Anson Jones was an important part of the annexation of Texas. Without the help of Anson, it wouldn’t have been possible for Texas to be annexed to the U.S.
Charlie Evan was born in New Orleans on July 1, 1985 to Lawrence and Isabella Dalca. His father was the owner of a successful boxing gym located in the Quarter and his mother worked as a part-time waitress at a small diner. At the time of Charlie's birth, the Dalca parents were having marital issues and Isabella was quite firm in her want to leave NOLA and return to New York where she herself had been raised and where her family still remained. It seemed as though she planned to take her newborn son and make the move, with or without her husband. Knowing it was a losing battle and not wanting his family to be torn apart, Lawrence reluctantly agreed to leave his own hometown and make the move for his wife and son. He sold his gym to a close relative and used the money to fund their move.
It is time for The Bachelorette 2016 with JoJo Fletcher and fans can't wait for this season to start. One fan favorite has already been decided, and that is football player Jordan Rodgers. He happens to be the brother of Aaron Rodgers. Reality Steve went to his blog and shared details all about Jordan Rodgers. You will get your chance to meet Jordan when The Bachelorette starts airing on Monday, May 23.
Born to Edward Lee Bush Sr. and Irene Pinckney, daddy was the youngest of thirteen children (in order from oldest to youngest) Julius Bush, Joseph Bush, Alma Bush (Benjamin), Gladys Bush (Daniels), Merle (Snooke) Bush, Cornelius Bush, Irleene (Belle) Bush (Scott), Steve Bush, James Allen Bush, Mae Bush, (John Paul Bush) and Lillian Bush. Some of his siblings were born in Aiken, South Carolina however; daddy was amongst the younger ones that were born in Savannah, Georgia on August 14, 1937. Daddy attended school in Georgia until he almost completed the11th grade. His parents then sent him up north to attend Samuel Gompers High School in the Bronx, New
Oneal F. Russell, DDS is a dental practice that is located in Annapolis, Maryland. Their procedures include cleanings and prevention, periodontal disease, periodontics, and oral and maxillofacial surgery. The cleanings and prevention services they offer include dental exams and cleanings, digital x-rays, fluoride treatment, sealants, and home care advice. Oneal F. Russell, DDS performs diagnosis, maintenance, and treatment of the periodontal disease. With periodontics, they conduct periodontal scaling and root planing as well as pocket irrigation. Dr. Oneal F. Russell, DDS is the past president of the Annapolis Dental Study Club. Dr. Oneal F. Russell, DDS is a member of the International College of Oral Implantologist, Anne Arundel County
Robert Owen - was born on May 14th 1771 and died November 17th 1858. He was a business man and a social activist, he wanted to bring utopian ideas to business ad local communities. He was also one of the founders of Utopian Socialism and the cooperative movement. He put up a large mill at New Lanarck, in Scotland, was a textile factory it was an influenced experiment to make conditions that the factory workers had to deal with more bearable. Before that he had worked in the cotton industry. He went to America to invest a large portion of his money in an experiment with a 1000 member colony at the "New Harmony" Wabash River in Indiana. It was up posed to be a utopian society. He was important because he was leader in the British socialist
The contributions of great leaders focus on solving the problems of today while stimulating the knowledge and intellect at a global level. Warner Erhard is one noted for providing cutting edge solutions that were both humanitarian and intellectual in nature. His concepts ranged from working to end world hunger to having management skills that were based on integrity. His unique concepts and contributions have led to continuous positive associations throughout the globe while allowing him to remain as a recognized leader of world change.
Truly great work comes from the ability to break ground and think outside of traditional standards. On March 12, 1929 a man named Edward Harvey was born in Washington D.C. Two weeks into his life, Edward was adopted by Reed and Frances Albee who changed his name to Edward Albee. The Albee’s, recipients of an incredible amount of wealth from the vaudeville and movie industry, raised Edward in Westchester, New York. With the advantage of social and economic privilege, Edward was raised to be a respectable member of New York’s elite society. He was constantly exposed to well known theatre personalities throughout his life. Sadly, this lifestyle resulted in little connection between Edward and his conservative parents. He always felt extremely
lives. Edward Jenner, from London, became interested in the science of medicine. During his time of practicing medicine, Jenner's carried out a procedure called inoculation on his patients.
Edward Jenner was an English physician and scientist that made a monumental endowment for medicine; the smallpox vaccine. Jenner, the “Father of Immunology,” was born May 1749 in Berkeley, Gloucestershire. He received most of his schooling from Wotton-under-Edge and Cirencester. During this time, he became infected with smallpox, which had a lifelong effect on his health. Jenner was apprenticed at the age of 14 for 7 years from which he obtained most of the experience he required to become a surgeon.
“...learn this lesson, that to be self-contented is to be vile and ignorant, and that to aspire is better than to be blindly and impotently happy..”- Edwin A. Abbott, Edwin A. Abbott was born December 20, 1838 in Marylebone, United Kingdom, He was an English schoolmaster and Theologian, but he is best known as the author of the mathematical satire Flatland. Edwin’s parents are Edwin Abbott and Jane Abbott, they were first cousins which is why his middle name last name are the same. He had a brother named Evelyn Abbott who was a well known tutor of Balliol College, Oxford, and author of a scholarly history of Greece. He was educated at the City of London School
Robert Adam (1728–92) was one of the most important British architects working in the Neo-classical style and was a main force in the development of a unified style that extended beyond architecture and interiors to include both the fixed and moveable objects in a room. He was a essential Scottish neoclassical architect, interior designer and furniture designer of his century. He incorporated design ideas from ancient Greece and Rome into his forms and decoration. His famous London houses include Kenwood House, Osterley Park and Syon House. Robert Adam developed the "Adam Style", and his theory of "movement" in architecture, based on his studies of antiquity, by contrasting room sizes and decorative schemes.
How alive are you today? How daring are you? How brave, courageous and willing to break free of your ties and realize your truth. Prince Ea is a brightly alive and committed to awaken us all to a life of full expression and beauty. Everybody dies, but not everybody lives has such a powerful message and has allowed me to open up my eyes. He's truly changed my viewpoints on life and pushed me to chase my dreams and goals. Being able to work towards your purpose in life, experiencing amazing adventures, spending time with loved ones and basically enjoying life to the fullest. Yet as easy said, harder is done. I understand for any of my greatest desire are to come true there are several great obstacles I'll have to overcome. I ask myself so what
Edward Jenner and the Discovery of Vaccines Edward Jenner (1749-1823) trained in London, under John Hunter, and was an army surgeon for a period of time. After that, he spent his whole career as a country doctor in his home county, Gloucestershire (West of England). His research was based on careful case studies and clinical observation more than a hundred years before scientists could explain what viruses and diseases actually were. His innovative new method was successful to such an extent that by 1840 the British government had banned alternative preventive treatments against smallpox. [IMAGE]