Famous People Who Died on December 21
Civil Rights Activist, U.S. Representative, U.S. Governor / 1837 - 1921
Pinckey Pinchback is best known as the first person of African-American descent to become governor of a U.S. state.
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profile name: George Patton profile occupation: General
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profile name: F. Scott Fitzgerald profile occupation: Author
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profile name: St. Thomas profile occupation: Saint
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profile name: Pinckney Pinchback profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, U.S. Representative, U.S. Governor
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profile name: Dick Schaap profile occupation: Television Personality, Journalist
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profile name: Hattie Ophelia Caraway profile occupation: U.S. Representative
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