She was popularly viewed around the world as being excellent. Helen has also accomplished so many great things throughout her life. Helen Keller was famous by overcoming struggles and accomplishing many things such as learning how to read and write which are reasons why she has inspired various historical figures. Helen Keller was famous at a very young age. She was deaf and blind before the age of two.
She is a woman that made world history because of her outstanding courage and loyalty for everything. However, she was always involved with her husband, children, women rights, and always trying to help every situation she could. Even when her ideas did not follow through, she would try again with her outstanding amount of courage she had built up in
Betsy was an intelligent young lady who had very great sewing skills. Betsy Ross was born on January first, 1745 in philadelphia pennsylvania. She had three husbands, Betsy had to remarry two times. According to Betsy Ross wikipedia “Betsy learned how to sew from her great aunt and grandpa, Sarah Elizabeth Ann Grisom and Andrew Grisom. Betsy’s intelligents and great sewing skills would later impact the Revolutionary war.
Chopin spent her childhood in a attic constantly reading new books as well as being told stories about her great-great-grandmother who was a very successful person. Chopin had high hopes as being as or more successful as her great-great-grandmother.After attending an all girls school and moving on to college, she met Oscar Chopin, a french born cotton factor. They married in 1870 and had a total of six children. Her first writings only really started once Oscar died in 1884, her writings consisted of a poem called “If it Might Be” and a piece of music called “Polka for Piano”. Within her twelve years of writing, she produced a play, a few novels, and almost 100 short stories.
Every single accomplishment she had achieved had surrounded that goal. Although she wasn 't alive to see it, she is to always be remembered for her legacy. Though Elizabeth had accomplished many little things they all fit into one big thing. Women 's rights and all her work into getting these rights for women. Elizabeth had many small milestones leading up to her major goal.
Cleopatra and Joan of Arc are two of the most powerful and influential women to ever have lived. Although each one led for their own purposes, and in their own style, the consequences of their actions still have ripples in today’s world. Whether it be because of Cleopatra’s beauty or ruthlessness, or Joan of Arc’s faith and purity both women are considered iconic figures in the global community. Throughout time both Joan of Arc and Cleopatra have been documented as extremely influential characters in history. Cleopatra and Joan of Arc were iconic in different ways, for different reasons but it is undeniable that without them, the world wouldn’t be as it is today.
Maya Angelou was a strong African-American women who made an influential impact on the Civil Rights Movement, in bother her actions, and her literature. Her life experiences and courage helped others, and made her work influential. During Maya’s early life, she experienced many hardships that shaped her into the person many remember her as. Born on April 4, 1928, she only lived in St. Louis, MO for three years before her parents got divorced, and Maya, along with her mother and brother, moved in with her grandparents in Arkansas. At the age of eight, raped by her mother’s boyfriend, Maya learned the power that words possess.
Growing up and now entering into my adult years of my life, one character has always remained with me and helped me overcome many challenges and struggles in life. Dory, one of the protagonists in the popular Disney film “Finding Nemo”, is the most influential character in my life. Dory illustrates through her actions and personality that she is the true definition of a hero. She exemplifies the qualities it takes to be a leader and hero through her optimistic attitude, kindness to others, her helpful hand to anyone she sees, and lovingness. Her willingness to go to full lengths to help her friends and accompanying anyone, she takes on adventures and displays her role as a leader throughout the entire movie.
She has overcome many challenges, and has encountered success, failure, and difficulties amid her journey. She came from a poor family with little money to sustain herself, but rose from the dust and changed the world. She overcame difficulties such as not being able to go to Gombe Stream alone, not getting a college degree until her thirties, and being an alien to the chimpanzees in the reserve. Discovering all of these things about the chimpanzees changed Jane and her future. She went from rags to riches.
Toni Morrison is a southern gothic, literary icon who has won countless awards for her work such as Beloved and The Bluest Eye; not only is she revolutionary for women but she is also for all African Americans. Morrison was one of four children, who grew up in rural Ohio. She was born with the name of Chloe Ardelia Wofford; but after many mispronunciations in college and after she tied the knot she changed it to Toni Morrison. As a child and throughout her adult years she was known to be outspoken; her mother seemed to be of a similar nature. While the family was on food stamps, Mrs. Wofford was displeased to find bugs in her cornmeal; she later wrote to Franklin D Roosevelt.