EN144 Unit 4 Written Assignment 4 1 The Sundance Writer 5th Edition Write a Research Paper Based on a Famous Historical Figure Shandale Ridgway Brookline College Online Unit 4 Jayme Cook January 13, 2015 EN144 Unit 4 Written Assignment 4 2 Write a Research Paper Based on a Famous Historical Figure I am doing my research paper of a famous historical figure and it’s on Benjamin Franklin. This is what I learned about Benjamin Franklin and what he has accomplished that was historically significant. But I am going to start out by doing his Biography, then I am going to tell you what he has accomplished and what he was famous for.
In 1797, Jefferson was elected as vice-president of the United States. Throughout his four years as vice-president, he wrote “A Manual of Parliamentary Practice”, one of the most useful documents to legislative prosecutions. In the elections of 1800, the Republican candidate Thomas Jefferson becomes the third president of the United States. During Jefferson’s first term as president, he accomplished many remarkable things and clearly used his power wisely. The Louisiana Purchase, however, was his most significant accomplishment along with the expeditions of Louis and Clark.
Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson, a nonconformist, whose education was influenced by a few important people, was always ready to stand up for the rights of his fellow man. The knowledge and discipline he acquired in his early years would help him become a founding father and the third president of our nation. Thomas Jefferson was born on April 7, 1743 to Peter Jefferson and Jane Randolph Jefferson, in Shadwell, Virginia. Thomas started his education when he was five years old. Through out his life, he was constantly reading, acquiring knowledge.
In the following I would like to write about two different characters. One of them is Black Elk who is the most famous North American Indigenous dreamer in recent times, thanks to John Neihard’s book, Black Elk Speaks. The other one is Frederick Douglass who was an African-American social reformer, abolitionist orator, writer, and statesman. Both people were dominant figures in their time. While reading through Black Elk’s autobiography, I enjoyed John Neihardt’s writing about Black Elk’s life more than any others we have discussed in class so far.
Locke, Hobbes’s opposing philosopher, was born years later on August 29, 1632, in Wrington, Somerset, England. Contrary to Hobbes, Locke believed that people had rights and that a democracy is the most logical form of governing. Similar to Hobbes, his surroundings
Introduction William Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation is by and large felt by both U.S. furthermore, English history specialists to be a standout amongst the most vital volumes of the frontier period in America. The work survived evidently just by the rarest of shots. It was started in 1630 by Bradford, who was one of the strong band who came to Plymouth on the Mayflower and who served as legislative head of that state for thirty-three years; he finished part 10 that same year. The majority of the rest of wrote in pieces through 1646; later, he entered a couple of things up to 1650. The original copy stayed in the family, passing first to the senator's most seasoned child, Major William Bradford; along these lines to his child,
There is a First, Second, and Third committee. The first one is that the challenge is facing the committee was to translate intangible principles or ideas. The second was was in march 1780, the congress turned the design and final report of the first committee to a new one, and the last one was in May 1782 which the congress appointed the third committee and the three men who were John Rutledge, Arthur Middleton, and Elias Boudinot were relying on services of William Barton. The Great Seal is the designed with a specific purpose in mind. The Great Seal was first used to the reverse of the $1 certificate in 1935.
This Roman numerals are the number 1776, which is when the Declaration of Independence was signed. Underneath the pyramid is a scroll with the words, Novus Ordo Seclorum. This translates to, “New order of ages.” This is referring to the new government that has begun, the United
The paper describes the major innovations of Thomas Edison. Tagliaferro (2003) asserts that Edison from the year 1870 to the year 1875 while working for Newark developed various telegraph linked products for Western Union Telegraph and its chief competitor. His premier invention was an improved stock stocker named as the Universal Stock Printer. He was paid approximately forty thousand dollars for this invention. As such, he obtained the needed capital to start manufacturing and a laboratory facility in New Jersey in the year 1871
That would have to wait for Walt Whitman and Leaves of Grass (Gray 39). Barlow’s attempt at articulating the problems of writing an American epic in that work granted him a place in the line that leads to Song of Myself (1855), The Cantos and The Bridge (1930) (Ruland and Bradburry, 1991: 68). After the failure of The Columbiad, the need for an American epic intensified rather than lessened. Between The Conquest of Canaan (1785) and Alfred Mitchell's The Coloniad (1858) at least nineteen epic poems were published by American