A few Rajput tribes from his army permanently settled around Dhaka and surrounding lands. Later, in the early 17th century, Islam Khan conquered all of Bengal.
John Appleton Physical Description: Very slender, weighing at most lbs. Dressed in dark colors, usually black, but on occasion would wear white with black lace. Congregationalist Father was a Congregationalist minister.
Taught at home, but early showed an aptitude for music piano making one teacher wish she would pursue a musical career.
Music was something she did not pursue in later life. Her reading tended to religious works rarely does she mention current authors in her letters.
Her handwriting was poor later in life, making her letters extremely hard to read and to transcribe.
Franklin Pierce November Social gatherings, — October 8, Marriage: November 19, in Amherst, New Hampshire, in her grandmother's home. Married by brother-in-law John Aiken.
On occasion she would show great insight into motives and characters of fellow politicians. Fortunately, she had a husband who not only loved her but also understood her and permitted her the freedom to visit her sisters whenever she liked.
Social gatherings did what they could to keep Jane Pierce on as "even a keel" as much as was possible. Her later years would see her somewhat improve.
The return to her home however in New Hampshire, with its painful memories, saw a return of her depression. Born February 2, — Died February 5, 3 days old 2.
Benjamin Pierce Born April 13, in Concord, New Hampshire — Died in a train wreck on the way to Washington with his parents on January 6, near Andover, Massachusetts 12 years of age Jane Pierce survived all 3 of her sons — No descendents survive today.
She did not enter the White House until later in March Means had no children, she would find it easier to spend long periods of time with Jane, whom she loved like a sister.
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Means was absent from the Capitol, Mrs. Jefferson Davis Varina Howell, future First Lady of the Confederacy and wife of the Secretary of War would officiate as did other cabinet wives, but not one of them was considered the official hostess. Pierce spent much of her time writing heart-breaking notes to her dead son,Benjamin, putting into them all the love that her repressive nature could not express in life.
She attended Congressional debates, which is surprising considering her dislike of politics. Always kind to the White House staff, she usually had them attend church on Sundays.
Both she and her husband were very strict about the Sabbath. Having more of an abolitionist background than her husband, it was Jane Pierce who persuaded him to release Dr.
Charles Robinson, an ardent abolitionist and republican, from a Kansas prison where he had been detained. Pierce, known for his kindness of heart, did so both for his wife and the distraught wife of Dr. Late, during the Civil War, the Pierces were divided — she for the ending of slavery if by war, then let it be sohe for the constitution first the union first and slavery second.
Marcyso the staff could prepare the house for the incoming president and his niece, Harriet Lane. Franklin Pierce could not help but remember his first day March 4, and how nothing had been ready for him — not a room, not a bed — and how he and his secretary, Sydney Webster, ended up sleeping on chairs.
The Pierces then sailed to the Caribbean on board the U. Powhatan, a government ship loaned to them by President Buchanan. From the Caribbean they sailed to Europe, where Franklin made a valiant attempt to help his wife recover, but by then, her depression had become chronic and she had contracted tuberculosis that made her querulous, irritable and often melancholic.
The Civil War saw the couple take opposite sides — Franklin for preserving the Constitution and the Union and Jane for ending slavery, even if it took a war and breaking up the union to do so.
She was 57 years old. Franklin spoke often of going and watering the flowers "on the sacred spot".Pages in category "Social events" The following 34 pages are in this category, out of 34 total.
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