Biography of Lady Bird Johnson

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  • Full Name: Lady Bird Johnson
  • Religion: Catholic
  • Place Of Birth: Karnack, Texas, Usa
  • Birth date: Sunday, December 22, 1912
  • Zodiac: Sagittarius
  • Nationality: United States
Lady Bird Johnson
Born in Karnack, Texas, USA, on December 22, 1912. Lady Bird Johnson, first lady of the United States is her husband Lyndon b. Johnson became President in 1963 to 1969. Thomas Jefferson Taylor as her father, a store owner and his mother, Minnie Pattillo Taylor, died when Lady Bird Johnson was a kid. He has the nickname Lady Bird from his nurse. In his childhood, he was knows as a child who is shy and reticent. He spent a lot of time walking, fishing and swimming alone.

He graduated from high school in 1928, and continued his education at the University of Alabama majored in journalism. But he did not continue his studies and continued in Saint Mary's Episcopal School. While in College, he was also active in organizations such as Orange Jackets. Many colleges give honorary degrees from Boston University, George Washington University, Johns Hopkins University, State University of New York, and many more.

As long as the country Mother served as, he wrote a note to her husband's activities then became President, then made him a book with the title "A White House Diary. "I'm very aware that I have a tremendous opportunity, no one else can see it from my point of view see" he said, with Carlton Lees he also wrote Wildflowers Across America.

As long as life in the White House, he was honored as the Chairman of the National Head Start Program, a program to help underprivileged children to attend school in order to get decent lives as friends of their friends. On his birthday his 70th in 1982, Lady Bird Johnson founded the National Wildflower Research Center, an organization dedicated to greening the environment nature again. He donated 60 acres of land to set up an Office that serves as the Organization's information center.

In 1993, his health began to decline. In August 1993, he suffered blindness caused by macular degeneration. In 1999 he was hospitalized, and in 2002 he was again treated for stroke. In 2005, he was suffering from bronchitis, forcing disease he spent time in the hospital. In 2006, Lady Bird Johnson suffered total blindness. She gave birth to her first daughter was named the Johnsons, in 1944, followed by Luci Baines three years later, after having previously suffered a miscarriage as much as 3 times. July 11, 2007, Lady Bird Johnson, he died surrounded by family members and Catholic priest Robert Scott. In January 2009, St. Edward's University in Austin set up dormitories and named after Lady Bird Johnson Hall, or commonly abbreviated "LBJ Hall".

  • Marshall High School
  • Saint Mary's Episcopal School
  • The University Of Texas
  • Presidential Medal of Freedom
  • The Congressional Gold Medal

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