“Peter Wetzstein, age 26 years, and his wife Anna Elizabeth Kurtz, age 23, and their daughter Magratha age 6, emigrated to Philadelphia aboard the ship Samuel of London” (Campbell). Heinrich Peter Wetzstein grandchild Peter Whetstone had the most impact on American history and it would all begin in Indiana. It all began in 1790 when David and Rebeekah had their son Peter whose life is undocumented until he emigrates from Arkansas to Texas with his wife Edice Dicey Anderson Webster in 1829. They had six children together Johnston, Mary
The Birthmark- Reader’s Response Nathaniel Hawthorne was born on July 4, 1804 in Salem, Massachusetts, the infamous town where a very significant historical event occured. Hawthorne was the great-great-grandson of John Hathorne, one of the three judges over the Salem witch trials nearly a century ago. After the death of his father in 1808, Hawthorne’s uncle Robert Manning, prominent pomologist of that time, took Hawthorne into his care in Raymond, Maine. As a young man Hawthorne attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick with Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Franklin Pierce. After obtaining his degree in 1825, Hawthorne moved back to Salem for twelve years and wrote many novels, sketches, and short stories that are still very popular today, including
Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564, the same year the Black Plague struck his town. Shakespeare 's parents were John and Mary Shakespeare. He was the third child, but their first son. Since not a tremendous amount about his early life is known, those years are called the “Lost Years.”
Fromm describes his early years having a “medieval atmosphere” where learning the tradition was the only thing (Friedman, 2013, p. 4). Fromm’s paternal great grandfather was a prominent rabbi in the Jewish community and his grandfather was one of the most important rabbis in the Frankfurt’s Jewish community at the time. His father was one of the ten siblings among which 6 girls married mostly teachers and 3 other boys turned out as a merchant, lawyer and doctor. Fromm’s maternal family grandparents migrated from Russia to Finland and eventually to Germany. His maternal great grandfather had a cigar factory but died early and left the family in financial peril.
Have you ever heard of Edgar Allan Poe? He was born on January 19, 1809, in Boston, Massachusetts. He died at an early age of 40 in October of 1849. He was a famous American author best known for his short stories of mystery and horror tales. “The Tell-Tale Heart,” one of his famous short stories, was first published in January of 1843 in a magazine called The Pioneer.
THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH LITERARY ANALYSIS Good afternoon teachers, today I will show you my oral presentation about "the Masque of the Red Death" written by the American Short Story writer and poet Edgar Allan Poe. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts on January 19, 1809. Edgar lost his mother at an early age. He was then raised by a wealthy Virginia family named Allan, from whom he took his middle name. After winning a writing contest with his story “MS.
The artwork was of both Rembrandt and his wife and was produced two years after their marriage. Both Rembrandt and his wife are clothed in historical clothing. Rembrandt is illustrated in a feathered beret and a fur-trimmed overcoat, on the other hand Saskia is illustrated in an old-fashioned veil. Rembrandt’s hat casts a shadow over his eyes, giving the artwork a sense of mystery to his countenance. Rembrandt only twice represented himself as a contemporary Amsterdam gentleman.
Rolihlahla Mandela was born on July 18, 1918 in a small village named Mvezo in South Africa. Mandela’s name was changed to Nelson by his teacher due to the European schooling system. (“Nelson”) At twelve years old, Nelson’s father passed away due to lung disease. Mandela was sent to live with a man named Jangintaba as his ward at the Great Place of Mghekezweni. (Mandela) Mandela attended Clarkebury Boarding Institute as a young man; he was the first person in his family to attend school.
Following the death of his mother, Poe was taken into the home of John Allan and his wife Frances, who later died of tuberculosis. In 1835 he married his young cousin, Virginia Clemm, who was only 13 at the time, and in January of 1847 she died. Poe’s poem, Annabel Lee, was written shortly after his wife Virginia’s death. It is believed that Edgar Allan Poe wrote this to poem to illustrate his and Virginia’s love for one another. Stanza 1:
Wirt became involved with his son-in-law in establishing a German immigrant colony in Florida on lands he bought but never inspected personally; this business venture failed. Wirt practiced law until his death. He got ill on February 8, 1834 in Washington, D.C. where he attended the proceedings of the Supreme Court. His biographer John P. Kennedy wrote that the early diagnosis of a cold was followed by identifying the symptoms of erysipelas or St. Anthony 's fire. He died on February 18,