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    Military Music Analysis

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    I can recall my father and Uncle would sing songs from the military due to them being a Veteran. The music that I associated with while in my childhood than into my adolescence is that of Military or Patriotic. I would hear the military music playing and there was something about the sound that was in terms comforting, happiness, sadness and inspirational. This sense of an emotion that I could not connect but then my father and uncles would explain how the music would create an emotion in their…

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    Jennifer Quayle was born on August 24th 1981 and has served a fruitful 16.5 years in the Army. She has two siblings: her older sister Kelly and her brother Rob who served in the Marine Corps and is now an architect. She also has a 15-year-old daughter named Kyilee and a 6-year-old son named Kasen. Her husband David has helped her raise their family even through a long deployment in Iraq. Mrs. Quayle knew she wanted to be in the military since 4th grade. She received a picture in the mail of…

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    army to do what is right and reasonable. George Washington had this responsibility. In fact, he also had a lot of courage and determination. One reason he has a lot of responsibility is, in the French and Indian war. George told his soldiers to build Fort Necessity to protect themselves from the French while they planned out their attack. Without this simple command, this small, first army could have been wiped out easily by the French’s large numbers. He has a lot of determination and courage…

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    Dreams rest in the hearts and minds of children waiting to burst forth. In these formative years, nothing seems unachievable and options lay wide open. And, many of these dreams are birthed and grown in the no limits, safe space of the blanket fort. Forts offer a world where kids explore interests and personalities while discovering what they want their future to look like. Will it be filled with numbers and calculations? Does it involve mixing materials to prove theories? Do visions of…

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    Written by American lawyer, and amateur poet Francis Scott Key wrote one of the most famous songs known by our nation. Born on August 1, he was also born into a wealthy clan on the plantation of Terra Rubra. He had been home schooled till 10 and then later attended a grammar school, then to practicing law at St. John’s College. After returning home from school he wed Mary “Polly” Taylor Lloyd and had eleven children. The war of 1812 British captured D.C and took hostage one of Keys attorney…

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    If you were to convey Arnold as a hero you would only be telling only half of the story. Arnold never felt appreciated by fellow Patriots, at the time, and Congress. Arnold argues that for his work in leading captures of certain locations such as Fort Ticonderoga and coordinating the army should be an automatic promotion. Once Congress promoted five other officers other than Arnold, he, along with his extremely sensitive ego, took…

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    Just Five short years America had experienced its bloodiest war to date. The Civil War killed over 618,000 people. The Battle of Fort Sumter was a battle over politics between the North and the South. The event of the battle of Fort Sumter all started when Abraham Lincoln was elected, but before that he was inaugurated the 16th President of the United States. Today Fort Sumter is a museum, but before that happened there was a battle; a battle that started with politics. On November 15,…

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    Sugar Land Research Paper

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    Just east of the Brazos River, lies the land now known as Sugar Land. It was originally owned by the Mexican government and was acquired by Stephen F. Austin after Texas won its independence from Mexico. As a reward, Austin gave the land to Samuel M. Williams in 1828 for his dedicated service (Anhaiser). The land was rich with tall sugar cane, which explains the name. Williams brother, Nathanial, purchased the land from him in 1838 and at some point, built the Oakland Plantation. There he began…

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    “St. Thomas Aquinas identifies three criteria for a just war. First, a war must be waged by a legitimate authority. Second, a war must have a just cause. Third, a war must have the right intentions. (P. 139) In order for a war to be waged by a legitimate authority, it must serve the common good, not just private interests and agendas. (P. 138) In order for a war to have just cause, it must include: protecting citizens from hostile or violent behavior, restoring rights that have been taken away…

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    Even though it was a draw he showed that the Union was willing to fight. February of 1862 he was able to capture two major forts of the Confederate in Tennessee Fort Henry and Fort Donelson. These were the first major victories for the Union and he was promoted to a major general. Grant was in high spirits until the battle of Shiloh. That Battle of Shiloh happened on April 6, 1862, Confederate soldiers…

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