Paula C. Henderson
Paula is a freelance writer, healthy food advocate, mom and cookbook author.
FIRST BLACK WOMAN INVITED TO PRESIDENTIAL INAUGERATION OF A DEMOCRAT
In 1950 Dr. Arenia C. Mallory was invited to the inauguration of Harry S. Truman making her the first black woman with this distinction.
BREAKFAST SALAD RECIPES
The fruits and vegetables included in the following recipes are naturally gluten free, dairy free, soy free and nightshade free making these recipes anti-inflammatory, fresh and healthy.
The Woman Who Fought For Our Annual Thanksgiving Tradition
In 1846 a woman named Sarah Josepha Hale began a campaign for Thanksgiving to become a national holiday that is celebrated annually on a fixed date. Up to now Thanksgiving was primarily only celebrated in the Northeast.
Chicken Recipes II
I saw a headline recently that said chicken is still the number one search word for recipes. You can never have too many recipes or ideas for preparing chicken; right?
The Tale of the Husband Presumed Dead & Buried Twice
The Tale of the Husband Presumed Dead and Buried Twice After serving in World War II, a handsome young man named Clarence Roberts returned home to his wife, Geneva, in Nashville, Indiana. In 1950 he ran for, and easily won, County Sheriff.
FIRST WOMAN YEOMAN IN U.S. NAVY
First Woman in the Armed Forces other than a Nursing Assignment First Woman Yeoman in U.S. Navy, Loretta P. Walsh Born April 22, 1896
FIRST WOMAN AMBASSADOR
In 1965 she became the first woman to sit on the United Nations Security Council. Born May 26, 1909, the third of five children, to a minister and homemaker in Adair, Iowa, Helen Eugenie Moore (1909-1997) attended Juilliard School of Music in New York with a dream of becoming a concert pianist.
Featured Pumpkin Recipes
Pumpkins are a part of the gourd family like squash. Native to North America and Mexico. In some parts of the world pumpkins are called winter squash.