Yes, I was there at the making of the flag. I was believed to be one of the first people on the goldfields. I was born on the 1818 at Castle, country Kilkenny, Ireland, I Anastasia Hayes (my maiden surname was Butler), was a handy sewer and a true rebel. I helped sew the Eureka flag. I did it with 2 other ladies by the names of Anastasia Whithers and Ann Duke.
Carmela Dante DeFrancesco known as Millie Donay was an outstanding Lindy Hopper, she met Cuban Pete at the Palladium Ballroom in 1952, he taught her the Mambo and the clave, to which she added Lindy moves. Cuban Pete and Millie excited the world with their daring original routines, making the Mambo to an international craze. Every Wednesday night, people came to the Palladium Ballroom to watch them dance the Mambo, Rumba, and the Guajira. Millie is most famous for her making of body rolls, especially one where she turned her back to the audience as she tapped her butt. Cuban Pete and Millie parted ways in 1956, but remained friends through the years. They have one daughter together. In 1957-1960, she paired with Marilyn Winters, creating the
Jane Addams made a very significant impact on America because of her hard work and will to change what she felt was wrong in america. Jane managed to change the lives of many impoverished people in america and also help solve many other issues in America like women's rights and corrupted politics.Jane was devoted to helping people and giving things to those who needed it most which was why she was able to help america in the way she did.Not only did Jane care for poor people herself but she changed many people's opinions about improving life for the poor which helped make more improvements throughout America.Because of Jane strong ambition to make a difference,she made a huge impact on life in America.
Mae Jemison was the first african american astronaut. She was the first african american women in space. She first went into space on the Endeavour. She was also the first african american women to be accepted into the space academy training program.
Everyone is different in many ways. Some people even change the worlds heart, and makes a change, and inspire people. One of them is named Harriet Tubman she help over a thousand slaves, and change the world forever by making them have freedom and live a happy life instead of being kept as slave and have to work in harsh environments that brutally beaten.
Did you know that Annie Cannon was able to classify around a thousand stars a day during the peak of her career? This paper will be focusing on the life, career, and legacy of Annie Jump Cannon. Annie Jump Cannon was hired by Edward Pickering, and she worked as “Pickering’s assistant at the Harvard College Observatory” (1). After that, she was credited with coming up with an easy system that divided the stars into seven spectral classes. The spectral classes were as follows: O, B, A, F, G, K, M. Annie Jump Cannon’s career ended after forty years, but her work paved the way for women in the scientific community and continues to inspire fellow female scientists. Cannon was able to work hard enough that people in the scientific community looked past the fact that she was partially deaf and a woman. Annie Cannon is an important woman in the history of science because she was able to overcome sexism and a disability while developing her own revolutionary and important version of stellar classification.
Cooking and decorating soothes the soul. For over 50 years Mary Jackson has been warming hearts with her mouthwatering cooking by turning ordinary foods into extraordinary dishes. Mary graduated from James Madison High School and was nominated for Most Beautiful Girl and served on the Journalism Club, English Club, Drama Club, Rifle Team, ROTC and studied Medical Technology at Texas Southern University.
Julia child- Cooking is like love it should be entered into without abandon. Julia Child was a french cuisine chef master. Her love for cooking didn 't start until she was 32 actually!
After read this article “No Healthy Race without Birth Control” by Margaret Sanger who really makes my mind stuck out with two points: first is her title “No Healthy Race without Birth Control” and another she used birth Control as a vehicle for women to gain their freedom.
In history, people most often associate important figures with men. However, what most do not realize is that women have had a major impact on the history of America. If it had not been for some of the women in history, America would not be the amazing nation it has grown to be. What is hidden behind the mysterious curtains of history is the amazing women who have shaped it. One of these amazing women went by the name of Anne Marbury Hutchinson.
Paul Mitchell will benefit me by allowing me to become one step closer to my dream. Since I was little I always loved to do hair, nails, makeup, and many more things to make you look and fell beautiful. Paul Mitchell will give me the opportunity to express myself through my hairstyles and just making someone else feel happy on the inside and the out. Going to this school will give me the courage that I never had it will be my door to more opportunities in the world. Paul Mitchell will benefit me by giving me the tools and concepts that I need to learn to succeed in the hair and beauty industry. It will teach me things that I didn’t know before and help me grow to be better than I was yesterday and the day before. I live each day to be better than I was yesterday and to learn from my mistakes and just try not to make the same one again.
Mary Eliza Mahoney was the first African American nurse in America, and an organizer among African American nurses. She was born on May 7, 1845 in Boston, and she was the oldest out of three children. When she was 18 years old, she made the decision to pursue a nursing career, working at the New England Hospital for Women and Children. In the year 1878, at 33 years old, she was accepted in the hospital’s nursing school, the first professional nursing program in the country (pbs.org). Of the 42 students who started that year, Mahoney was one of four other students who graduated the next year. Training required 12 months in the medical, surgical, and maternity wards in the hospital, lectures and instruction by doctors, as well as four months of work as a private duty nurse
Lael Mitchell is a influential woman based in Los Angeles. She has managed to own two successful business, Divine Lash Co & Lael Mitchell Essentials, while maintaining a stable life for her and her family. She is a true example of black excellence. You can follow Lael on Instagram @laeldivine.
Margaret Sanger was born on September 14, 1879 in Corning, New York. Her name was Margaret Higgins. Sanger is the sixth of 11 surviving children born into a Roman Catholic Irish American family. During this time period, women were expected to have as many children as possible. Her parents, Michael and Anne Higgins, lived in poverty. Her father was an Irish stonemason, but he would engage in politics. Margaret was greatly influenced by her father’s political view about women’s suffrage and tax reformation. These political views caused Sanger’s family to be viewed as radicals. In 1896, Sanger was able to attended Claverack College and Hudson River Institute with the assistance from her two older sisters. At the age of 50, Sanger’s mother
Gifted Maria Mitchell is one of the most prominent scientists in American history. Mitchell’s early life powerfully influenced her choice of profession. In 1847 she observed a new comet as it whizzed across the night-time sky, now known as “Miss Mitchel’s Comet”. This fantastic discovery rewarded her diligence with recognition in a plethora of sophisticated circles of astronomers. She continued on to become a professor of astronomy at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, where she faithfully educated her students until 1888, one year before she tragically died.