The Road to Perseverance
My Definition of Perseverance
Stephen J. Cannell's Adversity (Description)
Stephen J Cannell
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Jackie Robinson's Time Period (Cause/Effect)
Jackie Robinson and Eleanor Roosevelt's Difficulties (Compare and Contrast
Eleanor Roosevelt was not loved by her family. She was called names and grew very insecure about herself. She was a tiny, scrawny girl and her mother would introduce her to people as "Granny". The only person who loved Eleanor Roosevelt was her father. Her father would call her beautiful and tell her he loves her, but soon her father passed away. So did her brother. So did her mom. She lived with other relatives who also did not take care of her as well. She grew a connection with her teacher and she traveled with her. Her teacher taught her manners, and gave her love and confidence. Eleanor grew up and resilient, and she gave speeches and was loved by many people. She was given the title "First Lady of The World".
Nadja's Journey To Becoming Triumphant (Chronological Order)
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Eleanor Roosevelt's Rough Childhood (Problem/Solution)
This is a picture of Eleanor and her family (after their mother passed away). Eleanor is on the far right of the picture.
Orphan Train Riders
Orphan Trains were trains that carried kids that did not have one or more parent to take care of them on trains and give them to people who would take care of them. Charles Loring Brace, the creator of orphan trains, tried hard for orphans to get the love they deserved and had good intentions. However, many kids were abused and overworked by their new families.