Daniel Martin Caballero Daniel Martin Caballero was one of many that lost their lives during the September 11th attacks, he was ready to see the world but sadly his life was cut short. Mr. Caballero was born in November 21, 1979 in Houston, Texas to Andres and Carmen Caballero. Known to his family as “Danny” and “Cabby” by his shipmates, Mr. Caballero graduated from Stephen F. Austin High School in Fort Bend County, Sugarland, in May 1998. After graduating from boot camp in November 1998, Daniel entered an electronics training program in Great Lake, Illinois, until September 1999. Daniel was then assigned to Fleet Training Center in Norfolk, Virginia, where he continued his electronics training until December 1999.
Chester W. Nimitz was born at Fredericksburg, TX on February 24, 1885 and was the son of Chester B. and Anna Nimitz. Nimitz's father died before he was born and as a young man he was influenced by his grandfather Charles H. Nimitz who had served as a merchant seaman. Attending Tivy High School, Kerrville, TX, Nimitz originally wished to attend West Point but was unable to do so as no appointments were available. Meeting with Congressman James L. Slayden, Nimitz was informed that one competitive appointment was available to Annapolis. Viewing the US Naval Academy as his best option for continuing his education, Nimitz devoted himself to studying and succeeded in winning the appointment.
These two works of Gary Soto have two different emphases on them. Gary Soto was born on April 12th 1952. He was born and raised in Fresno California, to his working class Mexican-American parents and was raised with his older brother, Rick, and younger sister, Debra. He lived and worked in Fresno where he worked as a factory labor. His father was killed in an accident at work at the age of twenty-seven when Soto was just five.
This is evident in history as well as in great literacy works. Huey Pierce Long (august 30, 1893 – September 10, 1935) served as the 40th Governor of Louisiana, as well as the United States senator (1932 – 1935). With his popular views of civil liberties Long promoted a society based on increased equality. Huey’s made his concepts a reality through the creation of the ‘Share our wealth’ program in 1933 with the inspiring motto "Every man a king, but no man wears a crown”, proposing new wealth redistribution measures in the form of a net asset tax on corporations and individuals to curb the poverty and homelessness endemic nationwide during the Great Depression. Long’s perception championed the rights of the “common man” through financial stimulation and federal spending on public works.
At the age of 18, Benjamin enrolls in Yale College but having run out of hair dye on the day of registration, is sent home by officials, who think he is a 50-year-old lunatic. In 1880, Benjamin is 20, his father gives him a control of Roger Button & Co. Wholesale Hardware. He meets Hildegarde Moncrief, a daughter of General Moncrief, and falls in love with her at the first sight. Hildegarde mistakes Benjamin for a 50-year old brother of Roger Button, and without realizing the fact of Benjamin's abnormality, the two get married six months later. Years later, Benjamin's business has been a great success, but his family life hasn't been well for him.
George Herbert Walker Bush was born on June 12, 1924, in Milton, Massachusetts. Bush, his three brothers, and a sister grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut. His father, Prescott Bush, was a wealthy investment banker. Bush's mother, Dorothy, came from the wealthy family of a leading Missouri industrialist. After graduating from the private Phillips Academy in Massachusetts, Bush enlisted in the U.S. Navy during World War II.
Just seven days after the armistice, he was caught in a German gun attack and killed, when he was on 25 years old. Alfred Lord Tennyson was born on the 6th august 1809 in Somersby. Lincolnshire, he was a rector’s son and was the fourth of twelve children. Alfred Lord Tennyson was from a middle class line of Tennyson’s but he also had a royal and noble ancestry. Alfred Lord Tennyson’s father was called George Clayton Tennyson; he was born in 1778 and passed away in 1831.
* Much like Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain quit school around twelve years an old. * The setting of the book was inspired by a Missouri town he moved to when he was four years old. Hannibal, Missouri was both Huck Finn and Twain’s childhood hometown. * Huck and Twains father both die when they are around twelve years old. b.)
William Jefferson Clinton or as he is more commonly known, Bill Clinton was the 42nd President of the United States of America. He was born William Jefferson Blythe III in Hope, Arkansas to Virginia Dell Cassidy and William Blythe, Jr. His biological father was a traveling salesman who died in an auto accident three months before his birth. After completing Nursing school Clinton’s mother married Roger Clinton an automobile dealer. Although he assumed use of his stepfather’s surname, it was not until the age of 14 that he formally adopted the surname Clinton as a gesture toward his stepfather. Bill Clinton served in the role of President from 1993-2001.
Retail Entrepreneur Sam Walton Sam Walton was born on March 29th 1918 near Kingfisher, Oklahoma. He was the oldest of two children born to the parents of Thomas and Nancy Walton. Sam Walton was raised on a farm until 1923, which then his parents decided that a farm was not a stable place to raise a family. His father decided to return to his previous occupation as a loan appraiser. The Walton family moved out of Oklahoma from town to town in Missouri for many years.