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    Blacksmithing History

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    constructed a plantation house from lumber. In relation to the plantation, blacksmithing in the 1800’s was a hard life. They were trained as an apprentice by a more experienced blacksmith, since there was no trade school. As there was no convenient store, they had to create almost everything by hand or by using a forge, hammer, and anvil. They also used a grindstone to sharpen things. They made items like axe heads, hammers, shovels, sickles, chains, barrels, collars, and scythes. Free blacksmiths would make different items from enslaved blacksmiths, usually no chains or collars. Both would trade their merchandise for about 2 cents a modest item and about 75 cents for a sizeable items. They generally made 1-1.5 dollars a day, which is equivalent to 29-44 dollars today. Blacksmith tools can be divided into three categories, the flames, the anvil and sledge/hammer, and other equipment. Under the first group was the bellows, the shovels, the rake and anything else used to move the coals, as well as the water trough, to cool the coals when they were done for the day. Under the second group was the tongs, cutters and chisels, as well as hammers and anvils. In the third group was the other equipment (including knives, rasps, and files) which was used to make horseshoes and alter the shape of horses’ hooves. Blacksmiths made items by first softening the iron over a flame. Then, they then used a bellows to blow lots of oxygen over the fire, so as to get the flame as hot as necessary.…

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    Anvil Media Case Summary

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    Brief Summary of the Anvil Media Case The Anvil Media Company, a search marketing agency, was founded in 2000 by Kent Lewis. They specialize in SEO, pay-per click management, search engine marketing public relations, online reputation management, and social media marketing services. The challenge Lewis faced was to continuously cultivate both his firm’s reputation and his personal brand. He created a two-way communication which enhanced his personal and firms image while making quality…

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    From Hammer and Anvil to Drones. Early in the War the United States wanted Pakistan to act as Anvil while it hammers Taliban and Afghan fighters in Afghanistan. Since the border on the Paksitani side was not guarded, Taliban and Al Qaeda Militants managed to sneak into their hideouts in Waziristan. Many operations like “operation Apollo”, “Operation Anaconda” and “Battle of Tora Bora” hammerd Taliban but the anvil simply wasn’t there (refrence http://s3.amazonaws.com/nytdocs/docs/21/21.pdf …

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    Jeffrey St. John’s third book in the trilogy, Forge of Union, Anvil of Liberty: A Correspondent 's Report on the First Federal Elections, the First Federal Congress, and the Bill of Rights, was written to show the in-depth view of how integral the three years from 1788 to 1790 were in the long-lasting development of a once weak and divided nation into one of the modern day great-powers of the world. In this novel the story is told from the first-person view of a Philadelphian newspaper…

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    In the short story “The White Circle” Anvil is a bully, but does he deserve to live? This story was written by John Bell Clayton. This story takes place on a horse farm in Virginia. Two boys, Anvil and Tucker, meet in school but find out they have a disliking for each other. Anvil bullies Tucker, but at the end of the story Tucker tries to kill Anvil. Anvil deserves to live because he does not try to seriously injure or kill Tucker. My first reason why Anvil deserves to live is in a scene…

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    Elopement occurred often to occur in the world of Jane Austen, where women would be pressured to go above their rank, while men would marry down. Elopement was very common in the Regency era, and was very dishonorable for one’s family. Elopement all began with the English law forbidding people under the age of 21 to be married. This law in 1754 forbade young adults under the age of 21 to marry without their parents’ consent. Even though England did this, Scotland did not. Scotland let girls…

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    Capuchins Research Paper

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    The transmission of this behavior is learned and passed between capuchins. Capuchins were also one of the first non-human primates that discovered tool use in the wild (livescience). The capuchins diets consist of plants, plant parts, nuts, bulbs, and seeds, they are mostly vegetarian. They also consume insects as well as organisms with an exoskeleton. Sometimes they also consume vertebrates like frogs and rare cases they even consume other primates. Their diet is important because it proves…

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    Duck Amuck Movie Essay

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    analyzing is when the artist appointed Daffy as a pilot(5:46). The artist draws him sitting as pilot in a red airplane, flying through a blue sky with white cloud outlines. As Daffy’s making circles through the sky, the camera moves forward & shows the artist drawing a mountain. The camera then moves forward once again,while an off screen air crash is heard. Daffy then re-appears on-screen with the body of his airplane missing, with him hovering under the glass screen and holding onto the…

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    The story begins in Camelot, a great kingdom where the king has been prophesied to die and leave his infant son without protection from enemies. After the king hears this he sends the child to be raised by a nobleman and his wife in secret. Years later, after the king has died the kingdom is left without a known heir to the throne. So the court wizard, Merlin, decides to make an enchantment on an anvil and sword so that only the true king could pull the sword out, in order to open it to the…

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    of the sword masterfully demonstrate the fluidity of culture within a piece of literature . The Victorian Era, represented by work The Sword of Kingship, showed a clear dependence on the industrial revolution as it heavily affected the British economy and thus, was reflected in the literature through the addition of the anvil surrounding the sword. The Modern Age, including the work “Arthur and the Sword in the Stone,”…

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