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Historical Figures

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Historical figures are the various individuals throughout time that have made their mark. Some have done this through a series of great acts. Some have done just one thing, but they made a huge impact through their choice.
It was a Lockheed Vega 5B:Seven-seat passenger transport version,built for higher gross weight operations with commercial operators.
Yes. Charlemagne was born in the Frankish kingdom circa 742 AD anddied in 814 AD.
1845, settlers towns named for an early settler or famous person?
Gandhi believed in equivalence in the Hindu Caste system &Hinduism.
They made many people work as slaves and even humiliated them.
The first successful powered airplane was flown by the Wrightbrothers on December 17, 1903. The plane was named the WrightFlyer I . The Wright brothers designed gliders previous to the creation ofthe airplane. The gliders were named the Wright Glider .
He rebeled against the British rule over India. He felt like they were being opressed and mistreated.
Yes she made a book and a movie
political activities and she was into lecture tour with her teacher anne Sullivan who stayed with her for 50 years
Buddha is definitely one of them.
Helen Keller was the first deaf and blind person to graduatecollege. Helen Keller was born June 27, 1880 and died June 1, 1968.
Orville Wright was born in Dayton, Ohio, United States of America. .
The Outlaws are the only MC in Dayton worth mentioning.
Gandhi is religious, he was a Hindu
Hellen keller had got scarlet fever when she was one and a halfyear old. This led to acute congestion leading to the loss of seeing andhearing.
That scene, from Richard Attenborough's biopic film of Mahatma Gandhi, is semi-fictional. While Gandhi did encourage fellow Indians and Asians to burn their registration papers, he was never beaten by the police for that action as depicted in the film. Artistically, however, Attenborough takes...
That scene, from Richard Attenborough's biopic film of Mahatma Gandhi, is semi-fictional. While Gandhi did encourage fellow Indians and Asians to burn their registration papers, he was never beaten by the police for that action as depicted in the film. Artistically, however, Attenborough takes...
Helen Keller did not get killed. She got sick and died on June 1st.
At the Battle of San Jacinto, April 21st, 1836. The battle took place in what is currently Harris County TX.
he used non violent tactics to combat the evil and tyranical british
The American Red Cross offers many different types of training. Inparticular, the Standard First Aid and CPR courses are paidtraining which means you do have to pay a fee to take this course.
He was an inspirational and spiritual leader
General Patton was promoted to a full Four-Star General on April 14, 1945!
Nobody really knows all the names except 1 and that is Frank
because he was going to a meeting.
Time don't know, but died on October 2o,1936. .
He attended elementary school in Kentucky.
From the years 768 - 814.
He attended elementary school in Kentucky, but he spent most of histime working on his parents' farm.
They were all made by hand before the gun factory was made to make interchangeable parts so the gun parts could fit almost all types of riffles and weapons.
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Eli Whitneys cotton gin was better because it JUST WAS
Mahatma Gandhi travelled around India so that there is peace everywhere in India
All this methods is to make peace
A: Try: Mahatma Ghandi, Nelson Mandela or Aung San Suu Kyi. Each ofthese people has demonstrated an incredible ability to forgivetheir enemies, willingly suffering great personal hardship whilebenefitting others.
he helped make India independent
Yes Helen Keller did have stepbrothers. Right now I am not sure of their names. She had 2 stepbrothers.
James and William Simpson.
Wilbur Wright was born on April 16, 1867.
he was 13 years of age (years old)
Lots of things. I don't know when but she wrote a couple books about herself. Toured to different places to speak about the blind.In 1920 she was one of the founders of the American Civil Liberties Union. In the 1920s, she sent a hundred dollars to the NAACP with a letter of support that appeared in...
Hellen Keller was very talented. She was born blind and deaf and had published 14 books even with all her disabilitys. She was remembered in a lot of ways.
Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi (Hindi: इंदिरा प्रियदर्शिनी गांधी) (19 November 1917 - October 31, 1984) She was the Prime Minister of India for three consecutive terms from 1966 to 1977...
Yea he died because he did what he had to do so know he can finally rest in peace meaning ever last slumber.
Garrett Morgan, was an African American inventor who invented a respiratory protective covering something like the modern gas masks,he also invented a hair-straightening machine and a type of traffic signal. He is well known for a action filled rescue in which he used his hood to save workers...
Marian Wright Edelman was born on June 6, 1939.
Confining things to the twentieth century we have such History-makers as Marconi, the radio pioneer, nuclear scientist Enrico Fermi(naturalized, nobel prize winner), In the entertaiment field such luminaries as Sophia Loren, Clkaudia Cardinale and the Rose of Faior Italy herself-Gina Lollobrigida....
it was invented in 1793 and it cost $30. A lot of money back then!:)
Garrett Morgan got famous in1909 when he invented the traffic signal and when he got rich
Eli Whitney, the inventor of the cotton gin was born inWestborough, Massachusetts. He was buried at Grove Street Cemeteryin New Haven, Connecticut.
Charlemagne became King of the Franks in 768. During the time he was king he brought nearly all the territories of modern France, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, and much of the Czech Republic, Austria, and Italy under the control of a unified government. It was the most powerful...
Helen Keller went around the world lecturing and using most of the money she raised to help the deaf, blind, and people who cannot talk
The first word Anne Sullivan tried to teach Helen Keller was "doll", by spelling the letters on Keller's hand. A month later, when Keller was 7, she realized the motions Sullivan was making on the palm of one hand, while pouring water over the other.
His answer to that question was: "I would not be gotten into a schoolhouse until I was eight years old. Nor did I accomplish much after I started. I doubt if I had gone to school six months in all when my father died. I was fourteen at the time." He did study Law and passed the bar examination. ...
she changed it because she thought that it was really boring doing the same thing over and over again!
Yes, she was. Her Father was a former Confederate officer, and is sometimes called Captain Keller. Somehow, they try to sidestep this angle of history.
University of Cincinnati
when she was 19 months old
The Wright brothers by flying the first airplane.
Wilbur Wright was born in Millville, Indiana and moved around a bit when he was growing up. His adult years where he and his brother Orville worked on their invention of the first controlled, powered, heavier than air, aircraft were spent in Dayton, Ohio.
Yes, they are a band from French Lick.
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Eli Whitney changed things because he felt like everything was much easier for people than it being regular.
because he was the leader of the battle of Goliad. and because the victory people preferred a leader
He was a hero of the Revolutionary Texans, a shrewd and popular politician and a recognized Founding Father with proven abilities and strong contacts with the United States.
it separated the seeds form the cotton much faster and made peoplein the south live better because they can use the slaves used toget the seeds out before for more fieldwork. It made life easier for American farmers because their economydeveloped and cotton could be sold and money earned. However,...
I cannot remember WHERE I found her quotes, but here are a few I saved. I found them by searching for positive quotes. If I find the site I will add it later.. I thank God for my handicaps, for through them, I have found myself, my work and my God. - Helen Keller . We can do anything we want to if...
Charlemagne mostly enlarged his empire through militaryconquest, most notably through a long and successful series ofcampaigns against the Saxons, and his conquest of Bavaria. From anadministrative standpoint, he gave his authority increasedunderpinning by assisting the Pope against riotous Roman...
who are some important historical figures that have influenced biblical interpretation (especially during the 16th and 17th centuries)?
Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC
The Wright brothers had nicknames for each other. Wilbur was known as "Ullam," short for Jullam, which is German for William. Orville was known as "Bubbo" or "Bubs," Wilbur's pronunciation of "brother" when Orville was a baby.
he was revered for his pacifism,that nothing would be accomplished by fighting, only by talking and respect for opposite views.
It is located in a museum. I think the Smithsonian!?!?!
Mahatma Gandhi is famous for helping lead India to freedom fromBritish rule while encouraging only non-violent means ofresistance. He continued to encourage civil rights movements acrossthe world.
Because Patton and his wife came from wealthy families he was often given a hard time because other superiors did not live as good as he did. Many where envious of his lifestyle which he didn't flaunt but did not ignore. He drove nice cars, owned horses, lived off base in nice houses, owned a yacht....
The answer comes in his name. His father's name is karamchand
A toy helicopter that they had as kids
He was the First President from 1836 to 1838 and the Third President from 1841 to 1844.