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Famous American. Averi. Paul Revere (1735-1818). Paul Revere was a silversmith Paul Revere lived when England controlled colonies Paul Revere belong to the Son of Liberty= wanted freedom for England British Gov’t .put taxes on goods He warned the colonies the red coats are coming

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paul revere 1735 1818
Paul Revere (1735-1818)
  • Paul Revere was a silversmith
  • Paul Revere lived when England controlled colonies
  • Paul Revere belong to the Son of Liberty= wanted
  • freedom for England
  • British Gov’t .put taxes on goods
  • He warned the colonies the red coats are coming
  • Also he was a mail carrier
  • The Revolution war whet on for 8 years
  • Paul Revere is like diligence = hard working liberty = freedom
frederick douglass 1818 1895
Frederick Douglass1818-1895
  • His childhood affect his live because he was a slave
  • Born in Baltimore , Maryland
  • He wanted to learned how to read
  • he wanted liberty
  • He work and had to give the money to the owner
  • He planed his escape
  • Borrow paper and dress like a sailor and escaped
  • He did lots of speeches against slaver
  • His obstacle was he was a slave
  • Gave lots of speeches for freedom
  • Liberty = means freedom Douglass worked for his own freedom and for all
  • African Americans
  • Hardworking = because he wanted freedom and did not give up
  • Freedom of conscience and expression = that people have the right to think
  • and say what they believe
mary mcleod bethune

1875 - 1955

Mary Mcleod Bethune

1.50 to start a school

She went to school for high school

Know for diligence , justice ,and, respect of acceptance.

Took a train to high school

She started her own school in Dayton Beach,FL

Wanted to learn to read & did

Never had fancy things

Became a teacher

Two years into her school she had 250 kids

susan b anthony 1820 1906

diligence

justice

Susan B. Anthony 1820-1906

Became a teacher

Woman could own property in New York

Fired from complaining about not getting paid the same

In 1979 in honor of her silver dollar

Woman can’t vote

Born in Massachusetts

Voted & went to jail

Grow up in Quaker church

Boys & girls not =

franklin d roosevelt
Franklin D. Roosevelt

F. D .R

Cooperative, Diligent

Born in New York

Couldn’t walk from polio

He made The New Deal

Ran summer camps for poor boys

President of the United States of America

He helped make jobs during the Great Depression