During her childhood, George studied tap, ballet, and jazz, later transitioning ...
The Warren Wilson College Farm serves as a resource through which the overall goals of Warren Wilson’s triad of Work, Community Engagement and Academics can be fully met.
, describing a time when when she was caregiver to the President when he suffered a stroke in 1919 leaving him partially paralyzed.
While the First Lady publicly minimized her involvement in the affairs of state, her stewardship of government duties earned her such titles as “The First Woman President” and “The Secret President.” ….
The student run mixed-crop and livestock operation, although educational in nature, is managed as a working farm with a commitment to sustainable farming practices.
History, Heritage, and Romance These three words describe the story inherent to the life of First Lady Mrs. This is a story that embodies History – that of the 35th First Lady of the United States and her Bolling family; Heritage – a proud, prominent southwest Virginia family, direct descendants of Pocahontas; and Romance.
There was a youthful “fascination,” a first marriage that was pivotal in Mrs.
Wilson’s life helping her become a strong, independent woman; and the romance between a “lovesick” President and a forward-thinking widow.
The Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum is steward to the history and birthplace of this influential and historically significant woman of the twentieth century.
We're four Irish-Catholic actors who happen to be on a show together, and that means we like a drink and we like to have a good time.So all four of us go out,' insisted Wilson - referring to castmates Dominic West and Maura Tierney.