Anne frank was a thirteen year old girl who lived in Amsterdam with her family in World War One. She was born on June 12,1929, in Furtland, Germany. Anne and her family moved to Amsterdam, Netherland, in the fall of 1933. Anne had two parents and one sibling. Her parents were Otto and Edith Frank.
She did most of the household chores such as cooking and knitting blankets. Cooking and knitting where her favorite. She was taught by her mother for 3 years before she went to a private school. Which was payed for by Rosa, cleaning classrooms. Later she dropped out of high school when her mother got seriously ill.
=Biography of Jane Elliott== Jane Elliott was born on May 27, 1933, in Riceville, Iowa, on the Elliott family farm. She was the fourth of five offspring to an Irish-American father and her mother. They did not have electricity or running water on the farm until 1943 and she attended school in the city’s one-room schoolhouse. Elliot received a Bachelors from the University of Iowa. Bloom, 2005
In the Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life, Barbara Kingsolver 's family, which consisted of her husband, Steven L. Hopp, and her two daughters, Camille and Lily used to live in Tucson, Arizona but Kingsolver began to feel that they had an unnecessary drain on local resources, especially water. The family had always owned property in the Appalachia region and visited the property every summer. One year they decided to move to their property in the Appalachia permanently around when Lily was entering third grade and Camille was a year away from going to college. The move inspired a year-long experiment which was aiming to eat only local food. Kingsolver claims the reasons for the dramatic switch in their diet was to eat food with
Biography Of Mae Jemison Mae Jemison’s Childhood Mae C. Jemison was born on October 17, 1956, in Decatur, Alabama. She was the youngest child of Charlie Jemison, a roofer and a carpenter, and Dorothy (Green) Jemison, a teacher. The family, including Jemison 's sister Ada and brother Charles, moved to Chicago, Illinois, in search of better schools.
Rolling Acres Care Center RESIDENT NAME: ___JANE DOE___________________________________ ROOM # ___210____ RESIDENT # ____12345________________ THERAPEUTIC RECREATION - RESIDENT INITIAL ASSESSMENT Evaluation: Background Information: Mrs. Jane Doe is an 87-year-old woman. Her admission date is 4/15/2016. She was born in Avoca, Iowa on September 14th, 1928.
Born as Irena Krzyżanowska on February 15, 1910 to two Catholic parents Dr.Stanisław Krzyżanowski, a physician, and his wife, Janina, Irena was taught from a very young age to help anyone and everyone who is in need. Irena 's father treated many patients during his career, a majority of them were Jews, so, after his death in 1917, Jewish community leaders helped Irenas mother pay for Irenas education. Irena studied Polish literature at Warsaw University. She was suspended for three years from the university as a result of her public protest about the
Early life Miep Gies was born Hermine Santrouschitz (Santrouschitz in Dutch) on February 15, 1909, in Vienna, Austria, the second daughter of working-class Austrian parents. Because there was little work and food shortages were frequent in the wake of World War I, Hermine was accepted into a Dutch program for malnourished children.
The first 3 years of her life she lived with her grandmother on a farm in Mississippi. Her mother had to move North to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to try and find work. Once she secured a job she planned on moving Oprah up there with her (Fry). While living in Mississippi she was abused often by her grandmother. Oprah remembered that she was once whipped for placing her fingers in a bucket of water she had gotten from the well.
For my observation this semester I am working with Riley , a student at a local Early Childhood Center . She is a 3 and one month old girl who lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia and goes to a child care center in an area outside Philadelphia. She has been attending the early childhood center since she was a few months old and has a sibling who attends, too. At her school now she is in the late 2 year old or toddlers classroom for which she is the one of the oldest in her classroom, but will stay there until January. From what I got from her in my conversations, she lives with her mother, father and older sister and is taken to school daily by her grandma or “Nanna” with her sister.
Amilia’s adventure Amilia Earheart was from Kansas. She was the first child of three. As she grew up her dad had a drinking problem so Amilia and her family moved to Chicago. Then in 1917 she went to visit her sister in Canada and came across injured soldiers. So Amilia went back to school to become a nurse.
She was the face of hope for my entire childhood. Although I was not alive when Jacob went missing, Minnesotans of all generations never forgot Jacob. Every anniversary of his disappearance, Patty Wetterling would address the public to never stop looking for Jacob. Jacob’s remains were found
Rosa Louise McCauley Parks was born February 4th 1913 in Tuskegee Alabama. Her Mother Leona was a teacher and father James McCauley was a carpenter. She completed high school at the age of twenty and married Raymond Parker a Barber in 1932, she had no children. She had one sibling, a brother called Sylvester. Rosa had many jobs which included been a secretary in the NAACP, a seamstress in a local department store and in the summer of 1955 she attended the highlander Folk school, an education centre for activism in workers’ rights and racial equality in Monteagle
Emmett Louis Till, nicknamed Bobo, was born on July 25, 1941, in Chicago, Illinois. Till was raised by his single mother, Mamie Till, and never knew his father, due to the couple’s separation and his father’s untimely death by execution. At the age of 5, Emmett caught a severe case of polio but made a full recovery, leaving him with a somewhat noticeable stutter. Growing up, he spent the majority of his days taking care of the house while his mother worked long hours balancing two jobs. He attended the all-black school of McCosh Grammar School.
Due to her parents dying and having no other family members around, Maggie Mae was put in the foster system. She hopped from home to home, eventually landing at Mr. Simms house, which is point two. She was twelve years old when she lived at Mr. Simm’s house, which is 6 years before the book. He abused her, but she stayed and didn’t tell anyone since his wife cooked really good southern meals and she was hardly fed in other homes.