Rutherford Birchard Hayes, the nineteenth president of the United States of America had many profound accomplishments before setting out on the campaign trail in 1876. Rutherford was born on October 4, 1822 in Delaware, Ohio, by his mother Sophia who had lost her husband, Rutherford’s father ten weeks earlier. Rutherford grew up in a house full of love and faith, which helped to smooth the rough times of growing up without a father, as well as losing two siblings. Rutherford earned the nickname “Rud” as he was growing up in Delaware, unable to play and socialize with other kids his age until he was seven years old due to his frail and unstable health in early years. With Rud couped up around the Hayes household for many of his early years,
The Dirty Dozen The Dirty Dozen is a historical fiction film, released in 1967. It won an Oscar for Best Effects, Sound Effects. The film also received three Oscar nominations and one Golden Globe nomination. The Dirty Dozen was directed by Robert Aldrich. Robert Aldrich started his film career in 1941 as a production clerk at RKO pictures, he worked his way up and in the mid 1950’s created his own production company.
Also, he was awarded for writing his books. He got Grammy Award for Best Country Song (1970 - A boy named sue), Grammy Award for Best Album for Children (1985 - Where the sidewalk ends), and Quill Award for Children’s Illustrated book (2005, runny rabbit). He also did many famous works. His most famous works were Where the Sidewalk ends in 1974, A boy named Sue in 1969, and The Giving Tree in 1964.
Rita Dove is a United States Poet Laureate and successful contemporary poet. She has written for decades with her first published work being in 1980. She has written about many topics over the course of her career and throughout many major events which shape the poems she writes. Additionally she has received many varied criticisms from many people on both specific poems and her writing in general. Rita Dove was born in Akron Ohio on August 28th, 1952.
Antwone Fisher is a male, who is approximately fifty-eight years old. His mother, Eva Mae Fisher was an inmate at the time of his birth and his father Eddie Elkins was deceased at the time of Antowne’s birth. Upon birth Antwone was placed in a foster home up until the age of two and then was placed in another home with Reverend Ulysses Pickett and his wife. During his placement at this foster home (from 1961 to 1979) Antwone endured physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. To escape this pain Antwone was imaginative and creative spending time alone in his room.
He was born in Boston, as a second child in family, and then he was orphaned in tragic circumstances which are his father leaving the family, and his mother dying right after. He was getting into adulthood while taken into care by Allan family, although they have never adopted him. Poe attended University of Virginia, but after one semester he left because of lack of money, which occasionally led him to join the Army in 1827. That was the year of the beginning of his career, because eventually he wrote collection of poems under title :“Tamerlane and Other Poems” and
In the book A Raisin In The Sun a family is living in a run down apartment with three rooms and a bathroom that they share with many other families in the building. The family was an African American family, and in the civil rights movement African American families in that time didn 't get much at all. House prices were outrages along with horrible living conditions. Some members of the family didn 't have the same type of life as the others including the daughter Beneatha and Walter. She wants to go to college to be a doctor
Meadowlark Lemon’s wife, Dr. Cynthia Lemon confirmed that he passed away at his home in Scottsdale, Arizona. He was born in the area known as Jim Crow South and was raised by his aunt and uncle because his parents went their separate ways. He wasn’t sure what he wanted to do with his life until he was 11-years-old. At that time, he saw a newsreel featuring the Harlem Globetrotters. Meadowlark Lemon wrote in
Kevin Gates was born on February 5, 1986, in Baton Rouge, LA. Gates was born in a single parent household. Like any other kid who grew up in the Ghetto, Gates grew up around drugs, alcohol and gangs. When Gates mom married his step-dad, Gates was never treated equal as his younger siblings. When Gates finally decided to follow the right path, was because of his Grandfather.
this led to the adoption of David, King's older brother, in 1945 (Baughhan 13). The Kings were a typical family until one night, Donald king abandoned the family with no justification, king was two years old (Baughhan 13). with no warning, Ruth King was left to care for the family alone (Baughan 13). They traveled around many different states in order for Miss King to provide for the family, in 1958 they settled down in Durham (Baughan 13). King attended fifth and sixth grade in a one-room school house (Baughan
In the memoir, The Color of Water, McBride uses events from his childhood to explain why his adulthood turned out the way it did. McBride went through many things in his childhood. McBride had eleven other siblings, and he was the eighth one. From him losing his father, to his mother never really recovering from his death. That is when everything started going downhill for him.