Her parents were John McWilliams Jr. and Julia Carolyn Weston. She was the oldest of three children. Her father was an early investor in the California real estate and her mother was a paper company heiress. So they were very wealthy and she lived a very privileged childhood. Also she had a very good education.
The Rise of Daniel Hale Williams Daniel Hale Williams III was an extraordinary African American surgeon. Dr. Williams, the son of a barber, was a free African American born during the 1800s to Daniel Hale Williams II and Sarah Williams. Dr. Williams’ family was heavily impacted by the ongoing history at the time. Furthermore, Dr. Williams’ ancestors were slaves. Daniel’s ancestors on both sides were a mixture of European, Native American, and African American.
The life of the woman who accomplished what seemed to be impossible back during her lifetime, Winifred Merrill, begins in the year of 1862 on September 24 in the lovely city of Ripon, Wisconsin. Who her parents were and if she had any other family members or siblings is unknown. Throughout her youth, Merrill had the utmost pleasure of being educated privately which took her into her first years of college, the first college she attended was all the way in Massachusetts which was Wellesley College. After a couple years until 1883, she received her bachelor 's degree and bounced from Wellesley to Harvard University for about a year then bounced again to Columbia University where she remained and worked to get her PHD. Although Merrill was also
Robin McLaurin Williams was born on July 21st, 1951 in Chicago Illinois. Williams described himself as a shy and quite child, until he joined his high school drama department. Out of high school, Williams became a collegiate athlete, playing soccer for Claremont College. After a brief period at Claremont College, Williams attended the College of Marin to pursue acting. He eventually received a full scholarship to attend the Julliard School in New York, where he would accept the opportunity and enroll in their diploma program.
Many people wander about the north pole. Everyone knows that someone discovered it, but what you don 't know is that one of the two discoverers is very important to black history, Matthew Henson. He was the first African American explorer to go to the North Pole. Matthew Henson is important to black history because he was one of the first famous black explorers. His past is inspiring ,he discovered the north pole, he didn 't get noticed until 5 decades later
It was February 25th. It was the day that Sean Marsee took his last breath. Sean Marsee is a teen who had died recklessly because of his smoking. This teen track star was very successful. Sean had won 28 track medals in the 400 meter relay. This teenager could have done great things in life but he decided to take his own life. How? Well, at age 12, he started using tobacco. His mother had told him that using tobacco can be hazardous but Sean didn’t believe her. Sean was going to be graduating in one month and just a weekend away from competing in a track meet but instead, he was laying in a hospital bed fighting for his life. This teen had oral cancer and had been fighting for his life for at least 10 months. Using tobacco will cause addiction
Eminent person Ava Solis A1-2 12- 1-15 Carli Lloyd did something that nobody could think of, she broke the record of the fastest hat trick ever recorded. She helped the U.S national team by using persistence and becoming an award winning soccer player. She illuminated in the world by being an inspiration to young players. In under 16 minutes Carli Lloyd scored 3 goals in the most important game of the season. This extraordinary soccer player has been dominating the field lately and showing people exactly what she can do.
The threat of Repercussions The threat of repercussions prokoke fear and, therfore, a reaction of obedience in many individuals. The impact of having set ramifications for misbehavior is crucial to ones’ upbringing: The effects when none are in place can can be detrimental. The consequences of Wes Moore’s decisions in comparison to the other Wes Moore, having an absence of any, leads to the success of one and failure of the other.
READER, the incredible tales of my life will come across as astonishing or unimaginable. Some might say the story is too farfetched from the truth. Don’t fret dear reader, this story I will tell you is completely truthful, and the descriptions revealed in this tale contains no lies. All of the accounts that I recall in this epic have happened to me throughout my life. The tales in my life might seem like a mythological fable to some. But there is nothing fictitious about this tragedy.
Roger Sherman(April 19, 1721 - July 23, 1793) Roger Sherman was a lawyer and a founding father of the United States. He was also the first mayor of a city in Connecticut called New Haven. But Connecticut was not his actual home town, he was born in Newton, Massachusetts. Then later on in his life he moved to Connecticut.
I grew up in Bloomfield, PA, a small city-like neighborhood about three miles away from downtown Pittsburgh. The community consists of a series of uniform type “row” houses, most backyards include a small grassy area with a fence that is shared by the neighboring house, and the alleyway in between is where the majority of our childhood games were played.
A Revolutionary patriot who voluntarily incurred one of the greatest suffering without any chance of gain. Married to Deborah Scudder, he was known as John Hart. Without better understanding of his actual birthdate and hometown birthplace, he was better known as a New Jersey farmer. As well as “Honest John Hart” throughout the state. Benjamin Rush described him as “a plain honest, well meaning Jersey farmer, with but little education, but with good sense and virtue enough to pursue the true interest of his country.”
By the late 1940’s she started playing in the infant medium of television and she appeared on many programs. A popular program she played on was “The Jack Benny Program” it was a comedy program .She also played in one of broadways biggets hits in 1927.This film ran over 220
The UNICEF Convention on the Rights of the Child Article 23 (2) states that “Parties recognize the right of the disabled child to special care and shall encourage and ensure the extension, subject to available resources, to the eligible child and those responsible for his or her care, of assistance for which application is made and which is appropriate to the child's condition and to the circumstances of the parents or others caring for the child.” This was my right as a child to have proper support, to have someone recognize my mental disability. It was my right to have my disability treated by a health care professional and yet I did not receive any support. Accommodations in school were not available to me either nor did I receive support at home.