Thomas Stonewall Jackson's Accomplishments Thomas Stonewall Jackson, born January 21st, 1824 in Clarksburg, West Virginia, and died May 10th, 1863 in Guinea station, Virginia. He was a very well known Confederate general during the Civil War. Thomas Stonewall Jackson was a very accomplished general, because he won the first Battle of Bull Run, the Battle of Chancellorsville, and he graduated from West point academy 17th out his class of 59 students. These victories helped Stonewall earn his name as one of the greatest generals in American history. Though Stonewall died very young due to sickness and injury, he still achieved a lifetime of success.
I chose the word “loyal” to best describe the character Telemachus because if his bravery and loyalty to his father. In the book Odyssey written by Homer,Telemachus waits for his father for twenty years and when he return he stood by his father side in battle against the people that tried to marry his mother. This shows where his loyalty had lied. Telemachus is loyal for his courage to stand in for his father while he was away and him helping him during a battle.
The mighty Odysseus has proved himself as a hero in The Odyssey in multiple occasions. First, to be a hero I believe that bravery and cleverness are needed to perform a heroic act. There is no need for a certain superpower or strength in my opinion to become a hero. Odysseus has shown there characteristic in his twenty year Odyssey as he searches for his way back to Ithaca. First, Odysseus’ bravery, he shows his bravery by confronting massive and terrifying creature that endangered Odysseus and his men 's’ lives.
In 1900 he was nominated for Vice President on a ticket with President McKinley. After Mckinley's assassination, Roosevelt became President of the U.S. At 42, he was the youngest ever to become a president. He had many influences early on in his life that helped him accomplish his goals as President. He was inspired by his uncle with the conservation policy. Another influence was the Spanish-American War.
The President of the United States of America is an esteemed position many have served. However, few have shown true heroisism and greatness as well as held this important office. These few shine brightly in history and some are memorialized in stone. Of these Thomas Jefferson was the strongest president influentially because he served the Union for years before his presidency and he contributed to one of the most important documents in our history and pushed westward expansion. Firstly, Thomas Jefferson was the strongest president because he served the Union for years before his presidency.
Being the longest-serving Chief Justice, dominating the court for 34 years, John Marshall was an enormous influence on the American court system in the 1800’s. He not only refined the powers of each branch of the government but also had a pivotal role in laying the foundation for constitutional law within our nation. John Marshall grew up home-schooled by his father in a rural area near Germantown, Virginia. In order to further his education, he spent a year at Campbell Academy with future President James Monroe as a classmate. As a young adult he was heavily influenced by George Washington who inspired him to serve the country during the Revolutionary War leading Marshall to fight with bravery and fortitude and eventually become a captain
To say that George Washington was only the first president would be an incredible understatement. When in fact, he was the great general of the French and Indian War and or how his role as the Commander in Chief had a great impact on the war. His ambitious accomplishments started at a young age and he did not stop until he was an elderly. Even the great George Washington had to start somewhere , and he was not always the man that he is known as now. At one time he was a young boy who played with his brothers and sisters and went to school.
The antebellum period took place before the civil war. During this time period, one can thoroughly see accomplishments of the presidents in charge during that time. There is one who stood out the most based on my criteria and his outstanding achievements and it was George Washington . He was one with the most accomplishments, foreign policies and impacted the union the most after his presidency. Being in charge of a nation is never easy no matter how much experience or prepared one is, issues are always going to arise whether it be political, economic,or social issues.
Because of King Cyrus the Great, the Persian Empire, one of the great superpowers of the ancient world, has a lasting impact on us today. Cyrus II, one of the most influential leaders, had to accomplish so much to have kept himself as King Cyrus the Great. There is not plenty of information about Cyrus’ childhood, but many historians say that he was a noble born. “From even before his birth, it appeared he had been marked for greatness; for it was he...” His own grandfather was afraid that he would one day become strong and overthrow his kingdom.
The United States has had very many heros that served as our presient. Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington are all heros and were a very important part of our society. They all did everything they could do to make this world a better place, yet they all had their differences in going about doing it. But i will have to say that the strongest president was Thomas Jefferson. Thomas was one of the smartest men to live and not only was he very smart but he had a desire to constantly learn new things.
Jackson was, and is still remembered as a brave man, although some others say he is a war veteran, as well as a war hero, or a hero in general, with the title of our 7th president of our very patriotic nation, the United States of America, which we have fought with Britain for Independence for, some decades before the time of his election, following the previous president John Quincy Adams, who has served before his presidency half a decade before, then after giving the title of Mr. President, which again, he was known as a hero because of his many good deeds he did during his presidency, one of which was dispatching of the National Bank of the United States, which farmers thought was a good deed of hid, because of their Southern beliefs, different
A boy that was born into a political family, as a young man he accompanied his father, John Adams, on many of his presidential trips. John Quincy Adams was successful in the political field at a young age. He was the president who had dreams and actions that seemed out of reach that became successful. “Though he was one of few Americans to be so prepared to serve as president of the United States, John Quincy Adams 's best years of service came before and after his time in the White House. Born on July 11, 1767, in Braintree, Massachusetts, John Quincy was the son of John Adams, a prodigy of the American Revolution who would become the second U.S. president just before his John Quincy 's 30th birthday, and his wife, future first lady
“I would rather be right than be president”, remarked Henry Clay when critics cited his failed attempts at winning the presidency. This very statement rang true throughout his political career as he feverously fought for what was right for the Union. Clay was born on April 12, 1777 during the revolutionary time period. However, his most notable works were during the Antebellum era.