Over the course of history, many people have fought for equality between African-American and whites. They fought very well to bring us to this day and age. Some important people that have done so are Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, and Abraham Lincoln. All of which had hope for a brighter future but they had different means of getting it. Martin Luther King and Abraham Lincoln both inspired people to quit segregation with the speeches that they gave in front of large crowds of people. Knowing this, it would be expected that their speeches would share some similarities. They both had the same mindset while giving these speeches, they both were very important in their own respect and manner, and they both spoke in front of a large crowd of people.
Abraham Lincoln and his greatest accomplishments: Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809. Abraham Lincoln was the sixteenth president of the United States, serving from March 1881 until his assassination from John Wilkes Booth on April 1865. Abraham Lincoln had a nickname and it was called Honest Abe, I guess because he was honest all the time and he rarely told a lie. Honest Abe had four kids. There names were William Wallace Lincoln, Robert Todd Lincoln, Tad Lincoln, and Edward Baker Lincoln.
Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809 in a log cabin in Hardin County, Kentucky. His father was a well-known pioneer named Thomas Lincoln, his mom’s name was Nancy Hanks Lincoln. The two of them had two other kids besides Abraham lincoln, Thomas Lincoln and Sarah Lincoln were their names. Thomas, who was Lincoln’s
Abraham Lincoln is one of the most known people in early american history, he has been known for being the president of the USA during the civil war. Abe has always been against slavery. During he was the president he was against slavery and became an abolitionist during his terms. Which started the civil war.
Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States and Commander in Chief during the Civil War. He was a member of the Free Soil Party and later became a Republican. Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing the slaves in the Confederate States after the Battle of Antietam, and ultimately led the North to victory in the Civil War. What most do not know, however, is that he got to that point after a long road of lying and deception. Abraham Lincoln constantly altered his views on slavery and other issues during the 1800s purely based on his audience.
He had very little traditional education, but read a lot when not working on his father 's farm. After moving away from home, Lincoln co-owned a general store for a couple of years before selling his stake and enlisting as a militia captain defending Illinois in the Black Hawk War of 1832, when he was 19, he followed a produce-laden flatboat down the Mississippi River to New Orleans. After settling in the town of New Salem, Illinois he worked as a shopkeeper and a owner of a post office. Lincoln became involved in local politics as a supporter of the Whig Party, he won the election to the Illinois state legislature in 1834. The Whig Party was a political party active in the middle of the 19th century in the United States of America.
Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass are American heroes with each exemplifying a unique aspect of the American spirit. In his recent study, "The Radical and the Republican: Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, and the Triumph of Antislavery Politics" (2007), Professor James Oakes traces the intersecting careers of both men, pointing out their initial differences and how their goals and visions ultimately converged. Oakes is Graduate School Humanities Professor and Professor of History at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He has written extensively on the history of slavery in the Old South.
Serenity Schmidt Per. 4 Lincoln vs. Tubman Abraham Lincoln and Harriet tubman although they were brought up very differently they wanted the same things. Even though they differed in race Abraham Lincoln still believed that slavery was wrong and so did Harriet Tubman. There are many more differences there are many similarities as well.
Who are Frederick Douglass and Mark Twain? Frederick Douglass is an African American abolitionist, orator, writer, and a statesman. Mark Twain is an American author and a humorist. Frederick Douglass wrote a lot of autobiographies, for example he wrote the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, which explains his life as an American slave. Mark Twain wrote novels, which were mostly funny, because he is a humorist. However Frederick Douglass and Mark Twain have some similarities and differences in their writing.
vice president in 1865, Lincoln was murdered. After Abe Lincoln got shot, he was sworn in as president 3 hours after Abe died. Therefore he didn’t beat anyone in any general election. Andrew served as the 17th president and served less than 1term. He was president from 1867-1869.
Ulysses S. Grant By: Isabella Dion Ulysses S. Grant was an important man in the Civil War but his presidency is said to often be overlooked. Grant was said to fail at many things and be one of the worst president the U.S has had. He was a very important man in the Civil War and won the battle that ended the war. Early Life: Ulysses S. Grant was born April 27, 1822 in Point Pleasant, Ohio to Jesse and Hannah Grant.
This is how Martin Luther king Jr. would have reacted to Donald Trump discriminating African countries by saying rude comments. Martin Luther King Jr. had many big attainments to end racism. On the other hand Donald Trump said hateful and discriminating comments about poor African countries. Even though Donald Trump is the president of the United States people hated what he had to say about the countries. If Martin Luther King Jr. was still alive today i believe he would have been very mad at what the world has come to. King and Trump don't have much in common, but they do have one thing in common that is there both leaders. King has done so much for his people, he had done everything in his power to stop discrimination.
On October 4th, 1822 in Delaware, Ohio the nineteenth president of our United States of America was born. After winning one of the most controversial presidential elections in history, Rutherford B. Hayes was secretly sworn into office, becoming the first president to take his oath in the White House. While only serving only one term in office (1877-1881) Hayes made incredible strides in Civil-Rights laws, results of which wouldn’t be seen until the next presidency, also dealing with the time after the Civil War, otherwise known as the Reconstruction period, and rebuilding a new America. The fifth child in the marriage of Rutherford Hayes Jr., who ran a whisky distillery, and Sophia Birchard Hayes, his fathers namesake Rutherford
James Knox Polk was born November 2, 1795, in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Polk was most known for successfully defeating the Mexicans in the Mexican War. Polk was also the 11th president of the United States. When Polk was young, he lived in North Carolina with his father, Samuel Polk, and his mother, Jane Polk. James was the oldest of his nine siblings.