After years of preaching, Lucretia’s focus turned from being a Quaker minister to being an abolitionist activist. “In 1833, Mott, along with Mary Ann M’Clintock and nearly 30 other female abolitionists, organized the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society.” (NPS Lucretia Mott nps.gov). The Philadelphia Females Anti- Slavery Society quickly became a significant group composed of white and black women who were progressive thinkers. Outside of their meetings, in which everyone was treated equally, there would often be mobs protesting.
Then, one question we should ask ourselves is, what was the impact of Abigail Adams’ words? It’s not the revolution war promise equalities. Her sending these letters did not really change the way men views women in America during the revolutionary war. Her words did not even change her own husband John Adams’s views on the proper place of women in society. In June 30, 1778 Abigail Adams wrote another letter telling her husband how the education of women was neglected , once again this letter show that she was fighting not violently but with her words, she wanted woman to be equal and her way was to push her husband to make that happen.
Like Eliza, Grace also grew up in families where they had to fend for themselves. Grace was a confident woman who was well respected and known due to her father’s wealth and public service in town (170). Once she got married she became invisible to everyone and her husband got all the power in the family, leaving her with almost nothing. Her husband also fled to New York with their daughter during the Revolutionary war leaving Grace behind (175). Even though Grace went through harsh difficulties after her husband left her behind, she was still able to accomplish the goals she had set for
Retirement is the last thing on my grandma 's mind, as she loves her job, (she has many friends there, as well as the fact she says it’s relaxing) so she doesn’t want retirement, although she could take a year off because of how many days off she has saved up. She loves her quiet life in her small town of Homer, she is courteous to her neighbors, giving treats to them on the holidays, she does anything to just be nice. She sees her kids and grandkids as the light of her life, forgiving our mistakes and pushing us to always achieve what we want to do, she truly is an amazing person.
Williams argument is productive because the story she written about a baby Storm in, “December 2011” (545) article demonstrated the backlash from the community and she used a personal experience when her son attended a nursery school, but she lacks to provide all the necessary information about the background story of baby Storm. In the thesis, Williams, claims
(Harriet, web). She was buried with military honors, and flags all over New York were flown at half mast in her honor. The U.S. postal service issued a stamp which was in honor of the stamp she left on American History. Harriet Tubman impacted America as much as she could throughout her whole life. She led the way to freedom for many people, contributed her knowledge and skills to helping her races freedom, and she never stopped doing the little things that helped her community afterwards.
Among the revolutionary spies is Hannah Blair from North Carolina. Hannah had a farm where she hide Patriots and supplied soldiers with food and medical supplies as well as secret messages. However, her farm was burnt down by loyalist after they discovered what she was doing. However, the Congress compensated her after the war by issuing her a pension for the service she had delivered (Perica
Some effects of the Boston Tea Party are… No more taxes on tea. The colonists finial you got what they wanted and deserved, and that was no more taxes on tea. They started the tea party in the first place because they wanted to get back at the British for taxing them. They wanted their money back.
The outcome of that wasn’t expected though, but who would want their family to suffer throughout the rest of your life because of a problem like the one Abigail caused? You can’t blame Abigail only because Proctor was apart of it, he led himself into getting with her; it works both ways. Abigail had went overboard with the lying, and the acting throughout the witch trials, and she didn’t realize that until after the bird scene. When Abigail realized what she was doing, she didn’t face her problems, she ran away because she already knew what was going to happen to her, she was dumbfounded. John Proctor wasn’t a bad person, but he wasn’t good either, he just made bad choices.
, she worked in the transportation office. They see each other as often as possible and on holidays. Due to Judy being the eldest child she intervened and helped take care of her siblings. Judy stated that most of the time she had a happy childhood. Judy 's grandfather had a postitive influence on her life because he never got upset with her and had passions.
Being considerate of others is very important in throughout life. It is something that has existed in history since the beginning of time, and the article “Abigail Adams, Excerpts From Letters to John Adams about the Battle of Bunker Hill and Conditions in Boston” shows the way colonists were very considerate of each other. Abigail writes letters to her husband to let him know that she is okay so that he does not worry about her; she was being very considerate of him because during that time, war was taking place and she was letting him know that she was safe so that he would not worry about her well-being. She also shows herself very brave in her letters in order to make him feel that she is not going through as much difficult times as one
Her eagerness to learn and to read is what created a bond between John Adams and her. Abigail married John Adams in 1764, and they moved to a small farm in Boston. When John Adams was elected to be a member of the House of Representatives John Adams left his family and moved to Philadelphia. Although Abigail stayed back in Boston with her family she greatly influenced John Adams actions through her letters.
All the spies had to enlist in the British camp so they couldn 't enlist as American or British would find out about the spies. Communicate back then wasn’t the same as the 20th century. Now we have cell phones and telephones to call people. Back then they didn’t even have a good mail system to talk
Aubrey orr Ms. Roberts ELA __6th_ 15 March, 2017 Was Mary surratt guilty Mary Surratt was the mother of John Surratt who was a spy. Did Mary Surratt deserved to be hanged. Mary surratt should not have got hanged.she maybe should of got a long sentence in prison or something better than getting hanged because she didn 't know booth was going to kill abraham lincoln. All she did was deliver thing to booth because he told her to.