Eventually a man would lead rebellions against the missionaries, his name was Don Luis. As subjectgation failed in Florida, the Spanish attempted their hand at New Mexico. In 1598, in the land later known as New Mexico there would be an explorer named Onate who traveled the Rio Grande Valley and recorded one of the earliest thanksgiving celebrations with the natives. Around 1609 the city of Santa Fe was established, the oldest capital in North America. After years of Spanish subjection there would be a revolt in which the natives managed to force the Spaniards out for 12 years.
"Ponce de Leon" By: Josh Rice 10/27/14 Juan Ponce de Leon was born in a Spanish village called Santervás de Campos in the year 1460. Historians don 't know a lot about his past, but they can place his heritage back to a very wealthy and noble family. When Ponce was young, he served as a squire to Pedro Núñez de Guzmán, who used to be a noble knight commander of the Order of Calatrava. Pedro taught Ponce the important qualities of religion, fighting skills, and other manners used in daily life. He was like a father and a best friend to Ponce de Leon.
Case study: The Stanford Financial Fallout History: Allen Stanford was born in Mexia, Texas in 1950. His childhood became one of the significant boosts in life. When he was 13, his money worth of $400 was offered to a real estate developer for felled trees by selling it as firewood. He study at one of the oldest school in Texas called Baylor University. A massive great depression spread in Texas, which held Lodis to come up with an Insurance industry.
Benito Pablo Juárez García was a Mexican politician and lawyer of indigenous origin, also called "Benemérito de las Américas" and recognized as one of the presidents of Mexico; also by his famous phrase: "Among individuals, as among nations, respect for the rights of others is peace" He was born on March 21, 1806 in the town of San Pablo Guelatao, and was the son of Marcelino Juárez and Brígida García. He was orphaned when he was three years old and left in charge of his paternal grandparents. When his grandparents died he was placed in the custody of his uncle Bernardino Juárez. On December 17, 1818, Benito made the decision to travel to his hometown of Oaxaca, and with the help of his sister Josefa, who worked for the Maza family, he got a job taking care of the farm. Days later, he met a Franciscan priest of the third order named Antonio Salanueva and admitted him as an apprentice bookbinder.
Leading some of the greatest military feats in history, Bolivar deserves to be known. Because of his prestigious upbringing and education in the early years of his life, his valiant efforts in leading the revolutionaries to independence, and his political career of becoming one of the most powerful men in history, Simon Bolivar is one of the greatest men in world history. Bolivar was born to a wealthy Creole family in Caracas, Venezuela, on July 24, 1783. He was orphaned at an early age with the death of his father at age three and mother six years later. Bolivar was exposed to teachings of the Enlightenment from his mentor Simon Rodriguez.
We watched the movie Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee which was released in May of 2007 and was directed by Yves Simoneau and produced by Tom Thayer and Dick Wolf. The setting of the movie is the out west like in South Dakota. The Indians believed that the Black Hills and the Bad Lands were the holy land that was given to them by their great spirit. These Indians who have lived here for many generations are getting kicked out of their land because the U.S. government wants the gold that is in the mines. The U.S. government is trying to get all the Indian leaders to come live on the reservation with the other Indian tribes that have agreed to this arrangement.
Both of Ernesto’s parents were born in America when their families fled during the Argentine dictatorship “Gold Rush” and after having returned from exile settled and got married down in Buenos Aires. Ernesto Sr. was an Atheist and had a secular upbringing and was greatly influenced by his upbringing as a child and the adventurous spirit he possessed, while his father sought to prepare him for a working life. “The only aristocracy I believe in is the aristocracy of talent.” – Ernesto Guevara Lynch 2.2 Business background: Ernesto then went to study for Architecture in collage but
Richard M. Nixon, by Betsy Ochester, tells the start of one of the most remarkable people ever born. Richard Milhous Nixon was born on the day of January 9, 1913 in the city of Yorba Linda, California. As a child, he faced many hardships, including the death of two of his brothers, but little did he know great things were soon to come. As Nixon matured and grew older, he studied law and dreamt of soon working for a body of government. His hard work and dedication eventually paid off and he became one of the most astonishing presidents America has had.
Carnegie started work as a telegrapher and by the 1860s had investments in railroads, railroad sleeping cars, bridges and oil derricks. He accumulated further wealth as a bond salesman raising money for American enterprise in Europe. He built Pittsburgh 's Carnegie Steel Company, which he sold to J.P. Morgan in 1901 for $480 million, creating the U.S. Steel Corporation. Carnegie devoted the remainder of his life to large-scale philanthropy, with special emphasis on local libraries, world peace, education and scientific research. With the fortune he made from business, he built Carnegie Hall and he founded the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Carnegie Institution for Science, Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland, Carnegie Hero Fund, Carnegie Mellon University and the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, among others
Pollution has been around for years but the real question is when did it really start? This global issue first began in the sixteenth century when South American was taken over by the Spanish. The land the Spanish conquered included mines the Incas had made before. So once the Spanish got a hold of their mines they began to pump lead clouds among the Andes. The Spanish were then sent home wealthy and known as the “world’s first industrial-scale toxic metal air polluters”, according to the article, Air Pollution Has Been a Problem Since the Days of Ancient Rome .