Florence R Ewing (1907 - 1988)

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Florence R Ewing
1907 - 1988
March 26, 1907
October 1988
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Sharpsville, Mercer County, Pennsylvania 16150
Florence R Ewing was born on March 26, 1907. She died in October 1988 at 81 years old. We know that Florence R Ewing had been residing in Sharpsville, Mercer County, Pennsylvania 16150.
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Florence R Ewing died in October 1988 at 81 years old. She was born on March 26, 1907. There is no information about Florence's family or relationships. We know that Florence R Ewing had been residing in Sharpsville, Mercer County, Pennsylvania 16150.

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In 1907, in the year that Florence R Ewing was born, the Monongah coal mining disaster occurred on December 6th, happening at the Fairmont Coal Company’s No. 6 and No. 8 mines.. Over 361 miners were killed. Because there was no breathing apparatus at the time to help rescuers, recovery efforts were greatly hampered. It is considered the worst mining disaster in American history and led to government oversight in mining practices.

In 1913, by the time she was just 6 years old, the Philippine–American War ended for good in June. While the official end of the war was in 1902, fighting continued for several years. An estimated 200,000 to 250,000 total Filipino civilians died and although the U.S. viewed its role as a colonial presence as one of preparing the Philippines for independence, American colonization drastically changed the character off the culture. The Catholic Church was no longer the state religion and English became the primary language of the government.

In 1960, Florence was 53 years old when on September 26th, the first televised debate for a Presidential campaign in the United States - Kennedy vs Nixon - was held. Seventy million people watched the debate on TV. The debate pre-empted the very popular Andy Griffith Show.

In 1974, at the age of 67 years old, Florence was alive when on August 9th, Gerald R. Ford became the 38th President of the United States. He had been Vice President for 8 months when he became President due to the resignation of President Nixon.

In 1988, in the year of Florence R Ewing's passing, on December 16th, 1988 the popular film Rain Man was released. Featuring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise. this film brought attention to autistic savants and was based on the "megasavant" Laurence Kim Peek. The film would later go to win four Oscars including Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Best Director and Best Actor in a Leading Role.

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