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  • Friday classes round 2 slideshow

    1. 1. Friday Classes Twisters, Fakebooks & “One Page on X”sRound 2 / November 2012
    2. 2. R2-14 ...in alphabetical order by creator’s first name
    3. 3. One page on Mahalia Jackson She was a singer of gospel. Gospel music is a style of religious singingdeveloped by African Americans. She was born in New Orleans at Oct 26,1911, and was attracted to the music of church early in her life, and shebegan singing with the choir of the Greater Salem Baptist and with theJohnson Gospel Singers, one of the first professional touring gospel groupsin her teens. In 1946, she released “Move On Up a Littler Higher” and this was eventually Asold a million copies. Then she sang at New Yorks Carnegie Hall as a firstgospel singer. In 1961, she also performed at President John F. Kennedysinauguration. She also sang at King’s funeral because she had been ongood terms with Dr. Martin Luther King. Later, she toured to sing inEuropean, Africa, Japan, and India. In 1972, she died of heart failure in Chicago. by Azusa Source citation: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=535 “FIND A GRAVE” Jan 01, 2001 Written by Curtis Jackson http://www.gale.cengage.com/free_resources/bhm/bio/jackson_m.htm “GALE engage learning” by Gale World Headquarters
    4. 4. Azusa
    5. 5. Chihiro
    6. 6. Chihiro
    7. 7. Daisuke
    8. 8. Daisuke
    9. 9. Honoka
    10. 10. Honoka
    11. 11. Kaimi
    12. 12. Kaimi
    13. 13. Kanami
    14. 14. Kanami
    15. 15. No link yet ... waiting for revisions to OPOXKentaro
    16. 16. Kentaro
    17. 17. Kosuke
    18. 18. Kosuke
    19. 19. Mari
    20. 20. Mari
    21. 21. Michiko
    22. 22. Michiko
    23. 23. Miki
    24. 24. Miki
    25. 25. Natsuki
    26. 26. Natsuki
    27. 27. Rina
    28. 28. Saki
    29. 29. Saki
    30. 30. Yui
    31. 31. Yui
    32. 32. Yuko
    33. 33. Yuko
    34. 34. Yumi
    35. 35. Yumi
    36. 36. Yusuke
    37. 37. Yusuke
    38. 38. R2-13 ...in alphabetical order by creator’s first name
    39. 39. Eriko
    40. 40. Eriko
    41. 41. Harune
    42. 42. Harune
    43. 43. Kenta
    44. 44. Kenta
    45. 45. Kentaro
    46. 46. Kentaro
    47. 47. Kouki
    48. 48. Kouki
    49. 49. Maako
    50. 50. Maako
    51. 51. Mai
    52. 52. Mai
    53. 53. Miho
    54. 54. Miho
    55. 55. Satoshi
    56. 56. Satoshi
    57. 57. Shiori
    58. 58. Shiori
    59. 59. Wakana
    60. 60. Wakana

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