George Washington was born in Feb. 22, 1732. He died on Dec. 14 1799. Born in Wakefield, Virginia. Swager, Christine. "Revolutionary War Timeline."
John Tyler started his career while his father was the Governor of Virginia. His full
During the end of the eighteenth century African American slaves living on large plantations began creating families and communities within the plantations. In the lower south of the slave states, which were densely populated slave communities, a task system was developed that benefited slaves. This system allowed an African American slave to be assigned a task to complete, once the task was completed on many occasions the slave master treated that worker as if the job was done for the day and didn’t call on him or her to complete another task. In the northern region of the slave states the slave population was much less dense than farther south. Slaves in these northern slave communities were in contact with white Americans far more often than slaves in the lower south, which left the slaves exposed to greater scrutiny to slave
In the Caribbean and South America the slaves died often and did not reproduce, but in North America the slaves survived longer and were growing in numbers. Demographic Patterns: 1. The trans-Saharan slave trade concentrated on women being used as concubines, but the Atlantic slave trade concentrated on men. 2. The slave trade impacted Africa’s population, turning it into half of what it was expected to be in 1850.
Doc Holliday was born on August 14, 1851 in Griffin Georgia. His father, Major Henry Burroughs Holliday was an Army officer, druggist and planter from Georgia. His mother, Alice Jane Holliday (McKey), was an aristacrat, from the great state of South Carolina. Doc was an only child, except for one adopted brother, that married when doc was only 2 years old. In 1856 Henry became gauardian to Jane's 4 younger sibling, after both Janes mother (1953) and father (1956) died.
In 1732, when Ben Franklin was at work on his newspaper, a boy was born on a plantation in Virginia who was one day to stand higher than even the Philadelphia printer. That boy when he grew up was to be chosen leader of the armies of the Revolution; he was to be elected the first president of the United States; and before he died he was to be known and honored all over the world. The name of that boy was George Washington. Washington's father died when George was only eleven years old, leaving him, with his brothers and sisters, to the care of a most excellent and sensible mother. It was that mother's influence more than anything else which made George the man he became.
Madison's parents were married on September 15, 1749.  In these years the southern colonies were becoming a slave society, in which slave labor powered the economy and
US History 1 William Whipple Jr. born on January 14, 1730. He was a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of New Hampshire. Whipple was born at Kittery, Maine, and educated at a common school studying how to be a merchant, judge, and a soldier until he went off to sea. He became a Ship's Master by the age of twenty-three. In 1759 he landed in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and in partnership with his brother established himself as a merchant.
“Autobiographical” Essay on George Washington “Autobiographical” Essay on George Washington George Washington was the names given to me by my parents. My birthdates are February 22, 1732. I am the first born in a polygamous family. My mother Mary Ball Washington was the second wife of my father Augustine Washington. I specialized in mathematics and “rules of civility” in my early years of study (Alden, 2005).
There were white planters -- who owned the plantations and the slaves -- and petit blancs, who were artisans, shop keepers and teachers, those who were free, those who were slaves, and those who had run away. There were about thirty thousand free black people in 1789. Half of them were mulatto and often they were wealthier and more preferred than the petit blancs. The slave population was close to give five hundred thousand. The runaway slaves were called maroons; they had retreated deep into the mountains of Saint Dominigue and lived off subsistence farming.