“Drop the money!” “Give being me the bags!” Harry Longabaugh was an infamous train car crook. He grew up in Mount Clare, Pennsylvania. Born 1867, his parents were Josiah Longabaugh and Annie Longabaugh. He also had a brother S.G. Longabaugh who wasn’t an infamous outlaw unlike Harry. Before he became an outlaw, when he was 14 he got a job at his cousin 's ranch in Cortez, Colorado. After a giant blizzard that wiped out his cousin 's ranch he turned to a life of crime. There isn 't too much known about Harry 's family but when he was 15 years old he left his family for good and moved out forever.
Drake grew up in Plymouth to the Hawkins family. The Hawkins family worked as merchants and privateers . Around the age of eighteen Drake went to sea for the first time on the Hawkins family fleet. Drake earned command of his own ship in the 1560s and named it the Judith.
The malicious officials of the United States Postal Service are depriving Disabled Veteran Ralph Timberlake of home and property mail delivery service at 2117 Atkins Drive, Huntsville, Alabama 35810. Disabled Veteran Timberlake has requested information pursuant to the denial of the United States Postal Service’s home and property delivery to 2117 Atkins Drive, Huntsville, Alabama, to no avail. Disabled veteran Timberlake has requested an impartial due process hearing, again his request was ignored. Editor, do not property owners and homeowners have a right to receive United States Postal Service’s home and property mail delivery service, under the Private Express Statute, as their next door neighbors? Editor, is it not a question of equity?
Crispus Attucks By:Avry Anderson Did you know that Crispus Attucks was a free slave. Crispus Attucks was born in 1723 in Framingham MA. In this paper you will learn about crispus Attucks childhood education how they impacted the revolutionary war and other interesting facts. Like he was a sea merchant for 10 years. Crispus Attucks had a very early interesting live.when he was little he was born on the plantation then he was sent to america .He was bought for ten pounds of weed.
This article is a description of Sir Francis Drake’s voyage, detailing the specific events that transpired throughout the voyage. Throughout this paper I will be comparing and contrasting these two voyages. Sir Francis Drake and Ferdinand de Magellan both had a fleet of five ships that accompanied them on their voyage. In both voyages only one of the ships survived with most of the crew being either lost of dead. Both Drake and Magellan had some trouble with their crew.
Edward Teach known as Blackbeard, was a notorious English pirate who operated around West Indies and Eastern Coast of the American Colonies. Although little is known about his early life, he was probably born in Bristol, England. Blackbeard had as many as fourteen wives and he had thirteen children. Blackbeard would plunder merchants ship,board them, and steal all of the gold, jewels, coins, food, liquor, and weapons. It was said that Blackbeared’s appearence alone was enough to cause the enemy to surrender.
Crispus was born into slavery. His father was already a slave, his name was Prince Yogner, and his mother was a Natick Indian given an American name, Nancey Attucks. Him, his mother, and father lived in Framingham Massachusetts outside of Boston. As a young man Crispus was never afraid of the downfalls of being an African American man who was very
The threat of Repercussions The threat of repercussions prokoke fear and, therfore, a reaction of obedience in many individuals. The impact of having set ramifications for misbehavior is crucial to ones’ upbringing: The effects when none are in place can can be detrimental. The consequences of Wes Moore’s decisions in comparison to the other Wes Moore, having an absence of any, leads to the success of one and failure of the other.
Eventually, these men did set up a colony. They called it Charles Town in honor of King Charles II. This colony wasn’t handed to them on a silver platter, though. They had to suffer hardships such as new never before seen terrain, vicious wildlife, and an unknown disease that would wipe out hundreds. Only the skilled and lucky survived in Charles Town The largest concern to most about settling in the New World was the unfamiliar land.
Tremaine Townsend, born December 11, 1986 at Sharps Hospital, San Diego, CA, he is my only son, I decided to write about someone who is near and dear to my heart. I am very proud of my son he has been a blessing to me and has made me so proud to be a father. Tremaine was always an exceptional basketball player. He played first string his freshman and sophomore year at North High School here in Phoenix, AZ. During that time Tremaine grew maybe a couple of inches, from 5’10” to 6’0” tall, no major growth spurt but that summer Tremaine grew 6 inches, now that is major.
Jason Williams was born on October 17, 1986 (currently 31 years old), in Rotterdam, Netherlands. His father, Thomas Williams, is an African American and a practicing Catholic from Brooklyn, New York, and worked as a school teacher. Jason Williams mother, Sandra Williams is a white Catholic from the Netherlands who worked as an English teacher and florist. He is their only child. Jason Williams parents divorced when he was five years old. After the divorce, he and his mother remained in Rotterdam, Netherlands while his father chose to return to Brooklyn, New York in order to find a way to supplement himself financially. As a child, he witnessed his father 's arrest while visiting him in Brooklyn. His father later wrote a book, detailing the events that had occurred following his departure from Jason’s early life. Jason was raised in the city 's working-class west end, until the sixth grade.
Henry Wirz was perhaps one of the most controversial people involved in the Civil War. Many people saw him as a monster, the man responsible for the numerous deaths at the Andersonville Prison, while others thought he was just a scapegoat for the higher-ups, the man blamed for their mistakes. The only man hung for Civil War crimes, Henry Wirz was charged with the slaughter of over 13,000 of the prisoners who were kept in the Andersonville Prison. But where did his story begin?
Wes Pomeroy was the head of security at Woodstock. He originally said no to helping out with the event, but after Stanley Goldstein, director of operations, told him the reason for the event and the goal they were trying to reach, Pomeroy agreed to help out because he believed in what they were trying to accomplish (Makower, 1989, p. 60). Pomeroy was a highway patrolman, World War II veteran, and a chief deputy in California for years. He agreed to help with Woodstock without using violence of any kind because they wanted this to be a peaceful event (Makower, 1989, p.61) Throughout the event, Pomeroy tells about all the drug use, how dirty everything was, sexual freedoms and how happy everyone was. (Makower, 1989, p. 155). Wes felt nothing
The only evidence of the colony was the words “Croatoan” carved into a nearby tree. The “Lost Colony” is one of the most famous and significant English colonies. In the New World it was the first English settlement. The settlers attempted to meet ends with the local Native Americans and gained many new tactics that would later help future colonies and settlements survive. Unfortunately to this day, no historian has been able to pinpoint where the English Colony had disappeared