A. Jeannette Rankin is a pivotal person to the U.S because she was the first woman to serve in congress, and she helped pass the 19th amendment. B. She is important to me because she made it so I and many other women in the U.S would have rights. C. Today there are many women in congress.
A. The 19th amendment is pivotal to the U.S because it gave women the right to vote. B. This is important to me because I am a woman and I would hate to live in a world where I had no rights. C. Today women are still fighting to gain rights to things such as equal pay.
A. Amelia Earhart is a pivotal person to the United States because she's the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. B. She is important to me because women didn't have many rights back then, but that didn't stop her from doing something great, and I hope to be able to accomplish something great despite any set backs. C. Today we see powerful women making history even though some people still see them as useless.
A. Theodore Roosevelt is a pivotal person to the U.S because he was the youngest president and he worked heavily in conservation. B. He is important to me because I love nature and its nice to know that there are people out there working to protect it. C. His conservative ideals carried on to today because there are organizations throughout the country working to protect the environment.
A. The sinking of the Titanic was pivotal to the U.S because it was said to be "unsinkable" and that idea resulted in the death of over 1,500 people. B. This is important to me because I am very interested in the Titanic and what it was like on the ship. C. Today people don't consider any boat "unsinkable" and take all necessary precautions before setting sail.
A. World War 2 was a pivotal event for the United States because it opened America's eyes to a knew form of war such as the use of atomic bombs. B. World War 2 is important to me because one of the main events that persisted during the war was the Holocaust. During the Holocaust Hitler wanted to exterminate people of the Jewish religion which is scary to me because I'm Jewish. C. Today people worry about other countries using atomic bombs other nuclear weapons.
A. The bombing of Pearl Harbor was a turning point for America because it brought us into World War 2. B. The bombing of Pearl Harbor is important to me because it made me realize that the world can be a dangerous place and the United States isn't always safe from threats. C. Today we still see threats from other countries, and there is always a possibility that we could be attacked when we least expect it.
A. The Stock Market crash was pivotal to the U.S because so many people lost money and it led to the Great Depression. B. This is important to me because I find it interesting how people invest their money into stocks despite all the bad things that could happen, such as a crash. C. Today there is still a chance of the Stock Market crashing meaning there is a possibility of having another Great Depression.
A. The Wright Brothers were pivotal to the U.S because they created the first airplane. B. This is important to me because I love to travel, but that would be very difficult without the airplane. C. Today people travel by plane everyday.
A. Model T's are pivotal to the U.S because they were the first items created on an assembly line, which made it so products we created quickly. B. This is important to me because I ride in a car everyday, and without the assembly line, the prices of cars and other products might go up. C. Today wee use assembly lines to make almost every product, and people drive cars everyday.