On the battlefield, she motivated her troops to drive the English from her homeland.
Discover the Western World
He is famous for his many contributions to astronomy. His main contributions include improvements to the telescope, consequent astronomical observations
Father of our country and lead the revolutionary war and won against the British
Best known as the primary author of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson was the third president of the United States.
Lead the Union to defeat the Confederacy and free the slaves
She was known for her efforts to gain voting rights for women and equal rights for everyone.
She became known as the "Moses of her people." Over the course of 10 years, and at great personal risk, she led hundreds of slaves to freedom along the Underground Railroad, a secret network of safe houses where runaway slaves could stay on their journey north to freedom.
Considered the first true “world leader” and was viewed by most people abroad as, “The Hero of Freedom” or “The King of America.”
He was known for his resistance of the invasion of the Native settlers land by the United States. He received a vision where he saw his people's victory over the white settlers and it came to pass during the battle of Little Big Horn. He was among the very last Native Americans to surrender to the white settlers.
Was the most robust and ambitious U.S. presidents ever. A former New York City police commissioner (1895-97), author, and hero of the Spanish-American War (1898)
Prime Minister of England and led the British over Germany during WW II
Douglas Macarthur was famous for being an American general and field marshal of the Philippine Army. He was a Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army during the 1930s and played an important role in the Pacific theatre during the World War II. He received a Medal of Honour for his role in the Philippines Campaign.
President of the United States and led the US through the Great Depression
Working at the United Nations to help found UNICEF and establish the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Later, she was named chairman of the Human Rights Commission and, at age 61, was asked to serve as a delegate to the first meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
He led the Third Army in a very successful sweep across France during World War II in 1944
Led the United States during WWII and became President of the United States
As a commander in World War II, he planned and participated in the Normandy Invasion. In 1949, he was named the first chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
First woman to attempt to fiy around the world
He was a baseball player famous for his hitting, number of successive games-played record He was stricken with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis which led to his death in June of 1941.
known as a CBS broadcaster and producer during the formative years of U.S. radio and television news programs from the 1930s to the 1950s, when radio still dominated the airwaves although television was beginning to make its indelible mark, particularly in the US.
President of the United States and handled without incident the Cuban Missile Crisis
First African American to make it into the big leagues of baseball
A vocal advocate for human rights,
First Person to Orbit the Earth
First female Prime Minister of England
Greatest Civil Rights Leader, Led the largest peaceful civil rights parade
First man to land on the moon
Leader of Russia and took down the Berlin Wall
He was the New York City mayor who became famous for his reaction to attacks on the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001.