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From a log cabin to the White condo, persist with the lifetime of certainly one of America's such a lot popular leaders. This inspiring account tells of ways ""Honest Abe"" overcame nice problems on his technique to shaping a strong and unified kingdom.
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The Gazette (Montreal), July 12, 1999. Print. B1. Mihoces, Gary. ” USA Today. July 2, 1999. Print. 11C. US Soccer Communications Department. 2013 US Women’s National Team Media Guide. Peoria, IL: US Soccer Communications Department, 2013. Print. FURTHER READINGS Chastain, Brandi. It’s Not About the Bra: Play Hard, Play Fair, and Put the Fun Back Into Competitive Sports. New York: William Morrow, 2004. Print. Christopher, Matt. In the Goal With . . Briana Scurry. New York: Little, Brown, 2000.
Fans were drawn to the charismatic US players. Plus, the US team won the tournament in exciting fashion. indd 40 10/3/14 2:02 PM GOING PRO The 1999 Women’s World Cup had been a huge success. The next step seemed to be a professional women’s league in the United States. Attempts to create one have struggled, though. The Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA) began in 2002. Several stars from the 1999 US team played in the league. But the WUSA struggled to live up to its own lofty expectations.
5 million US fans watched on TV. At the time, only five English-language soccer broadcasts had ever drawn more fans in the United States. At the top of that list, however, was the 1999 Women’s World Cup final. indd 43 10/3/14 2:02 PM TIMELINE August 18, 1985 The US women’s national soccer team plays its first game. It loses 1–0 to Italy in Jesolo, Italy. 1991 The United States wins the first Women’s World Cup (then called the Women’s World Championship). May 31, 1996 FIFA awards the 1999 Women’s World Cup to the United States.