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She was the first Roman woman of the Roman Empire to have traveled with her husband to Roman military campaigns ; to support and live with the Roman Legions.
She traveled widely during her four preaching tours.
She extracted an expensive shopping spree from him and the three traveled together after the shooting.
She traveled many times to Africa to photograph the Nuba tribes in Sudan, with whom she sporadically lived, learning about their culture so she could photograph them more easily.
She was devastated when he left her, and she remained his loving friend ever after, keeping his photograph by her bedside wherever she traveled, including beside her hospital deathbed.
She traveled to Washington, D. C. in June 2009 to unveil a statue of her late husband in the Capitol Rotunda.
She traveled the United States and Europe, and averaged 75 to 100 speeches per year.
She traveled to the Eastern Shore and led them north into the Canadian city of St. Catharines, Ontario, where a community of former slaves ( including Tubman's brothers, other relatives, and many friends ) had gathered.
She even traveled to Cuba and performed in the Sauto Theater, in Matanzas, in 1887.
She estimated that she traveled over 100, 000 miles for the company.
She traveled in Germany and Italy before purchasing the Château of Arenenberg in the Swiss canton of Thurgau in 1817.
She then traveled to Beijing where she reunited with Yu Qiwei who had just been released following his prison sentence, and the two began living together again.
She traveled in 12 weeks, giving 24 concerts.
She traveled to Cologne, Germany for a bout against Regina Halmich, in May 2000 which she lost.
She traveled to Mexico next, after the invitation by the producers to try out there, and became a superstar in that country as well, working in many top soap operas, including Camila and the national super hit Amigas y Rivales.
She traveled to Poland for her research, interviewing dissidents in Gdansk, Warsaw and Krakow.
She is also widely traveled in the manga, having visited Greece and China.
She traveled to Musashi ( modern day Hino city in Tokyo ,) where the Hino family still lived and she died despondently.
She ran away from home at an early age, and was presumed dead by her family who only recently discovered that she had traveled to the United States.
She and several friends, including Ellen Gates Starr, traveled in Europe from December 1887 through the summer of 1888.
She traveled with Kim Jong Il on a secretive trip to China in January 2006, where she was received by Chinese officials as Kim's wife.
She traveled around the country and the world, both with the Vice President on official trips and by herself.
She traveled widely with minstrel and circus shows in the 1910s, and made her first phonograph recordings in New York of blues songs in 1922 – although Miles did not like to be referred to as a ' blues singer ', since she sang a wide repertory of music.
She had traveled 10. 4 million km, as many as 252 times around the Earth.

She and Chicago
She has rarely been photographed with him and, except for Carl's seventy-fifth anniversary celebration in Chicago in 1953, she has not attended the dozens of banquets, functions, public appearances, and dinners honoring him -- all of this upon her insistence.
She passed the entrance examinations to the University of Illinois, but during the year at Urbana felt more important events transpired at the University of Chicago.
She won the Logan Medal of the arts at the Art Institute of Chicago, and became a member of the National Academy in 1902.
She influenced the first generation of Improv at The Compass Players in Chicago, which led to The Second City.
" She was a graphic artist and a painter, and — under the name " Alice Bradley Davey " — an art critic for the Chicago Sun between 1941 and 1942.
She appeared on Broadway starring in Chicago, Bob Fosse's Dancin, and Dreamgirls.
She attended the Girls ' Latin School of Chicago ( describing herself as an average student ), graduated in 1939, and later attended Smith College in Massachusetts, where she majored in English and drama and graduated in 1943.
She had planned on becoming an English teacher, but she and Buckingham dropped out in 1968 to move to Los Angeles in pursuit of a music career when Nicks ' family moved to Chicago.
She married Roy soon after arriving in Chicago and had three children, one named Kevin and the other named Ramon Price ( from a later marriage ), former artist and chief curator of The DuSable Museum of African American History.
She attended the University of Chicago at age 14 having entered " because she wanted to go and they let me in ".
She left Manzanar in late 1943 for Madison, Wisconsin and one year later moved to Chicago, Illinois.
Minnelli began as a nightclub singer as an adolescent, making her professional nightclub debut at the age of 19 at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D. C .. She later appeared in other clubs and on stage in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and New York City.
She later went on to improve a dozen other campuses including the University of Chicago ( 1929 – 1943 ).
She was married for more than three decades to Ernest Byfield, a former OSS officer and Chicago hotel heir whose mother, Gladys Tartiere, leased her, Glen Ora estate in Middleburg, Virginia to John F. Kennedy during his presidency.
She cannot accept his vision of life and breaks their engagement to go back to Chicago.
She also attends college in Chicago.
She was born Nellie Walker in Chicago, Illinois, on April 13, 1891, the daughter of Marie Hanson, a Danish immigrant, and Peter Walker, a West Indian man of predominantly African descent from Saint Croix, who soon disappeared from her life.
She also performed in The Vagina Monologues in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and San Diego.
She therefore resigned her position at Chicago.
She was the Albert D. Lasker Professor of Medical Sciences in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology at the University of Chicago, and the Director of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research from 2001-2004.
The same can be said of " She Caught the Katy " ( originally written by Taj Mahal and Yank Rachell ) and " Jailhouse Rock " ( sung by Elvis Presley ) or " Sweet Home Chicago " ( Robert Johnson ), acknowledging the fact that covers can become even more famous than original performances.
She signed a recording contract with Paramount, and in December she made her first eight recordings in Chicago.
She was born Delores LaVern Baker in Chicago, Illinois.

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