She married him in 1844 they had no children. She decided to escape slavery in 1849.When she told her husband the news he said “If you leave I will tell your owner and never forgive you”. She chose to go anyway because she didn’t care what he said. Two of her brothers went with her their names were Henry and Ben Ross. A couple of hours after they left the brothers thought that this was a bad idea.
Annie cherished education and went to the religious school in Provo Utah. There she met her husband Myron Tanner. Annie was the second wife of Mr. Tanner and would not except marriage without first talking to his first wife Jennie. Because of new laws being past by the U.S. government polygamy was illegal in the territory. Knowing this Annie still married Mr. Tanner on December 27th, 1883.
Jeannette Rankin was born on June 11, 1880, near Missoula, Montana. She was the eldest daughter to schoolteacher Olive Pickering and rancher John Rankin. She had 5 younger sisters and one younger brother. In 1902, she graduated with a bachelors degree in biology from the University of Montana. Following after her mother, she then temporarily worked for one year as a schoolteacher in addition,Rankin then tried several more occupations including seamstress.
Even though none of Janie’s three marriages were perfect, I noticed that her third husband, Tea Cake, was the finest husband that Janie had throughout her lifetime. I can to this realization when Janie mentioned in the book that Tea Cake was her real first love. Throughout their twelve years of marriage, Tea Cake taught her to find ultimate happiness and understanding in herself.. Whereas Logan treated her like a pet and Jody silenced her, Tea Cake encouraged her personality and introduced her to new skills and experiences.
Ruth married Charles in 1932 caring for his three children(including pete) and then they had some of their own children (including mike and peggy). she soon started to arrange and transcribe folk song Ruth was able to work with her husband and Alan Lomax on several books and soon published on of her own book of songs for children the influential "American Folksongs For Children" in 1948. two years later she was diagnosed with cancer and she died in
She was the oldest of four children. “Alice’s father was a successful businessman and, as the president of the Burlington County Trust Company in Moorestown, NJ, earned a comfortable living” (Carol, Myers, Lindman, n.d., Early Life section, par. 1). Hicksite Quakers “stressed separation from the burgeoning
The children brought smiles and tears to the Clevelands. ‘’The Clevelands had five children: Ruth, Esther, Marion, Richard F., and Francis’’ (Handlin 671). The expansion of the family also delighted the nation. ‘’Esther Cleveland was the first and only child of a President to be born in the White House’’ (Handlin 671). Although majority of the news about the Cleveland’s family delighted the nation, some did not. ‘’Cleveland lost his oldest daughter, Ruth Cleveland, due to diphtheria at age 12’’ (Paxson 207). Even through the worst times, Cleve;and never got discouraged.
In one such way, the Vikings invaded France and met next to no opposition. This was due to the weak government in which the King sat on a pedestal and took weeks to respond to imminent danger. Eventually the French citizens realized that this system did nothing for protection and only made them weaker.
The oldest of two children Oskar’s father, Hans Schindler, was a farm equipment manufacturer. His mother, Louisa, was a housewife. Oscar and his sister, Elfriede attended a German school where he was popular though not a great student. Not taking the opportunity to attend college he went to trade school. After leaving school her started taking odd jobs.
However, due to the poor execution and non participation of the defeated Germany the treaty only fostered future tensions and set the stage for another world war. The Great War, which it was referred to at the time, began with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand the heir of the Austria-Hungarian empire in Bosnia in 1914.Due to the alliance system between the European countries and the huge build up of militaries the event triggered a war so massive that about hundred countries participated in the fighting. The countries were divided between the Allies and the Central Powers.
No one really knows what happen between them. Henrietta and Day shared a bedroom and that 's when they started to date. After few months that 's when Henrietta and Day had their first baby boy name Lawrence. After four years they had another baby girl name Elsie.
In 1854, Theodore Weld started the Eagleswood School where both the Grimké sisters taught and were administrators. The school went on, until it failed two years after its conception. In 1863, the family moved back to Boston to continue teaching. In 1868, Angelina and Sarah discovered that their brother, Henry had fathered children with his personal slave, Nancy Weston. He had three children, Archibald, John and Francis James Grimké, who he acknowledge as all of his children.
In the late 19th century “The European leaders believed that by creating a balance of power they could prevent such horror. This idea was that if all the counties had balanced strengths that nobody could dominate the rest. There was a wide-spread of wars due to the sharing of the boarders. The triple alliance was fought in France and in Russia. It was the war that started all the Alliances.