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Juana Maria|The Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island
Juana Maria, also known as the "Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island," was a Native American woman who lived alone on San Nicolas Island, off the coast of California, for nearly two decades in the early 19th century. Her story has captivated historians, anthropologists, and the public, and has inspired numerous books, films, and artworks.
The greatest person that history has forgotten?
Henry Johnson, also known as "Black Death," was an American hero and one of the most decorated soldiers of World War I. Johnson was born on December 1, 1892, in Alexandria, Virginia, to a family of former slaves. He grew up in poverty and worked as a railway porter and in other manual labor jobs before enlisting in the US Army in 1917.