It was a Lockheed Vega 5B:Seven-seat passenger transport version, built for higher gross weight operations with commercial operators.
He could knock it out on the table in morse code
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.
Their first successful powered flight was made in the Wright Flyer, or just "The Flyer." They called it Flyer 1.The first powered airplane flown by the Wright Brothers on December 17th 1903 was named the Wright Flyer I. The first glider flown by one of the Wright brothers was the...
Yes she made a book and a movie
Buddha is definitely one of them.
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 half year old. This led to acute congestion leading to the loss of seeing and hearing.
At the Battle of San Jacinto, April 21st, 1836. The battle took place in what is currently Harris County TX.
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.
General Patton was promoted to a full Four-Star General on April 14, 1945!
He attended elementary school in Kentucky.
From the years 768 - 814.
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...
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 and for a fourth term from 1980 until her assassination in 1984. She...
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...
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
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...
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. ...
when she was 19 months old
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.
The wright brothers because they are super
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 people in the south live better because they can use the slaves used to get the seeds out before for more fieldwork.
Charlemagne mostly enlarged his empire through military conquest, most notably through a long and successful series of campaigns against the Saxons, and his conquest of Bavaria. From an administrative standpoint, he gave his authority increased underpinning by assisting the Pope against...
who are some important historical figures that have influenced biblical interpretation (especially during the 16th and 17th centuries)?
It is located in a museum. I think the Smithsonian!?!?!
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....
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.
how did the wright brothers flew their planes
Clara's sisters taught her complementary skills, since her older sisters were teachers. Clara's brothers taught her how to ride horses and other things that at the time were only appropiate for men.
she helps,she invents,she starts stuff
He said it when a reporter asked him what messag did he have for his people (Gandhi was getting off a train in another country).
yes she did go to see people from the war.
The Big Three were historical figures in World War 2: Stalin, Churchill, Roosevelt. Other prominent figures were Adolph Hitler and his leaders. Yamamoto and the Emperor of Japan stand out too. Then of course there all the fallen soldiers who fought the war and died for the cause. Other persons to be...
people don't have to pick cotton, and hurt their hands
Horribly, they even killed some of them
"If you can be the best, then why not try to be the best?"
Yes she did, before Annie Sullivan came, she used her own rudimentary "home signs" to communicate to the household what she wanted. When Annie came, Annie struggled to teach her the concept of names for objects, and Annie was always finger spelling to Helen. Finger spelling is the sign language...
His final words were said to have been "Texas! Texas! Margaret."
Garrett Morgan died August 27, 1963 at the age of 86.
Getting Texas into the Union and keeping it there.
Anne Sullivan was teaching Helen letters by writing them on Helen's palm. One day, about a month after Anne had arrived, Anne held Helen's hand under a pump while writing W-A-T-E-R in her palm. Helen's whole face lit up and that day, Helen learned 30 words.
Charlemagne became king over half the kingdom of his father in A.D. 768, and three years later over the other half as well, when his brother died. Then on Christmas day in A.D. 800, he was crowned by the Pope in Rome as the first Holy Roman Emperor.
Eli Whitney created the cotton gin.
She was born on 13th September 1819. She died on 20th May 1896.
More than likely a smooth bore muskett and some sort of knife/hatchett
Where he was born in Paris,Kentucky.
Republic of Texas Following the Texas Declaration of Independence on March 2, 1836, Houston joined his volunteer army at Gonzales, but was soon forced to retreat in the face of the superior forces of Mexican General (and dictator) Antonio López de Santa Anna, whose soldiers killed all those at...
the length of time they were home schooled was age of 6 to the age of 18
Houston, who was governor of Texas at the time, opposed the state's decision to secede from the United States and join the Confederate States of America in 1861. He was removed from office on March 16, 1861 because he refused to take a loyalty oath to the Confederacy.
They chose to produce as many gins as possible and install them throughout Georgia and the South.
At University College London. (:
for inventing the traffic light and the gas mask and some other hiarproducts and stufff
made paper airplanes and was so engerneeric that they built the first airplane
mohandas Karamchand Gandhi the great national hero has given valuable contribution to make India independent and economically sound. Mahatma Gandhi and his ideologies were quite successful among the common masses. He employed of non cooperation, non violence and peaceful resistance as his weapons in...
In on 22 May 1906 they were granted U.S. Patent 821393 for a "Flying Machine". After an extended legal battle with Glen Curtiss the Wright brothers were finally awarded a patent for the invention of the aileron in January of 1914, two years after Wilburs death.
The family of Hashmonaim,or the Maccabees. Most famous is Judah Maccabee, who led the Jews to victory against the Greek Syrian invasion.
One of them survived, and that was Mary, born 1516, mother: Catherine Aragorn.
Yes, Clara Baton's sister Dorothea died when Clara was about 25.
years of feudalism in France
He had ordered it abandoned,
No, but both his parents were former slaves
yes he was born February 14 1913
yes, she firmly believed in all he did.