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This Native American princess acted as a peacemaker between her people and the early American settlers.
Caring for the poor and sick, a young English woman left a life of privilege for a life of service.
Alexander Graham Bell
This man of compassion taught the deaf and overcame failure to invent the telephone.
”Honest Abe’s” dedication led him from humble beginnings to his election as President of the United States.
A thrilling portrait in leadership, this man served his country as patriot, soldier and President.
Persistence, hard work, and sacrifice catapult Thomas Edison to become one of the world’s greatest inventors.
Winner of two Nobel prizes, Marie Curie’s love of science led to the discovery of plutonium and the isolation of radium.
His belief brought peace with the Native Americans, inspiring the first Thanksgiving.
Galileo was an extraordinary genius of astronomy that had the integrity to tell the truth he discovered about the universe.
A woman of courage, who escaped slavery then became a modern-day Moses, bravely led others to freedom.
The Maccabees family led their people with valor to win the war of religious freedom.
Leonardo Da Vinci
The amazing breadth and depth of da Vinci’s unique genius and character provide wonderful proof of the power of humility.
Marco Polo was an astonishing explorer with a vision that took him to India, China, and many other exotic lands far from Italy.
With the help of a patient teacher, Helen was successful in overcoming obstacles of deafness and blindness.
Witness Ludwig van Beethoven’s struggle to overcome his hearing loss and creatively give the world music that stirs the soul.
A young man’s determination leads to the discovery of a new world.
Curiosity led to his remarkable achievements as a scientist, inventor, diplomat, and shaper of the Constitution.
The Wright Brothers
Perseverance was rewarded when two brothers launched the world into a new age of powered flight.
With conviction, this great Frenchman discovered the cure for deadly diseases, after the death of his daughter.
Joan of Arc As the city of Orleans, France seems certain to fall, a 16-year-old maiden from Lorraine rises out of nowhere and through courage and faith rallies her countrymen to a surprising victory.