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  • Abraham LincolnBy Cole Belinskas

  • Timeline Of Abraham Lincoln

  • Young Abraham Lincoln

  • Interesting Facts Abes house in Kentucky only had one room.Abraham was the first Republican president.Abraham Lincoln was the first president assassinated.

  • Abraham Lincoln As PresidentEmancipation Proclamation Won civil WarMade the Gettysburg Address

  • Work CitesSullivan, George. Abraham Lincoln. New York: Scholastic Inc.,2000Online Internet. The Emancipation Proclomation.2000..7 April, 2010Ames lab gov. Online internet. 2010..7 April, 2010

  • Rosa As A ChildLived in Pine Level AlabamaShe was born on Feb. 4th 1913Grew up raised by mom and grandparentsWent through the troubles of segregation

  • ContributionsSeamstressCivil Rights activistCongressman John Conyers assistantCo Founder of the Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for self development

  • Civil RightsAll Public transportation became integrated in 1956 The Civil War was won by the Union in 1865The Under Ground rail road started in the late 1790sMLK was shot and killed in 1968

  • Rosas Later ProfessionsGrass Routes activistRosa & Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development

  • Rosas DeathRosa died on October, 24th of 2005She was 92 years oldIn her last two years she was diagnosed with DementiaShe was the first woman and second African American to be honored in the U.S. Capital Rotunda

  • Abraham LincolnBy Cole Belinskas

  • Timeline Of Abraham Lincoln

  • Young Abraham Lincoln

  • Interesting Facts Abes house in Kentucky only had one room.Abraham was the first Republican president.Abraham Lincoln was the first president assassinated.

  • Abraham Lincoln As PresidentEmancipation Proclamation Won civil WarMade the Gettysburg Address

  • Work CitesSullivan, George. Abraham Lincoln. New York: Scholastic Inc.,2000Online Internet. The Emancipation Proclomation.2000..7 April, 2010Ames lab gov. Online internet. 2010..7 April, 2010

  • Mollys birth name was Mary Ludwig.She got her name Molly Pitcher when she was in the battle of Monmouth. She got her name when she was carrying pitchers of water to the soldiers.

  • Molly witnessed a man that shot John Casper Hays, Mollys husband.Molly picked up the gun and fired.Later she met George Washington and celebrated!

  • George McCawley was president of Kings College.George was a cold unemotional man, soon they were poor.In 1822 Molly received $40.00 annually for her help in the war.

  • Stevenson, Augusta. Molly Pitcher. Indianapolis: Aladdin Paperbacks, 1960.

    Hai, Lin. "Molly Pitcher." Pabooks. 2006. . 31 March, 2010. .Deanna, James. "Molly Pitcher, Biography and Information." Essortment. 2002. . 31 March, 2010. .

  • Susan was born in Adams, Massachusetts on February 15, 1820 Went to a strict boarding school at the age of 15Susans family soon went into debt, so Susan got out of the boarding school, and helped her family get back the money

  • In 1870s Anthony and Stanton wrote Appeal to Women of the RepublicThen, Susan voted, which she needed to pay a fine for. She didnt pay her $100 fineSo she went to jail for a day

  • She died at the age of 86 on May 21st, 1906Then, on May 21st, 1919, the 19th amendment was passedThat allowed women to vote

  • Works CitedThank you to all these great resources Weisberg , Barbara. Susan B. Anthony. New York: Chelsa House, 1988. Odano, Julie. "Freedom Hero: Susan B. Anthoney." . July 18th, 2004. . 7 April, 2010. ., . "Susan B. Anthoney House." . . . 7 April, 2010. .

  • Erin Cardoza

  • Born June 27th 1880Teacher was Annie Sullivan Had a younger sister, named MildredHad temper tantrums, age 619 months old got an illness that caused her to be blind/deaf

  • Learned to communicate SpeakerAuthor

  • Went on 3 lecture toursFailed her 3rd tour - accomplished her 1st & 2nd Sara Fuller taught her to talk Very successful speaker Learned to talk at age 13

  • Wrote 13 books Wrote 12 books about herselfWrote book about Annie SullivanVery famous authorBest selling author

  • websites , . "Helen Keller." Perkins School for the Blind. 2009. . 13 April, 2010. .Helen Keller." Helen Keller Facts. 2004. Internet. 13 April, 2010. .BooksGeorge, Judith St. Dr doctor Bell your friend Helen Keller. New York: Scholastic, 2004Sullivan, George. Helen Keller. New York: Scholastic, 2004

    Website: , . "Helen Keller." Perkins School for the Blind. 2009. . 13 April, 2010. . Website: , . "Helen Keller." Helen Keller Facts. 2004. Internet. 13 April, 2010. . Book: George, Judith St. Dr doctor Bell your friend Helen Keller. New York: Scholastic, 2004. Book: Sullivan, George. Helen Keller. New York: Scholastic, 2004

  • Timeline of Pocahontas

  • Had a plan to take over the tribe of WerocomocoWanted to convert all Native Americans to ChristianityLet Pocahontas meet very important peopleThe English were sent to find gold at first, but had no luck

  • John smithWas adopted to Chief PowhatanDidnt care much about Native AmericansMet up with Pocahontas in England

  • Pocahontas Last MomentsDied from weather in EnglandJohn Rolfe (husband) didnt really careAfter death, Native Americans attacked colonistsDied on way back to Jamestown in 1617

  • Citation PagePemberton, Anne. "Timeline for Pocahontas 1595-1617." Educational Synthesis. October 29, 2009. . 7 April, 2010. .Hanes, Mari. "Kids' Page." Blessed Quietness. April 6, 2010. . 12 April, 2010. .Fritz, Jean. The Double Life of Pocahontas. Toronto: General Publishing Co., 1983.

  • -Born in 1778-Daughter of Shoshoni Indian Chief-Captured by Hidasta Indians for slavery for Hidasta women-Learned in slavery how to grow and plant crops-Was bought by an Frenchman, Toussiant Charbonneau, to be his wife

  • Joined Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804Joined expedition because of knowledge on: directions, languages, medicines and foodHad baby, Jean-Baptiste on expedition, at the age of 16

  • Was important because knowledge on directions, languages, medicines and foodGuided ways when spotted Shoshoni landmarksTraveled through journey with also a baby to take care ofMade the Lewis and Clark expedition possible with all of her knowledge

  • Rowland, Della. Sacajawea, Guide to Lewis and Clark. New York: Yearling, 1989., . "Sacagawea Biography." www.biography.com. 2009. A&E Television. 4 March, 2010. ., . "Life History of Sacagawea." www.online-study-guide.com. 2004-2005. . 4 March, 2010. ., . "Sacajawea Timeline." www.eiu.edu. . . 11 March, 2010. ., . "Sacajawea." www.sparknotes.com. 2010. SparkNotes LLC. 11 March, 2010. ., . "What is the timeline for Sacagawea?." www.wikki.answers.com. 2019. Answers Coroporation. 11 March, 2010. .. "When did Toussiant Charbonnuea Die?." www.answers.com. 2010. . March 19, 2010. .

  • Born February 12, 1809Died April 1, 1865By Julie

  • Mother= Nancy HanksFather= Thomas LincolnSister= Sarah LincolnBrother= Thomas LincolnStepmother= Sarah Bush JohnsonWife= Mary Todd

  • LawyerCongressmanSoldier in Black Hawk Mans WarPresident16th President

  • Gettysburg Address10 sentences long2 minutes longVery important speechAbout war and slavery

  • Work CitedWebsite: Miller, Judy. "http://www.apples4theteacher.com/holidays/presidents-day/abraham-lincoln/timeline.html." http://www.apples4theteacher.com/. 1999-2010. Webstantaneous Web Marketing, LLC. 11 March, 2010. .Website: , Paul. "http://www.sonofthesouth.net/slavery/abraham-lincoln/abraham-lincoln-pictures.htm." http://www.sonofthesouth.net. 2003-2008 . . 11 March, 2010. .

  • Timeline

  • Born on June 27, 1880Became both deaf and blind at the age of 19 monthsInstructed under Annie Sullivan at the age of 7Learned how to talk at the age of 10

  • 1903-Published first book Story of My Life - a junior in college1904-Graduated from Radcliffe CollegeWent on 3 lecture tours

  • Died of heart attack late May Died at age 87 - June 1st, 1968

  • Stevens, Patsy. Helen Keller. www.gardenofpraise.com. 1999. Patsy Stevens. 18 March, 2010. .,.Who is Helen Keller. www.answers.ask.com. 2010. Ask.com. 17 March, 2010. http://answers.ask.com/health/diseases/who_is_helen_keller.St. George, Judith. Dear Dr Bell Your friend, Helen Keller. New York: Scholastic, January 12th 2010.Sullivan

  • Born in 1734Went to North Writing SchoolWorked as apprentice for a Silversmith ShopFather died in 1754

  • Took over the silversmith shop.Made items from spoons to lanternsMade punch bowl for Sons of Liberty

  • Took part in Boston MassacreTook part in the Boston Tea PartyRode the Midnight Ride Got captured by the BritishWas released by the British

  • Started copper businessLearned how to roll copper Made parts for the armyMade bells for the churchDied May 10, 1818

  • Website: , . "Paul Revere-copper Industry pioneer." Copper.org. 1998. . March 18, 2010. Website: Cullcut, Vin. "Revere Copper." Old Copper Website. 2002. . March 18, 2010.
  • Life Born on February 11Young when he got a job as a train boy

  • Becomes a telegrapherBecame a telegrapher A telegrapher is someone who gets calls from taps.

  • A Phonograph is a thing to record and play back what other people say and yourself.

    Invents the phonograph

  • Improvements of the light bulb Hardest challenge was improvement of the light bulb

  • Death of Thomas Edison Tom Died on October 18, 1931

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