Through his life he created several works during the civil war. He was most remembered for his work of Abraham Lincoln.. Analysis Part 2: In history the Union had won the war and now it was time for the President and Vice President to "stitch" back the divided states into one big uniform union. The two men being depicted in the picture can be interpreted by the viewer as two different ways of in repairing the Union.
When you here the name George Rogers Clark you probably wouldn’t know who it is right off the top of your head. Well he is remembered as the heroic Revolutionary War commander and that he also led a force of frontiersman through the numbing waters of the Illinois countryside so he could capture a British-held named Fort Sackville during February of 1779 (National Park Service). The capture of Fort Sackville was by far his most dramatic accomplishment. He continued exertions throughout the war (National Park Service). During the war he put a lot of effort into building forts along the Mississippi and Ohio rivers.
During Andy’s early life, he was diagnose Sydenham’s chorea which causes involuntary movements of the extremities. When he graduated from high school his dream was to go the University of Pittsburgh and become a art teacher, but instead he enrolled to Carnegie Institution of Technology and learned commercial art. When he graduated from college with his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, he decided to move to New York to pursue a career as a commercial artist. He landed a job with Glamour magazine in September, and went on to become one of the most successful commercial artist of the 1950’s.
In 1818, he traveled for a while in search of portrait commissions until he began living in the nation’s capital, where he opened his own studio and gallery. Many important political figures, including John Quincy Adams, James Monroe, and John Calhoun hired him to paint their portraits. Later on, he was commissioned by the government to paint portraits of significant Indian delegates. He painted over one hundred portraits, representing at least twenty different tribes. The portraits were exhibited in the Smithsonian until being destroyed in the fire in 1865, which caused him to become relatively
Roger Fenton was a British photographer, and one of the earliest war photographers. Fenton studied law and painting in London and Paris, respectively, before becoming a photographer. Fenton was a photographer during the photography golden age, which was in the 1850’s, but his photography prime stretched out further into the early 60’s. He was one of the people who showed that photography can be a very skillful medium, where people have to play with the lighting and the composition in order to get the right photo, and exactly what they were looking for. He became widely known after taking photographs of the Crimean War.
Like many people Alexis De Tocqueville set out to do something while accomplishing something else. Tocqueville was born in France in 1805 to an aristocratic family with connections to both the church and the monarchy. He then grew to have a successful academic career. Tocqueville then was sent to America in 1831 by the French government to study the American penal system. While doing his work in America with his colleague Gustavo de Beaumont studying the American prison system by a 9-month journey through eastern America Tocqueville became very interested in American society and the political system as a whole.
The midnight ride is one of the most iconic moments in history. Paul Revere is most known for his contribution to the American Revolution. He helped the Revolution and may have saved Lexington and Concord. On April 15, 1775, Revere was sent to warn military leaders and the rest of the population that the British army was marching on the towns of Lexington and Concord to take ammunition.
The Battle of Antietam is viewed as the bloodiest day ever, with more than 23,000 warriors injured, killed, or missing. The Battle of Antietam occurred close Antietam Creek in Sharpsburg, Maryland. The fight was battled on September 17 1862. A large portion of the war had been battled in Virginia, as of right now.
The Battle of Gettysburg was a three day fight in which an estimate of 51,000 soldiers were killed in total, but besides all of the casualties, what else makes this battle special? The Battle of Gettysburg was a huge factor in the abolishment of slavery. It is one of the most important battles because it created new war strategies and was the turning point in the Civil War, which led to the Gettysburg Address. The Confederate general, Robert E. Lee, was very confident because of his army utmost victory.
The American Revolution was a terrible conflict that cost the lives of thousands of patriots and tyrants across the 13 colonies. This event had a huge impact on American society and around the world to this day. Three significant cause of the American Revolution was caused by the Stamp Act, Boston Massacre, and the tea act. The first main cause of the American Revolution was the Stamp Act.
History 202 Midterm Exam Paper Throughout the semester we have studied several extremely influential time periods in American history. We have studied the post-Civil War tension between the Republican North and the Democratic South. We traveled through the rise of the railroad and the 2nd industrial revolution in America. We witnessed the taming of the West and watched American ideals spread to the wild lands and people’s there.
Photography in the Great Depression: Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans Aarushi Satish During the times of the Great Depression, the techniques and materials used to capture a photo were not nearly as advanced as today. However, photography was still looked at as a form of art, just as it is today, and it even succeeded through the tough times of the 1930s. Photographers such as Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans, were hired by the Farm Security Administration, a government agency, to document farmers and their living conditions during the Great Depression. These photographs helped raise a feeling of sympathy and encouraged other people to help when and where they could but sometimes over exaggerated the amount
Within Greg Sarris essay, he had to endure many things; the loss of his parents, binging in and out of home, unware and unable to find his true self. However, always feeling that he was, what he said he was, Indian. He faced quite a few stereotypes growing up, one of them is when he and a group of friends where mistakenly placed in the category of being Mexican (Sarris Pacifically a “White Beaner“) , because of their “dark hair and skin” – ( pg.106) when in fact the group he was with were Pomo-Indians.
While everyone has a right to their own happiness, the truth of the matter is that it is not always easy to reach. While a person can struggle their entire life searching for happiness, some may never find what they’re looking for or may never be satisfied with what they have in front of them. The character Ethan, in Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton is a story of full of unlucky love and fate. Ethan stumbles upon a gravestone with his name on it, except this man had a wife, Endurance. This leaves Ethan wondering what his own gravestone with his wife, Zeena, will one day say.
Resources Pat Solitano has a good support system in his life. His mother is very supportive and wants to help Pat do well in his current state. She helps with getting him his medication every day and ensures that he gets to counseling when he is supposed to. His father is supportive of him, but has a harder time being patient with Pat.