although not much is known about the time when Sacagawea was young, it is believed that she was born around 1788 in Lehmi River Valley, Idaho of her Shoshone village. Her exact death year is unknown. Some say she lived until 1884, dying in a southern indian tribe, after leaving her abusive husband. Other people say she died in 1812, shortly after giving birth to her daughter. Sacagawea was captured during war between her Northern Shoshone Tribe and the Hidatsas from the Metaharta, North Dakota, Knife River Village between the ages of 12 and 14.
We crossed from Idaho over Lolo Pass into Montana Territory, traveling southeast, dipping into Yellowstone National Park and then back north into Montana, roughly 1,170 miles (1,880 km) we traveled by this time my feet were in great pain, but luckily my mother brought my moccasins I sat down and rub the dirt from my feet and slipped the moccasins on. My mother helped me up and my feet slowly stopped throbbing with pain. We walked till night. When we finally stop for a rest we were all knocked out within the first 10 min except me, I couldn't stop thinking, well this war ever end, I felt a tear fall down my face thinking of all my friends and family the white people killed that night I cried myself to sleep as I slept bad thoughts filled my
Throughout the expedition, Lewis and Clark had ran into Native Americans who lived on the land. Lewis and Clark were respectful towards the Native Americans. The explorers had gifted the Indian tribes to befriend them, treated the Native Americans’ health, and trusted the
What are some ways that the real Pocahontas differed from the Disney representation? In the article The Pocahontas Paradox, Cornel Pewewardy writes that the real Pocahontas was lured onto a British ship, dressed in English clothes, and held captive for over a year. She was baptized as a Christian before marrying John Rolfe, getting pregnant with his baby, and travelling back to England where she died shortly thereafter. Pewewardy includes testimony from the Mattoponi people about the true character of Pocahontas.
In the novel “Return To Hawk's Hill” the author Allan W. Eckert tells a story of a 6 year old boy named Ben. This wasn’t an ordinary boy though as thought by his native american friends. The story starts in the vast wilderness of Canada along the Hudson Bay on some of the layering hills . Ben lived with his parents William and Esther who had another son named John and two daughters named Coral and Beth. They lived on Hawks hill which was the tallest of the hills on their farm that looked over the bay.
In this time Ethel only took two vacations due to different illnesses . Merman and Berlin later met for Call Me Madam , where she won the Tony award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical . She also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy . Ethel returned to Colorado dreadfully to be a housewife to her third husband
“The legend says he built a baby box in which he kept his daughter Deborah for two full years in order to train her.” In other word he used his daughter to achieve an experiment. Once she was thirty-one years old she sued her dad for abuse in a genuine court of law. She didn’t win the case. One question is that why would have he used his daughter for an experiment.
He takes a risk that could either pay off mightily or possibly send him to his death. The Man is lead to a yukon territory that is extremely cold. He is isolated from all people and only has a dog making the journey with him. It is clear that the temperature becomes the man's enemy, “Fifty degrees below zero meant 80 degrees of frost. Such facts told him that it was cold and uncomfortable, and that was all.
Martin Luther King Jr and Frederick Douglass are strong spokesmen that pointed out the differences between the blacks and whites. This paper will over their history’s, the video of Martin Luther King Jr's speech, similarities of the speeches and the differences In the speech, how they relate to logos, ethos, and pathos. History Frederick Douglass Frederick Douglass was born into slavery on 1818 in Talbot County, Maryland and choose to celebrate his birthday on February 14.
Evelyn had a very interesting early life, in this section you will learn about her curious upbringing. Evelyn is the only child of Alexandra and Donald McLean, she was born in Beamsville, Ontario on the 13th of October in 1920. A year after her birth her family moved to Hamilton, Ontario where she later attended a private Catholic school for girls. Throughout Evelyn 's life her parents never saw eye-to-eye. Alexandra had a wicked temper, and Donald was an abusive alcoholic who constantly stole money from the Hamilton Street Railway revenues.
Peter Skene Ogden was a good man. He was born 1794 in Quebec Canada and died September 27 154 in Oregon City . Here is a list of his accomplishments. He left his home in Canada to be a fur trader as a teenager. , he was a great trapper, he lead the snake river country expeditions, he traced the Utah territory, was with the Hudson bay community until death, and was the first to travel the west intermountain range from north to south, had two lovely native American wives
After the Lakota war they had problems at their home land with the U.S looking for the gold. So they agreed to move to pine hill reservation at South Dakota in 1878. During those years he married a girl named pretty owl. They were married for about 67 years. He had five children their names were Louise red cloud he was born on 1850.
In the early 1800’s President Thomas Jefferson requested money from Congress to explore the trans-Mississippi west, however this expedition was intended to explore land which would become part of the United States through the Louisiana purchase. This plan for exploration included Jefferson’s secretary, Meriwether Lewis. Lewis selected William Clark to be his co-captain throughout the trip. Jefferson’s main goals were to have the new lands’ fit his commercial and military needs. He hoped that a northwest passage would be found to make an easier access to the Pacific Ocean.
In the year 1807, Thomas Jefferson sent Meriwether Lewis and William Clark on an expedition with a group of men. Specifically, the goal was to discover new waterways and routes near the Pacific ocean and to uncover new finds in the West. Along the way, the group of men was later joined by a woman named Sacagawea and her family. In general, the group ended up finding new Indian tribes, the Rockies, and over 300 new types of species. In the “ The Lewis and Clark Journey Begins”, from National Geographic, the article summarizes the dangerous and rough expedition Lewis and Clark took with a group of men in order to find new discoveries.