In 1871 edison married a 16 year old Mary stilwell that was a employee at one of his businesses. Also during their 13 year marriage they had three children MArion, Thomas, and William and that he also became a inventor. Also in 1884 Mary died at the age of 29 of a brain tumor. Also in 1886 Edison married Mina Miller and she is his junior. Alo during his life Edison did received 1,093 U.S patents an alo filed a additional 500 to 600 that was unsuccessful or that was abandoned.
Jim Simmerman, the writer of “Child’s Grave, Hale County, Alabama,” was born on March 5, 1952 in Bolder, Colorado. Simmerman spent the most of his childhood traveling since his father was in the military. In 1978, he became an instructor at Northern Arizona University. He then left to earn a master’s degree at the University of Iowa, but he came back to continue his previous job. On June 29, 2009, Simmerman killed himself because of a debilitating illness he had (Bruner para.
Louis Riel (1844-1885) On November 16, 1885, 41 year old Louis David Riel was executed. Riel was born on October 22nd , 1844 in Saint-Boniface, Red river settlement. Louis Riel was the oldest child out of the eleven children his parents, Louis Riel Sr and Julie Lagimodière had. Growing up Louis Riel was a smart student.
The background of “Unruly Americans: and the origins of the Constitution” by Woody Holton is how the American society was taught to believe that the US Constitution was created to encourage democracy and protect civil rights. However, Holton offers a different view. He even goes to the extent of stating that, in 1776 the 13 colonies of North America left the Empire of Britain and 55 of the world’s most notable men known as the Founding Fathers work on the Constitution in Philadelphia as it became the most powerful and wealthiest state in 1787. The Framers’ gathered 1787 and they only could help citizens partially, yet their motives were never revealed. The purpose of the Constitution was to help America more attractive to investors.
Something interesting about Benedict’s childhood is he and one of his siblings were the only two to survive into adulthood out of his mother’s 11 children. Accomplishments Most of Benedict’s accomplishments were during the war. He took part
Ewing Kauffman Ewing Marion Kauffman (September 21, 1916 – August 1, 1993) was an American pharmaceutical entrepreneur, philanthropist, and Major League Baseball owner. Born on a farm near Garden City, Missouri, the son of John S. Kauffman and the former Effie May Winders, Kauffman grew up with his sister Irma Ruth Kauffman in Kansas City, Missouri. He was bedridden for a year at age 11 with a heart ailment, during which he read as many as 40 books a month. In 1962, he married the former Muriel Irene McBrien.
The Man Who Changed Society Charles John Huffam Dickens was a marvelous novelist, his work not only influenced literature but engrained itself into modern culture. Charles Dickens life seemed basically life a novel he would have written himself. The life of this famous author isn 't anything you would have expected. Even I was astonished to learn about Charles Dickens 's life. He introduced 247 new words or new usages to The Oxford English Dictionary.
The poet of Beginning and many others, James Wright, was born in 1927 in Martins Ferry, Ohio. In 1954, a year after his first child, James studied at the University of Washington (James).Unfortunately, James had a short life but, yet, got recognized to one of America’s finest contemporary poets (Brunner). Grievously, in 1979 he was diagnosed with tongue cancer, but could not pull throught. James died March 25, 1980. During his lifetime, he was successful with his poetry, my favorite being Beginning.
However, despite being his most famous novel, only three thousand copies of the book were sold while Herman was still living(“Herman Melville”). By the 20th century the novel was reborn as literary analysts began to comment on the excellence presented by the story and many copies began selling as it became a must for high school curriculums all over the United States As one digs deep into Moby Dick, one would get the feeling of how life on the high seas was and the excitement that a sailor’s life was comprised of. Herman wrote the novel in first person point of view as a sailor on the whaling ship just as he had been during his voyages. This helps to add reality to a story that was somewhat unbelievable to people when it was first published.
Ada Lovelace, the Enchantress of Numbers, is known as a mathematician and the first female computer programmer. She was also an English writer, taking after her father, Lord George Gordon Byron, who was a famous poet. Ada Lovelace lived a short life, filled with unfortunate circumstances, but in that time she made advances in computer science that no one ever had before. Augusta Ada Byron, later known as Ada Lovelace, was born in London on December 10th, 1815 (biography.com).
Ethan Allen was an American Revolutionary fighter who helped found Vermont. He lived from January 21, 1738 and died on February 12, 1789. He was born in Litchfield, CT, and died in Burlington, VT. Ethan Allen had a big family that, grew up in Vermont. Ethan died of a stroke at age 52, on his Winooski River homestead.
Who was the only president to serve four terms? Who was the only president to contract Polio? Thats right, FDR. Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born January 30, 1882 in Hyde Park, New York. Franklin was the only child to James and Sara Roosevelt.
Thank you for reviewing Ronald Cocks, an 89 year old gentleman with an array of medical comorbidities. Ronald has a history of prior asbestos exposure and is an ex-smoker of approximately 20 pack years. He is quite frail, although still ambulates independently with a 4-wheel frame and is currently living at a retirement village. Ronald was referred to me just prior to Christmas with a two month history of sudden onset voice hoarseness. He was noted to have a 4.5cm left upper lobe cavitatory mass in close proximity to the left upper lobe pulmonary arteries and abutting the left upper lobe pleura.
Born on October 10, 1837 in Boston, Massachusetts, Robert Gould Shaw was the second child and only son of Francis George and Sarah Blake Shaw, two prominent abolitionists at the time. Shaw’s family line consisted of very successful merchants and businessmen who had amassed millions through trade, making the childhood of Shaw and his four sisters a comfortable one. When Shaw turned four, his father retired from his part time law practice so he could pursue a literary career and to spend more time with his family; he moved his family to the country near Brook Farm. It was here that Shaw was exposed to the beliefs of freethinkers’ such as Nathaniel Hawthorne and Ralph Waldo Emerson, along with the open-minded ideals of the local Unitarian church.