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I know it was built by my great great grandfather and he sent for his grandchildren to come and live with him. He had a son named Dan Hart that moved to the Klamath Agency.

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Did anyone help madame cj walker accomplish anything?

Yes of course! She was the first African American woman to become a millionare. She was married at age 14 and gave birth at age 18. She was married to Moses McWilliams and became a millionare by selling her hair products for African American.

Most feared man in history?

Adolf Hitler has become the most hated man in history at this point in time, for his part in WWII including the slaughter of over 6 million Jews, and the killings of many other soldiers and civilians including over 20 million people in the Soviet Union.Before Hitler, the most hated man in history was the Pharoah of Bible fame, from whom Moses freed the Jewish people.

What does the symbol the law tablet represents in the french revolution?

Re-creating the Tablets of the Law By Alan R. Millard "Inscribed with the finger of God," the two stone tablets bearing the Ten Commandments have created a dramatic focus for many images of Moses descending Mount Sinai, including Rembrandt van Rijn's 17thcentury rendition of "Moses Breaking the Tables of the Law." Here Moses holds above his head two large black slabs, one partly hiding the other. The front slab is inscribed with the last five commandments, in square Hebrew letters, according to the traditional biblical text. These slabs are reminiscent of engraved stone tablets, with the commandments in Hebrew, that hung in Dutch churches after the Reformation. Similar tablets were attached to the walls of British churches, but the texts were often in English. Although Rembrandt and other artists have created easily readable images, archaeological evidence suggests the tablets envisioned in the biblical text would have had a strikingly different appearance. How should we imagine the Tablets of the Law that Moses twice brought down from the mountain? Whether the story is legend or history is irrelevant to this question. However we, are to appreciate the story, we should try to understand these tablets in the context of their time. In Cecil B. de Mille's film "The Ten Commandments," an arrow of fire circles and then strikes the rock beside Moses, searing ancient Hebrew letters into the stone. Then the fire gouges out the rock and cuts it into two slabs. Moses marches down the mountain, carrying the slabs in his hands, to relay God's laws to the Israelites. Even allowing for the fact that Moses remained fit and healthy until his death at 120 (see Deuteronomy 34:7), the image of him striding down a rough, steep mountainside with two slabs the size of paving-stones is rather ridiculous! But de Mille was simply drawing on a long tradition of Christian art that shows Moses carrying large stones in his hands. These painters probably made the stones so large to provide enough space to write the Hebrew words legibly.

Why do you think Europe dominates the history regular taught in school?

Because Europeans, wrote down historical acts. , and also explored the world. The Amer-inds and Africans had not formed any form of writing , or recording. The Asiatics (Indians and Chinese etc) had a form or recording/ writing, but did not explore the world to pass on methods of recording. The hieroglyphs of Ancient Egypt and Sumeria , can be thought of as the earliest form of writing. This was improved on by the Classical Greeks, who effectively gave us the modern alphabet, used by the Roman Empire. Through all of this history was being recorded, by Europeans, (Egyptian, Greek, Romans). Oh!!! Don't forget Moses and his two tablets of stone, (the 10 Commandments of God), they have lasted since the Egyptians. It is the very fact that historical acts have been recorded that enables history to be taught in school today.

Why did madam c j walker get divorced to moses mcwilliams?

Madam C. J. Walker was named Sarah Breedlove when she married Moses McWilliams around 1881 or 1882 in Delta, Louisiana. They had one child and did not divorce. When he died around 1888 of unknown causes, they were still married. Source: Madam C. J. Walker: Entrepreneur by A'Lelia Bundles (Chelsea House/Facts on File)

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What book details the rise of Moses?

The Book of Exodus records Moses' history.

DId Moses kill anyone in the bible?

As a child Moses was said to have beaten his small town Mayor to death with a rock.

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Moses Fisk has written: 'The life and writings of Moses Fisk' -- subject(s): Biography, History, Pioneers

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What do you learn about God from the call of Moses?

Here it shows that god can call anyone, and also use anyone for his work.

Who was left after the great flood with Moses?

The history of Moses and the Hebrew Exodus is different of the history of Noah, the ark and the flood. Anyways, it was Noah, Shem, Cam and Japhet with their wives who survived the flood.

What has the author Moses A Shulvass written?

Moses A. Shulvass has written: 'The History of the Jewish People' -- subject(s): History, Jews 'he-Yehudim bi-Sefarad' -- subject(s): History, Jews 'History of the Jewish People Volume the Ea' 'Daten un khronik' -- subject(s): History, Mizrachi

What has the author Moses Coit Tyler written?

Moses Coit Tyler has written: 'Our solace and our duty in this crisis' -- subject(s): History

Did god speak to anyone else after he spoke to Moses?

Oh yes he did speak to many other people beside Moses.. They were the major and minor prophets.

Is Moses the father of anyone?

Moses and his wife, Zipporah, had two sons: Gershom and Eliezer (Exodus 18:2-5)(Exodus 2:21-22)