Isabella Bird By: Lily Dobbin
Early Life http://www.hotelstravel.com/uk.html She was born in United Kingdom,Yorshire,Ingland in 1831.
Operations In 1850 she had an operation to remove a tumor from her spine.  http:// www.cedars-sinai.edu/Patients/Programs-...
Travel She traveled to North America and stayed for several months in eastern Canada and the United States.  http://www.wo...
Father Father died in 1858. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isabella_Bird
Hawaii with Horses She learned how to ride a horse, it would help her with her backaches. http://www.thelongridersguild.co...
Blizzard  Isabella bird rode a horse through a blizzard with her eyes frozen shut. http://legitbabenames.wordpress.com/200...
Japan From San Francisco Bird went to Japan, where she hired a young Japanese man of 18 to be her translator.  http://www....
Marriage and Lose Shortly after Isabellas return her sister died from typhoid. Bird married the doctor who had taken care ...
Attacked She was attacked by a mob that called her a "foreign devil" and trapped her in the top floor of a house...
Credits &quot; Isabella Bird. &quot;  Encyclopedia of World Biography . 2004.  Encyclopedia.com.  17 Jan. 2011  < http:// ...
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  • She had a sister that was older than her in her childhood, but they did not see each other very much.
  • People say she had an operation but most people do not know why.
  • It was very sad when her father died because they spent a lot of time together.
  • She later on went on a travel with her horse and her horse broke 2 ribs.
  • That is when her horse lost 2 ribs.
  • She hired a translator so she did not have to learn Japanese.
  • Who had token care of her sister when was sick.
  • She was rescued at the last minute by a detachment of soldiers. At another place she was stoned and knocked unconscious. She then traveled into the mountains bordering Tibet before returning home in 1897.
  • Isabella bird

    1. 1. Isabella Bird By: Lily Dobbin
    2. 2. Early Life http://www.hotelstravel.com/uk.html She was born in United Kingdom,Yorshire,Ingland in 1831.
    3. 3. Operations In 1850 she had an operation to remove a tumor from her spine. http:// www.cedars-sinai.edu/Patients/Programs-and-Services/Spine-Center/Anatomy-of-the-Spine/Curves-of-the-Spine.aspx
    4. 4. Travel She traveled to North America and stayed for several months in eastern Canada and the United States. http://www.wondercliparts.com/holidays/canada_day/canada_day_clipart.html http://hollyonthehill.wordpress.com/2010/11/13/school-makes-boy-remove-american-flag/
    5. 5. Father Father died in 1858. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isabella_Bird
    6. 6. Hawaii with Horses She learned how to ride a horse, it would help her with her backaches. http://www.thelongridersguild.com/word06.htm
    7. 7. Blizzard Isabella bird rode a horse through a blizzard with her eyes frozen shut. http://legitbabenames.wordpress.com/2009/11/03/
    8. 8. Japan From San Francisco Bird went to Japan, where she hired a young Japanese man of 18 to be her translator. http://www.uni.edu/becker/japanese.html
    9. 9. Marriage and Lose Shortly after Isabellas return her sister died from typhoid. Bird married the doctor who had taken care of her, Dr. John Bishop, in 1881. http://blog.asiahotels.com/asias-5-most-incredible-female-travelers/
    10. 10. Attacked She was attacked by a mob that called her a &quot;foreign devil&quot; and trapped her in the top floor of a house, which they then set on fire. http://photos.igougo.com/images/p304423-Black_Hills_SD-Old_House.jpg
    11. 11. Credits &quot; Isabella Bird. &quot; Encyclopedia of World Biography . 2004. Encyclopedia.com. 17 Jan. 2011 < http:// www.encyclopedia.com > . Jan, 17, 2011

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