She realized she had been labeled as an abolitionist, and her life was in danger, but she was determined to help her people. She overlooked her safety to help someone in need. “Harriet established the Harriet Tubman Home for the Aged on a property adjacent to her own. After undergoing brain surgery to try to alleviate the symptoms from the head injury that had plagued her since childhood, and being essentially penniless, Harriet was forced to move into the home herself in 1911. She died there on March 10, 1913, supported by family and friends”.
 Clara, at first, was only allowed to drive wagons with valuable supplies and medicines for soldiers in need of them.  While she was caring for a wounded soldier, a lieutenant worriedly came up to Clara and told her to leave because it was no place for a lady, but Clara refused and kept on tending to the wounded.  Caring for the injured soldiers, Clara, who was growing weak, traveled with the army for the remainder of the war in 1863.  While she was resting in Europe, Clara found herself in the midst of the Franco-German Conflict.  Willingly, Clara Barton helped distribute supplies like a peacemaker between France and Germany.
Barton had an anti-slavery opinion and women who had opinions back then were already scorned, so Clara was soon let go from her job for being too controversial. Clara then went back to her home located in New England to continue her views that had gotten her fired in Washington D.C. When 1861 rolled around, she moved back to Washington D.C. The American Civil War has just broken out and Barton was one of the first volunteers lined up at the infirmary to help the wounded soldiers.
Due to tuberculosis, Lucy’s mother, Clara passed away when Lucy was 21 months old. Her father, instead of raising her himself, he gave the custody to Lucy’s maternal family. Growing up, Lucy was lonely because she did not have many friends to talk to, instead she built a imaginary world, building up her creativity. She attended Prince of Wales College and Dalhousie University, and achieved the teacher’s license. Professional Life Lucy during her university years, she was studying away from her hometown.
It went viral and many military wives around the world started to do the same. It provided a feeling of satisfaction and joy for those who felt the same but could not put a label to what they were feeling. It shared the reality behind the men that come back from being deployed and going to war. On the other hand, ethos is another rhetorical tool the magazine used in this cover. Ethos is the credibility used to persuade the reader, which they used experiences from wives that tell their stories and how to help newly spouses deal with the situations.
She struggles to explain the aspects of the childhood of her daughter, Emily, in which she influenced her personality. The narrator was alone with a child during Great Depression times; she had to work to earn their living and often left her baby with a neighbor. However, during Emily’s childhood, the narrator tried to make best out of situations. The narrator understands that there was a lack of attention to her oldest child. As an example, she remembers the story of when her second daughter was born, and Emily got the measles and was not able to share that moment with her family for two whole weeks.
The book reflected Dix’s belief that women should be educated to the same level as men. In 1831, Dix opened up a secondary school on the grounds of her mother’s estate but by 1836, her commitment to teaching and overloaded work took its toll after Dorothea became extremely ill in which she was forced to close down the school once again. It is now known that Dorothea suffered from
They have to deal with losing their loved ones, using their bodies as a form of economic support, and being abused by men at war. Regular civilians had to deal with the loss of family members or friends that went to war. Lan had experienced a lot of loss due to the war. Lan told Kien, “‘What a cruel time… and so very long. The war swept away so many people’” (52).
Bereavement. Elderlies also shared that they have grieved over the death of their loved ones. This experience is one of the most stressful life situations of elderlies which may predispose them to mental health problems. Bereaved elderlies can be assisted to deal with their situation using the following: Be present and listen with compassion to support in the grieving process. One of the most difficult experiences in life is the death of a loved one as it brings painful emotions such as anger, sadness and guilt and can make the bereaved feel isolated.
Jane Addams was a fifth generation American, her mother’s roots ran back to a German immigrant who arrived in Philadelphia in 1727. John Huy Addams, her father at the age of 22, moved with his wife to Northern Illinois. Jane Addams birth in Cedarville September 6, 1860 came at one of the tensest periods of American history. Jane’s childhood was filled with men risking their lives in the duty of what they believed to be right. After an mundane education in the village school in Cedarville, Jane Addams aged seventeen thought about college.
Jane Addams How would you imagine your hero? A hero to me would be someone who puts other’s needs before their own. For example, someone who gives a homeless person their jacket when it’s 25 degrees outside is a hero. Another example would be someone who has courage, meaning that they are brave enough to do what others won't, like Rosa Parks; she stood up for everyone who was treated unfairly even though she knew the possible consequences of her actions. My hero would also be someone who is caring and helpful in little ways like helping an older person carry their bags to their car or walking your neighbor's dog when they are too busy to do so.
Jane Addams was born September 6, 1860 in Cedarville, Illinois. She was the daughter of John and Mary Addams. John was a successful business owner, and a respectful businessman within the community. Jane was two years old, when her mother, Mary died giving birth to her ninth child. As a child, Jane dreamed of becoming a medical doctor, but she became depressed after the sudden death of her father and that’s when she decided to change her career path.
Jane Goodall is a primatologist, ethologist, and anthropologist. A primatologist is a scientist who studies primates. An ethologist studies animal behavior. An anthropologist studies humans. She made large contributions to science by studying chimpanzees.
Jane Jackson is a thirty year old caucasian female who has lived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin her whole life. Growing up most of her family had different variations of drug and alcohol abuse, including her father. Lucky for Jane, this alcoholism did not make her father abusive towards her or anyone in her family. He was very high functioning and was still around, if a little intoxicated, for all of the important moments in her life. The drinking never truly bothered her until people had told her that it was supposed to when she got into high school.