Eva Lopez passed away on July 3, 2015 at her home in Santa Cruz Ca with her beloved husband and family by her side. Eva was born in Mission, Texas on June, 16 1929 to Alfredo and Jovita V. Rangel. Eva married the love of her life Bonifacio Lopez on September 10th 1955 in Mission Texas. They had 8 children together, 6 boys and 2 girls. The couple had moved to Santa Cruz Ca in 1958 to raise their family. The love that Mrs. Lopez shared with her husband was inspirational, they were completely in love, they would always hold each other, say I love you and give sweet kisses. Their love was the kind of love everyone dreams of. Eva was the true definition of a mother, she loved each and every one of her children unconditionally, she always put others before herself. She had a strong belief in faith. She would religiously read her bible morning, noon and night and prayed for those she loved. She was an exceptional cook, enjoyed knitting and had a green thumb for gardening. Eva enjoyed spending time with her family, watching her grandchildren and great grandchildren grow, and loved when her husband would serenade her with the accordion. Eva had the most generous heart, and touched many lives with her presence. Her family and friends will
In Florida and across the nation there are countless men and women who work to serve and protect us every day. Countless Hispanic-Americans have gone the extra mile to make Florida admirable place to live, including Maria Andreu. Maria Andreu made her mark as a Hispanic-American because she took up the responsibilities of her husband, she willing worked many laborious tasks, and represented herself as not only a Hispanic American, but also as a woman.
Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States, was an American founding father who positively shaped our country and impacted the American people. He was a spokesman for democracy, which allows the people to have their voices be heard for policies regarding the government. His views opposed a strong centralized government and helped show the potential of states rights. Jefferson was a powerful advocate for liberty and was well educated, benefitting him when writing the Declaration of Independance. He communicated well with others, which put him in the position of negotiating trade with other countries and gaining alliances. Jefferson was not known for
Sarah Breedlove which name she was born into on 12/23/1867 in Delta Louisiana on a cotton plantation.Sarah Breedlove parents name was Minerva and Owen Breedlove.Sarah Breedlove had 5 siblings.In all 6 kids Owen and Minerva had,Sarah Breedlove was the first one to be born-free.Sarah Breedlove was born-free because she was born around the war of 1812.
Leisure at the turn of the twentieth century was a new found type of freedom and entertainment, not only for the children, but for the entire family. It was a way for numerous families to spend quality time together but in a more modern and convenient way. Entertainment before the twentieth century consisted of household entertainment, such as board games, and “backyard games” like tennis, and football amongst others. When compared to leisure in the twentieth century, many of these activities were seen as “outdated”, as more and more people started to adopt the new ways of entertainment. Some examples were the openings of catalogs, sports, cinemas, amusement parks.
Imagine being separated from your family when you’re only eight years old. Imagine spending seven months in a 4x6 hole in the ground while being chased by Nazis. This is what Lola Rein endured during the Holocaust.
This project is about a brave woman who survived the Holocaust.Eva Galler was born in january 1,1924 and she died on january 5,2006. She was the oldest of eight children.Her father,Israel Vagel,was the head of the jewish community in their town.Eva’s family were well off compared to the other.Eva,unlike most girls at the time,she went to high school,educated herself and got employed at the local office as a secretary.
Vanessa Williams is a sixty three year old female of African Canadian descent. Pre-existing medical conditions include, rheumatoid arthritis and gestational diabetes. Surgical history consists of a cesarian section during the birth of her first child in 1986 as well as a knee arthroscopy after fracturing it during a biking accident in 2000. There is no history of blood transfusion and any other comorbidity.
Marie Daly is a famous biochemist who had to overcome dual hurdles of racial and gender bias to peruse her lifelong love of chemistry. Marie had to undergo judgment from her being a woman and trying to become a scientist, which was a male dominated occupation and also had to endure racism because she was an African American. Marie made many scientific discoveries that we are lucky to have today.
Civil Disobedience has been around for hundreds of years. This a practice first put into play by a man by the name of Henry David Thoreau who believed that if you didn’t agree with a rule then you should act against it in a nonviolent way, and be willing to accept any punishment that comes with it. His teachings were followed by famous activists such as Ghandi, and Martin Luther King Jr., and many others.
Louise Erdrich was born the first of seven children on June 7, 1954. Her mother was a Chippewa Native American and her father was German American (Fields). Erdrich was raised in Wahpeton, North Dakota where she was raised to value and preserve the Chippewa culture. Her family was considered eccentric by the community, and both of her parents taught at a Bureau of Indian Affairs boarding school. Her grandfather Patrice Gourneau, Who was tribal Chair of the Turtle Mountain Reservation, taught her about the Chippewa culture and religion (ic.galegroup.com). After attending high school, Erdrich enrolled in Dartmouth College where she met fellow writer, Micheal Dorris, and in 1981, they married (school.ed.com). Dorris and Erdrich went on to write
Anna Christine is a 13 year-old singer from Henderson, Nevada. When she was 10 years-old, she competed on "America's Got Talent". She stated that she spends a lot of time playing the piano. She also stated that playing the piano is cathartic for her. Whenever she gets frustrated or upset, she goes to her piano.
Jane Goodall would have a naturalistic intelligence because she recognizes the patterns in nature. Goodall understands animals so precisely. She was very connected with the chimps she studied for 55 years in Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania. She was very sensitive towards the chimps, and appreciated every aspect of them. She knew how to interact with them because she observed them for so long. This gave her the chance to know what she could do with the chimps and what they would not like. This is why I think Jane Goodall is a naturalist.
Maria Mitchell was born on August 1st, 1818 in Nantucket, Massachusetts.She was born one of nine children to Quaker parents. Her father helped her study astronomy in her free time. Her father saw Maria’s interest in astronomy and taught her how to use a telescope.
Marie Curie was born, Maria Sklodowska on November 7, 1867. She grew up in Warsaw, Poland. She would become famous for her research on radioactivity. Marie Curie was the first woman to ever win a Nobel prize, and the first ever to win two Nobel prizes. She is most famous for the discovery of Radium and Polonium. Her work not only influenced the development of fundamental science, but also began a new era in medical research and treatment.