(Norrell pp. 325-326) Booker T. Washington was the first black man to dine in the White House.
But what does 18-year-old Bethany Mota who still lives at home with her parents (two-page spread, People, pp. 196-7) do?
(pp. 156-160) Business people found their way forward especially painful.
(pp. 344-345) Telakowska was not a communist, not a political person at all.
That story can be found on pp. 195-196 of Barton Gellman's to-date definitive study of the Cheney vice presidency, Angler.
Concerning the late introduction of this idea, see supra, pp. 337–8.
The fullest account of this is found in Mother Smith's "History," pp. 204-206.
The nature of these processes is further discussed under the heading of salt (pp. 295-298).
This was the commencement of the war for religious liberty, pp. 83, 84.
Then his body was divided into two, so that each got one half as a sacred relic (Legge, pp. 75-77).