Medgar Evers Was Born On July 2, 1925 . Medgar Grow Up In Mississippi With A Farming Family. Mr. Medgar Was Pull InTo The Army In !943 To Fight Both France & Germany For World War 2.Mr. Medgar NAACP First Field Secretary & Civil Rights Leader.Mr. Medgar Returned Home After The War To Work As Agent For Insurance Medgar Evers Started Going To Meeting About Civils Rights Organization .
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
BACKGROUND In 1943, Dr. Elijah Anderson was born in the Mississippi Delta in the middle of World War II. In his family of five, Dr. Anderson was the middle child. His grandmother resided with them, serving as the midwife. During this time, his parents were southern sharecroppers that picked and chopped cotton for a living. However, his father, Leighton, also drove a truck in the Army Infantry during World War II.
Barbers Hill Middle School North The Life Of The Father Of Education Sarah Franklin Mrs. McDonald 7th grade Sarah Franklin Barbers Hill Middle School North Mrs. McDonald 7th grade The Life Of The Father Of Education Have you ever wanted to know who the Father Of Education Texas was? Well this essay will tell you about him and his life. Mirabeau B. Lamar was born on August 16, 1798 in Louisville, Georgia, son of John and Rebecca Lamar. He grew up on the family plantation known as Fairfield in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. As a young man Lamar moved to Cahawba, Alabama, where he became a partner in a general store and the town newspaper called the Cahawba.
Ella Baker offered her support and counsel to this organization of student activists (´A&E Networks Television´).In September 1964, the came to a Freedom Summer it’s a multi-racial group of thousands of student volunteers to Mississippi to assist with local voter registratration efforts (SNCC). The SCLC help set up first meeting of what became SNCC by director of the Southern Christian Leadership
Joel Hurt was a businessman and developer in Atlanta. He was born on July 31, 1850, in Hurtsboro, Alabama, to Lucy Apperson Long and Joel Hurt. He attended the university of Georgia after being in Auburn Methodist College in Auburn, Alabama for a year. He later married Annie Bright Woodruff, and they had six children. Joel Hurt was an inventor, entrepreneur, builder, banker, engineer and railroad man.
Walter Payton also known as “Sweetness” Destiny Basten Walter Payton was born on July 25, 1954. Walter was born and raised in Columbia, Mississippi. Walter Payton went to school at Skyway Elementary, Payton went to high school at Columbia High School, and He also went to college at Jackson State University. Walter Payton’s Parents are his Mom Alyne Payton and his Dad Peter Payton. Walter Payton has a brother named Eddie Payton.
Lewis was born on Aug 18 1774 grew up near Charlottesville VA on locust hill with his parents William and Lucy Meriwether. Lewis´s father died while serving in the continental army in 1779 so Lewis´s mother married John marks then relocated to georgia where he spent 7 years there and developed a love for the wilderness. In 1801 near Ivy Virginia Lewis was asked by President Thomas Jefferson to be his personal secretary he shaped our country 's past he explored the west of america and made contact with Native americans he died on October 11 1809 he killed himself. Lewis was raised by Lucy meriwether and John marks (William Meriwether dies while serving the continental army) Lewis went to Washington and lee university until the age
Robert W. Straub was born in San Francisco, California on May 6, 1920. He received his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science degrees in Business Administration at Dartmouth College. During World War II, Straub served as a second lieutenant in the United States Army. Eventually in 1994, he married his wife Pat, who was influential during his governor years, and had five children. Him and his wife moved to Oregon in 1946 and Straub eventually became a builder and developer in Eugene.
Dwight D. Eisenhower was born on October 19th, 1890, in Denison Texas. When he was a year and half old his family moved to Abilene, Texas and from there he grew up playing baseball and football at Abilene high school (bio.com) After Graduating he started two jobs and with the money he earned he payed for his brother’s tuition at the University of Michigan and after two years his brother and him would switch places and he would pay for Eisenhower 's education, but Eisenhower ended up going the United States Military academy in 1911 for free (bio.com). After Eisenhower graduated, he was stationed in Texas, where he would eventually meet his future wife Mamie Geneva Doud. A few years into their marriage he moved from post to post and in 1917
Eventually he moved back to the states and went to medical school and served as a surgeon in the Army during the Civil War and his views changed. By the wars end, he dedicated himself to assisting blacks as they made their transition from slavery to freedom (219). Sadly, one year after the Civil war ended, he passed away from a fever at the age of thirty. His final son, James Thomas Rapier was a hellion in his younger years, but he found God and became a teacher in Canada while living with his uncle Henry Thomas. After the war he returned to Nashville and became politically active on the behalf of freedmen and women (222) and also equal rights for all men without regard to color (232).
William Jefferson Blythe III came into the world as a fatherless child on August 19, 1946. He was the only son of Virginia Dell Blythe and lived with his grandparents, Edith and James Cassidy in Hope, Arkansas. After four years, Virginia married Roger Clinton, and moved to Hot Springs with Bill, who attended a Catholic School in the city. After graduating high school, he became a student politician in Georgetown and won their presidential election in his freshman year. As a result of his skills, Bill qualified for a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University, and later arrived at Yale to practice law in the state of Arkansas.
After he graduated from high school in 1920 Hughes spent the next year with his father in Mexico. His first greatly praised poem was called "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" which was published in Crisis Magazine. In 1921 Hughes came back to America and enrolled in Columbia University. He studied there for a while but soon got involved in the Harlem Renaissance. In 1922 he dropped out of