Beloved American Humorist and Writer, raised in Hannibal, Missouri right along the banks of the Mississippi River from which he would find the inspiration for many of his stories. , Only 2 of his 7 Siblings Survived Childhood. He became a steamboat pilot, which rewarded him with about $250 per month â€“ the equivalent of about &155,000 today. When his dream about his brotherâ€™s death on one of the Steamboats came true about a month later, Twain joined parapsychology groups, but was guilt-stricken over his brotherâ€™s death for life.
A long comet to wrong the Governor, Hunger, burning fever, fire and reek of blood: To all estates Jovial Ones in great honor, Sedition by the Shaven ones, ignited.
Powers: able to make huge leaps in the air and able to fire beams from eyes
Julian calendar; first comet to be recognized as periodic
Bailey's Irish Cream,butterscotch schnapps, Goldschlager, rum and cinnamon. A very thin layer of rum is poured over the mixed ingredients with a sprinkling of cinnamon on top. When the rum is lit, the burning cinnamon produces a sparkling effect.
1955 - inducted in 1982; 8 weeks as #1 on the Billboard chart; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Generally in highly eccentric orbits
Bronze, Guggenheim Museum, New York
Director: Fred F. Sears. Also starred Tony Martinez, Freddie Ball and Alan Freed.
November 25 1955 for 3 weeks and January 6 1956 for 2 weeks
1954; cover of early rock classic; reached #7 on the Billboard pop chart spending a half-year on the chart
1953; first recognized rock and roll recording to hit the American music charts