Louis Armstrong is an African American that plays jazz. He was born on August 4, 1901 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He died on July 6, 1961 at age 69 in New York City. In his early life he as born in a very poor family that were slaves. He was separated from his own family at a young age and soon became close friends with a young girl. He was very amused by music so he decided to play the trumpet in a jazz band, and became very popular. During the Great Depression he played and sang to people to get their hopes up and try to keep on moving forward. He loved to sing and play the trumpet. Later in his life he married four woman his first wife's name was Daisy Parker. He them settled down and continued life.

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Henry Ford

was born on July 30, 1863 in Greenfield Township, Michigan He died April 7, 1987 in Fair Lane Dear born Michigan. He was a American industrialist and the founder the of Ford Motor Company. His hobby or job was to sell transportation vehicles and motors. He made new products and he made his own airplane company. He became notable on July 30, 1863 when he opened up his first auto store. The impact he had America was because he sold all the newest transportation and helped with building other new vehicles like when he sold the first Model T for a little more than $500. He was known all across America for different transportation vehicles that he made.

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Babe Ruth

Baseball player Babe Ruth was born February 6, 1895, in Baltimore, Maryland. He died on August 6, 1948 in

He was known for leading the Red Sox to three championships, including the 1916 title which saw him pitch a still-record 13 scoreless innings, he is also know for hitting the first home run for the Yankees. Then he realized that he had only hit 59 home runs and to break the record he had to get a home run out of the last two games. On the final game he hits it and the out fielder almost throws him out at third but he kept on running. He then ran to home and the crowd went wild Babe Ruth had made the biggest record in Baseball, he scored more then anyone else. Later in life he marries Helen Woodford on October 17, 1914 in a famous church in Maryland.

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