Famous Americans. First Grade Famous Americans. By Mr. Myers’ Class Thompson Elementary 2006. George Washington. http://www.noblenet.org/year/washington.html. George Washington was selected to lead the soldiers. George Washington was a brave leader of the soldiers. By Paden Veatch.
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First Grade Famous Americans
By Mr. Myers’ Class
George Washington was selected to lead the soldiers. George Washington was a brave leader of the soldiers.
By Paden Veatch
George Washington was the first president of the United States of America. By Anna Hiner
George Washington was a farmer. He farmed farm animals.
By Caleb Lawler
George Washington was known as the Father of Our Country.
By Colby Biskup
George Washington was born in Virginia.
By Ryan Adams
Abe Lincoln was the 16th president of the USA.
By Joe Delgallo
Abe Lincoln was born in a log cabin.
By Hunter Heyns
Abraham Lincoln taught himself to read.
By Katelyn Barb
Abe Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States.
By Bryan Thomas
Abraham Lincoln helped free the slaves.
By Grace Green
Abraham Lincoln was known as Honest Abe.
By Haily Huffman
Ben Franklin made many contributions to our country. He was an inventor.
By Michael Lamper
By Michael Lamper
Ben Franklin thought that electricity was present in lightening. He did it with a kite and a key.
By Adam Turner
Ben Franklin discovered and created the first fire department.
By Gordon Leary
Ben Franklin discovered and created the first library.
By Erika Smith
George Washington Carver loved science so much he became a teacher.
By Leann Brown
George Washington Carver was a famous African American.
By Dale Rehanek
George Washington Carver studied plants.
By Blake Himes
George Washington Carver discovered over 300 products of peanuts, soybeans, and sweet potatoes like soymilk, bleach, and peanut butter.
By Dennis Ponn