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Diane de Poitiers

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 (1499–1566) French royal mistress during Henri II’s reign (1547–59), daughter of the comte de Saint-Vallier, himself a bibliophile. Her library remained with the Vendôme family ...

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Black Women in America (2 ed.)

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2005
Subject:
History, Regional and National History
Length:
11,181 words
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2

...with the help of future husband Max Roach, she was able to develop seriously as a musician, recording an album a year until 1962 . She appeared in two excellent films in the 1960s, Nothing but a Man ( 1964 ) with Ivan Dixon and For Love of Ivy ( 1968 ) with Sidney Poitier . She also became very active in African American politics. During most of the 1970s, Lincoln traveled and seldom appeared on American stages. In 1972 , while on vacation in Africa, she was given her African first and last names—Aminata Moseka—by government officials in Guinea...

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