A. The dust bowl was a period of severe dessert storms that damages Americas agriculture. B. This effects me because it could happen in this day and age.C. Americas agriculture is still effected today by the dust bowl.
A. Amelia Earhart was the first women to fly solo across the Atlantic ocean, C. this inspired women of that time and the women today. B. This makes me believe that any and everything is possible. Earhart paved the way for female pilots.
A. Andrew Carnegie was the leader of the steel industry and he was a very successful businessman. B. I admire what he did because he worked in many other industries bedsides just steel which is a very difficult thing to do.C. Millions of tons of steel is produced per year in this day in age.
A. Roosevelt established federal protection for almost 230 million acres of land, 150 national forests, 51 federal bird reservations, 5 national parks, and 18 national monuments. B. This impacted me and stuck with me that he was a great president and a great leader. C. Roosevelt is considered today as the first modern president of america and he paved the way for the future presidents.
A. This treaty ended the Russo-Japanese war of 1904/5. B. This is important to me because it stopped war and exercised how to compromise with each other. C. This treaty confirmed Japan's emergence as the preeminent power in east Asia, as they still are today.
A. Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier when he became the first black athlete to play major league baseball. B. This is very important to me because he got a lot of hate just for trying to play the game he loves. C. Now Jackie has his own day where every M.L.B player wears his old number 42. His day is Sunday April 15th.
A. Lewis Wickes Hine was a famous photographer that fought for the changing of child labor laws. B. This man impacted me and everyone today greatly because C. if it wasn't for him there is a good chance that school would not exist and children would be workers.
A. After World War 1 the U.S. saw huge political, economic, and social changes. B. The thing that caught my eye about this war was that there was over 16 million casualties. C. Due to World War 1 the women suffrage act was passed giving women the right to vote.
A. Rockefeller established standard oil, which by the early 1880's controlled some 90 percent of U.S. refineries and pipelines. B. What I thought was interesting about him was that he is worth 340 billion dollars in today's money which is 4 times Bill Gates net worth . C. And today the U.S. uses millions of barrels of oil per day.
A. Albert Einstein was a very important person during this time. After world war 2 he was a leading figure in the world government movement. Einstein received honorary doctorate degrees in science, medicine and philosophy from many European and American universities.B. I admire Einstein and his academic achievements. C. Einstein is widely considered today as the most intelligent man ever and many people look up to him.