April 21

Brother Gone

One day i came home from school and i called my dad and told him how my day was.Later that night my mom woke me up and we drove to my dad’s house. He pulled me by the fire and told me that my brother has died. I did’t now what to do. .I missed school because my brother was gone. I was last so bad that i couldn’t even go in my room for at lest a year. I really do miss him alot. He got killed in a car wreck going a 100 mph around a curve. A month or two later i had a 4×4 wreck. it nearly took out my ear drum and broke my pelvis in three places.It was the worst time of my life



landen .W.

April 18

Child Labor

Many kids worked in textile mills mostly ones who was 5 and up and if they were even one minute the people would dock there pay also the men that were in charge didn’t care if one of the kids get hurt the y would either fire them or make them keep working as i was learning i thought that now days us kids are very   lucky that we don’t have to work in textile mills or other jobs

March 21

War Of 1812

We will never forget the war of 1812

Andrew Jackson military

Remember this day as pad


Over the time you might forget

Fighting back of 1812


1812 the war happend

8-eighteen twelve marked Federalist party

1910 battle of new Orleans

24th December senet ratified treaty


March 1

battle of Brandywine

The battle took place in September 9th (1777) it should be remembered because we lost troops from 15,000 to 6,000.lieutenant general sir William Howe was the commander of the British forces. General horatio gate’s was the commander of the northern army.Due to poor scooting, the Americans did not detect Howe’s Colum. The British won the battle 200 were killed,750 wounded,400 prisoners

February 14

George Washington

Played a military roll in the american revolution war 1776                        commanded Continental army filed of Cambridge

proved to be capable,resiliant


George Washington


replied to townshed acts 1770

In 1774 he chired at fairfax resolves

commanded Continental army in american                                                               revolutionary war 1775-1783