Before he died in 1954, without even acknowledging his son, Scott defaulted on the judgment. In 1939, Kathleen and her brother were sentenced to five years of imprisonment for the robbery of a West Virginia gas station; Charles went to live with a maternal aunt and a sadistic uncle. This uncle often spoke of him as a “sissy” and gave him girls’ school clothes to assist him in “acting like a man”. Charlie’s strictly religious aunt believed all pleasures were sinful. On the other hand, his alcoholic tramp for a mother let him go about as he wished, so this put him in between some very different disciplinary approaches.
Dorothea Lange wrote a book called “Daring to Look: Dorothea Lange's Photographs and Reports from the Field.” Lange died of esophageal cancer but she had other problems before she died. What the Migrant mother meant and why she took them? Dorothea Lange was very famous by her photos that she took. In one of the most famous photos that is called “The Migrant Mother” that photo told about how a mother of seven kids in California were in real need of food, clothes, a warm place to live, and other things they need to survive. The mother, seven children, and a father that lived in a tent with no door just a back that lived in the middle of nowhere just trees and grass.
Thunder Rides a Black Horse The book starts with Farrer returning to the apache tribe in June of 1991 to photograph a private puberty ceremonial for the parents of the girl who was being honored, a service she often provides and had done dozens in the past three decades previous to this one though she had reserves of returning because her close friend and holy man for the tribe Bernard second had passed away two and one half years earlier, someone who called her mother “mom”. However as Farrer describes, the relationships, rights, and obligations that build over the years that are honored through, and beyond death. The girls’ puberty ceremonial is vitally the most important for the Mescalero Apache people, which is a four-day, four-night event. The event takes place every year around the fourth of July when the whole tribe puts everything aside to celebrate the girls of the tribe transition into womanhood and becoming another potential future mother for the tribe. There guardians of the girl have an option to have a public or a private ceremonial which may span anywhere from one to four days long.
Her wages were $1.20 per hour which she went to collect from Mr. Frank on the day of the murder(Pou, Charles). Even though Mary had the option of not working, she still worked because she liked her work at the Pencil Factory. Mary seemed to be from a middle-class but somewhat well off family since she had the option of not working. The details of her childhood prove that she had not had a normal childhood because of her father’s death and her mother’s remarriage. Leo Frank was born in Paris, Texas on April 17, 1884.
Wilma Glodean Rudolph was born prematurely at 4.5 pounds (2.0 kg), the 20th of 22 siblings from two marriages; her father Ed was a railway porter and her mother Blanche a maid.  Rudolph contracted infantile paralysis (caused by the polio virus) at age four. She recovered, but wore a brace on her left leg and foot (which had become twisted as a result) until she was nine. She was required to wear an orthopaedic shoe for support of her foot for another two years. Her family traveled regularly from Clarksville, Tennessee, to Meharry Hospital (now Nashville General Hospital at Meharry) in Nashville, Tennessee for treatments for her twisted leg.
In February of 1920, a woman jumped off a bridge in Berlin, she was rescued and taken to a mental asylum. The woman refused to tell the authorities her identity until eighteen months later when she declared herself as the Grand Duchess Anastasia. She explained that she had been stabbed but survived because the weapons were blunt. A soldier saw she was still moving, rescued her, and took her to Romania. The woman began calling herself Anna Anderson in the 1920s and after her release from the hospital in 1922 Anderson lived off the charity of various supporters most members of Anastasia's family and those who had known her, said Anderson was an impostor but others were convinced she was Anastasia.
Malik Murray Tag 04/29/2007 Ms. Alexandria Wilma Rudolph Wilma Rudolph was born in Clarksville, Tennessee, in 1940. Wilma Rudolph was crippled with polio at the age of 4. Until she was 12 she had to struggle to walk, even a few yards with a cumbersome leg brace. Yet eight years later she emerged from the 1960 Rome Olympics as the "Tennessee Tornado" the fastest woman on earth. Rudolph was the 20th child in a family of 22 children.
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).
It was a peaceful day at the ranch, that is until Curley’s Wife’s life was tragically ended. Who is really the most responsible for her death in the novel Of Mice and Men? Curley’s Wife is most at blame for her own death because she knew what Lennie was capable of doing to living things and she got a clear warning from him. Curley’s Wife knew perfectly well what Lennie was capable of. Curley’s Wife says, “Well, Curley got his arm in a sling an’ if Curley gets tough, you can break his other han’.
Her and Franklin Roosevelt had 5 children whom they raised and she became very active in politics along with her husband who had become the president of the United States of America, but she had not become active in politics until after her husbands Polio attack in 1921. Eleanor Roosevelt was the First Lady of the United States of America from 1933 to 1945. She would also journey