Dad stayed in the hospital for over a week by the time he came home, he had put over 70 Ivs in his arms. Dad was nervous to go to his appointment the next week because he didn’t want to stay there again. It was harsh that year he sleepwalked out in the cold to go to town but couldn’t find the keys. Mom told everyone to get up and help find dad, so I looked outside and when I looked in the car there he was sleeping in the driver seat. With the doctor bills and all of the other stuff we are kind of broke.
Andrew 's father died a few days after Andrew 's birth and his mother died shortly after he returned from the revolutionary war, left to confront the world on his own. It took until he was 17 for him to improve his self-discipline and he began to study law. During the year he turned 29 he was elected for both Tennessee 's first representative in the U.S. house of representatives and elected for the U.S. Senate. He was considered a hero to
Dwight enrolled as a soldier even though his parents were against war. Dwight graduated from West Point in 1915.After college he became Second Lieutenant of Fort Sam Houston. Soon after he graduated from college he married Mamie Doud. In that same year he was promoted to First Lieutenant of Fort Sam Houston. he had a son named Doud Eisenhower who died of Scarlet Fever at the age of 3.
At 20 years old with no combat training appointed the Major General of the United States Continental Army. His first combat role under Major General was during September of 1777 at the Battle of Brandywine, during this he was shot in the leg while helping organize a retreat of soldiers. General Washington requested doctors to make sure Lafayette was in his best condition, this ignited a bond a strong bond between the two of them that lasted till Washington 's death (2015, December 21, Marquis de Lafayette.). Following a two month healing period, he was given control of his own
Franklin’s learned and eager reputation soon started to gradually spread in this new city. Franklin proved himself to be a more devoted worker than his colleagues, a devotion which fed into his reputable reputation. Character, curiosity and passion were only some of the attributes that allowed Franklin to climb the socioeconomic
His father, Alphonso Taft, knew his son did not apply himself in school as well as he could have, and procrastinated. Alphonso disapproved of any activity not related directly to classwork, and forced his son to do well in school to receive his support and love. He used a “tough-love” approach, and it (somewhat) worked. Taft was able to become the Salutatorian of his graduating class at Yale, but throughout his life, he continued to procrastinate. He was considered the most popular person in his graduating class, and the elected president of Delta Kappa and later his class orator.
The newly established land of America was attempting to break away from the mother country, England, to become the independent land that we know as the United States. The letter by Abigail Adam was written to her beloved son whom was traveling abroad with his father. Throughout the letter, Adams uses inspiring diction, allusions to historical figures, and well timed metaphors to encourage her son to be resilient and not shy away from any challenges that may face him. In the letter, Adams compares her son to other great leaders using allusions and metaphors. She asks her son rhetorically if Cicero would have been such a great leader had he not been "roused, kindled and inflamed."
After college Hamilton enlisted in the U.S. military and fought in the Revolutionary War against Britain. He played a huge roll in the war when he was appointed captain of his platoon, and soon after became the senior aide to General Washington. After the war hamilton was elected to the Congress of the Confederation. He soon resigned and began to practice law. Hamilton soon became the leading cabinet member in the new government lead by George Washington.
Winning by a large margin, James Madison assumed the role of President on May 2nd, 1801, and served two terms with his first lady Dolley Madison until March 3rd, 1809. During his presidency, James Madison is best known for the War of 1812. The primary cause leading to the War of 1812, was the rising tension between America and Britain. America wanted to be a completely independent country whereas Britain wanted to rely on the revenue from America. This created much strife between the two nations.
Did you know that Ulysses S. Grants real birth name was Hiram Ulysses Grant. His name was changed when he was enrolled in the West Point Academy. Grant was too shy to speak out and went by Ulysses S. Grant and was known famously by the name Ulysses S. Grant. Ulysses S. Grant was an important leader and he left a legacy because he proved that he can make it, he also led the Union in the American Civil War becoming a hero. He also became the 18th President of the United States.