Robinson’s original plan was to build Mount Rushmore in order to attract more tourists to South Dakota and to create a memorial for the first one hundred-fifty years of America. The construction of Mount Rushmore changed the land for the better. Americans used what the land they already had and modified it. It brought many tourists out to visit Mount Rushmore to show their respect to the foundation of America, the people who built the monument and the land on which it stands. Today Mount Rushmore is one of the United States greatest iconic images.
As in the article, (“Orville Wright 's Biography”) it says, “His adventurous nature and drive to succeed combined with his brother Wilbur 's research skills to achieve what is considered by many to be the greatest, most influential accomplishment of the 20th century.” This evidence from the website showed tells me that one part of his legacy was having the greatest most influential accomplishment of the 20th century which is a big thing to live up to in a legacy. Moving on to the next evidence why Orville Wright was influential, was made by (Turner) and it said, “One hundred years ago next month, the Wright brothers flew for the first time in a machine that was heavier than air and changed our vision of the world.” Basically this is showing me that Orville Wright and his brother has a legacy of changing the vision the of the world by flying an airplane which made his legacy stand for a long time. As you can see again in (Brothers) its stating, “They were awarded the patent for the first flying machine in May 1906.”
This trait in Charles Lindbergh is undeniable. He had shown natural talent with flying his whole life, starting with being a stuntmen at fairs. He got a chance to handle the controls of a plane while he was with the flying circus, and he loved it. Somebody can’t graduate first in their class as an Army Air Corps reserve without having incredible aptitude in the air. In the airmail, Lindbergh was one of the 25% of pilots that survived their careers in the airmail.
Donald Bren is the well-known real estate mogul who Forbes describes as the richest real estate developer in the world. His reputation spans across the nation for his tactics and his practical know-how in the industry of real estate. He was able to turn himself into this wealthy character through hard work and dedication which is required to reach the billionaire status that he currently holds. Donald was born May 11th, 1932 in Las Angeles, California to Marion and Milton Bren. Donald’s parents were also accomplished people, probably to which he received his motivation to do well in life.
Also my grandfather had been into music his whole life, even when he was little. Once he was old enough, he decided to move to Watertown, where he got married and had my Uncle Joe and my mom Julie. His happiest memory is having grandkids because what’s not to love? He does not have any regrets he has loved every choice that he has made. He also loves to travel he has his own plane which takes him everywhere.
Fly to Timmins Timmins is the home town of country music star Shania Twain, and one look at this beautiful city is all you need to know why. Many visitors fly to Timmins for its abundance of natural beauty. In the winter, snowmobiling, skiing and snowshoeing are also popular. Many of the city’s top destinations are parks, conservation areas, golf courses and resorts.
When I was attempting to ski down the cliff the first time, I couldn’t do it, but when I changed my strategy, I could land on my skis. My story shows the core value challenge because the cliff was an obstacle to overcome or a challenge. I believe in this core value because it makes people stronger by teaching them that sometimes, you need to change your strategy and make a new
The sport of skiing is very popular in the northern states mostly because it snows more there. This particular sport is something that be done for a very long time. Even though I don’t know much about it because i 've only done it once, it was a blast. I chose this sport specifically because our instructor was 73 years old and he had been skiing for over 35 years! Skiing would be a great sport for Angela because it strengthen her muscular endurance and cardiovascular endurance, just like she wanted in the beginning.
As you know, we just moved to Arizona. It’s my intention to learn about and see more of my new state. I was particularly interested in Flagstaff and its importance as a vacation area. The presentation by the Chamber of Commerce was very worthwhile. It surprised me to learn that skiing is one of Flagstaff’s top winter tourist attractions.
and we also learn teamwork. Pyramid is one of my favorite acts in the show, considering it is the largest act and it requires much skill and balance to perform. The strong, sturdy guys base the pyramid on skis and the girls proceed to make their way up to as high
Known for its rolling hills and beautiful beaches, Kitty Hawk is a very frequently visited city with over 40,000 visitors each year. Although it is a good vacation spot, a very important advance in technology that changed our world forever happened. Kitty Hawk NC marks the place where brothers, Wilbur and Orville Wright, invented and enhanced the first airplane. While the Wright brothers were growing up, they were inseparable and very inventive. They started to become peeked by interesting mechanical devices.
After years of development, Grand Rapids has attracted the attention of a number of large international companies, they locate the headquartered at Grand Rapids, such as Steelcase, Amway, Meijer. In addition, Grand Rapids is also an important center for General Electric Company aviation
Did you know Hank Aaron played baseball with sticks and tin cans in his youth? This outline is about Hank Aaron and his accomplishments. Hank Aaron is known as the greatest player ever. He is also well known for his fight and courage to break segregation. You will learn how he broke the homerun record, the batting record, and most importantly, how he ended segregation.
1. Jim Thorpe; has been characterized as one of the greatest athletes America has ever seen. Thorpe was born on May 28, 1887 in a single room cabin in small town Oklahoma, Prague. Jim attended school at an all indian establishment in Pennsylvania, although he began his athletic career somewhere else. He began playing football and running track.
As a member of the admissions board for the United States University, I would like to nominate ten very accomplished individuals for acceptance into this year’s class. These ten individuals have shown their dedication in their respective fields and offer to better not only the university, but put their efforts to work together for the betterment of society. Along with these ten nominations, I have created a two person waitlist should any of the ten choose not to accept their acceptance and attend United States University this coming fall. The ten applicants I nominate for acceptance: Clarence Darrow, Charles Dawes, Babe Ruth, Robert Jones, Harold Grange, Langston Hughes, Ernest Hemingway, Duke Ellington, Charles Lindbergh, and Margaret Sanger.