Sunday, November 8, 2015

Social Studies: Exemplar Text Exploration

Exemplar Paragraph by Kendyl:
      
     This is about if Nancy Ward knew Susan B. Anthony or not. Susan B. Anthony never knew Nancy Ward. It was possible that they could have known each other but they did not. The possibility could have been when Anthony was 1, 2, 3, or 4. Ward was born in Tennessee. She lived from 1738 - 1824. Anthony was born in Massachusetts. She lived from 1820 - 1906. 
      In 1738, Nancy Ward was born. In 1751, Ward married Kingfisher. In 1756, she was awarded the title “Beloved Woman”. In 1776, she rescues a english woman, Lydia Bean. In 1819, she opened an inn with her 2nd husband, Bryan Ward. In 1824, sadly Ward died after all her accomplishments. 
       In 1820, Susan B. Anthony was born in Massachusetts. In 1826, Anthony’s family moved to New York. In 1846, she began teaching for $110 a year. In 1851, she met Cady Stanton. In 1868, she began “The Revolution Paper”. In 1869, she formed the National Woman’s Suffrage Association. In 1872, she voted illegally and was fined. In 1905, she met with President Roosevelt. In 1906, she sadly died. 
       Nancy Ward’s accomplishments did inspire Susan B. Anthony, in my opinion. Ward did many great things and that’s what inspired Anthony.
 

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24 comments:

  1. This is why Ward and Anthony never met. Ward died when Anthony was just 4 years old. Anthony was born in 1820 and Ward was born in 1738. Anthony lived in New York City and Ward lived in Tennessee. Nancy Ward and Anthony never meet but Ward would have had a big impact on Anthony’s life.

    There are 3 reasons why Ward would have a big impact on Anthony’s life. First, Ward got the title “Beloved Woman”. Next, she rescues a English woman named Lydia Bean. Last, she was in a war with a lot of boys. This is why Ward would have had a big impact on Anthony’s life. By: Aiden B.

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  2. Nancy Ward died in 1824 in Tennessee. Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820 in Massachusetts. They couldn’t have known each other. They couldn’t have known each other because Anthony lived in Massachusetts and Ward lived in Tennessee. However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life choices.


    Nancy Ward was a Cherokee woman in the late 1700s early 1800s when women did what men said to. She married Kingfisher which was soilder who fought in war. Nancy got named “Beloved Woman” which was the highest honor a Cherokee woman could get. Nancy Ward saved a English woman and the Cherokee was in war with English. Nancy also went on the battlefield with the men and women were not suppose to do that.


    After looking at what Nancy Ward did, that should had of inspired Susan B. Anthony.
    Dean

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  3. Nancy Ward died in 1824 in Tennessee. Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820 in Massachusetts. They could not have known each other. However, they could have not known each other. I know that because when Susan B Anthony was about 3 years old Nancy Ward was dead. I know that because in 1738 Nancy Ward was born and in 1824 she died so in 1820 Susan B Anthony was born in massachusetts and in 1906 she died .So you no goodness well she could have not known her. Well she might could have known her if it was at the right minute . But there was not a lot of ways back then to travel . She actually couldn't have known her because if she went there at any moment she would have been buried in her cast . They could have really not .However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life.

    Did Nancy Ward have an impact on Susan B. Anthony life? Yes, she did have an impact on Susan B Anthony life. She had an impact on her life because she went on the battlefield with the men and tried to put peace with Cherokees. So, she had influence Susan B. Anthony to fight for women's suffrage because Ward could fight on a battlefield.

    Also, she had an impact on her life because she did things to help women fight for their rights and she gave Susan B Anthony some rights to do some of the stuff she got to do before she was born.

    Nancy Ward did had an impact on history so you know it would have an impact on Susan B Anthony life. Look at all the great things those 2 great women did to changed America so they almost had the same lifestyle. Except they had different blood. These 2 women changed things in America. They both wanted to find ways to keep peace or they was fighting for women’s suffrage . But seme very funny to me is that they both did things that people probably wouldn’t think like Susan B. Anthony voted illegally was fined.Plus Nancy Ward went on a battlefield with men which many people thought women wouldn’t go on a battlefield with men . Them 2 women were strong ,powerful,Nancy Ward influence Susan B. Anthony to do awesome things .
    by;Dakedra hope you enjoyed

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  4. Nancy Ward died in 1824 in Tennessee. Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820 in Massachusetts. They could not have known each other. However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life.

    Nancy Ward affected Susan B. Anthony’s life. In my opinion, she did. Ward earned the title “Beloved Woman’. She rescued Lydia Bean. She opened a Inn.

    Ward inspired Anthony do many greater things. Ward inspired Anthony a better person. Even though Ward didn’t meet Anthony, Ward helped Anthony do greater things. La'Tariyahna R.

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  5. Nancy Ward died in 1824 in Tennessee.Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820 in Massachusetts. They could not have know each other.However , Ward did influence Anthony’s life. Both Ward and Anthony had an impact on women's suffrage. In the history of women suffering it says they were both in women's suffrage. Before Anthony was born Nancy Ward did these things to make me believe Ward had an impact on Anthony life. Ward rescued Lydia Bean. Ward opened an inn with her husband. Nancy Ward was titled beloved women. It says in 1756 Ward was awarded beloved women. This is why I think Nancy Ward had an impact on Susan B. Anthony’s life.Brayden

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  6. This is about if Nancy Ward knew Susan B. Anthony or not. Susan B. Anthony never knew Nancy Ward. It was possible that they could have known each other but they did not. The possibility could have been when Anthony was 1, 2, 3, or 4. Ward was born in Tennessee. She lived from 1738 - 1824. Anthony was born in Massachusetts. She lived from 1820 - 1906.
    In 1738, Nancy Ward was born. In 1751, Ward married Kingfisher. In 1756, she was awarded the title “Beloved Woman”. In 1776, she rescues a english woman, Lydia Bean. In 1819, she opened an inn with her 2nd husband, Bryan Ward. In 1824, sadly Ward died after all her accomplishments.
    In 1820, Susan B. Anthony was born in Massachusetts. In 1826, Anthony’s family moved to New York. In 1846, she began teaching for $110 a year. In 1851, she met Cady Stanton. In 1868, she began “The Revolution Paper”. In 1869, she formed the National Woman’s Suffrage Association. In 1872, she voted illegally and was fined. In 1905, she met with President Roosevelt. In 1906, she sadly died.
    Nancy Ward’s accomplishments did inspire Susan B. Anthony, in my opinion. Ward did many great things. Those things inspired Anthony to achieve her own accomplishments. That’s why my opinion is that Ward influenced Anthony even though they never met.

    kendyl

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  7. Nancy Ward died in 1824 in Tennessee. Susan B. Anthony was born in Massachusetts. They could not have not known each other. However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life.


    Ward was a famous Cherokee Indian woman , here are some are some ways she became famous. First, she was honored being called Beloved Woman. She found ways to keep peace by negotiate with the English . She made war strategies.She saved a English woman named Mrs.Bean.She saved lives by sending out attack warnings.


    These are my many ways she became famous and that is also how she influence Anthony’s life by inspiring Anthony to believe she could fight for women’s rights.

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  8. Nancy ward died in 1824 in Tennessee. Susan b. Anthony was born in 1820 in massachusetts. They could not of known each other. However, Ward did influence Antony’s life. Did you know Nancy Ward was a famous Cherokee Indian born in 1738? Here are 3 reasons how she helped women’s suffrage. In 1776 she was awarded the Beloved women of the year. She opened an inn with her second husband Bryan Ward. Nancy Ward thought she had the right to do what men did. In conclusion, this all proves Nancy Ward influenced Susan B. Anthony.

    By dominick

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    1. I like how you put did you know Nancy ward was a famouse cherece indian

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  9. Nancy Ward died in 1824 in Tennessee. Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820 in Massachusetts. They could not have known each other. However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life.

    Nancy Ward was a Cherokee Indian born in 1738 at a crucial time in Cherokee history. At a young age, Ward realized that her Cherokee people were turmoil with the English. She earned the title ‘Beloved Woman’ many girls didn’t get a title for their nickname. Ward voted illegally and she was fined. She saved a woman named Lydia Bean. Can you believe that she was a strong woman in the time men were strong?

    Nancy Ward was an amazing woman. We can learn from her! We can learn from her by being strong and stand up for yourself. Anthony did influence Ward’s life by doing the right thing like Ward did.


    By: Claire




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  10. Nancy Ward didn’t know Susan B. Anthony because Nancy Ward lived in Tennessee and Susan B. Anthony lived in Massachusetts and Nancy Ward died when Susan B. Anthony was only 1,2,3, or 4 years old and Nancy Ward had an impact on Susan B. Anthony’s life.


    Nancy Ward was a Cherokee Indian and she paved the way for Susan B. Anthony because she fought for women’s rights and she helped by warning of attacks, and she saved an English woman named Lydia Bean’ and she was honored “Beloved Woman”, and she found ways to keep peace between the English and Indians by negotiating, and the are many other ways she became famous so there were many educated women like Susan B. Anthony began teaching for $110 for a year, and she begins “The Revolution Paper”, and forms the “National Women’s Suffrage”, and she met with President Roosevelt, Susan B. Anthony did all of those things so that women could do all the things men could do and Nancy helped Susan to fight for women’s rights. The reasons above show you how Nancy Ward paved the way for Susan B. Anthony. By Emily Kogos

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  11. My paragraph are going to be about if Ward influenced Anthony’s life?

    Nancy ward died in 1824. Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820. They could not not have known each other.However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life.

    Did you know that Nancy Ward was a famous Cherokee Indian.She was born in 1738.Here are 3 reasons why Ward influenced on Anthony’s life.She paved the way by saving many lifes.She also made the Revaloutionary paper.She also rescued Lydia bean in 1776.

    Ward could not have known Anthony because Ward was born before Anthony,Ward also lived in Tennessee and Anthony lived in Massachusetts.That is why Ward and Anthony did not know each other.

    Ward did influence Anthony’s life,and they did not know each other.

    By Colton






    My paragraph are going to be about if Ward influenced Anthony’s life?

    Nancy ward died in 1824. Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820. They could not not have known each other.However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life.

    Did you know that Nancy Ward was a famous Cherokee Indian.She was born in 1738.Here are 3 reasons why Ward influenced on Anthony’s life.She paved the way by saving many lifes.She also made the Revaloutionary paper.She also rescued Lydia bean in 1776.

    Ward could not have known Anthony because Ward was born before Anthony,Ward also lived in Tennessee and Anthony lived in Massachusetts.That is why Ward and Anthony did not know each other.

    Ward did influence Anthony’s life,and they did not know each other.

    By Colton







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  12. Nancy Ward died in 1824, in Tennessee. Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820, 1n Massachusetts.They could not have know each other. However,Ward did influence Anthony’s life.
    Did you know that Nancy Ward was a famous Cherokee woman? In 1751, she married a Cherokee man named Kingfisher. Nancy Ward was a very brave woman we know this because she went onto the battleground. In 1756, she was titled the name “Beloved Woman”. Then in 1776, she saved a woman named Lydia Bean. After all those great impacts were finished it was 1819, and Ward thought that she was to old to do anything else, so she and her 2nd husband opened an Inn. Then one day in 1824,Ward sadly passed away.

    Ward and Anthony were both amazing women who both fought for women's rights., Anthony could not have done it without Ward. Ward influenced Anthony by keeping peace between her tribe and white men. That is why I believe that Ward influenced Anthony greatly. By Alex Vires

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  13. This is about Nancy Ward and how she did not know Susan B. Anthony. Nancy Ward died in 1824 in Tennessee.Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820 in Massachusetts. They could not have know each other. However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life. Nancy Ward influenced Anthony’s life because Nancy did a lot of good things.

    For example Nancy got the name “ Beloved Women”and Nancy Ward opened an inn. Nancy did a lot of good things to influence Anthony’s life. One thing is that she rescued Lydia Bean. Do you think that Nancy Ward inspired Anthony to make a difference in her life? I certainly do.By:Hallie






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  14. Nancy Ward Died in 1824 in Tennessee. Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820 in Massachusetts. They could not have known each other. However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life.

    How Ward paved the road. Nancy Ward was awarded the title “Beloved Woman” in 1756, then in 1772 she rescued an English person named Lydia Bean. In 1819 she opened an inn with a different husband called Bryan Ward. Then when 1824 hit Ward died (dying did not pave the road)

    Showing the road was paved. In 1846 Anthony began teaching for $110 every year when she noticed she was payed less than men. In 1851, she met a person named Cady Stanton (do not know what links up with that in her paved road). In 1868 she created “The Revolution Paper.” In 1869, she put the pieces of the National Woman’s Suffrage Association together. In 1872 she voted against the law and was fined because of it. In 1905, she met with the President Roosevelt. One year later Anthony died.

    Nancy Ward paved the road, made a walkway, or made the boards to put on the bridge so that Susan B. Anthony could build that bridge, cross that bridge and build the next.

    Story by (: Cian Barber :)


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  15. Nancy Ward died in 1824 in Tennessee. Susan B.Anthony was born in Massachusetts. They could not have known each other. However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life. They couldn’t have known each other because Anthony was 1-4 when Ward was about to die and Ward was in a different state and Ward was a Cherokee indian.


    There are three reasons why Ward influenced Anthony’s life. First, Ward fought with the boys and Anthony was fighting for rights for women. Second, she won the highest rank of names a women could get because she fought with the boys and Anthony was not getting treated like the boys. Third,she saved a English women and Anthony was fighting for women not getting treated equal. Remember that girls and boys have equal rights.


    by:Emily

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  16. Nancy Ward died in 1824 in Tennessee. Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820 in Massachusetts. They couldn’t have known each other. However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life.Yes, Ward did inspire Anthony. I know this because they both tried to do the same thing. That thing was trying to get women the same rights as men. They both tried as hard as hard as they could. They both finally succeeded. Ward succeeded the most because she made another woman to help her get women rights. This is why I think Ward and Anthony never met but Ward might have influenced Anthony. Anna Kate Goff



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  17. Nancy Ward died in 1824. Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820. They could not of known each other. However, Ward did have an influence on Anthony’s life. There are 3 reasons why Ward had an influence on Anthony life. First, Ward fought in a war when women didn’t fight. Next, in 1776, Ward rescues Lydia Bean. Lydia Bean was an English woman that taught Ward many things. Last, in 1756, Ward was awarded Beloved Woman.
    This 3 things might of influenced Anthony to do great things for women's rights. Both women did amazing things to help women have their rights. By: Sara


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  18. Nancy Ward died in 1824 in Tennessee. Susan B Anthony was born in 1820 in Massachusetts. They couldn’t have known each other. However , Ward did influence Anthony’s life.

    In 1738 Nancy Ward was born. In 1751 Ward Married Kingfisher. In 1756 Ward was Awarded the Title Beloved Woman. In 1776 Ward rescued Linda Bean that was American woman. In 1819 Ward opened an Inn with 2nd husband Bryan Ward anather cherecy. Sadly Ward died. by Aiden W.

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  19. Nancy Ward and Susan B.Anthony could have not know Nancy Ward influenced Anthony life by doing many great things .She saved an english woman ,she went to the battlefield with the men .Ward married Kingfisher in 1751.In 1756 she was named Beloved Woman. She sadly died in 1824.


    Anthony did many great things also.In 1869 Anthony was the leader of a group called the National Woman's Suffrage. In 1872 she voted illegally and was fined$100 for the act. Anthony spoke to the U.S. Congress asking for an amendment to the Constitution that would allow women the right to vote. After all her accomplishments she sadly died in 1906.


    They both did very great things in there life. They made the U.S. a better place. That is how Ward influenced Anthony life. Brooks

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  20. My paragraph are going to be about if Ward influenced Anthony’s life?


    Nancy ward died in 1824. Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820. They could not not have known each other.However, Ward did influence Anthony’s life.


    Did you know that Nancy Ward was a famous Cherokee Indian.She was born in 1738.Here are 3 reasons why Ward influenced on Anthony’s life.She paved the way by saving many lifes.She also made the Revaloutionary paper.She also rescued Lydia bean in 1776.


    Ward could not have known Anthony because Ward was born before Anthony,Ward also lived in Tennessee and Anthony lived in Massachusetts.That is why Ward and Anthony did not know each other.


    Ward did influence Anthony’s life,and they did not know each other.


    By Colton








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  21. Nancy ward died in 1824 in tennessee.susan b. anthony was born in Massachusetts. They could not have known each other. however,ward did influence anthony’s life.

    Did you know Nancy Ward was a famous Cherokee indian. Ward was like her father she wanted to keep peace. She was married at the age of 13 years old. She was in the battlefield with her husband. She was awarded the title beloved women. After she was awarded the beloved women she was to plan the battlefield strategies. In 1756 she was on the battlefield and was rewarded the ‘beloved women’. In 1776 she saved an english women Lidea Bean. Also in 1819 she opened an inn with her 2d husband Brian ward. She had a great impact on Susan B. Anthony’s life for doing these great things. Susan B. Anthony was a teacher because her father lost his job. Each year she got 110$ teaching. She created The National Women suffrage.he also created ‘The Revolution’. She voted illegally and she had a fine. She met the president Rosevelt. That is my paragraph just so you know.BRENNAN

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