Emily Griffith's Legacy And Contributions

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Emily Griffith was a life changing teacher for all who wished to learn. Welcome to the life of Emily Griffith and her world. Emily changed the lives of many families and students and this story will tell How It All Started, Accomplishments While Being A Teacher, and Legacy & Contributions. Anybody who wished to learn would usually accept Emily’s life changing opportunity. Road To Greatness

Emily Griffith’s early years of childhood were very tough. Emily was born in Cincinnati, Ohio Feb 10, 1865 and another face came into the world. Emily Griffith grew up living very poor. Sadly, Emily had to leave school in the eighth grade because of this. Afterwards, her father tried to become a homesteader to grow land and crops and then eventually sell it, but
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Later, in 1933 Emily Griffith retired from the school. After Emily retired her and her sister Ethall moved to a small town called Pinecliff. Soon after, one of Emily’s greatest accomplishments was when she retired she had taught about 100,000 students. Emily Griffith once said “Have you ever been in love? Horrible isn't it? It makes you so vulnerable. It opens your chest and it opens up your heart and it means that someone can get inside you and mess you up.” Emily left a big legacy for all.
Emily would usually say “I can believe things that are true and things that aren’t true and I can believe things where nobody knows if there true or not.” and that one saying could have changed learning for all. Shortly after, on June 18, 1947, something tragic happened, Emily and her sister Ethall where found murdered along with a case that said, “this money will be used for memorial only.” Next, the police suspected that it was a mercy killing suicide. We still remember Emily Griffith to this day and hopefully it stays that way
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