James Monroe was born on April 28, 1758; He went to college called William and Mary 1774 to 1776, He graduated from college and went into the army during the first years of the Revolution. He fought in Trenton, NJ; he almost died because he was wounded (shot) in war, but lived. Then he entered Virginia Politics, after he entered National Politics and had sponsorship from Thomas Jefferson. In fact, James Monroe’s family was descendants from Scotland that immigrated to America in the middle 17th century, James Monroe had 3 Elizabeth’s in his life His sister, His mother, and his wife. James Monroe was nicknamed 'The Last Cocked Hat ' which means presidents who played significant roles in American Revolution of independence.
Santa Anna gained prestige again after a battle with the French in 1838. The French navy had seized the Veracruz and demanded compensation for injuries to French citizens in Mexico. Santa led forces to the Veracruz, only to fail and lose a leg in the battle. Although he gained enough prestige to act as a dictator from March to July 1839, while the president was away. He then held power after leading a revolt; however, he lost that when he was driven into exile in
The lead-up to the US Civil War: the battle of Fort Sumter "﹉but one of them would make war rather than let the nation survive and the other would accept war rather than let it perish , and the war came." __Abraham Lincoln On December 26, 1860, six days after South Carolina seceded from the Union, U.S. Army Major Robert Anderson abandoned the indefensible Fort Moultrie, spiking its large guns, burning its gun carriages, and taking its smaller cannon with him to be trained on the city. See Wikipedia, Battle of Fort Sumter, and authorities there cited. Although this war isn 't important, but it marked that the American Civil War began. And the South finally decided that the wanted to get rid of the North government or against with Abraham Lincoln 's control.
America’s final action in the Vietnam Conflict was the mass withdrawal of American forces from South Vietnam. These forces, both drafted and enlisted, had been sent to aid South Vietnam while critics back in the United States condemned the loyal soldiers’ actions. One such soldier was Michael D. Bender, a Pennsylvania-born soldier who served his country from 1959 to 1980. Michael D. Bender was raised in suburbia to a large non-military family. He was born in a very small town in Pennsylvania on May 1, 1942.
Gettysburg is now a memorial for all of the Soldiers who fought. The Union was fighting hard because they knew that this huge battle would be the turning point of the Civil War and after that battle we can see it has indeed been the most important battle in the Civil War. That is all for today about the battle of
President Abraham Lincoln is known as the sixteenth president of the United States, elected in 1860, only to be assassinated in the spring of 1865. In his time in office, he worked towards the abolition of slavery and finally accomplished it with the Emancipation Proclamation beginning in 1863. Most southern civilians after the civil war identified this as an act of turpitude, because they believed this went against the Bible which said slaves should "...Obey [their] earthly masters with respect and fear, and with sincerity of heart, just as you would obey Christ. "1 To them they were being neglected of their property rights and no born citizen could "...be deprived of life, liberty, or property..."2 Yet without the changes President Abraham
William March, born William March Campbell, was an American author and serviceman who was born in 1893 in Mobile, Alabama and passed away in 1954 in New Orleans, Louisiana. March grew up in a family with eleven children that was extremely poor. Due to his low-income upbringing, March was forced to leave school and join the workforce early. Eventually, March finished his high school degree and studied law for a year at the University of Alabama. After World War I broke out, March enlisted and became a well decorated soldier due to his bravery in France.
Prior to Reeves birth his father was a Princeton University graduate studying for a master’s degree in Russian at Columbia University. Although Reeve was born wealthy he worked at the docks with longshoremen in the summer. Christopher’s mother Barbara had been a student at Vassar College, but transferred to Barnard College so she could be closer to Franklin who she had met through a family connection. Franklin and Barbara then had a son, Benjamin Reeve, who was born on October 6th, 1953. Barbara and Franklin divorced in 1956, and then she moved
There are two most lasting results of Lincoln’s servant leadership are preservation of the Union and the freeing of the slaves. The main achievement done by him is he led the United State through the American Civil War. This Civil War provides a platform for him to demonstrate servant leadership. On 12 April, the Civil War with the opening bombardment of Fort Sumter, South Carolina. The Southern navy turned away the supply convoy, and the first shot of war at Fort Sumter, it forcing the Federal defenders to surrender after 34 hours.
Throughout most of the war the Confederates were winning, but a turning point for the Union was the Battle of Gettysburg. “The turning point of the war. After his successes at Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville Lee invaded the North again. After trying to break the Union lines for two days he tries a frontal assault on the entrenched Union forces. “Pickett’s Charge” as this is known fails and Lee retreats back to Virginia.