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Pearl S. Buck

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Jun 26, 1892

Pearl S. Buck was born in Hillsboro

1910

Pearl Buck returned to the U.S. after living in China

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1914

Pearl Buck graduated from Randolph-Macon Woman's College

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1917

Pearl Sydenstricker married John Lossing Buck

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1930

Pearl Buck published East Wind: West Wind

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1932

Pearl Buck's book The Good Earth won Pulitzer Prize

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1934

Pearl Buck moved permanently back to the U.S.

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1935

Pearl Buck divorced her husband

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Dec 10, 1938

Pearl S. Buck became first American woman to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature

1949

Pearl S. Buck founded the international adoption agency, Welcome House, based in Pennsylvania

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1964

Pearl Buck founded the Pearl S. Buck Foundation

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Mar 06, 1973

Pearl Buck died in Danby, Vermont


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