Remembering the Triangle Shirtwaist fire Disaster hit March 25, 1911 at 4:40 pm at the Triangle Shirt Waste Factory when it caught on fire by a cigarette bud or burning match. The employees were mainly young women and girls of Italian and Jewish decent and 146 died that day. The workers wanted out of the building but one of the doors was locked in the stairwell. Speculation was that Isaac Harris locked the door. Some of the women and girls jumped off the building and out the windows to trying to survive which was interfering with the firemen trying to put out the fire.
On the daily, most of us will encounter countless of strangers. Whether if we’re on the bus, the subway, going to work, or in a cafe, we get to see different individuals going about their day. Sometimes, we like to observe those strangers, but, there are times where we might observe them a little too much. We somehow become quickly fascinated, and that can lead us to stare at the person. Though, what can a stare do?
Write a letter to Ponyboy and Johnny. In that letter, discuss at least three things they did wrong, and what they should have done instead. Each thing they did wrong, plus your advice, needs to be its own paragraph. Dear, Ponyboy & Johnny
It was a friday night around 9 o’clock, loud music playing from people cars. Miami Moon was packed with people, they had people surrounded around store laughing and talking. There was this motorcycle group that got together every Friday. At first my daddy was chillin outside smoking with the other men.
Ponyboy and Johnny meet up with Dally and go to the Nightly Double drive-in theatre. Once inside, they sit in the chairs by the concession stand, where they meet up with two female Socs. Cherry, Valance, and Marcia have left their boyfriends here at the drive-in because the boy's want to drink and the two girls do not. The girls are the target of Dally's nasty and rude comments, but he buys them sodas to "cool them off." Cherry throws her soda into Dally's face and the situation is tense until Johnny steps in to defend her.
Two young boys named Ponyboy Curtis, a 14 year old boy whose parents died and is taken care of his oldest brother, Dally Winston, a 17 year boy with experience at jail, and Johnny Cade, a 16 year old boy whose parents don’t care for him, saved a couple of children in a run down burning church. These boys are miracles, that risked their lives to save others. Yesterday, a fire was caused in a church trapping children. Ponyboy, Johnny, and Dally jumps through a burning window in search of the kids. The boys quickly find the kids and hand them out through the window to safety.
Having seen boys jump off the cliff his whole life, Daniel Atkinson now stood in the same place, on the same cliff, expected to do the same exact thing. Every year, on the third of June, a celebration was held in a place called cook’s brook, in the town of rosewood by the people of the town. The celebration consisted of all the town’s people coming together to eat, dance, and have fun. But that wasn’t it. The main part of the celebration was when the boys in the town would dive off a cliff in cook’s brook to fulfill a town tradition symbolizing courage, bravery, and strength.
On September 2, 1666, Stuart England faces a tragic day, in the early morning hours, a small fire breaks out at Thomas Farriner's bakeshop. Subsequently, in that crucial moment as Farriner’s bakery starts to burn a gale sweeps up from the Channel therefore the situation intensives. In fact, England had been dealing with another dilemma, before the approaching fire disaster additionally coping with a ten-month drought. Consequently, the fire disaster would bring forth changes in firefighting methods.
The pony express The pony express was a mail delivering service. The pony express was the way of delivering mail in the old days. They delivered mail, messages, newspaper, and small packages. They delivered by horses.
1857, it was a beautiful evening in the town of Boone, North Carolina. The birds were singing their beautiful songs to the harmony of the wind chimes. I had just finished picking the cotton fields. I was exhausted, sweat dripped down the side of my temple. My legs were aching; it felt as if they were going to give up and collapse.