Eleanor Roosevelt

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Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt was known for many things and got tasks done on time. She was an outstanding woman and helped a lot with women’s rights. She always loved helping people and doing what’s best for them. She was a role model for many women and helped people with disadvantages. She was an important person for everyone with her personal life, her job, and had many accomplishments.
Her personal life was full of interesting and amazing things. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was born on October 11, 1884, in New York City (encyclopedia).Eleanor was cared for by nurses from the time she was born and tutored by governors (Whitney). At a young age, both of Eleanor’s parents died (fdrilibary.marist.edu). In 1899 at the age of fifth teen Eleanor was enrolled in Allen wood, a school near London (encyclopedia). Eleanor as a kid loved midnight suppers, the opera, amateur theatricals and dancing (Whitney).
Eleanor was at that time a passive person, eager to please and eager to be loved (whiney). She later married Franklin D. Roosevelt (Biography.com). Eleanor had 5 kids with Franklin D. Roosevelt (Whitney). Then she served as first lady from March 1933 to April 1945 (encyclopedia). Eleanor was stiff and somber contrast, trying to keep order among the children and keep her life in control (Whitney). When Franklin D. Roosevelt died, Eleanor quickly moved from the white house (encyclopedia). After President Roosevelt death on April 12, 1945, Mrs. Roosevelt continued in her public life (fdrilibary.marist.edu). In February1962 Eleanor made her last trip to Europe, she died later that year on November 7, 1962 (encyclopedia).
She was very good at her job and knows how to complete a task. Eleanor was in great demand as a speaker and lecture...

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... books, make numerous of speeches, travel thousands of miles, and hold weekly press conferences (encyclopedia)
Eleanor Roosevelt was a very busy woman and had so many accomplishments. She is one of the hardest working people I learned about. When there is a task for her she gets it done and she gets it done right away. Eleanor Roosevelt helped her husband out a lot and Franklin knew he can count on her. She is an impressive and hard working woman.

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