When you think of September you think of back to school. Right? We all remember the smell of a new box of crayons. Well in the 1900s that was not the case for many children in America. Labor laws were not fair, but there was one American woman in that era that said enough is enough. She fought hard on improving working conditions for many American Her name was Florence Kelley.
Perhaps it takes courage to raise children”. This quiet bravery led her through her life as a mother, her career as a teacher, her service to her community, and her mission to protect her country by selling Liberty Bonds during World War II. Every one of these actions is also evidence of
Mrs. Horatio Van Bliven has staged the theft of her own necklace. Mrs. Van Bliven 's $25,000 necklace was stolen from her hotel room. The room 's window had been smashed and the room torn apart. Mrs. Van Bliven wanted to make it look like someone broke in and stole her necklace. What actually happened was that Mrs. Van Bliven made it look like the room had been broken into. The evidence that proves this is the fact that the window was broken from the inside. The glass from the window is on the outside of the door which means it was broken from the inside. Besides breaking the window she made it look like the room had been searched when it actually hasn 't. She hid the necklace in the plant on the mantel as proved by the fact that the
Thrust into adulthood at a very young age, she was forced to mature fast. The lessons she learned as a young girl were past down through the generations and have now arrived at me. Hearing of her stories and the struggles she endured has inspired me in my life to live with a strong resilience. I want to prove to the naysayers that with hard work even the seemingly impossible adversities of life can be overcome and concerned.
Imagine, reentering the ocean after loosing an arm in a shark attack weeks before. Bethany Hamilton did not think twice about that decision. When Kauai local, Bethany Meilani Hamilton was thirteen she went surfing and was attacked by a Tiger Shark. The shark chomped off her left arm up to her shoulder, leaving only a nub. After surgery, she was ready to get back on her board.
She came here to America by plane and she is now 31 years old and lives in Rodeo, CA. Leaving the Old Country "I wasn't planning on coming to America,but my family was there so I had no choice. I also knew that if I came here I would have a good future .My
Wilma Rudolph Wilma Rudolph once said, “Believe me, the reward is not so great without the struggle. And I know what struggle is.” Wilma Glodean Rudolph, born prematurely on June 23, 1940, was an incredible woman. (Sanders, 2015). Born in a family of 22 kids, Rudolph had an extremely unwealthy home and life.
Charlotte E. Ray In this paper I will be providing you lots of information on Ms. Ray. Charlotte E. Ray accomplished a lot of great things for African American and women in general. Becoming not only the first female African-American lawyer in the United States but also the first to practice in Washington, D.C. Because of her bravery and persistence obstacles were broken. Ray has paved the way for young women of color in today’s society.
Once upon a time in the early 1830s, lived a young lady Bessie Vanburen, her a daughter Brea Vanburen and Bessie husband Brandon Vanburen. The Vanburen lived in a small town called Camelot, in the middle of nowhere, where Bessie grew up at. Back in 1821 Bessie and her mother Brenda weren’t getting along because Bessie was becoming a teenager. Brenda and Bessie would never see eye to eye. So one Day Brenda came home yelling about something and Bessie got very upset and couldn’t take the stressing anymore. Brenda put Bessie out in the streets on her own at the age of fourteen. While Brenda was strolling the streets nights and days she ran into this handsome man from out of town named Brandon.
Elizabeth Van Lew Elizabeth Van Lew. sewed clothing for the confederates . In her time people would call her crazy bet because she acted crazy for her disguise. When her parents sent her to Quaker school convinced that slavery was bad and wrong . You will learn that Elizabeth Van Lew was a spy for the Union soldiers. You will also learn that Elizabeth Van Lew 's father was a slave owner.
In the year 1778 the new and improved “Articles of Confederation” is ratified by eight states; New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and South Carolina. Rhode Island General Assembly authorizes enlistment of slaves in the Continental Army; British Redcoats evacuate Philadelphia while Washington’s troops leave Valley Forge. The Liberty Bell comes home to Philadelphia, although not rehung for 7 years due to a rotted steeple, and Mary Ludwig Hayes, better known as “Molly Pitcher” is aiding American patriots: Battle of Monmouth, although not in the year 1778, made her famous. In this same year, the month of November, Eunice Hawley, “mover and definitely not a Shaker”, is born to parents Elijah and Mercy Hawley in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Eunice Hawley will be the middle child of the Mercy and Elijah Hawley’s eight children.
Bessie Vanbure was only 19 years old, and Bessie was a beloved Wife and Mother . Bessie died on July 11, 1835. She is from Los Angeles, CA and resided in Georgia with her family. She has 4 children, 2 boys and 2 beautiful girls. In she died with a massive heart attack.
READER, the incredible tales of my life will come across as astonishing or unimaginable. Some might say the story is too farfetched from the truth. Don’t fret dear reader, this story I will tell you is completely truthful, and the descriptions revealed in this tale contains no lies. All of the accounts that I recall in this epic have happened to me throughout my life. The tales in my life might seem like a mythological fable to some. But there is nothing fictitious about this tragedy.