Maggie Mann

(1900 - 1985)

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Maggie Mann
1900 - 1985
Born
October 24, 1900
Death
March 1985
Last Known Residence
Pontiac, Livingston County, Illinois 61764
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Maggie Mann was born on October 24, 1900. She died in March 1985 at age 84. We know that Maggie Mann had been residing in Pontiac, Livingston County, Illinois 61764.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Maggie Mann passed away in March 1985 at 84 years old. She was born on October 24, 1900. We are unaware of information about Maggie's immediate family. We know that Maggie Mann had been residing in Pontiac, Livingston County, Illinois 61764.

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In 1900, in the year that Maggie Mann was born, the U.S. population exceeded 75 million, rising about 13 million from the 1890 census. 87.9% of the population was white, 11.6% was African-American, 0.7% was Hispanic, and 0.5% was Native American, Asian, and other minorities.

In 1922, at the age of 22 years old, Maggie was alive when the Lincoln Memorial was dedicated in Washington, D.C. on May 30th. More than 35,000 people attended the dedication including Lincoln's son, Robert Todd Lincoln, and many Union and Confederate veterans - although the audience was segregated. The Memorial took 10 years to complete.

In 1949, by the time she was 49 years old, on January 25th, the first Emmy Awards (for television) were handed out in Los Angeles. Shirley Dinsdale won for the Most Outstanding Television Personality and Pantomime Quiz Time earned an Emmy for the Most Popular Television Program.

In 1966, by the time she was 66 years old, on July 1st, Medicare became available after President Johnson signed into law the Medicare Act in 1965. President Truman had received the first Medicare card since he had been the first to propose national healthcare law. insurance.

In 1985, in the year of Maggie Mann's passing, in May, a paper published in Nature by three British scientists reported that a huge hole was discovered in the ozone layer over the Antarctic. It was much larger than expected and is due to the use of manmade chemicals.

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