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Barbara Jordan

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Barbara jordan stamp thumb 400xauto 23986 1  small square Birth Barbara Was Born In Houston , Texas On Febuary 21 , 1936
Search small square Barbara Jordan Barbara Was The Yougest Of All 3 Daughters In A Dose-Knit Family. As High School Student She Became A Skiled Public Speaker , Winning National Debate Contest In 1952 .
Search small square Barbara Jordan Barbara Was An Affective Campaigner For The 1960 Presidental Election, And This Experience Propelled Her Into The Polictical Arena.
Search small square Barbara Jordan In 11962 And 1964 Although An Unsuccessful Candidate For The Texas House Of Representatives In1966 She Was Elected Into The Texas Senate , The First African American Member Since 1883 And ThE First Woman Ever Elected To The Legislatative Body .
Search small square Barbara Jordan Although She Acquired A Reputation As An Effective Legislator , Barbara Jordan Did Not Become A National Figure Until 1974 , When Her Participation In The Hearings Held By The House Judiciary Comittee On The Impeachment Of The President Richard . Nixion Was Televised Nationwide.
Search small square Barbara Jordan Barbara Jordan Captured The Attention Of President Lyndon Johnson , Who Invited Her To The White House For A Preview Of His 1976 Civil Rights Message .
Barbara jordan stamp thumb 400xauto 23986 1  small square Barbara Jordan Barbara Jordan Was An Astute Attorney & Educator Who Served As Congress Woman For The State Of Texas From 1973 To 1979
Barbara jordan small square Barbara Jordan 1979, It Was That Year She Pubished Barbara Jordan , A Self-Protrait. After Leaving The Polictical Arena , She Became A Professor At The University Of Texas,Austin,Teaching At The Lyndon B.Johnson School Public Affairs Until Her Death
Barbara jordan's grave 1  small square Barbara's Death Barbara Jordan Died In January 17 , 1996
Pic barbara jordan 1  small square Barbara Jordan Barbara Jordan Was Also The First African American Woman From The Deep-South Ever Elceted To The Texas Senate In 1966 .
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