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    As part of the requirements for the Labor-Management Process course, a topic has been assigned in class to develop in a research paper. During paper, I will briefly discuss the Pullman Strike of 1894, the most important recorded event of U.S. labor history in the 1900s. This event marked the labor movement in history and from it developing laws in which protected workers. The Pullman Strike was led by Pullman workers and Eugene V. Debs, leader of the American Railway Union, which represented…

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    going to talk about one piece of technology that was made in the 1800s and also talk about the history about the invention. One piece of technology from the early 1800s was the typewriter. The typewriter was invented by Christopher Latham Sholes in 1867. Christopher Latham Sholes was very famous for his invention of the typewriter. The typewriters were invented because it would help writers so that they could write and also help the business people. The typewriter was built with a wooden space…

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    georg cantor was born on march 3, 1845 in St.Petersburg, Russia. he was raised by both his father, Georg and his mother maria. Georg’s was the oldest of six children and was regarded as an amazing violinist. Frantz BOhm was his grandfathered and a well know musician and soloist in a russian imperial orchestra. Georg’s family background was a bit confusing. his parents were both of the german-jewish sock but both were christian; his father was a protestant and his mother was catholic. when…

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    1.Marcus Garvey along with his organization Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), felt that true integration of Afro-Americans with other races was not possible; that independence was the key to equality and respect. One of Garvey’s goals in his idea of “black nationalism” was racial pride and unity. The goal was to instill in Afro-Americans that they should think for themselves and to lift themselves up in order to not need help from others. He organization called for a sense of…

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    Night on Bald Mountain Musical Analysis Nazari Tuyo 3.21.17 Historical Background Composer & Arrangers Career Night on Bald Mountain is a scary but yet peaceful song. It was composed by Modeste Mussorgsky in 1867. The version that will be played by the CRLS orchestra was arranged by Eric Segnitz. Who was Mussorgsky? He was born in the winter of 1839, and grew up in Russia. Modest was a composer, and he was well known for his opera Boris Godunov. He also wrote many other pieces of music such…

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    LEGACY OF RECONSTRUCTION President Andrew Johnson had announced a plan for reconstructing the rights by introducing two new bills that would change the American constitution forever, and these three amendments also stand in terms of legacy due to the benefits that the provided to the newly formed democratic system after the end of the civil war. In Johnson 's view, the southern states had never surrendered their entitlement to represent themselves, and the national government had no privilege to…

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    small colonies that went to war with a whole empire. A nation divided fighting against each other. To now, the biggest global power in the world. But what made the U.S such a global power and where did it start? America became a global power between 1867-1919 because of involvement in Hawaii, building the Panama Canal, and their involvement in the Philippines. First, America began to show their global power by what the U.S government did to the people of the Philippines and the location of…

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    Sarah Breedlove, known as Madam C. J. Walker, was an American entrepreneur, philanthropist, and the first female self-made millionaire in America. My project is about Madam C.J Walker. Madam C.J. Walker was born on December 23, 1867. Sarah was born in Irvington, NY. Sarah was best known for developing beauty and hair products. Madam C.J. Walker was one of six children. The first child was born into freedom. Then they became an orphan at the age of 7. Sarah’s parents died after the area was…

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    group including a Confederate veterans founded the first branch of the Ku Klux Klan as a social club in Tennessee in 1866. The first two words of the organization’s name supposedly derived from the Greek word “kyklos,” meaning circle. In the summer of 1867, local branches of the Klan met in a general organizing convention and established what they called an “Invisible Empire of the South.” Leading Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest was picked as the first leader, or grand wizard, of the…

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    of the poets. They had different views of the same country, due to them being different races and they were written at different times in history. Walt Whitman’s poem appeared in 1867 and Langston Hughes’s poem, was written in 1935. The different views could also be due to the fact that the view of America during 1867 was better than 1935. One poet feels the American dream has been fulfilled and the other feels that it falls…

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