English III Elizabeth I I, Overview Elizabeth I (known simply as "Elizabeth" until the accession of Elizabeth II; 7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603) was queen regnant of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death. Sometimes called "The Virgin Queen", "Gloriana" or "Good Queen Bess", Elizabeth was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty. The daughter of Henry VIII, she was born a princess, but her mother, Anne Boleyn, was executed two and a half years after her birth.
The Decision “Wake up, wake up!” says my owner, Eliza Emerson. She has been my owner ever since her husband, my old owner, died. I have been a slave my whole life and when our old owner died I thought that maybe our new owner Eliza, would set us free if I paid her. She actually liked me here and liked the earnings she got for paying me out. What I thought I could do after she said no was go to court. When our old owner died we had already lived in a free state so I thought that since I lived in a free state I was free.
Speak Now As I sit here working on my homework it is routine to put on my music to get me through it. My selection of music isn't too large because there is only one person I choose to listen to, Taylor Swift. This outstanding artist receives a tremendous amount of disrespect and hate from uneducated people who don't understand what a true role model she is. Over the course of Ms. Swift's current music career, she has faced a harsh journey to get where she is at and deserves to be looked at as a role model to everyone. She has clearly shown that dedication and staying true to yourself is key to success. As stated in her new hit single, Shake it off “the haters gonna hate hate hate hate hate”.
Did you know there was a young woman that was a nurse in the battlefield? Her name was Clara Barton.she was born December 25 1821 and died on April 12 1821.Sins a child Clara devoted her life for others and always was nice.And when Clara was done teaching some men would ask her if she wanted to marry them but Clara said no to all of them because she was independent.
Clara Barton was born on December 25, 1821 in Massachusetts. She was born into a family of four, two brothers and two sisters. Her parents were Stephan and Sarah Barton, a militia man and a home maker. Stephan was a non-commissioned officer in the French and Indian Wars, which made his soilder habits and tastes hard to dismiss. He had a love for horses and became one of the first to introduce blooded stocks, with large lands in England, he raised his own colts and highlanders. He told Clara many war stories, he even drew maps, made models of battles and explained war strategies. Some of her first memories are of thunder storm which looked like a whole heaven full of angry rams , marching down upon her.1
Clara Barton Clara Barton's real name is “Clarissa Harlowe Barton.” I chose her is because she is a very strong and independent woman, especially for her time period. She saved many lives and risked her own in doing so. She would go through the battlefields to help save wounded soldiers. At
Although many African Americans fought for their rights in the 1960’s, Daisy Bates has a ever lasting place in Arkansas history. This is the story of how she made her mark in Arkansas history.
Elizabeth Pinckney is perhaps one of the most influential people when it comes to agriculture in the early U.S. as she established indigo as a new cash crop, first for South Carolina, then the rest of the South. Her discovery and the tests that she conducted in botany helped the
Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton, born on August 28, 1774, in New York, New York, was the first native-born American to be canonized by the Roman Catholic Church. St. Elizabeth grew up in the upper class of society. She was a voracious reader and studied everything from the Bible to modish books. Despite her higher class ranking in society, her childhood was very tranquil and uncomplicated. As she got older, the Bible became her guide and motivation, she continued to admire the Scriptures for the rest of her life. In 1794, Elizabeth married William Seton, a wealthy young man whom she fell in love with. The first few years of her marriage were joyous and prosperous until many deaths and unfortunate events occurred. The Setons moved to Italy due to
Jane Addams was born September 6, 1860 In Cedarville, Illinois. He father was very well known man and he was good friends with Abraham Lincoln. She was born to an affluent state senator and businessman who knew his way around the politics. When Jane graduated from a Female Seminary in 1881, she traveled and eventually attended medical school. In 1889 she opened her of first settlement in the United States and in North America. The Hull House provided services for immigrants and for the poor living in the Chicago area. The organization began to grow over the years and it began to expand into 10 buildings that included programs such as educational, art gallery, child care, social programs, and public kitchen. While serving those at the Hull House
American Civil Rights Activist Amelia Platts was born on August 18th, 1911 in Savannah, Georgia. She had nine siblings, of her parents George and Anna Platts. She had Cherokee and German ancestry. As a young girl her and her family attended church and she later became interested in Women’s Suffrage and started campaigning. Amelia had 4 children of her own.
Nursing is defined in journal articles as protection, promotion, and optimization of health, prevention of illness, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations. Nurses save lives daily and are important members of health care system. They monitor patients, determine what patients need, and provide care. The nursing profession is rich with various contributors in the areas of research, education, and practice, as well as roles. In her book “Ordered to Care” (1987) , Susan Reverby describes nursing as the order in a society that refuses to value caring. However, with the obligation to care, nurses have tried to determine how they would provide care, be it at bedside or at legislative laws, Clara Barton was
The game of Abigail has been played by people all over the world and many have suffered the consequences of playing with Abigail. Many say Abigail is just a myth some say they’ve seen her in the corner of their bedroom with blood covered all over her white long dress. Yet no one really knows the truth about the 9 year old girl who comes out to play because of the famous game. To come in contact with Abigail you need 4 candles, a camera and a spiritual board. It’s better to play in 4 because it’s easier to see in whose body she jumps in. Abigail loves to come out and play she writes little messages in blood; she loves the attention and making you feel bad for the way she was killed and will make you suffer the way she did. If you play in fours
Elizabeth Cary was an English poet, translator and dramatist. She was born in 1583 in England. She was known by her learning and knowledge of language from a young age. She educated herself many languages such as Latin, Hebrew, French, Italian and Spanish. Her family forbidden her from reading, so
Elizabeth Taylor (February 27, 1932 - March 23, 2011) was an English-born American actress. She was a child star at the beginning, and then throughout her adulthood, she became known for her acting talent, glamour and beauty, especially her blue and purple eyes, as well as a much publicized private life,