Gustave Eiffel was born December 15th, 1832 in Dijon, France. He graduated from the École Polytechnique and later the École Centrale des Arts et Manufactures, as a civil engineer and created a number of bridges for the French Railway Network. However, his name became known after becoming the main man in creating,designing, and constructing the Eiffel Tower. Eiffel was the first born child of Alexandre Eiffel and Catherine-Melanie.
Ellen Johnson’s mother was a teacher, her father an attorney, and the first indigenous Liberian to serve in the country’s legislature, a body long dominated by the descendants of the American settlers. Her parents placed a high value on education, and young Ellen received her secondary education at the respected College of West Africa in Monrovia, the nation’s capital. University seemed a logical next step, but at 17, Ellen married James Sirleaf, a young agronomist with a degree from the University of Wisconsin. With four sons born in rapid succession, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf settled into the role of homemaker, while many of her school friends embarked on professional careers. After one year, Ellen and her husband travelled to US and they left their four sons in the care of the grandparents.
In 1922 he married his beautiful wife Ruth Southall. Mr. Tolson earned his Bachelor’s degree in 1924 at Lincoln University, where he was initiated into Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated; also known as the Beta Chapter. Starting from 1924 until 1947 he taught English and Speech at Wiley College in Marshall, Texas. At this school, he was the football coach, play
He had some “help” from a few other scientists, chemists, and geologists. Although he was the first person to publish the first version of the periodic table there was someone who almost beat him to it. His name is Julius Lothar Meyer. Meyer was the first person to recognize the periodic trends in the properties of the elements. He made many periodic tables from 1864- 1870, but his first table only contained twenty-eight elements which were all organized by how many other atoms they can combine with.
Otto was born in Frankfurt Germany on March 8, 1879 and he died on July 28, 1968. Otto had three siblings; Karl, Heiner, and Julius. Otto’s father and mother were Glasbau Hahn and Charlotte Hahn. Hahn had a fascination with chemistry from a young age. He knew that he wanted to be an industrial chemist despite his father’s wish for him to be an architect.
Lewis Walker was from Wellsville, Ohio before going to Allegheny when he was 19 for a law degree. At Allegheny, He was a member of Delta Tau Delta. He went to the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago for inventors, and invested in the zipper concept. Bringing the zipper with him, Walker’s company also brought economy and education to Meadville. The best things about George’s speech was ow confident he was.
According to Dow and Noce, Walt began his artistic career drawing pictures for the school newspaper when his family returned to Chicago in 1917. Eventually, Walt formed Iwerks-Disney Commercial Artists, which failed shortly after its creation. Walt then created Laugh-O-Gram Films, which went bankrupt a year later. That same year, Walt and Roy Disney created the Disney Brothers Studio, later renamed Walt Disney Studios, where they produced a series of animated shorts and introduced
(Spark 2008:147) Philip Johnson (1906-2005) built The Glass House and its counterpart, the Guest House, in a piece of land of his property in New Cannan (Connecticut), as his own residence. It was finished in 1949. The house was the result of his final dissertation project for his architecture studies and it is considered as a high Modernist masterpiece (Melchionne 2998:191). Nevertheless, the house was only intended to be a primary residence but a weekend refuge to escape the New York stressed and overwhelming way of life. The Glass House was used as a place for the gathering of architects and other artists, in order to discuss Modernist architecture (Huppatz 2011).
Washington Becomes U.S. Capitol- In November of 1800, president John Adams became the first of the United States Presidents to live in the White House, previously on June 11, 1800 the Federal Government decided to move the nations capitol from Philadelphia Pennsylvania, to the city of Washington in the District of Colombia (Milli Canter). When Adams first moved into the White House it was still under construction by the French engineer Pierre Charles L’Enfant chosen by George Washington. Overall the location of the capitol was a compromise between the northern states who wanted to pay off the national debt, and the southern states who wanted the Capitol's location to support agriculture and the slave trade (Washington). This decision had a significant impact on the culture and social structure of the United States.
Mr. Blackshaw had discovered Blackstone Lake and liked it. Just before the WWII he purchased a small peninsula from the Armstrong farm with a good view of the lake. There also was the road passing just 300 m to the north if he could get road allowance permission — and that would grow into an enduring issue to many of the ensuing owners. At the time of purchase Orville was a retail salesman on his way to being an assistant manager in Toronto.
Trent University, and the surrounding area of Peterborough, Ontario, is home to a very diverse cultural heritage. Located 25 km outside of Peterborough is the Village of Omemee, home to 1100. This is my hometown and homeland. Omemee is settled on a intersection where the Pigeon River meets the Trans-Canada Highway, originally making expansion and transportation, easy via road or waterway. The communities first name was decided from our towns decommissioned paper mill owner, William Cottingham and inherently named the village Williamstown.
Diesel service technicians held about 270,000 jobs in 2009. They were employed by almost every industry; in particular, those that use trucks, buses, and heavy equipment to deliver, haul, and transport goods, materials, or people. The diesel truck transportation industry is the largest employer for diesel technicians and mechanics. They employ nearly one out of every six diesel service technicians and mechanics. Slightly fewer were employed by local governments, mainly to repair their fleets of trucks, buses, and road equipment.
Earl Lambeau was born in Green Bay, WI on April 9, 1898 and died June 1, 1965 in Sturgeon Bay, WI. On August 11, 1919 Lambeau started the Green Bay Packers with the donation from the Indian Packing Company, which founded $500 for the team uniforms. He also was a player and the head coach from 1919-1949. After he was done coaching the Packers, he went and coached the Chicago Cardinals from 1950-1951 and the Washington Redskins from 1952-1953. In 1963 he was put in the Hall of Fame and the name of the stadium changed from "New" City Stadium to Lambeau Field in his remembrance of his time and effort; with saying this his career record was 229-134-22.