And behind this expedition, there is a long story that defines a man and events that prove a fact. So, who is Francisco Pizarro? Francisco Pizarro was born in Trujillo, Spain. His date of birth is unknown, but some say that it is sometimes in the 1470s, perhaps 1474. He was the illegitimate son of infantry Colonel Gonzalo Pizarro, who was served in Navarre and the Italian campaigns and his mother is Francisca Gonzalez, who was a poor woman and she married late and had a son who is Francisco Martin de Alcantara.
The article Chicano Manifiesto by Armando B. Rendon is talking about Rendon’s experience living in the United States as a Chicano citizen. He grew up on the West side of San Antonio with his grandmother and mother. Rendon learned Spanish as his first language, but as he started school Rendon had to soon learn English quickly since speaking Spanish was not allowed. At the age of ten, Rendon and his mom moved to the bay area. At the bay area he started to figure out who he was and what route to take on his life.
On the day of August 13, 1926, near Cuba’s eastern Oriente Province, Fidel Castro was born. He had 5 other siblings. Three sisters, Agustina, Angela, and Emma; and two brothers, Raúl and Ramón. Ángel, his father was a wealthy plantation (sugarcane) farmer. His mother, Lina
As for his nationality, he is an American and holds Greek, Spanish, and the British Isles ethnicity. Cameron Crowe: Education History Cameron finished his high school at 15 and right after one year, he started writing for Rolling Stone. He attended San Diego City College located
Bernal Diaz del Castillo Bernal Diaz was born in 1492 or 1498 to Maria Diaz Rejón and Francisco Diaz del Castillo, a regidor (council member) of the town of Medina del Campo, in Castilla y León. The family was distinguished but not wealthy. In 1514, Bernal went to seek his fortune in America with Pedrarias Dávila (Pedro Árias de Ávila), Bishop Fonseca's newly appointed governor of Castilla del Oro. A cruel and unscrupulous schemer, Pedrarias excelled at extorting riches by torturing native rulers, looting gems and gold from their graves, and eliminating potential rivals. (Pedrarias had his prospective son-in-law Balboa and four companions beheaded on trumped-up charges in 1519.)
He was born on July 31, 1958 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He grew up in the suburb of Mount Lebanon in a Jewish working-class family. His father worked at a car upholstery shop and his grandfather emigrated from Russia. Morris Chobanisky, Cuban’s grandfather, sold merchandise out of the back of a truck to feed his family. His mother
Marcus Fabius Quintilianus, better know as Quintilian today, is know as one of the greatest teacher’s of rhetoric from the roman time. In 35 CE, Quintilian was born in Calagurris in the Roman Province of Hispania Tarraconensis, the region we call Spain today. Not much is known of Quintilian’s youth, but around 50 CE his father, who was also a rhetorician, sent him to Rome for education. When in Rome, Quintilian studied under Remmius Palaemon for grammar and Domitius Afer for rhetoric. Along with being a rhetorician, Afer was also a consul, or high-ranking politician in Rome.
Early Life and Education Pablo Escobar was born as Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria on December 1, 1949, in Rionegro in Antioquia, Colombia. He was the third son of Abel de Jesus Escobar, a farmer, and Hemilda Gaviria, an elementary school teacher. He was raised in a poor family with his six siblings and lived in an adobe hut. He joined the local university and studied political science but due to the financial crisis, he had to stop his education. Later he joined the University of Antioquia for a short period.
Roberto Jordan English 4 Autobiography Christopher Reeve II. Life A. Early Years Christopher Reeve was born in New York City on September 25th of 1952, as the son of Barbara Johnson a journalist and Franklin D’Oiler Reeve who was a teacher, novelist, poet and scholar. His grandfather Richard Henry Reeve had been the CEO of Prudential Financial for over twenty five years. Prior to Reeves birth his father was a Princeton University graduate studying for a master’s degree in Russian at Columbia University.
His parents were John II of Castile and his second wife, Isabella of Portugal. His brother, Henry IV, was the heir to the throne of Castile, but on 19 September 1468 in the Agreement Bulls Guisando his brother did Isabella I heir to his throne and she became queen of Castile, with the support Castilla nobles in 1474 (Isabella I). Ferdinand II of Aragon was born on March 10, 1452. His parents were John II of Aragon and Juana Enriquez. He was named heir to the throne of Aragon in 1461.