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As a young girl she was raised by her grandparents because of her father's alcoholism, and untimely death. Her father left shortly after she was born and died later, unexpectedly of cerebral hemorrhaging, and her mother died of breast cancer. Pickfords first job was an assistant seamstress at age 6, to help pay for living expenses. Eleven years later she toured as a vaudeville actress. Once on broadway she acted in “The Warrens of Virginia” and many more.
she knew what she wanted to change and she worked hard to change what she thought was wrong. Eleanor had no problem in making it known that she supported certain things, and because of who she was and how she acted she usually gained support of her moral and political beliefs. She was a very influential and positive woman during the Great Depression. Works Cited http://www.firstladies.org/biographies/firstladies.aspx?biography=33 http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/e/eleanor_roosevelt.html www.udhr.org/history/biographies/bioer.htm www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/eleanor/ www.books.google.com
Eleanor Roosevelt was born on the 11th of October 1884 and went on to be one of the most symbolic characters in the history of the United States. She was the eyes and ears of her husband Franklin D. Roosevelt and not only participated in but revolutionized her role as the First lady of America. It is important to understand that the momentous achievements Eleanor Roosevelt accomplished in her lifetime were based on the personal experiences and hardships she had to overcome throughout her life. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was born into one of the most prosperous families in New York of her time; however her childhood was anything but prosperous. Eleanor Roosevelt’s mother died when she was eight and her father died from alcohol just two years later.
Mary’s mother died less than two weeks of giving birth, so she never knew her mother. She was raised by her father until he remarried when Mary was still young. She did not get along with her step mother, instead she looked up to her father while growing up, and so his revolutionary ideals were of great influence toward her. ... ... middle of paper ... ...sly in 1818, though Mary Shelley’s name was added in 1823. Mary’s name did not appear as the author for five years because it could not be believed that a nineteen year old female wrote the novel (EGS.edu).