FDR was born in 1882 at Hyde Park, NY; now a historic site, later attended Harvard University and Columbia Law School. Franklin admired his cousin, President Theodore Roosevelt that gave him the inspiration to enter politics as a democratic figure and won the New York senate election of 1910. Around a decade later, in 1928 Roosevelt then became Governor of New York and assistant secretary of the Navy. When he was elected in office FDR faced the Great Depression, World War II and, America greatest foreign crisis. As he entered office in a horrible and economic depression
Peter Skene Ogden was a good man. He was born 1794 in Quebec Canada and died September 27 154 in Oregon City . Here is a list of his accomplishments. He left his home in Canada to be a fur trader as a teenager. , he was a great trapper, he lead the snake river country expeditions, he traced the Utah territory, was with the Hudson bay community until death, and was the first to travel the west intermountain range from north to south, had two lovely native American wives
Peter Skene Ogden was known as a fur trapper/trader. He had many skills such as: being able to speak both English and French fluently, traveling to lots of places, and being a chief trader and explorer. Despite passing away at the young age of sixty, he did a lot of things as a fur trader. He made a lot of money such a producing up to $100,000 worth of furs. He was the youngest of all his siblings.
Jedediah S Smith was a great mountain man, fur trapper, and a great leader. He was born in June 24, 1798, Bainbridge, N.Y and died May 27, 1831, near Cimarron River. Smith made his first trip west while still in his teens. In 1822 he joined a fur-trading expedition to the rocky mountains and continued in the Rocky Mountain trade business.
Jedediah Smith One of the many important people alive during the Westward Expansion was a man named Jedediah Smith. He was from a large family, two parents and 12 siblings. As a child, he lived in New York, that is, until he turned 12, when he moved to Erie County. Eventually, his family decided to pack up, once again, and head to Ohio. Though his time spent there was never documented, it is believed that Smith got a fairly good education and got a job as a clerk.
Devaney started coaching in Lincoln in 1962 after putting up a record of 35-10-5. During his eleven years of a head coach of Nebraska football he had a record of 101-20-2 he had a .829 winning percentage which is amazing. He had a career record of 136-30-7 with a winning percentage of .806. He ranked 11th on the all time list college football greatest coaches list which is six places behind the man he had as his replacement coach Tom Osborne. Bob Devaney is the only coach in NCAA Division-1A history to win five years in a row the AFCA Regional Coach of the Year awards.
Alexander the Great The accomplishments of Alexander the great created history. From uniting a land of over 2 million square miles to marching his men 11 years and 22,000 miles. These were just some of his great feats in his short life time that made an impact on the entire world back then and still today. Alexander the Great 's empire stretched over 2 million square miles Through countries known today as Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Cyprus, Lebanon, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Tajikistan Kyrgyzstan, Kuwait, Libya,India, and Armenia.
James Buchanan was born in Cove Gap, Pennsylvania, on April 23, 1791. He was the son of Irish immigrants who had made a successful life for themselves as merchants in rural Pennsylvania. The Buchanans could afford to send James to good schools, and after graduating with honors from Dickinson College, James Buchanan studied law. His legal and political careers moved forward together. Becoming a successful attorney, he advanced from state legislator to national figure, including membership in both houses of Congress, ambassadorships, and a cabinet post.
¬ Since America’s inception in 1776, the United States has been led by some of the greatest men in the history of the world. After so many years of extraordinary leadership from our various presidents, I believe that in order to get into the Oval Office, one must hold themselves to a higher standard than they ever have before, a presidential standard. On January 20, 1993, Bill Clinton was inaugurated as the 42nd President of the United States, arguably the highest office not only in America, but all over the world. He served his nation honorably in his first four years in office, and was successfully reelected in 1996. His presidency brought about NAFTA, an agreement that has definitely affected us greatly.
He was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia on February 22, 1732. His father owned plantation, businesses, and mines in many places. When George was eleven, his father died. As a result, he moved to live with his half-brother, Lawrence, on the estate they had inherited from their father. George took on the job of being a surveyor.
America was born on July 4, 1976, during the revolutionary war with the signing of the Declaration of Independence. John Hancock was the first of fifty-six members to sign it. His signature is probably the most famous signature in the world. John Hancock is most known for his signature on the Declaration of Independence but, he did much more than just that. During the American Revolution, John Hancock helped lead and aid the colonists with the weapons and other things they needed.
Hugh Glass was not very known to some people he was also an American frontiersman and fur trapper. Born in 1783 and died at the year of 1833. Hugh was known for surviving a bear attack and being about badly injured. Hugh had”reportedly had a broken leg, a ripped scalp, a punchered throat, and numerous injuries”. When he regained enough strength he began to walk to safety which was 200-300 miles away.