Jean-Michel Basquiat known as the famous artist Basquiat was Born On December 22nd, 1960 in Brooklyn, New york, Basquiat, who eventually became a famous artist . Basquiat was the son of Puerto Rican and Haitian parents, Matilda Andrades and Gerard Basquiat. Basquiat was the second child out of four siblings Max Basquiat, Jean-michel Basquiat, lisane Basquiat , and jeanine basquiat. However, shortly before Jean Michel Basquiat was born , his older brother Max Basquiat had died. When Basquiat was little he always loved to draw. On one incident Basquiat; who was a self taught artist,
On September 19th, 1863 General Braxton Brag from the Confederates met General James Longstreet also from the Confederates at Chickamauga Creek. They devised a plan to defeat the Union General William S. Rosecrans. They wanted to gain back the town of Chattanooga, this land had been taken from them in an earlier battle. The Confederates had 65,000 soldiers and the union had 60,000 soldiers. The battle resumed the next morning at 9:30, the Confederates gained Lt. General Leonidas K. Polk who reorganized the Confederate army. The Union's left flank was targeted, Rosecrans thought that there was a hole in their line, so he ordered Brig. General Thomas Wood to fill it. Wood knew there was no hole, but to prevent from being reprimanded for not listening,
Braxton Bragg was born on March 22, 1817 in North Carolina (History.com). Bragg did not talk about his parents but what we do know is that his dad was a contractor and his mom was arrested for killing a freed slave. Though his parents were not the best, his brother was a politician who helped him get into the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1833 (History.com). He flourished at the academy and graduated one year later, he finished fifth out of fifty soldiers.
Like many communities in Tennessee, Briceville's founding was tied to coal mining. Originally known as Slatestone Hollow, early miners used wagons to haul coal to Knoxville until the railroad connected Knoxville and Coal Creek. In 1888, Calvin Brice, who was then the president of the Lake Erie and Western Railroad
Famous Black Mathematicians: Benjamin Banneker On November 9, 1731, in Ellicott’s Mills, MD, Mary Banneky gave birth to Benjamin Banneker. Benjamin was the son of an ex-slave named Robert, and his mother Mary was the daughter of an Englishwoman named Molly Welsh. The both of his parents were both freed slaves and he was luckily able to escape the torture of slavery as well. His ability to read was taught by his biological grandmother when she’d read him books. He also attended a Quaker school for a very short period of time, but was primarily self-educated. At an early age, he was able to execute making an irrigation system for his family’s farm. He was had the ability to create a wooden clock that was able to compute accurate time for more than 50 years until his passing.
Benjamin Banneker was a famous African American because of his political contributions to society as an astronomer and surveyor. Benjamin Banneker lived during several time periods: Colonization and Settlement, the American Revolution, and The New Nation. During the first time period he lived in, Colonization and settlement, other places tried to avoid slavery by keeping work to the townspeople but that resulted in sloppiness and inaccurate work. On the other hand, the southern states the used slavery were more efficient and neat in their work. Later on, during the American Revolution, the blacks were still oppressed by the americans during their war with britain. During this time the slavery continued and it was legal in all states The next era
The braffalo looks like a zebra and a braffalo , in fact that’s where it got its name from. There are only two more braffalo's in the world because of its unique look, horn’s, and its stripe's. Back in the 1700's there were thousands of braffalo were alive! By the time of the 1800's there were only hundreds of braffalo's. During the 1900's there were down to 80 - 90 left. Now in the 2000 scientist found three braffalo’s and one died a year later. The two are living in the World of animals (for rare animals). Scientist hope they can mate and make babies.
On January 30, 27 year old Alexandre Bissonnette opened fire on a Quebec city Islamic Cultural Center, killing six attendants of the service. He was initially described a “lone wolf”, angering many more semantically minded people, claiming the act was one of terrorism. Bissonnette is described as a far-right nationalist, who called for more strict muslim restrictions and vetting. This one of the many act of violence relating to muslims in Canada, the last being a 2014 shooting of a Canadian soldier by Michael Zehaf-Bibeau. In 2015, a mosque in Ontario was set on fire following the infamous Paris Terrorist attack. There have been, in fact, four mass shootings in Canada since 2014.
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One day in 1893, Pierre Bonaire strolled on the streets of Paris. Many years later, he will be the post-impressionist Zongjiang, founder of the Nabi School of painting and the world, but then, he was just a 26-year-old solo painter. In the street, he helped a girl cross the road, and then occasionally began to chat: she said he was 16 years old, called Mardel de Mellini, first came to Paris, working in the flower shop. Later she became Bonnard's model, and then naturally become the lover of Bonnard.
St. Jean de Brebeuf Michael Graziano Religion: 9 Mr. Ornella St. Jean de Brebeuf was born in Normandy, France, on March 25, 1593. In 1622, Jean was ordained as a priest, after he joined the Society of Jesus. Three years after St. Jean was ordained, he volunteered to go to Quebec, Canada, as a missionary to teach about Christ (Catholic Online). St. Jean de Brebeuf was known for his ability to speak many languages, which made him an excellent choice to be a missionary to New France or Canada.
1. Eduardo Manet is French painter born on January 23rd, 1832 in Paris, France. He was born into a very good family. Both of his parents were renowned in their hometowns, his father was a reputable judge and his mother was of royal ancestry. As a son of a reputable judge, his father expected him to pursue a career in law but, Manet wanted to be an artist and his uncle supported Manet through this journey. One time, they visited the Lourve Museum in Paris and Manet gained more motivation to improve his artistic skills. In 1845, Manet enrolled into a drawing course and later he met a fellow art enthusiast, Antonin Proust, who later became one of his closest friends. His father had other ideas, he forced Manet to sail to Rio de Janeiro to gain
George Boole was an English mathematician and the founder of an algebraic tradition. George Boole worked as a schoolmaster and from the year, 1849 to 1864, he was a professor of mathematics at Queen’s University in Cork Ireland. He was a math genius and also a fine humanitarian.
Georges Braque was less notorized than Picasso. His early paintings of cubism were developed before Picasso’s actual first Cube portrait. Braque stayed true to the cubism style throughout most of his career. There was also more contributors in the art form such as Henri Matisse and Andre Derain. Braque’s masterpiece Violin and Palette to the left was painted in 1909. Braque muted the colors in this portrait and the eye can identify different pieces of the violin through out
The Scarlet Letter (Figure 1) painted by Hugues Merle in 1861 depicts the novel The Scarlet Letter by Nathanial Hawthorne. Hester Prynne, an adulteress forced to wear the letter “A” upon her bosom forever, becomes an outcast from the community with her daughter, Pearl. Merle was often known for painting