During his final road trip with Henry, Lyman felt that his brother was returning back to normal. Lyman noticed that Henry’s face looked “clear, more peaceful” and he took it as his brother was doing better. He was able to relax a little bit and feel carefree once again. Once Henry broke down Lyman’s serious side began to take over. He refused to admit to Henry what he did or take ownership of the convertible, once again, which caused the brothers to argue.
According to the article “Daniel Morgan” from The American Revolution.org, “Daniel returned to the army after the Battle of Camden, and led the Continental Army to victory in the Battle of Cowpens. Congress formed ten rifle companies in Pennsylvania and Virginia, and Morgan was captain of one”. They most likely picked Daniel due to his excellence in combat and him being gifted in battlefield tactics. Also, according to the article “Daniel Morgan” from the American Revolution.org,” he had become proficient in Indian fighting tactics, and was an excellent marksman with a rifle. Daniel was one of the most gifted battlefield tacticians of the American Revolutionary War, he later commanded troops during the suppression of the Whiskey Rebellion.”Because of this, he gained experience that would help him to later become General Daniel
In the story, he points out how mankind has always used war to deal with conflicts since the beginning of time. Since that evolution of time we send our soldiers to war, so we do not have to go ourselves. The difficult situation is going from training to be in war, but coming home to not having any training to deal with the traumatic memories one carries. The speech Hector Garcia gave during his TedTalk conference is effective in using the rhetorical analysis, to convince the audience as well as viewers of why we need to help soldiers with their suffering with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Garcia’s ethos appeal in his speech is when he states he is a licensed psychologist it proves to the audience he is a
Florence choose to take a different path. Florence was an important leader and left a legacy for multiple reasons, the most noticed are that she helped in the Crimean war, cared for her patients, and advanced modern medicine. Florence was best known for her work in the Crimean war. For instance, an article about Florence on NCBI stated that during the Crimean War, she took 38 nurses to the war hospital and worked to heal the wounded soldiers. Furthermore, Biography.com states, “During the Crimean War, she and a team of nurses improved the unsanitary conditions at a British base hospital, reducing the death count by two-thirds.” Marjie Bloy wrote “Nightingale offered her services to the War Office on 14 October but her friend Sidney Herbert — the Secretary for War — already had written to her, suggesting that she should go out to the Crimea.” All of these quotes state that she went to help in the hospital in the Crimean war.
William Lloyd Garrison, The Liberator was a great man in the view of many. Garrison’s passion for slavery, his opinions, and his very dramatic life, has made him one of the greatest writers in history. By going through trials in our life, we can overcome them by using Garrison’s example and turn our lives into
Harriet Tubman gave a lot for the freedom of the slaves through acts of leadership on their journey. While, Thomas Garett helped them in the middle by providing them with food, shelter, and other acts of kindness. Ellen Craft exhibits freedom and sacrifice by pretending to be a working man who makes lots of money
Women, although, did much more than change bandages and tend to wounds, they also wrote letters for soldiers, cooked and served food, passes out supplies, did laundry, and read to distressed soldiers. Many women from the North served as nurses under the auspices of the UCCS. Perhaps one of the most famous women nurses during the Civil War, Clara Barton, changed the world by creating the American Red Cross. The conditions of the hospitals during the civil war were not what we expect of our hospitals today. The neglection of the sanitation of camps and little knowledge about how diseases are carried led to many many deaths during the civil war.
In the many branches of art, architecture, and science, one of the most noted scientific achievement would’ve been Napoléon’s soldiers who found the Rosetta Stone, which would not have been found if Napoléon didn’t send his historians and scholars after his army. Unfortunately, they were forced to hand over the Rosetta Stone to the British due to their Treaty of Capitulation. Another invention was founded by one of Napoléon’s surgeons, Dominique-Jean Larrey, which was the ambulance service. Larrey observed that most soldiers died because of lack of immediate attention, and thus, inspired by the flying artillery, he made his first flying ambulance. This flying ambulance consisted of 340 men, divided into 3 divisions, with twelve light and four heavy carriages.
They take a road trip one summer and have experiences they can share for the rest of their lives. With the draft for the Vietnam war, Henry gets chosen to go. Lyman does not know what the trials of war will ultimately do to his brother. Upon his arrival home Henry is a different man. The things that he loved most in the world felt like nothing but objects now.