Her parents were slaves to the civil war </li></ul>
Info about Ida Bell Wells- Barnett <ul><li>The Wells went all over to Great Britain, New York City, Chicago, Illinois, Memphis, Tennessee, Nashville, Alabama, Europe, Scotland, England, Barwell, Kentucky. </li></ul>During one period while the Union forces controlled the town, some confederate soldiers entered and were met with little resistance, surprising the Union soldiers. They burn and destroyed the business section of town. All of the federal supplies. They also destroyed many homes.
The 8 kids <ul><li>She was the oldest out of the eight children
Here is a pictures of one of the kids </li></ul>
Her Newspaper <ul><li>Ida B. Wells did a Newspaper in Memphis then moved to New York City to start again. </li></ul>
The newspaper family <ul><li>When Ferdinand was married they started a newspaper business with the two of them. </li></ul>
The Court <ul><li>When she was in court she won and got $500 for the winning.
But, when she went to court again she lost for her first time. </li></ul>
Back yard of Ida B Wells <font size="-1" face="Verdana,Geneva,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif"><img src="http://www.greatwomen.org/images/banners/b_womenofthehall.gif" alt="Women ogf the Hall" vspace="10" width="427" border="0" height="24"></font>
More info <ul><li>She was married to Ferdinand. </li></ul>
Conclusion <ul><li>Ida B. Wells was a great person. She is the most interesting person I know. She did a good job by stopping lynching. She had 4 kids and lived an important life. She died on March 25, 1931. This is a pictures of her grave. </li></ul>