After Coolidge graduated Black River Academy, he went on to study law at Amherst College, Massachusetts, then passing his bar exam in 1897, which is an exam students must take before they can become attorneys. A year later after his bar exam, he opened his own law office in Northampton where he handled real estate deals (land and buildings) and bankruptcies. He gained reputation for being a hard working man and solving problems his own way --by staying out of court. Shortly after, he married Grace Anna Goodhue, a teacher at Clarke School for the Deaf. They had two sons, one of which was Calvin Jr., who passed on from an unt...
He soon after graduated from the college at the age of 17 with a degree in law although taking some courses in theology, which was the same study as both his father and grandfather, took. He graduated summa cum laude, graduating in the highest honor and at the top of his class. After graduating from the College of New Jersey in 1772 he moved around a bit to figure out what he wanted to do. In 1774 he moved to Litchfield, Connecticut to study law under his brother-in-law but couldn’t finish he studies because the American Revolution had already begun in the colonies. When the revolution first began, Burr at the age of 19, started his military career as a volunteer during Benedict Arnolds march to Quebec in the fall of 1775 and then transferred to General Montgomery’s force in Canada.
On January 19, 1807 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, Robert E. Lee was born and he came from a high Virginian pedigree. When he was 3 years of age his family moved from his place of birth, Stratford Hall Plantation to Alexandra, Virginia. Due to his father making a series of bad investments, he was raised in a multitude of various relatives’ homes because of the amount of debt his father had acquired. This did not affect his education, however. Lee grew up with a wide range of knowledge in literature, languages, and religion.
Upon graduation from Harvard, he and Maureen took to Europe to study abroad. A year later, upon their return to the states, Scalia took the Ohio state bar exam and was accepted there as well as Virginia. Once in Virginia, Justice Scalia practiced commercial law for a short period and then taught at the University of Virginia as a law professor. So not only was he a well-rounded student, but he became an educator himself, taking a cue from those who sparked his interest in the world of education and inspired him most, his teachers. Shortly before beginning Scalia made the move to Washington D.C. and worked in a number of federal jobs in governmental institutions.
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Even though John Adams (1735-1826) and John Quincy Adams (1767-1848) were father and son, also they were our President in the United States but they are not the same. The differences are their early lives, the early political career, and major presidential actions. The early lives of John Adams and John Quincy Adams are different. John Adams?s father, who also named John, sent his son ? young Adams to Harvard College at age fifteen, and he expected him to become a minister.