Eleanor Roosevelt was on october 11, 1884 in New York City. Daughter of Elliott Bulloch Roosevelt her father and Anna Rebecca Hall her mother. Also, preferred to be call by her second name Eleanor, was the oldest children. They were three children include her two brothers, Elliott Bulloch Jr. and Gracie Hall Roosevelt. In addition, she had a step-brother named Elliott Roosevelt Mann, born by a liaison between her father and an family employee Katy Mann.
Her older sister was called Helen and her little brother was called Jon. Her sister Helen died in 1962 at the age of only 28 of cancer. This incident was the background of her first book, “A Summer to Die”, which is about a young girl who tragically loses her older sister. Her brother Jon, who’s six years younger than Lois, grew up to be a doctor. When Lois was 2 years old, she and her family moved from Hawaii to Brooklyn in New York.
Calvin Coolidge He was born in 1872 on July 4 in a small village in Plymouth notch, Vermont. He died on January 5th 1933 from coronary thrombosis and that is a blood clot in the heart. Calvin Graduated from Black River Academy in 1895. Calvin took office in 1923-1929. He was the 30th president of the united states.
(Mandela) Mandela attended Clarkebury Boarding Institute as a young man; he was the first person in his family to attend school. (“Nelson”) Nelson studied for his Bachelor of Arts at the University College of Fort Hare. He did not finish his degree because he was expelled for being a part of a student protest. (Mandela) Nelson married three times over his life time; the first wife was named Evelyn Ntoko Mase, who Nelson married in 1944.
His birth father had raped his birthmother. After searching for him after years the search finally ended, but to a conclusion that he was a serial killer. Also the encrypted letter that revealed the killers initials were the same as his father's. He also, strangely looked like that man in the police
Ben Brown, WF. McCrotty and John Geary were found, but many bodies were unidentifiable. Johnny Boyle was found sitting in an old shallow well. The people killed by the Benders between 1871 and 1873 are unknown, and the money gathered from the victims is also unknown. Although people reported on how much money each person had been carrying and the total summed up to about 5,000 dollars.
In the beginning of the story Buddy describes his relationship between his cousin and himself. “ She calls me Buddy, in memory of a boy who was formerly he best friend. the other Buddy died ……when she was a child . She still is a child ( Capote, 1).
The Kings were a typical family until one night, Donald king abandoned the family with no justification, king was two years old (Baughhan 13). with no warning, Ruth King was left to care for the family alone (Baughan 13). They traveled around many different states in order for Miss King to provide for the family, in 1958 they settled down in Durham (Baughan 13). King attended fifth and sixth grade in a one-room school house (Baughan
One of the survivors was Helga Edelstein Stummer was born in Berlin, Germany. Right before WWII she escaped to freedom when her her parents figured out what was happening (Giddens). While in the many years her family lived in Germany her dad fought in WWI, so he did a lot to be a citizen there. When she was little her mother died of cancer, and on top of that her father lost his job just because he was a Jew (Giddens 12). Another Holocaust survivor is Sam Cukier, and he was born in Warsaw, Poland (Giddens 18).
Cameron Jibril Thomaz born September 8, 1987. Cameron goes by the stage name Wiz Khalifa. Khalifa is a rapper, songwriter, and actor. In his early years of life, he moved around from United Kingdom to Japan to Germany because his parents, Laurence and Peachie Thomaz, were in the military. When Khalifa was about three, his parents divorced and he went with his mom and they settled down in Pittsburgh.
Hans Hubermann’s political ideology does not fall within “oppression” nor "tyranny.” In “The Accordionist” chapter, Death says Hans was “. . . not well-educated or political, but if nothing else, he was a man who appreciated fairness . . . A Jew had once saved his life and he couldn’t join a party that antagonized people in such a way . . . Like many of the Jews believed, he didn’t think the hatred could last, and it was a conscious decision not to follow Hitler” (Zusak 137).