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  1. Margaret Woodrow Wilson hatte zwei jüngere Schwestern, Jessie (1887–1933) und Eleanor (1889–1967). Ab 1938 lebte Margaret Woodrow Wilson im Sri Aurobindo Ashram im indischen Puducherry, wo sie 1944 im Alter von 57 Jahren an den Folgen einer Urämie starb.

  2. Margaret Woodrow Wilson (ur. 16 kwietnia 1886 w Gainesville, Georgia , zm. 12 lutego 1944 w Pondicherry, Indie ) – pierwsza dama Stanów Zjednoczonych od 6 sierpnia 1914 do 18 grudnia 1915 jako córka prezydenta Woodrowa Wilsona [1] .

  3. Margaret Woodrow Wilson passed away on February 12 1944. Her tombstone in the cemetery of Pondicherry, the small town in South India that is the home of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, bears the simple inscription: "Ci-git la dépouille mortelle de Nishtha, Margaret Woodrow Wilson, 16 avril 1886-12 février 1944."

  4. 13 de dic. de 2018 · Margaret Wilson’s Spiritual Passage to India. “To go out on the street is still an adventure, so fascinating are these people, and my inner adventure, while not dramatic, is intensely interesting.”. Margaret A. Wilson to Eleanor Wilson McAdoo, July 27, c.1936-1940. In 1932, President Wilson’s daughter Margaret discovered Sri Aurobindo ...

  5. Thomas Woodrow Wilson ( Staunton, 28 de diciembre de 1856- Washington D. C., 3 de febrero de 1924) fue un político, académico y abogado estadounidense que se desempeñó como el vigésimo octavo presidente de Estados Unidos entre 1913 y 1921. Miembro del Partido Demócrata, Wilson fue presidente de la Universidad de Princeton y gobernador de ...

  6. e. Thomas Woodrow Wilson (December 28, 1856 – February 3, 1924) was an American politician and academic who served as the 28th president of the United States from 1913 to 1921. A member of the Democratic Party, Wilson served as the president of Princeton University and as the governor of New Jersey before winning the 1912 presidential election.

  7. 24 de nov. de 2015 · Peas in a Rotting Pod: Woodrow Wilson and Margaret Sanger. November 24, 2015. Rob Schwarzwalder. So, Woodrow Wilson was a racist. This is indisputable. It’s also why many black students at the school for Wilson was once president, Princeton, are calling for a renewed assessment of his legacy there and as president of the United States.