PRONOUNS. “Y” AND “EN” BY BROOKE HOLMES. PRONOUN "EN" . EN. PRONOUN “EN”. “En” replaces phrases beginning with “De”. PRONOUN “EN”. An example in English would be:- I have a lot of clothes . In everyday English we would not say this, we would convert it into:By brooke
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Dorothea Dix. Participation: Mariana Blaceri & Jackie Mena. Early Life :-). Dorothea Lynne Dix was born April 4, 1802 to Joseph Dix and Mary Bigelow Dix. Mother was not in a healthy mental state, and the father was an abusive alcoholic.
Dorothea Dix. Gabby Zibell. Dorothea Dix. She was born on April 4, 1802 in Maine Died July 17, 1887 in Trenton, New Jersey At the age of 15 she opened “a little dame school.” She ran and taught at this school for three years.
Dorothea Dix. Biography. Life Facts. • Dorothea Dix was born on April 4, 1802. • Born in the town of Hampton in Maine. • She was the first child of 3. • Her family life can be described as abusive and nonexistent. More Facts.
Dorothea Dix. Presentation by: Katie Wierzbicki AND Spencer B Keiser. Biography: Personal Life. Born: April 4, 1802. Died: July 18, 1887. Born in Hampden, Maine. Ran away from home at age 12 to her grandma in Boston Opened her own private school at age 14
Dorothea Dix. SOPHIE VILLANI GRACE ALFIERI. Biography. Born April 4, 1802 in Hampden, Maine Her mother was mentally ill and her father was an alcoholic -- Dix’s family was poor She lived with her wealthy grandmother in Boston at 12 yrs old
Dorothea Dix. 1.) Believed that the mentally ill were being treated badly and wanted to change that.
Dorothea\'s History. DOB: April, 4th, 1802Her childhood nickname was Dolly\"Her family was abusive and harshHer father was an alcoholic priest, he also taught her how to read.Her mother was mentally illAt the age of 12 she had to raise her family. Dorothea\'s Teaching Career. She eventually moved
By Robert. Dorothea Dix. Daughter of M ethodist preacher Joseph Dix Moved in with her Grandmother when she was 12 Founded her first school at 14. Early Life. Went to a jail to teach inmates Found conditions horrible Found mentally ill being kept in prison. Reformist beginning.