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May 28, 2001:
"Donald Moyer. Donald was a soldier in the Korean War who gave his life while saving the lives of others. He was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor."

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May 21, 2001:
"Dale Earnhardt. Dale was not only a great driver, but always treated his fans as if they were his closest friend. I met him in person and have his autograph which I will value forever." -- Dale Harbrueger from Poway, CA

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May 14, 2001:
"My hero is Thomas Jefferson. I am learning about how the United States was formed and about the Declaration of Independence. I think it is great what the Founding Fathers did in the 1700s, and I really admire Thomas Jefferson." -- Noah

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May 7, 2001:
"Florence Nightingale is my hero. She was so nice and kind and helpful to sick and wounded people. My mom is also a nurse, and she also likes Florence. She sometimes calls her 'Saint Flo' because of her kindness." -- Sara K.

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April 30, 2001:
"My hero is my sister, Marie. She bikes across the United States to raise money and awareness of HUNTINGTON DISEASE." -- Meg

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April 23, 2001:
"Ulysses S. Grant was a true hero in private as well as in public. He was our first civil rights President. He cared about the Indians and the freed slaves. The Treaty of Washington (1871) is mostly his work, though he's never gotten enough credit for it. It settled claims against Britain, and more important, it established neutrality and international arbitration to avoid war. This become the foundation for the World Court and League of Nations. My favorite Grant web site is the Ulysses S. Grant Network." - Nancy W. from Newark, Ohio

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April 16, 2001:
"My hero is William Shakespeare. I think William Shakespeare was a good reader because he was able to write so well. I want to be like William Shakespeare. I practicing writing stories and poems, and I read a lot of books!"

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April 9, 2001:
"Robert E. Lee is my hero. He was an all around great person. Of course, he was a brilliant general and strategist during the Civil War. He was also a very honorable person, husband, father, soldier, and cadet. As a cadet at West Point, he never received a demerit, and he graduated at the top of his class." -- Stephen from Virginia.

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April 2, 2001:
"My aunt is my hero. She is very kind, caring, and thoughtful. I can count on her for everything. She helps me with school, sports, my friends, and growing up. I love her so much, and I want her to know how special she is to me."

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March 26, 2001:
"Florence Nightingale is my hero. I bought the Florence bear because my mom is a nurse. And then I read a biography about Florence Nightingale. The more I read about her life, the more amazed I became. She was absolutely an extraordinary, incredible, helpful, caring, and beautiful person. I wish I had known her in person, and I am very appreciative that I now know about her."

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March 19, 2001:
"My mom and my dad are my heroes. They are always there to lend me a helping hand when I need it most. Because I can always rely on them to be there in a crunch, I am able to set my goals higher and take on more challenges. I know my life is better for having them as parents. I love you Mom and Dad!!!" -- Carol from Perth, Australia

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March 12, 2001:
"Mrs. Goffredo is my hero. She is very nice, and she teaches well. I love her class very much." -- Love, Hailey

"Florence Nightingale. I like Florence because she took care of sick people, and she was very kind." -- Anna

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March 5 , 2001:
"My twin sister is my hero, and I am her hero. It's fun having someone so special in my life." -- Britney from Vancouver

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February 26, 2001:
"
Martin Luther King, Jr. is my hero. He was a truly amazing man. Very few humans follow their dreams and never give up, regardless of the tasks they may face along the way. Thanks to his great fight we live in a world of equality." Browse Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Bookstore

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February 19, 2001:
"George Washington was a terrific leader for this country. He defined the role of the President and set a great example for generations to come. I am very grateful that Washington was our first President." -- Rhonda from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Read about the Times in which George lived.

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February 12, 2001:
"Abe Lincoln is my hero. He was a great President because he kept our country together through some really rough times. If he hadn't been President during the Civil War, who knows what our country would be like today." -- John from Maryland

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February 5, 2001:
"My best friend is my hero. She is always there when I need someone to talk with, someone to laugh with, and someone to cry with." -- Mary from Pittsburg, PA

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