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- Betty Compson, American violinist, actress and independent film producer. Acted in at least 50 silent and 24 sound films between 1919-1940
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- Over 100 years ago, this lady in Mongolia suffered the dreadful Immurement.
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- She is from the Seneca tribe and her name is Ah-Weh-Eyu (translation: Pretty Flower). Her English name was Goldie Jamison Conklin and she was from the Allegany Reservation in Western New York.
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