The American Revolution was a war of dependence that consisted of thirteen colonies declared against British’s political ideas and religions during 1765 to 1783. Under the achievement of revolution, there were the Continental Amy—which was created by George Washington, who was a commander-in-chief, and John Adams—Congress, who helped to raise the Continental Amy, and large groups of colonists. In addition to those groups of revolutionists, women were also one of major forces that helped waged war against the British redcoats and soldiers. These women had participated and contributed to the outcome of the revolution.
Jane Addams life as a child was not easy, she had a congenital spinal defect which led to her never being physically strong and her father who served for sixteen years as a state senator and fought as an officer in the Civil War always showed that his thoughts of women were that they were weak, and especially her with her condition. But besides that she lived a very privileged life since her father had many famous friends like the president Abraham Lincoln.
Did you know that over 5.4 million Americans are affected by Alzheimer’s disease? Alois Alzheimer was the guy who discovered Alzheimer’s disease. He dedicated his whole life to his career and research. The result of his dedication was amazing. Clara Barton was another person who dedicated her life to her career. She discovered the American Red Cross. This organization has helped many people over the years. Alois Alzheimer and Clara Barton were two people who had a lasting effect on society and on the medical field.
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.
Back long ago before we had books or even computers we socialized with each other, We sat around the dinner table or a fire and told stories from start to finish. We didn't just speak to tell the stories, we also used visuals such as pictures. The pictures were used to engage the audience into the storie. During the book Yellow Raft In Blue Water the author Michael Dorris covers many different topics, he goes over the struggle with racism, the power struggle, the struggle with appearances, and the struggle of an inescapable reality. The author Michael Dorris, who is Native American, writes this book so it focuses around the lives of three Native American women. Each women has there own section that they narrate
The Civil War was a horrid event that greatly affected our modern day lives. From 1861 to 1865 the Union and the Confederates fought to protect what they thought was right. Throughout the war many people turned up and encouraged change in areas they believed were lacking thought such as, abolition, women 's rights, and suffrage. One of this people was Harriet Tubman. Harriet Tubman was an abolitionist, which means that she was against slavery. She helped develop the underground railroad, which helped many slaves escape to freedom.
Throughout the course of human history, nothing we do has ever had as rapid and drastic an effect on history as war. Disasters would be near second place, and coincidentally Clara Barton affected both. Out of a multitude of achievements things, she was a nurse during the Civil War, did many things women of her day could not, and started the American Red Cross. Clara Barton was revolutionary for her influence on society and medicine in American history.
Lucy Flucker Knox helped with her own time and resources when ever possible. "I hope you will consider yourself as commander in chief of your own house,but be convinced, that there is such a thing as equal command.” By Lucy Flucker Knox. This quote means that everyone has an equal say. No one should be more powerful than someone else. This is one of the reasons she is famous. She didn’t think she had a lesser value than someone else. Lucy is a famous person because she helped everyone and was brave during the Revolutionary war.
In the American Civil War, one of the most recognizable figures is Clara Barton. She was the “Angel of the Battlefield”, and the founder of the American Red Cross. Clara Barton is an important figure of the Civil War, and is one person who is still remembered by many people today.
When one thinks of the Civil War, they normally think of the generals or the soldiers actually fighting in the battles. But what about the people behind the scenes? Who cared for these soldiers and brave men before, during, and after battles? Clara Barton is one of the most honored women in American history exactly for this. She is known as the Angel of the Battlefield. This is because she helped and aided many wounded soldiers during the war, she found thousands of missing men, and she established the American Red Cross.
Clara Barton, founder of American Red Cross, fearlessly risks her life to help rescue soldiers on the battlefield, exemplifying attributes of a heroine. She is a hero in many ways. She often put her life through many great dangers. She dealt with deaths of loved ones, unfair rules against women, and the loss of many jobs because of her gender. She saved many soldiers during the American Civil War, impacted the Women’s suffrage movement greatly by passing a case for women’s rights, and founded The American Red cross, which is ]still useful to this day to help many injured or sick people. She was nicknamed “Angel of the battlefield,” because she selflessly nursed soldiers through some of the worst battles during the Civil War.
Many people will go down in United States history for their many accomplishments. Some for being great leaders, some for fighting injustices,some for standing up when other would not, and others for helping people. There are many nurses that helped during the American Civil War. They will be remembered for their willingness to help,how hard they worked, their dedication to what they were doing and their kindness during a time of war. Clara Barton was one of those great nurses that helped during the American Civil War. Clara Barton will be remembered in United States History because she was a charitable, courageous, and a diligent working woman during the American Civil War.
At a time when women were oppressed, Clara Barton, Civil War nurse and founder of the American Red Cross, managed to make an impact on the country and the whole world. By dedicating her life to lessen the suffering of others, Barton helped society and the lives of many. Through her actions, Barton worked to help women gain equal appreciation in society. The work of Clara Barton helped spark the revolution of women’s equality. The leadership of Clara Barton and the humanitarian work she did influenced the respect and recognition women received.
The major aim that Kennedy's and Fornes' characters write for is to establish an identity and make themselves acknowledgeable in the world they inhabit. They use writing to rewrite themselves again in a way that defy the restraints that face them in building their identity. In
Charles Brockden Brown’s novel, Wieland, explores the aspects of both a Gothic and sentimental novel. The novel investigates on subjects such as gender norms, religious views, and femininity. Clara, being both the narrator and protagonist, is driven by gender expectations of the eighteenth-century. She resembles the heroine of a gothic novel, but has independence due to her living on her own. Clara breaks through the eighteenth-century thinking that women were passive and ruled by their bodies and their emotions. Charles Brockden Brown’s novel reflects his ability to convey, through Clara’s first person narrative, the shifting instability of a mind swayed by an objective and subjective perspective.