MacKenzie Brumbaugh is currently a senior at the University of Oregon majoring in Social Sciences and Sociology with a minor in history. MacKenzie is really interested in World War II and post-World War II history and culture, as well as the general history of modern warfare. After graduation, MacKenzie is planning on attending graduate school to pursue a Ph.D. in sociology. Their ultimate goal is to teach at the college level.
Edwina Justus, also known as “Curlie,” is the first African American woman locomotive engineer for the Union Pacific Railroad. She was born on July 11, 1943 in Omaha, Nebraska to Lee Chaney and Caldonia Isaiah Chaney. As a young child she attended Brown Park Elementary … Read MoreEdwina “Curlie” Justus (1943- )