Mary Church Terrell was born to her parents Robert Reed Church and Louisa Ayers on September 23, 1863 in Memphis, Tennessee. Mary Church Terrell was known for many things, such as being the first African American woman to obtain a college degree, her advocacy for civil rights, and her book titled, “A Colored Woman in a White World.”
Introduction: Mary Richmond was born in Belleville, Illinois in 1961. She became an orphan at a very young age; she was 4. She had to go live with her grandmother and aunts in Baltimore, Maryland. She grew up in an environment full of social and political discussions because her grandmother was a women’s suffragist. She was home schooled until the age of 11 because her grandmother and aunts did not believe in traditional education. She was very dedicated to reading and she self-taught herself. At the age of 11 she was transferred to a public school and she graduated high school at the age of 16. After she graduated she went to live with one of her aunts in New York until she became very ill and moved to Baltimore, leaving Mary in poverty and all alone. After two years of being in this situation, Mary went back to Baltimore
Mary Lou Retton is the greatest gymnast ever. She was the first American gymnast to win the gold, for male and females. In this paper, I'm going to be telling you about Mary Lou's childhood, her Olympic experience and her achievements.
Mary Abigail Wambach, otherwise known as Abby Wambach, was born on June 2nd, 1980 in Rochester, New York. She is the youngest of 7 children, 4 older brother and 2 older sisters. Her childhood was filled with playing whatever sports her older siblings were playing. Even though she was the youngest she was still able to be compete with her older siblings and their friends. In high school she focused on her two favorite sports basketball and soccer. The first heartbreak of her playing career game came during her senior year of high school soccer. During the state Championship game her team blew a 3-0 lead and eventually lost 4-3. While Abby scored two goals in this game, she still considers this one of the biggest disappoints of her playing career.
Would the advances of today be up to such standards without the writings of history? Diary’s and books show the way of life along with what did and did not work. Women such as Martha Ballard and Mary Jemison gave an insight into their life that would have not been accessible to the world we know.
Mary Fields was born in 1834 and she passed away in 1914. Mary Fields was the very first African-American women to carry the mail. Mary Fields was born into slavery while she lived in Tennessee, she stopped being a slave when the war ended and slavery had been outlawed. Mary Fields was also known as Stagecoach Mary or Black Mary, she was also an American pioneer. After slavery was outlawed she then began to work for Judge Edmund Dunne in her home. When Mary was a slave her original owner was Judge Edmund Dunne and after slavery was outlawed she still proceeded to work for and with her. Mary Fields was a female African-American pioneer. Mary Fields was said to be one of the most colorful characters in the history of the Great Plains it's also been said that she was six feet tall and she weighed over 200 pounds. She also
Mary Sorrells was born on December 23, 1963 at Kings Daughters Hospital in Staunton, Virginia. She was the middle child in a family of four brothers, and four sisters. At the age of eighteen, she graduated high school, and worked in a factory while obtaining a nursing license. On September 3, 1983, she married Gary Spangler in a Pentecostal church in Staunton, Virginia. Thirteen years later, on March 12, 1997, Mary gave birth to her first child (Jacob) at Rockingham Memorial Hospital in Harrisonburg, Virginia, where our journey begins. So, after fifty-one years of maturing into a wise adult, this is what this five foot tall woman is today.
Mary White Rowlandson was a colonial American who was held captive by Algonkian Indians during King Philip's War. She was born in 1637 in Somerset, England. Her parents brought her along with her nine siblings to the colonies when she was young. Her parents were John and Joan White and she married Reverend Joseph Rowlandson in 1656. Their first child, Mary, died after her third birthday and they had three other children named Joseph, Mary, and Sarah.
I am Mary warren and Mary Warren, confessed Salem witch, born may 25,1675 in Water-town, Middle-sex, Massachusetts I married Joseph Pierce December 30, 1698 in Water-town, Middle-sex, Massachusetts.In Salem I am the oldest of the group of girls who are led by Abigail Williams. I am an indentured servant of john and Elizabeth proctor.Mary goes through great lengths to avoid punishment and persecution.Mary warren is weak and feeble and scared and she is the most frightened by this situation.Mary Warren died September 10, 1732 in Water-town, Middle-sex, Massachusetts.
Mary Jane McLeod Bethune was an American educator and life rights leader best known for starting a private school for African-American students in Daytona Beach, Florida. She was born on July 10, 1875 in Maysville, SC. She went to school at bible institute for home and foreign missions. It is now moody bible institute. She also went to scotia seminary which is now barber-scotia College. For nearly a decade she worked as an educator. She married fellow teacher Albertus Bethune in 1898. Bethune believed that education provided the key to racial advancement. To that end, Bethune founded the Daytona normal and industrial institute
Mary Haydock, now formally known as Mary Reibey was born on the 12th May 1777 (source 1) and was raised by her grandmother after both her parents died when Mary was of a young age. Mary was convicted of horse stealing at the age of 13 and was to be sent to Australia for seven years (source 1). Being sent away from her family and in particular her grandmother, meant that Mary was alone and isolated from the people that she would have felt most comfortable around. This lack of belongingness may have caused Mary Reibey depression which was common for convicts of such a young age.
On February 10, 1676 a dreadful event hit the settlers of Lancaster. The Narragansett Indians attacked and killed countless people and destroyed several houses. One of the men they killed begged for his life and even offered them money. The Indians didn’t pay any attention to him and hit him on the head with a hatchet, then proceeded to strip him of his clothes. Throughout this account Mary Rowlandson show an amazing trust and reliance in God.
Her name is Mary Todd Lincoln. In the 1800's they had to ride horse's or they would have to use boats if they needed to get places. Another thing is most girls often spent their time milking cows or goats. Mary had a very had a good education. It was hard to get a really good education but she got through it. In this paper you will learn about Mary and how it was easy and hard in her life. Also you'll learn about her life, and her marriage. Another thing is what she did for a living.
Liz Loecher is our newest addition to the food and beverage team, she comes to us from Finca in downtown Salt Lake. A native of California, Liz attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, which gave her both a bachelors and a healthy love of mountains. In 2008 this passion took her to Alaska to ski for “just one season”, that season lasted almost nine years.