Solomon Northup was one of the few victims of kidnapping to regain freedom from slavery. ...He became active in the abolitionist movement, lectured on slavery throughout the Northeastern United States and aided fugitive slaves on the Underground Railroad. The date, location, and circumstances of Solomon's death are unknown.
Jackie Robinson was named major league rookie of the year in 1947. ...He was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962. ..._____ is the only number retired by all of baseball.
In January 2003, forty nations signed 'The Kimberley Process' - an effort to stem the flow of conflict (title word). But illegal (title word) are still finding their way to market. It is up to the consumer to insist that a (title word) is conflict-free. Sierra Leone is at peace. There are still 200,000 child soldiers in Africa.
(Title Character) returned to Vermont on April 17, 2009 and was reunited with his family. Abduwali Muse was convicted of piracy and currently serving 33 years at the Federal Correctional complex, Terre Haute, Indiana. On July 25, 2010. (Title Character) went back to sea.
(Title character) accepted his special Academy Award on his 83rd birthday... During a motion picture career that spanned 54 years, he made a total of 81 films. He died, aged 88 on Christmas day, 1977, surrounded by Oona, their children, and grandchildren.
Day 2557. Ronald Woodroof died of AIDS on September 12, 1992, seven years after he was diagnosed with HIV. A lower dose of AZT became widely used in later drug combinations that saved millions of lives.
Thirteen years later, their homes destroyed, their buffalo gone, the last band of free Sioux submitted to white authority at Fort Robinson, Nebraska. The great horse culture of the plains was gone and the American frontier was soon to pass into history.
The loss of the Armada was the most humiliating defeat in Spain's naval history. Philip died ten years later, leaving Spain bankrupt. England entered a time of peace and prosperity. (Title Character): 1533-1603
The settlement awarded to the plaintiffs in the case of Hinkley vs. PG&E was the largest in a direct-action lawsuit in United States history. PG&E claims they no longer use hexavalent chromium in any of their compressor plants and that all of their holding ponds are lined to prevent groundwater contamination.
Micky Ward went on to three epic fights with Arturo Gatti, bringing his first seven-figure payday. He retired in 2003. Mickey married Charlene in 2005. They live in Lowell with his daughter Kasie. Dicky maintains his status as a local legend. He trains boxers at his brother's gym.
(Title character) continues to work as a TV presenter and news interviewer. The (Title character) interviews remain the most successful program of his career. (Title character) published his 1,000 page memoirs in 1978, but never escaped controversy. He traveled again to China and Russia, though only as a private citizen. He remained largely absent from official state functions until his death, of a stroke, in 1994.
The 54th Massachusetts lost over half its number in the assault on Ft. Wagner. The supporting white brigades also suffered heavily before withdrawing. The fort was never taken. As word of their bravery spread, Congress at last authorized the raising of black troops throughout the Union. Over 180,000 volunteered. President Lincoln credited these men of color with helping turn tide of the war.
When Dian Fossey arrived in Africa, the mountain (title word) was doomed to extinction. The result of her life's work was significant decrease in poaching and the survival of the species. The (title word) population continues to multiply as the spirit of her achievement lives on. Her death remains a mystery.
(Title character) made six more films after Psycho, but none was able to eclipse its incredible success. He never won an Oscar, but in 1979 the American Film Institute honored him with its Life Achievement award. Upon accepting it he said, 'I share this award, as I have my life, with Alma.'
...In 1978, Jim Garrison was elected judge of the Louisiana State Court of Appeal in New Orleans. He was re-elected in 1988. ...A congressional investigation from 1976-1979 found a 'probable conspiracy' in the assassination of (title character) and recommended the Justice Department investigate further. As of 1991, the Justice Department has done nothing. The files of the House Select Committee on Assassinations are locked away until the year 2029.
Dith Pran returned, with Sydney Schanberg, to America to be reunited with his family. He now works as a photographer for the New York Times where Sydney Schanberg is a columnist. Cambodia's torment has not yet ended. The refugee camps on the Thai border are still crowded with the children of __________.
(Title Character) was 31 when he died. Half a million people attended his funeral in Dublin. All parties to the conflict, both British and Irish, were temporarily united in grief. In his brief lifetime, he had fought the British Empire to a stalemate, negotiated the first Treaty of Independence for Ireland and overseen its transition to democracy.
Over 30,000 people marched from the Castro to City Hall to honor slain supervisor (Title character) and Mayor George Moscone. Dan White's lawyers argued that his diet of junk food created a chemical imbalance that led to the killings. The press coined it 'The Twinkie defense.' A jury of Dan White's peers found him guilty of manslaughter, the minimum charge for both murders. The verdict set off 'The White Night riots,' the most violent uprising in the history of the gay movement. The next day, not a single arrest was made.
Aileen and Selby never spoke again. Aileen Wuornos was executed on October 9th, 2002, after 12 years on Florida's death Row.
...Mary married William Stratford and lived happily with him away from court for the rest of her life. Henry's fear of leaving England without a strong successor turned out to be unfounded. He did leave an heir, who was to rule over England for forty-five years. It was not the boy he yearned for, but the strong red-haired girl Anne gave him.
Herman Boone coached the (title word) football team for five more years. He is retired and living in Alexandria. Bill Yoast assisted Herman Boone for four more years. He retired from coaching in 1990. Herman Boone and Bill Yoast became good friends, and they continue that friendship today.
One million (title people) have died as a result of the Chinese occupation of (title word). Six thousand monasteries were destroyed. In 1959, the Dalai Lama was forced to flee to India. He still lives there today, trying to promote a peaceful resolution with the Chinese. In 1989, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Heinrich Harrer and the Dalai Lama remain friends to this day.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss received a settlement of 65 million dollars and signed a non-disclosure agreement. ...Eduardo Saverin received an unknown settlement. His name has been restored to the Facebook masthead as a Co-founder. Facebook has 500 million members in 207 countries. It's currently valued at 25 billion dollars. Mark Zuckerberg is the youngest billionaire in the world.
In 1968, 'At Folsom Prison' became one of the most popular recordings of all time, outselling even the Beatles. That same year, John and June married and settled into the lake home in Hendersonville. Two years later they had a son, John Carter Cash. For the next 35 years they raised their children, recorded music, toured and played the world together. June passed in May 2003. Four months later, John followed.