Definition of Martha graham
1. Noun. United States dancer and choreographer whose work was noted for its austerity and technical rigor (1893-1991).
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1. History of Ancient Woodbury, Connecticut: From the First Indian Deed in 1659 by William Cothren (1879)
"Curtiss, s. of Dr. Andrew and martha graham, May 23. Andrus, s. of Dr. Zephaniah and Hannah Hull, Dec. 8. Joseph, s. of Thomas and Martha Savage, March 14. ..."
2. Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing by Larry Chang (2006)
"martha graham, 1894-1991 ~ "The Trysting Tent," The Notebooks of martha graham, 1973 There is in every madman a misunderstood genius whose idea, ..."
3. A Century and a Half of Pittsburg and Her People by John Newton Boucher, John Woolf Jordan (1908)
"... first, James Huston, second, John McFarlane Johnston, by first marriage having one son, John, and by the second marriage one daughter, martha graham; ..."
4. What Happened Today? by Jill Norris, Sharon Rosenberger (2001)
"<^JL 11 martha graham was born in IS0!1!. She was an innovative dancer and choreographer. She founded the martha graham School of ..."