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December, 2002:
Walt Disney. He made "The Happiest Place on Earth." -- Grandma and Grandpa. Did you know Walt Disney was born on December 5, 1901?

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November, 2002:
Abraham Lincoln is my hero.
He was the greatest president because he kept our country together during a difficult period in American history. Without his great leadership and strong determination, the United States may have been a divided country.
>>Read about Abe Lincoln
>>Read about the times in which Abe Lincoln lived
>>Browse Abe Lincoln's Books
>>View Photos of Abe Lincoln

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October, 2002:
Enrique Iglesias.
His music has inspired me, and helped me through difficult times in my life. He came from a different country, yet is one of the biggest selling pop artists in America. That shows much dedication on his part, and it encourages me not to give up. He is my hero.

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September, 2002:
"Abraham Lincoln is my hero. He was an honest and caring person. As President, Lincoln was very careful to end slavery and save the Union." -- Paula A.
>>Read about Abe Lincoln
>>Read about the times in which Abe Lincoln lived
>>Browse Abe's Bookstore
>>View Photos of Abe Lincoln

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August, 2002:
Picabo Street. She has been a role model of mine ever since I first saw her ski (1989), and I've been following her ever since. Because of Picabo's strong will and determination, I have decided to pursue my skiing career as well. Even though I have gone through several hardships, I know that the road to success will hold many obstacles, and I am determined to overcome them. Hopefully, at the end of the road, my hero will be waiting. Some day...
>>Browse Picabo Street's Books
>>From Your Page: May, 2002

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July, 2002:
My family is my hero.
I have a loving husband, and three wonderful, sweet, beautiful, and amazing children. I am inspired by them in everything they do.

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June, 2002:
DALAI LAMA.
Peaceful, kind, and wise. The ultimate hero.

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May, 2002:
Picabo Street. She has been a role model of mine ever since I first saw her ski (1989), and I've been following her ever since. Because of Picabo's strong will and determination, I have decided to pursue my skiing career as well. Even though I have gone through several hardships, I know that the road to success will hold many obstacles, and I am determined to overcome them. Hopefully, at the end of the road, my hero will be waiting. Some day...
>>Browse Picabo Street's Books

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April 29, 2002:
Alan Shepard is my hero. He was the first American in space. What an accomplishment! Then after all the hard work and training to be an astronaut, he was grounded from flying because of an ear disorder. However, this did not discourage him. He continued to work hard and was determined to fly again. And then, he was restored to full flight status. In 1971, Alan Shepard became the fifth person to walk on the moon. Alan Shepard is in elite company because only 12 people have ever walked on the moon.
>>Visit Alan Shepard's Photos & Links
>>Visit our NASA & Space Links
>>Browse our Extended Space Bookstore
>>Submit Your Hero
Photo Credits: NASA

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April 22, 2002:
William Shakespeare is an amazing writer.
I have read most of Shakespeare's plays, and they are each very interesting. His stories are so powerful that we are still reading and performing them. I really enjoy Hamlet. It is the most challenging and most rewarding story I have read.
>>Read about William Shakespeare
>>Read about the times in which William Shakespeare lived
>>Browse William Shakespeare's Bookstore
>>Submit Your Hero

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April 15, 2002:
Paul Revere. His midnight ride on April 18, 1775, played a significant part in America's independence by warning the colonialists about the approaching British Army. Without his warning, who knows what would have happened at Lexington and Concord and who knows how the Revolutionary War would have turned out? -- Joe from Boston, Massachusetts.
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>>Visit The Paul Revere House
>>Old North Church Stop on the Freedom Trail
>>Read about the American Revolution
>>Browse the American Revolution Bookstore

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April 8, 2002:
My hero is Robert E. Lee.
He is the greatest Civil War General, and he is related to me. He commanded the Southern Armies in the Civil War. He freed his slaves before the Civil War started because he thought slavery was wrong. He chose to fight for the Confederate Army because he did not want to fight against his home state, Virginia. My hero is R. E. Lee.
My hero is Ulysses S. Grant.
He was decent and moral. He had courage. He saved the Union. He was also a nice man.
>>Read about Robert E. Lee
>>Read about Ulysses S. Grant
>>Read about the Civil War

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April 1, 2002:
My daughter's second grade teacher is my hero.
She is nice, helpful, and patient with her students. She treats every student with respect and gives them individual attention in their studies. My daughter has learned a lot in the short time she has spent with her teacher, and she will use this knowledge throughout her life.

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