Ralph Waldo Emerson’s childhood and early years in ministry led to his involvement in the Antebellum Reform. Born in May of 1803, he was the son of a well-known Boston minister, William Emerson, and his wife Ruth. However, when Emerson was almost nine, his father died. Emerson grew up in Boston, Massachusetts and received his education from the Boston Public Latin School. He was accepted into the Harvard Divinity School at the age of fourteen.
After the war ended in 1865, McKinley decided on a career in the law and began studying in the office of an attorney in Poland, Ohio. He later got married to Ida Saxton on January 25, 1871. Then they had their first daughter. She, Katherine, was born, on
His mother, Victoria, died when was was twelve and his sister Abigail died several years later. Calvin graduated with honors in 1895, with his astonishing grades in his last two years. went to Amherst College in Massachusetts and then at a law firm in Northampton. He was a member of the Republican Club as well as the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. He opened his very own law office in 1898.
Franklin D Roosevelt was an American Statesmen and Political leader who served as 32 president of the United States. He attended Graton a high class preparatory school in Massachusetts from 1896-1900 where he received a BA in History from Harvard in only three years. He left school and within some years he entered the politics and was elected to the New York senate .He was reelected to the Senate State in 1912. As state senate he supported Woodrow Wilson 's candidacy at the Democratic National Convention. Wilson appreciated his support and made him assistant secretary of the Navy in 1913 until 1920.
There he worked on treaties and loans with the European countries for the Colonies. “After five years of being in the colonies, finally Abigail and her daughter join John in Europe”(). While the couple traveled around Europe, John focused on work and Abigail took classes to further educate herself. Abigail meets Jefferson in their travels and become close friends and also exchanged about 40 letters. “Later, John was appointed the minister to England until 1788.
John Adams was born on October 30, 1735, in Braintree, Massachusetts. His mother, Susanna Boylston Adams, was a successor of the Boylstons of Brookline, a protruding family in colonial Massachusetts. His father John Adams Sr. was a town councilman, a Congregationalist, and a farmer. When he was 16 he received a studentship to Harvard university, he advanced in 1775 at the age of 20. He was awarded his master’s degree in 1758, he studied law in the office.
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. was born in Boston on March 8, 1841. He would live until two days shy of his 94th birthday. His dad, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., was a doctor, a teacher of drug at Harvard, and a writer of books, verse, and diverting expositions. In this manner, Holmes experienced childhood in an artistic, and prosperous, family. Holmes went to tuition based schools in Boston and afterward, similar to his dad, Harvard.
His brother was a sensible philosopher and his father was a social logician. James education started in a school located in Rhode Island. Later, he was very fortunate enough to attend Harvard Law School, but would only stay for a year before moving to Boston to officially stay and live with his family. In 1864, Henry James released his first news along with initial examinations. Then in 1870 he publicized his first book.
There was history teacher of East St. Louis high school, named Irl Solomon. He was approached by author Jonathan Kozol, due to column from a journalist. Irl Solomon was a redheaded 54 year old man who graduated Brandeis University, once he entered law school he was suddenly torn away by his concern on civil rights. After one semester in law school he dropped out and decided to go to one of the toughest schools to teach, he still remains there. Through entries in Jonathan Kozol’s book Savage Inequalities: Children in America 's Schools he conducts several interviews with Solomon’s class and finds that theses students are aware of the lack of education provided at their school and this has even driven students to not even consider a possible educational
‘Theodore Roosevelt said “ Speak softly but carry a big stick” (1858-1919). He was born on October 27,1858 before he became the Vice President he lived in New York City.He is remembered for his foreign policy, corporate reforms and ecological preservation. He died in New York City on January 6 , 1919. In the year of 1904 he won a second term.When he was young he didn’t stay at law school very long. Afterwhile , he decided to return to political life in 1886 , that was the second time he married his wife he had known about since his childhood age.