Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Famous People From Hawaii

Famous People From Hawaii


Alexander Cartwright: Born April 17, 1820, Alexander Cartwright is considered the father of American baseball. U.S. Congress officially he attributed the invention of a modern game of baseball. Originally, Cartwright was a bookseller in Manhattan, and the fireman. In 1842 he founded the Knickerbocker Base Ball Club. The game was the first stick-and-ball game called Game Town, which became gradually come to develop the sport. Cartwright is believed to be the first person to design diamond-shaped field in this game. During a trip to California in 1849, introduced baseball in all the towns along the route. Later in life he became a successful businessman in Honolulu. But it is still remembered as the inventor of baseball, which is one of the most popular games in the current times.

 Alexander Cartwright,Hawaii


George Ariyoshi: Born March 12, 1926, Ariyoshi served as the third Governor of Hawaii. Before venturing into politics, he served as an interpreter in the service of the U.S. Army Military Intelligence in Japan during the Second World War. His political career began in 1954 after being elected to the House territorial representatives. He was also elected to the Senate and territorial in 1959, the State Senate. A lawyer by profession, he rose to be the first Asian American to be elected as governor of the state of the United States. He is the governor of the state's oldest, Hawaii.

 George Ariyoshi,Hawaii

Daniel Akaka: Born September 11, 1924, U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka of Hawaii junior. He is a member of the Democratic Party and the first U.S. senator of Hawaiian ancestry, and the only Chinese member of the U.S. Senate. He was born in Honolulu. He joined the army after high school. He received a Bachelor of Education degree and later a master at the University of Hawaii. In 1976, Akaka first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives and won seven subsequent elections. In 2006, elected him time as one of "America Worst Senators" and criticized him for his less regulation. But during the 2007 elections, he emerged victorious.

 Daniel Akaka,Hawaii

David Copperfield: Born September 16, 1956, David Copperfield is a magician and illusionist America. From an early age of twelve, began to practice the magic of Copperfield. He became the youngest magician to be part of the Society of American Magicians. It is famous for his feats of walking the Great Wall of China and the Statue of Liberty disappear. David Copperfield has appeared on many television programs in the United States. He is the proud recipient of the Emmy Awards, the Living Legend Award and was the first magician to receive a star on the Walk of Fame Hollywood.
David Copperfield ,Hawaii

Herman Frazier
: Born October 29, 1954, Herman Frazier began his athletic career Germantown High School in Philadelphia. He began a series of sports an athlete, and eventually became the Olympic gold medal in 1976. Membership of the U.S. National Track and Field, has participated in the Olympics and Pan American Games. In 1976 he ran 4x400 meters relay for the U.S. men. This race that brought him the gold medal. He won the Silver Award NCAA anniversary, and was mentioned in a list of 101 influential minorities in sports, Sports Illustrated. Black Enterprise magazine chose him as one of the 50 most powerful African-American athletes in 2005. He fell to take a lot of criticism from the masses, but the ice is a time of very famous athletes.

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