammal - "Dolly the Sheep" - was born in Scotland. She had three mothers. Dolly lived to be 6 years old and produced 6 lambs. Since, other sheep have been cloned as well as horses, pigs, deer, and bulls.

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