He was the seventh child in his family and his parents were William and Nancy Mckinley. The Mckinley family was of Scots-Irish descent. The family trade on both sides was iron making. In 1852 the Mckinley family moved from Niles to Poland Ohio so that the children could go to better schools. After the war ended in 1865, McKinley decided on a career in the law and began studying in the office of an attorney in Poland, Ohio.
Black History Month Project By : Shanese ( B ) Hoyte Michael Jackson Was born August , 29 , 1958 his birthplace was Gary , Indiana , USA michael jackson has 9 siblings and he is the 8th child out of the 10 children and he has 3 sisters , and 6 brothers and he lived in a 3 bedroom house in gary indaina and his dad name is Joseph Walter Jackson and he was born July , 26 , 1928 and he is from Fountain Hill , Arkansas , USA and he is 83 years old and his the father of michael jackson and his other brothers and sisters Michael Jacksons mom name was Katherine Esther Jackson she was born May , 4 , 1930 and she is from Barbour County , Alabama , USA and she is 81 Years Old and she is the mother of michael jackson and his other brothers and
My musings about Thomas Jefferson is, I have no issue against him for being a slave proprietor. His dad Dwindle Jefferson, was a slave proprietor when he was three years of age in 1746 that he could recall. Jefferson was nine years of age when he had formal investigations with serve showing him nine months out the year. Jefferson father passed on in 1757, when he was fourteen years of age, his educator took him under their wings for direction. I trust Jefferson had slaves of his own since he was mature enough to realize what truly matters to slaves and what it remains for in their life time.
Born into Slavery in 1850, Sarah E. Goode understood the cramped quarters many Americans living in poverty feel today. The average slave quarters in 1850 measured 20-by-20 feet and that 400-square feet was home to a minimum of four to six slaves. Most likely this is one of the reasons that Goode, whose father was a carpenter, set out to provide quality furniture for families with limited space. Her invention, a folding bed that transforms into a roll-top desk with compartments for writing supplies was approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on July 14, 1885, making her the first African-American woman to receive a U.S. Patent. Goode’s fold-up bed is similar to today’s fold-down beds, also known as the Murphy Bed.
According to the materiel Of The People, Frederick Douglass was born as Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey in Talbo Country, Maryland, in 1818. He was born into slavery and at the age of seven he was sent to Baltimore and became a ship caulker. He hired out his labor, paying his master three dollars a week and keeping the rest for himself per their agreement. Frederick planned his escape when his master told him to pay him all his earnings rather that just the three dollars a week. After he escaped to the north he started attending and speaking at antislavery meetings.
Araminta ross, also know as Harriet Tubman, was born into slavery in 1820. She was a slave for 29 years until 1849 when she escaped to Philadelphia with two of her brothers. She went back to Maryland a bunch of different times and had saved most of her family, plus some other slaves, within eight years of leaving. By the late 1850s she had moved out to a farm house in Auburn that she bought for her parents. Before the civil war began she helped with the Underground Railroad leading slaves to freedom in the north.
His family moved to Indiana when he was seven and he grew up on the frontier. He had very little traditional education, but read a lot when not working on his father 's farm. After moving away from home, Lincoln co-owned a general store for a couple of years before selling his stake and enlisting as a militia captain defending Illinois in the Black Hawk War of 1832, when he was 19, he followed a produce-laden flatboat down the Mississippi River to New Orleans. After settling in the town of New Salem, Illinois he worked as a shopkeeper and a owner of a post office. Lincoln became involved in local politics as a supporter of the Whig Party, he won the election to the Illinois state legislature in 1834.
Both of Hughes ' paternal great-grandmothers were African-American and both of his paternal great-grandfathers were white slave owners of Kentucky. According to Hughes, one of these men was Sam Clay, a Scottish-American whiskey distiller of Henry County and supposedly a relative of Henry Clay, and the other was Silas Cushenberry, a Jewish-American slave trader of Clark County.  Hughes 's maternal grandmother Mary Patterson was of African-American, French, English and Native American descent. One of the first women to attend Oberlin College, she first married Lewis Sheridan Leary, also of mixed race. Leary subsequently joined John Brown 's raid on Harpers Ferry in 1859 and died from his wounds.
Close relationships like mother and daughter allow two people to really share their inner feelings. Even when you don’t want to share. We know each other so well. And so, thanks to this relationship, a promise I made when I was two, and a regimen of regular practice. I was able to go to Carnegie Hall and play violin on stage.