Yahoo Search Búsqueda en la Web

Resultado de búsqueda

  1. 29 de oct. de 2009 · Bettmann / Getty Images. John Paul Jones was a Revolutionary War hero known as the father of the U.S. Navy. Born in Scotland in 1747, Jones came to America as a merchant sailor.

  2. 18 de mar. de 2024 · John Paul Jones (born July 6, 1747, Kirkbean, Kirkcudbright, Scotland—died July 18, 1792, Paris, France) was an American naval hero in the American Revolution, renowned for his victory over British ships of war off the east coast of England (September 23, 1779).

  3. John Richard Baldwin (Sidcup, Inglaterra, 3 de enero de 1946), [1] más conocido como John Paul Jones, es un virtuoso músico multinstrumentista y compositor británico, reconocido principalmente por haber sido bajista y teclista del grupo británico Led Zeppelin.

  4. 18 de feb. de 2022 · 191K. 13M views 2 years ago #EnvironmentalJustice. “When The Levee Breaks” is a powerful, thought-provoking and emotionally-charged classic by Led Zeppelin, from their Led Zeppelin IV album. The...

  5. The Resurrection of John Paul Jones. The perseverance of an American ambassador to France paid off when the remains of early America’s iconic Navy hero were located in Paris, positively identified, and transported to the U.S. Naval Academy. By Captain Patrick Grant, U.S. Navy (Retired) January 2012. Naval History Magazine. Volume 26, Number 1.

  6. The answer, as recorded in legend, came back “I have not yet begun to fight!” Jones gained the victory even though he lost his ship. Jones, Wickes, Hopkins and other Continental captains launched America’s naval traditions, setting an example of skill, bravery and dedication that would serve as a hallmark across centuries.

  7. John Paul Jones (born John Paul; July 6, 1747 – July 18, 1792) was a Scottish American naval captain who was a naval commander in the American Revolutionary War. Often called the "Father of the American Navy", a title sometimes also credited to John Barry , John Adams , [1] and sometimes Joshua Humphreys , [2] [3] Jones is highly ...