Samuel Adams was one of the most influential men during the Revolutionary War. His staunch opposition of British oppression of the colonies was well documented during his life in many of his essays. He had many supporters during this controversial time and served as a well revered and respected politician. His insight into how government can work effectively helped to create our modern model of democracy.
In the 1800 was taken up by the work of Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, who applied
John Hancock was one of the Important people since he contributed in the revolutionary war. Now let me tell you about him. He was born January 23, 1737 in Braintree, Massachusetts. His parents were Reverent John Hancock and Mary Hawke. His father died when he was seven years old. John’s mother later remarries and he was adopted by his paternal uncle and his wife. Years passed and in 1750 he was accepted in Harvard College where he later Graduated in 1754. Right after graduating he started to work for his uncle. In 1764 (uncle) Thomas Hancock died, and he then inherited the shipping business. Not just that he also inherited numbers of properties and thousands of acres of land. At age 27 He became one of the wealthiest men. On August 28, 1775
Andrew Jackson was born in 1767 between North Carolina and South Carolina, the Waxhaws region. His father died before he was even born because of a logging accident. He eventually became an orphan due to the rest of his family dying from war and sickness. He went to local schools and received an elementary education. A little later in life he became a lawyer and eventually bought land which was a big deal back in the day. He also fought in the war of 1812 and was considered a hero after he defeated the British in the Battle of New Orleans. After that he began his role in the government as a senator in Tennessee. That shortly ended after about only one year. He then took his shot at the presidency which he successfully
Steven Shapin proves his thesis throughout the book through the use of primary and secondary sources in his three different sections of the book. The first section is titled “What was it Known?”. In this section, he utilizes important figures such as Galileo and his findings about the heavens and the earth along with Aristotle, Newton, Descartes, Boyle, and others to explain the scientific ideas presented in this time period.
There were many events in his childhood that shaped his abilities to be innovative. He was born on December 25, 1652 at Woolsthorpe Manor, which is just south of Grantham in England. Newton was born into an upper middle class family. Despite being a very weak infant and people’s dismissive behavior towards him, he found ways to greatness. He was an only child and didn’t have a father until the age of three, when his mother got remarried. This gave him lots of free time to read and think deeply about questions. Isaac Newton was very bright and interesting child and young adult. When he went to school for the first time, he was one of the lowest students in his class. It’s not that he wasn’t smart, it’s just that he found school boring. An
Thesis Statement: Throughout his life, Isaac Newton studied, binomial theorem, light, telescopes, theology, natural forces, and optics.
John Hancock made the world a better place in many ways. But he didn't make the world a better place by doing one thing…..he did many things. For example, he was a merchant, statesman and a prominent Patriot of the American Revolutionary War. He also served as president of the Second Continental Congress and was the first and third Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He was one of the most important patriots of the American Revolution. Today he is best known for his signature on the Declaration of Independence.
John Adams, although not as widely known as George Washington or Thomas Jefferson, he has done a lot of work to help America
The founders of the Black Panther Party were community college students Bobby Seale and Huey Newton. The Black Panther Party didn’t want the legitimacy of the U.S government but was part of the global struggle against American imperialism. The party became the center of the revolutionary movement. They had offices in 68 cities in the U.S. and allies around the world. Huey Newton was born in Monroe, Louisiana on February 17, 1942. He was the 7th and youngest child to Walter and Armelia Newton. His mother was a stay at home mom, the child saw that as an act of rebellion because she didn’t work as a domestic servant. Walter Newton his father often said, “You can take a killing but you can’t take a beating.” “One day his father got in an argument
John Adams was born on October 30, 1735, in Braintree, Massachusetts. His mother, Susanna Boylston Adams, was a successor of the Boylstons of Brookline, a protruding family in colonial Massachusetts. His father John Adams Sr. was a town councilman, a Congregationalist, and a farmer. When he was 16 he received a studentship to Harvard university, he advanced in 1775 at the age of 20. He was awarded his master’s degree in 1758, he studied law in the office. In 1770, he decided to signify the British soldiers on trial for the murder of five citizens in what is recognized as the Boston
Sir Issac Newton and Galileo Galilei were two of the most leading scientist of 17th century. Unfortunately, the two were never able to work together as Issac Newton was born the same year Galileo died, 1642. One thing is for sure, between the two there was a storm of scientific revolution under way. I will begin with the earlier revelations of Galileo.
During the Renaissance was spreading in Europe, in 1450s a German scientist Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press, which made him the most influential person of the last thousand years, who put the end of a long evolution in human communication. The most important consequences of the printing press were the expanding knowledge to the world, the spread of religion and the development of science.
developed the theory of relativity, he was a mathematician and he’s greater known in theoretical physics.
During the Age of the Scientific Revolution, scientists such as Isaac Newton shared inventions and discoveries with the world. Newton developed the Scientific Method that not only helped as a process for new findings, but also opened the mind of many thinkers whom started to apply reason to everything, a method that would change the world and define and start