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By 1538, Tejo died and Guzman had been removed from his postion and Antonio Mednoza appointed Coronado as governor. At this time 3 spainards had arrived traveling from the road Culican. One called Cabeza de Vaca, the other Donates, and Castillo Maldonado, and also a Negro. They had all come from a lost fleet of Panfilo de Narvaez in Florida. They informed Don Antonio de Mendoza that the land they travelled through had heard of powerful cities, four to five stories high.
Scotlandville community is bounded to the west by the Illinois Central Railroad (now Canadian National) and the Kansas City Southern Railroad on the east, Central Road to the north and Harding Boulevard to the south. The larger Scotlandville community got its name from Scott Plantation and Scott’s Bluffs. It was these bluffs rising out of the Mississippi River that attracted the first Spanish settlers to what is now Baton Rouge. Southern University, which sits on these bluffs, was established in 1880 in New Orleans and moved to Baton Rouge in 1914. Although the town of Scotlandville was well established long before Southern University moved to the bluffs, you cannot describe one without including the other.
Mervy Michael HIST 366-001/ Prof. Moran Final Paper 12/2/14 Topic 2: Protest versus Accommodation: The W.E.B. Du Bois & Booker T. Washington Debate Booker T. Washington and W.E.B Du Bois are revered as two of the most important figures in black history. Booker T. Washington was born a slave to a black mother and white father. Throughout his whole life he was quite poor and from a young age worked in salt mines. Through a scholarship, however, he was able to study at Hampton Normal Agricultural Institute of Virginia and years later he graduated in 1875.
Justin Garcia #51 Kelly English 3A 1/17/15 Samuel Langhorne Clemens, a native Missourian, spent the early stages of his life playing along the Mississippi River. As a young adult, he became a riverboat captain, operating steamboats on that same river. Shortly after, Clemens started writing under the pseudonym, Mark Twain. He took this name because of its meaning in nautical language, “twelve feet,” which is a suitable depth in which to go through. Because of his affiliation with the river, he idealized Huck's life on the river as how society should be.
While getting alerts that the hurricane was coming, Zeitoun made the decision that he would stay in New Orleans instead of leaving the state. He wanted to stay behind and try to save his businesses, properties, and the people who couldn’t leave. Kathy and the girls went to stay with Kathy’s family in Arizona. Zeitoun didn’t think the storm would be that bad in order for him to leave. They begged Zeitoun to go but he was much to proud, so they promised to call each other every day until the storm was over.
The Great Gatsby first published in 1925, is written by famous author F. Scott Fitzgerald. This book is shown to have personal experience of F. Scot Fitzgerald's life. F. Scott Fitzgerald was born and raised in St. Paul, Minnesota. Fitzgerald was educated at Princeton but then dropped out and he joined the army to fight in World War in 1917. This Side Of Paradise was the first novel to have Fitzgerald become known as a writer.
How to Prepare for Hurricanes Think about the photos that kept all those wonderful memories alive hanging on your wall, your first trophy, your favorite music album, and the keepsakes handed down through the generations that make you and the ones you love feel connected. “All it takes is one hurricane, and the things you love, the comfortable, secure lifestyle you have worked so hard to create and maintain, is gone” (Greenwald). Hurricanes can be catastrophic and extremely dangerous, but what can be more dangerous is exposing your family to the harmful effects of a hurricane. “A hurricane is a type of tropical cyclone or severe tropical storm that forms in the southern Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and in the eastern Pacific
In 1942, the Liberty Ship Booker T. Washington was named in his honor, the first major oceangoing vessel to be named after an African American. On April 5, 1956, the hundredth anniversary of Washington's birth, the house where he was born in Franklin County, Virginia, was designated as the Booker T. Washington National Monument. A state park in Tennessee was named in his honor, and a bridge crossing the Hampton River it is adjacent to the Hampton University. In 1984 Hampton University dedicated a Booker T. Washington Memorial on campus. Despite his travels and widespread work, Washington remained a principal of Tuskegee.