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Women Who Made History…today by VirtueDigest: 1:34pm On Jul 07, 2016
Jul 7, Italian-born Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini was canonized as the first American saint. She was the founder of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart.

Jul 7, Six female reservists became the first women to be sworn into the regular U.S. Navy.

Jul 7, Vivian Leigh (53), actress (Scarlet-Gone with the Wind), died.

Jul 7, The 1st female cadets enrolled at the West Point Military Academy in NY. West Point Military Academy admitted 119 women out of a class of 1367. Four years later 62 women graduated.

Jul 7, In Texas 2 Border Patrol agents were killed in a gun battle with Ernest Moore who was suspected of killing a woman and her daughter. Moore soon after died of wounds at a hospital.

Jul 7, A video obtained by Reuters showed a man shooting dead a woman accused of adultery in front of a crowd near Kabul. Provincial Governor Basir Salangi said the video was shot a week ago in the village of Qimchok in Shinwari district. Salangi said two Taliban commanders were sexually involved with the woman, either through rape or romantically, and decided to torture her and then kill her to settle a dispute between the two of them.

Jul 7, In Montana Cody Lee Johnson (25) died in Glacier National Park. Jordan Lynn Graham (22), his newly-wed wife of 8-days, later admitted that she pushed her husband off a cliff and then lied about his death. On Dec 12 Jordan pleaded guilty to pushing her husband. On March 27 she was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

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Re: Women Who Made History…today by DiviLee(f): 2:17pm On Jul 07, 2016
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