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 Date: 09/30/15 20:07   in : History_Other 

Growing Up In The Old West Growing Up as a Christian in the Old West Growing up in the late 1800’s was not an easy task for anyone, but it was especially hard for a Christian. The lifestyle that I was forced to endure was one that I would not wish upon anyone. The lifestyle that is gl...

 

1451 days

 Date: 09/30/15 16:29   in : History_Other 

Story Behind Fort Sumter The building of Fort Sumter began in 1829 as one of many Federal forts down the coast. After the War of 1812, the Federal government saw its need of forts to protect the coast. This fort’s walls were five feet thick and over fifty feet high. The left and right...

 

1451 days

 Date: 09/30/15 15:40   in : History_Other 

!9th Century Romancism The 19th century was a period of romanticism. The population of Europe doubled and more cultures populated the land. This caused people to revolt against convention and search for freedom. This movement strongly influenced the arts, literature, and philosophy. Natur...

 

1451 days

 Date: 09/30/15 14:30   in : History_Other 

Veitnam The Vietnam War was truly one of the most uncommon wars ever fought. This conflict was so hostile and ironic, that the official beginning and end could never be identified, or pinpointed. Likewise, the enemies and the allies looked exactly alike. This turmoil made everyone in the...

 

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 Date: 09/30/15 13:05   in : History_Other 

Vietnam War Memorial - Powerful Granite At the age of twenty one, a female undergraduate at Yale University named Maya Lin submitted her design for the Vietnam Memorial. Her idea for the memorial was extremely unique and controversial. After long discussions by a panel, it was chosen ...

 

1451 days

 Date: 09/30/15 12:17   in : History_Other 

Department of Child and Family Services There are many issues in the American society today. Teen pregnancy, gun violence, teen suicide, drunk driving, and under age smoking are just a few of them. We think that one of the biggest issues in today's society is DCFS mistakes. DCFS stands fo...

 

1452 days

 Date: 09/30/15 06:44   in : History_Other 

Sparta And Persia In The Ancient World Sparta and Persia in the Ancient World: An Analysis of Military, Religion and Government Sparta and Persia are two cultures with a lot of history between them. The Spartan civilization existed in Ancient Greece. Sparta was a city of Laconia...

 

1452 days

 Date: 09/29/15 19:49   in : History_Other 

The Phenomenon of Writing The phenomenon of writing has been invented independently five separate times in the history of man. While History textbooks almost exclusively talk about the writing of Mesopotamia and Egypt, writing has also been developed in the Indus Valley, China, and Mesoam...

 

1452 days

 Date: 09/29/15 18:52   in : History_Other 

Iman Research Paper Iman Abudulmajid, or just more commonly know as Iman, is a famous immigrant of the United States. Iman has become very successful in many ways in the United States. Iman started her life out in Somalia, Africa. She was born on July 25. 1955. Her father was the amb...

 

1452 days

 Date: 09/29/15 18:05   in : History_Other 

Crime And Masculinity We live in a male dominated society, and it is statistically proven that there are more male criminals than female. Why is that, since society is created based on male views? Why do males find it harder to cope with the rules they make up, while females at least stat...

 

1452 days

 Date: 09/29/15 16:56   in : History_Other 

Sumerian Culture While researching Sumerian culture I learned many interesting facts that I did not know before. If people knew little facts about Sumer it would change the way people looked at other ancient societies. Many advances that were not attributed to sumeria, were often pioneer...

 

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 Date: 09/29/15 16:21   in : History_Other 

CIA In Guatemala In 1944, Guatemala entered their ‘ten years of springtime’ with the democratically elected president Juan Jose Arevalo. He began the institution of reforms that were aggressively continued by the socially aware president Jacobo Arbenz Guzman. Guzman took office in 1951 ...

 

1452 days

 Date: 09/29/15 15:03   in : History_Other 

Japanese Interment Camps According to our history in 1942, approximately 110,000 Japanese-Americans were relocated to selected areas far from their homes. (The American Promise pg. 692) For fear the United States Government held against them. This fear was cause from Japan who had just bo...

 

1452 days

 Date: 09/29/15 10:29   in : History_Other 

Modern Russia The possible beginning of the fragmentation of the Communist Party and the Soviet era took place when Boris Yeltsin, leader of the Russian S.S.R. who urged faster reform, left the Communist Party along with other radicals. In March 1991, the Soviet people were asked ...

 

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 Date: 09/29/15 07:40   in : History_Other 

Greek Warefare The Hoplite Revolution and Greek Warfare Hoplite warfare was a representation of a source of living, and a form of values and relations between the Polis. Only the men considered to be a Hoplite, and part of the unit known as Phalanx, were able to afford the expensive Hop...

 

1453 days

 Date: 09/28/15 20:18   in : History_Other 

American Colonists The American colonists resisted taxation by the British Parliament in the 1760’s and 1770’s. This was set on the grounds that no man’s property could be legitimately taken from him without his own precise consent, either directly with the owner or even through his repr...

 

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 Date: 09/28/15 18:35   in : History_Other 

Jim Crow Lynchings Jim Crow was the racial caste system of anti-black laws that categorized blacks as second-class citizens. The lecture by Professor Kreus was quite emotional with powerful examples of how whites were superior to Blacks in all important ways, including but not limited to...

 

1453 days

 Date: 09/28/15 17:27   in : History_Other 

The Era Of Good Feelings: An Era Of Idealism Or Realism? A paper submitted to Dr. Galatas of the History and Political Science Department at Georgia South Western State University The Era of Good Feelings: An Era of Idealism or Realism? The Era of Good Feelings was the national mood of...

 

1453 days

 Date: 09/28/15 16:10   in : History_Other 

The Real Lincoln When Abraham Lincoln was elected in 1860, America was never the same. Lincoln was mainly remembered for his great roll in the Civil War, and his written documents, the Gettysburg Address and Emancipation Proclamations. When growing up in school, teachers made Lincoln see...

 

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 Date: 09/28/15 11:22   in : History_Other 

Out Of This Furnace Out of This Furnace, a novel by Thomas Bell, is the story of successive generations of Slovakian immigrants and the hardships they faced in coming to America, finding work, and trying to find a way out overwhelming poverty and hardships. Out of This Furnace is a story...

 

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 Date: 09/28/15 09:11   in : History_Other 

Missullini And Fascism Fascism is a form of counter-revolutionary politics that first arose in the early part of the twentieth-century in Europe. It was a response to the rapid social upheaval, the devastation of World War I, and the Bolshevik Revolution. Fascism is a philosophy or a s...

 

1454 days

 Date: 09/28/15 07:58   in : History_Other 

Carles Gauss Carl Friedrich Gauss was born 1777 and died in the year of 1855. He was a German mathematician noted for his wide-ranging contributions to physics, particularly the study of electromagnetism. Born in Braunschweig on April 30, 1777, Gauss studied ancient languages in college...

 

1454 days

 Date: 09/28/15 06:18   in : History_Other 

People Make History In one of his quotes, Dr. William Clyde de Vane states “one of these things is the capacity for greatness in man—his capacity for being often the master of the event —and sometimes even more—the changer of the course of history itself.” I agree with this quote that pe...

 

1454 days

 Date: 09/28/15 03:43   in : History_Other 

WWI, Causes Of The Causes and Effects of World War I What were the causes and effects of World War I? The answer to this seemingly simple question is not easy. There was more to the onset of the war then the event of an Austrian prince being murdered in Serbia, as is what most people cons...

 

1454 days

 Date: 09/28/15 02:58   in : History_Other 

Paris Peace Conference And Versailles Treaty The Paris Peace Conference and Versailles Treaty were designed to prevent Germany from ever threatening the world again. This treaty had many strengths and weaknesses. Each state yearned for different things to come out of the treaty of Versa...