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Text:"... are dangerous. WAR PRESIDENTS FIRST WE MONTICELLO The myrtle-covered grave of EllenLouiseAxsonWilson, first wife of America's war president, draws visitors to peaceful Myrtle Hill ceme-;ery at Rome, Ga. SOLE..."
Date:July 25 1930
Publication:Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States of America
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Text:"... Under existing conditions large expenditures are In evitable and not necessarily an evi dence of corrupt EllenLouiseAxsonWilson lUE SAUNTERER o QUIETNESS IN THESE ARE DAYS WHEN men and women of all..."
Date:July 19 1930
Publication:Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... was inactive as a presidential wife, while Julia "lyler was an active First Lady. Both Mrs. Wilsons were involved First Ladies. WILSON'S SEDOND WIFE: Edith Boiling Gait WilsonELLENLOUISEAXSONWILSON..."
Date:Apr 15 2010
Publication:Athens, Alabama, United States of America
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Text:"... herself and smiled faintly at her dear ones. She was EllenLouiseAxsonWilson. too weak to them. Those the bedside not relatives "were tha six consulting physicians and the nurses from the naval hospital..."
Date:Aug 14 1914
Publication:Le Grand, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...^ and poverty-stricken. Was a Southerner by Birth. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson was born in Savannah. Ga., the daughter of Rev. Samuel Jvdward and Mrs. Margaret .lane Axson. Her maiden name was? EllenLouiseAxson. She..."
Date:Aug 13 1914
Publication:Waterloo, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... FOLLOWING ARMY Washington, Aug. 11.-EllenLouiseAxsonWilson, the beloved wife of the president, who died on August 6, was burled today In Rome, Ga., beside the bodies of her father and mother, who..."
Date:Aug 13 1914
Publication:Blockton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...-* erty-sfrlcken. ''? \>^y-^* Was a Southerner by Birth, Mrs. Woodrow Wilson was' born Savannah, Ga., the daughter of Rev. Samuel Edward and Mrs. Margaret Jane Axson. Her maiden name wai EllenLouiseAxson..."
Date:Aug 13 1914
Publication:Blockton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... Was a Southerner by Birth. i Mrs. Woodrow Wilson was born in i Savannah, Ga., the daughter of Rev. | Samuel Edward and Mrs. Margaret ; Jane Axson. Her maiden nai»e was EllenLouiseAxson. She was educated by her..."
Date:Aug 13 1914
Publication:Mentone, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... fitter •pl^ it. the greatif wUgitm poirèrr Mrs. EllenLouiseAxsonWilson. too weak to speak to them. Those at the bedside not relatives were the sue consulting physicians and the nurses from the naval..."
Date:Aug 14 1914
Publication:Monon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... where EllenLouiseAxsonWilson, the President's wife was born and where, on August 11, 1914, she was burled. Almost everyone here repeats at the least solicitation beautiful little •stories about..."
Date:Sep 30 1914
Publication:Connersville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...« Conduetad In the White House by Rev. 8yl-veater Beach—Cabinet and Congressional Commit* tees Attend. Wàshington, Aug. 11.—EllenLouiseAxsonWilson, the beloved wife ot the president, who died on August 6..."
Date:Aug 14 1914
Publication:Royal Center, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... in strict confidence. Mrs. EllenLouiseAxsonWilson. voo weak to speak to them. Thosin at the bedside not relatives were thè fclx consulting physJciaris and the nurses from the nava-t hospital. Months..."
Date:Aug 14 1914
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... army that bravely opposed the passage of German troops across Belgium to France. FIRING ON AERIAL SCOUT Mrs. EllenLouiseAxsonWilson. too weak to speak to them. Those at the bedside not relatives were..."
Date:Aug 13 1914
Publication:Parnell, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...-stricken. Was a Southerner by Birth. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson was born in Savannah, Ga., the daughter of Rev. Samuel Edward and Mrs. Margaret Jane Axson. Her maiden name was EllenLouiseAxson. She was educated by her parents..."
Date:Aug 13 1914
Publication:North Judson, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Baaeh-^binet and Congreaatonal Commlt-teea Attend. Waahington. Aug. 11.—EllenLouise Axaon Wilson, the beloved wife of the president who died on August 6, was buried today in Rome. Ga.. beside the bodies..."
Date:Aug 15 1914
Publication:Goodland, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...'iite pliase is plaies was ^iroiiKly fortified ami all of believed to have p:issed without any, Washington, Aug. 11.—EllenLouise ^son Wilson, the belored wife of the president, who died on August 6, was buried..."
Date:Aug 13 1914
Publication:Fremont, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... and smiled faintly at her dear ones. She was Mrs. EllenLouiseAxsonWilson. too^ weak to speak to them. Thosfo at the bedside not reiatives were the six consulting physicians and the nurses from the nava-1..."
Date:Aug 14 1914
Publication:Russiaville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... in the White House by Rev. Sylvester Beach—Cabinet and Congressional Committees Attend. Washington, Aug. 11.—EllenLouiseAxsonWilson, the beloved wife of the president, who died on August 6, was buried today..."
Date:Aug 13 1914
Publication:Hagerstown, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Sandy Hook, presumably lying in wait to Intercept the merchant ships of France' and England.ONE OF FRANCE’S GIANT DIRIGIBLES Washington, Aug. 11.—EllenLouiseAxsonWilson, the beloved wife..."
Date:Aug 14 1914
Publication:Blue Island, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... ee the well kept grave of EllenLouiseAxsonWilson, first wife of America's war president. The lot In which Mrs. Wilson burled is In a prominent position In he cemetery. It always has veil cared for..."
Date:July 21 1930
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America