Marie Pouliot (1918 - 2007)

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Marie Pouliot
1918 - 2007
July 26, 1918
January 23, 2007
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Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts 01201
Marie Pouliot was born on July 26, 1918. She died on January 23, 2007 at 88 years of age. We know that Marie Pouliot had been residing in Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts 01201.
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Marie Pouliot died on January 23, 2007 at age 88. She was born on July 26, 1918. There is no information about Marie's immediate family. We know that Marie Pouliot had been residing in Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts 01201.

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In 1918, in the year that Marie Pouliot was born, on November 1, an elevated train on the Brooklyn line of the subway - driven by an inexperienced operator because of a strike - tried to navigate a turn at 30mph. The limit on the curve was 6 mph. The 2nd and 3rd cars of the 5 car wooden train were badly damaged and at least 93 people were killed, making it the deadliest crash in New York subway history.

In 1924, at the age of merely 6 years old, Marie was alive when Macy's department store in New York held its first "Thanksgiving parade" on November 27th at 9a - during church services but leaving plenty of time to attend the big football game between Syracuse and Columbia universities. The parade was held as a way to promote the opening of the “World’s Largest Store” and its 1 million square feet of retail space in Manhattan’s Herald Square. The parade was 6 miles long and included floats, Macy's employees dressed as clowns, cowboys, and sword-wielding knights, and animals from Central Park Zoo. Santa Claus, of course, brought up the rear - opening the Christmas shopping season for Macy's.

In 1955, Marie was 37 years old when in January, President Eisenhower sent direct aid to South Vietnam. In February, U.S. advisors were sent to train troops.

In 1976, she was 58 years old when on August 4th, a mysterious illness struck an American Legion convention in Philadelphia. Within a week, 25 people had died and 130 people had been hospitalized. It was the first known instance of what came to be called "Legionnaires Disease."

In 1991, by the time she was 73 years old, on January 16th, Allied forces began the first phase of Operation Desert Storm. Saddam Hussein's forces had previously invaded the sovereign state of Kuwait and the focus of the operation was to remove his Iraqi troops from Kuwait. On February 24th, the ground war began. Within 100 hours, American ground troops declared Kuwait liberated.

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