David Dwight Eisenhower, otherwise known as Dwight Eisenhower or Ike, was born in October 14, 1890, in Denison, Texas. He his parents were David Jacob Eisenhower and Ida Elizabeth Stover, of German, English and Swiss ancestry. David Jacob Eisenhower was an american engineer born on September 23, 1863, in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. His mother Ida Elizabeth Stover was a lifelong pacificist born on May 1, 1862, in Mt. Sideny, VA. Eisenhower’s ancestors can be traced back to Hans Nicolas Eisenhauer, whose surname is German for “iron worker.” In 1741 Hans and his family emigrated from Karlsbrunn, Germany to Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
She was 33 years old and did not speak perfect English, but her community had a large Spanish speaking population, so she got by just fine. When Maribel’s husband died five years ago, she went to live with her youngest daughter in Pennsylvania, but began to feel like she was intruding. Even though she said her daughter never said anything to make her feel this way, she asked her family to help her move in somewhere where she can be with people her age. She says that she is still close with her children who come to see her very often. She has seven grandchildren between her three kids and they also come to visit quite a lot.
While his father Barney was the son of Ukrainian immigrants, his mother Ida was a British Jew. Howard’s mother was deceased by the year 1923, he was only nine years old. Howard’s first book he wrote was Two Valleys, published in 1933. Howard was only at the age of nineteen. Some of the characters in this book are Adam who is a teenage boy living in Lexington, Massachusetts, with his father Moses.
The charade was created in order to protect his biological mother from harsh criticism and prejudice of being an unwed mother. At the age of four, Ted and his mother moved to Tacoma, Washington to live with relatives. A year after the move,
Today Erikson’s stages are still in use by many educators, scientist and medical personal. On June 15, 1902, in Frankfurt, Germany, Erik Salomonsen was born to his mother Karla Abrahamsen and her husband Waldemar Isidor Salomonsen. This was not his biological father. In 1904, his mother remarried a pediatrician name Theodor Homburger. In 1909, Erik Salomonsen became Erik Homburger.
Historical Perspective Robyn Smith South University Professor Stemaly English II/Litreature ENG 1002 KQ June 7th 2010 In this paper we are going to look at the Harlem Renisnacne writer Langston Hughes. Langston Hughes was born in 1902 in Joplin Missouri, shortly after he was born his parents split up and his father moved to Mexico hoping that he could find the riches that he did not find in America. His mother moved around always trying to find a place to work and live. When Hughes was in high school he has his first work published in the school literary magazine. Hughes work was greatly influenced by the time period in which he lived.
He has claimed he was born in 1938, by Elisabeth (born Bahlman) and his Swedish father Otto Lagerfeldt.  He is known to insist that no-one knows his real birth date. Lagerfeld grew up as the son of a wealthy businessman from Hamburg who was introducingcondensed milk (Glücksklee-Milch GmbH) to Germany; his mother is from Berlin. According to Alicia Drake,[vague] Lagerfeld's mother, Elisabeth Bahlmann, was a lingeriesaleswoman in Berlin when she met her husband and married him in 1930. In 1955, at the age of 22, Lagerfeld was awarded a position as an apprentice at Pierre Balmain after winning second place, behind Yves Saint-Laurent, in a competition for a coat sponsored by the International Wool Secretariat.
Her Family Frida’s father, Guillermo Kahlo (1872-1941) was born Carl Wilhelm Kahlo in Germany. He was the son of the painter and goldsmith Jakob Heinrich Kahl and Henriett E. KIaufmann. He suffered from epilepsy throughout his entire life. Wilhelm Kahlo arrived in Mexico in 1891 at the age of 19. Once in Mexico, he changed his German name to a more Spanish name “Guillermo Kahlo” and traded his Jewish religion for atheism.
European penetration of the interior had begun decades earlier with the explorations of two German missionaries, Johannes Rebmann and Johann Ludwig Krapf, in 1847–49, and by the English explorer John Hanning Speke at Lake Victoria in 1858 (“Kenya – History”).The first Europeans to invade Kenya were German agents of the Church Missionary Society. At first, in the 1870s and 1880s, the British were not interested in Kenya, only other African countries. It wasn’t until the wake of the Berlin Conference in 1885 that they gained interest in the country. In 1886, the Germans made agreements with Britain that created a boundary between German territories in Tanganyika (part of present day Tanzania) and British territories in Kenya. The Imperial British East Africa Company was chartered in 1888 to administer Kenya, but the company soon found itself losing large amounts of money through its vain attempts to extend control over the interior (“History, British Colonization”).
[pic] Marija Alseikaite Gimbutas was born in 1921, in Vilnius, Lithuania. The Lithuanian spelling of her surname was Gimbutienė. Gimbutas fled her homeland, Lithuania, during World War II, which at that time was occupied and annexed by the Soviet Union. In 1946, she earned a PhD in archaeology at Tübingen University in Germany. Her background was interdisciplinary and included a thorough grounding in linguistics, ethnology, and the history of religions, which was unusual for an archaeologist.