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- ... that Eliza Ann Grier (pictured), an emancipated slave, was the first African-American woman licensed to practice medicine in the state of Georgia?
- ... that T. Rex and the Crater of Doom details the development of the hypothesis that dinosaurs were wiped out by a meteor impact?
- ... that during the Spanish conquest of the Maya, the Spanish conquistadors preferred the cotton armour of their Maya enemies to their own steel armour?
- ... that Australian physicist Eric Burhop led an international team at Fermilab that detected the Λ+
c (charmed lambda baryon)?
- ... that no date has been specified for admitting the public to California's Marsh Creek State Park, although the park was formally named on January 27, 2012?
- ... that during the First World War, the UK Ministry of Labour allowed women to work at the Hughes Bolckow Ship wrecking company provided they didn't have to lift a sledgehammer weighing more than 5 pounds (2.3 kg)?
- ... that Romanian psychologist Florian Ștefănescu-Goangă initially cooperated with the country's communist government, but ended up a political prisoner?
- ... that the Waldorf–Astoria Hotel's famed maître d'hôtel, Oscar Tschirky, created the Waldorf salad, eggs Benedict, and Thousand Island dressing?