In 1832 her family moved to America where she became an avid abolitionist throughout her late childhood and early adulthood. In 1836 her father’s sugar refinery burned down and in 1838 her family moved to Cincinnati, Ohio in an attempt to re-establish the business, unfortunately three weeks after their move Samuel died from Bilary Fever. Pressed financially after her father’s death Elizabeth and her three sisters started a school for Young Girls. In 1894 her sister Anna, helped Elizabeth acquire a teaching job paying $400 a year in Henderson, Kentucky. In 1856 Blackwell adopted Katherine “Kitty” Barry a Scottish Orphan.
The County Sheriff got wind of this and locks up baker and her friend for illegally running this lewd house for gentlemen and interracial relationships was illegal. Baker was sent to a workhouse for several months she was chained to men at this workhouse which was located in Milledgeville, Georgia. Baker had three children by the time she was in her forties. Baker move in with her mother after her tour of run in with the law. Baker became an alcoholic after the people in her community talked and look down on her.
The Villisca Axe Murder House The story of the Villisca Axe Murder, is a brutal one. It has made history, and is one of the most haunted houses in America. Some people don't know the story, so here it is. On June 9th of 1912, the neighbor girls of the Moore's had been asked if they would like to stay at the Moore's, and the Stillinger mother had said it was okay, and so they all went about there day, going to church and lunches with family. The next morning Mary Peckham went outside around seven a.m to hang laundry, and she realized that the Moore's house very quiet, and still.
Her age isn’t confirmed, but historians estimate 1822 ○ Minty claims 1825 ○ Gravestone reports 1820 ○ Death certificate lists 1815 C. Age 6, Edward Brodess (Owner) appointed her as a nanny. ○ Miss Susan ○ Whipped when cried ○ Many scars remained ○ Prevention - Ran away for days, Wore more layers D. As a teenager, she was struck in the head (accidentally) ○ 2 lbs. weight ○ refused to capture a runaway slave ○ “had never been combed and ... stood out like a bushel basket” - saved her life ■ Sarah Bradford: Scenes in the Life of Harriet Tubman ○ Became narcoleptic - explain narcolepsy - demonstrate it. ■ Temporal Lobe Epilepsy ● Kate Larson: Bound for the Promise land: Harriet Tubman ○ began having “visions” & meaningful dreams ■ considered divine - direct word of God II. Family and Marriage A.
Finally, she is able to ignore things like pain or injury she first shows this on the night of the accident, when she is able to hold on to the burning hot iron wire to save her life even though it burn through her hands leaving scars across her hands. She shows this trait again when her house catches on fire and her daughter is trapped in her bedroom on the top floor. Ignoring her scared hands, Anna strips down to her bra a climbs up to her daughter’s window and rescues
By ayan Farah Contents page • Malcolm’s family • achievements • Quotes • Time line • Biography • Pictures of Malcolm x Malcolm’s family Malcolm x wasn’t always known as Malcolm x but Malcolm little, son of Louise little. Earl little was an outspoken Baptist minister and at the time worked as an organizer for the movement throughout the 1920’s. Earl was killed on the street by a car but Malcolm and his family believed that the incident was not accidental but a murder by the black legion. Louise little was an ordinary house wife but soon after the death of earl little (her husband) she suffered from a nervous breakdown.
Foster 1 Sidney Foster Mr. Jackson Period 1 30 January 2015 As I Lay Dying: A Novel Abstract Synopsis Addie Bundren, the wife of Anse Bundren, was sickly, and was expected to die soon. Cash, her oldest son has prepared a coffin for her. Vardaman her other son couldn’t bare to think that his mother was nailed shut in a wooden box so he made large holes in her coffin. While doing so he drilled through his mothers face. Addie’s daughter, Dewey Dell, has recently become pregnant because she fooled around with a farmhand (Lafe).
Comprehensive Nursing Assessment Tool Client History I. GENERAL HISTORY OF CLIENT Name ML Age 65 Sex Female Racial and ethnic data: Caucasian Marital status: Widowed Number and ages of children/siblings: 2 adult children, 1 sister, 2 brothers all living Living arrangements: Alone Occupation: Retired school teacher Education: College Religious affiliation: Baptist PRESENTING PROBLEM A. Statement in the client's own words of why he or she is hospitalized or seeking help Patient stated she was here because her family said she was a risk to herself due to her being depressed from the death of her husband earlier in the year. B. Recent difficulties/alterations in ________________________________________________________ 1.
There was a period of slavery in the time that Abraham was being brought up in. The Lincoln family was not a family that owned slaves. They did not have the money to own them and his family did not approve of the fact of people owning slaves was the right thing to do. Lincoln and his family then later moved to Indiana where his mother died of a sickness called milk sickness that usually has to deal with a lot of vomiting and intestinal issues. Even though his mother died when he was nine he was still very close to his stepmother who urged him to read (Kelly).
She was diagnosed with everything from depression to bipolar disorder. Andrea was very close to a preacher named Michael Woroniecki and his wife Rachel. When Andrea started having children, Rachel would write to her and tell her how evil Andrea was, and how it was "better to kill oneself than to mislead a child in the way of Jesus," (Denno, 2006). With those thoughts fresh in her mind, Andrea fell into a deep depression. Andrea’s husband, Rusty, took her to numerous doctors seeking help for Andrea.