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    Many groups of people have faced and suffered discrimination in the United States. United States Federal government and the states government have taken actions toward some of the discrimination group to limit or protect their rights as individuals. Limiting rights of these groups in United States have bought changes in the American society. It also had impact on the American economy as well as the the American society behaviors. There was also a fail in the check and balances of the government.…

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    role in America. It was America's destiny to expand their territory all the way to the Pacific, stated by John Quincy Adams ( specified by John O'Sullivan ). The Manifest Destiny included the Trail of Tears, Indian Removal act, Indian Territory, Cherokee Nation, Westward expansion, and the Lewis and Clark Expedition. During the 1800s, the people thought that America's role was to extend its boundaries as far as the Pacific ( page 474 ). In which caused the Manifest Destiny to begin.…

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    educate them on Christianity. Cherokee alphabet was created by Sequoyah; it was use in first Native American newspaper “Cherokee Phoenix”, that was printed in both Cherokee and English. The Indian Removal Act forced thousands of Cherokee Indians off their land (Trail of Tears) into Indian territory. Once settled in Indian territory, organize of governments and school systems quickly came about. Literacy programs for adults and boarding schools were created. Cherokee and Choctaw school systems…

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    The Navajo Language

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    What can strike someone more than the fact that 473 languages are currently close to extinction and in America alone, and that 182 are endangered? These statistics should make all humans consider the fact that diversity is no longer a thing, and that English is the most dominant language. Language is an aspect that makes humans unique individuals in the world and it allows them express their identity, but when languages are being endangered that means there is a threat to identity. Over the…

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    Mayan Creation Tale

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    and explain the creation of Earth. The Mayan, Cherokee, Babylonian and Hebrew stories of Earth’s creation all differ from one another. Despite being different each, story uses different aspects in their own culture to help answer and explain how the Earth was created. Each story of creation references different ideas. To explain how the Earth came to be, the Hopi explain how a Spider Women created most all elements of nature (Handout). The Cherokee describe the creation of mountains by a male…

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    refused the proposition of having the Indians assimilate to white culture and Christianity or having the Indians keep their land, he decided that the Indians must be moved west. When the Cherokee tried to rightfully fight back, Jackson decided to move them forcibly, in the Trail of Tears. On this journey 4,000 Cherokee people died. Additionally, Jackson’s spoils system shows the loss of democracy. Jackson fired almost ten percent of federal workers that were employed under Adams and he hired…

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    Georgia State Insect

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    Introduction The state I chose for my research paper is Georgia. I chose this state because my family lives there. I wanted to know about what was there and some interesting facts about Georgia. Another reason I chose this state is their main fruit is a peach. I mean, who doesn’t like peaches. I also chose it because if I ever go back and visit my family in Georgia I will know stuff about it. That is why I chose the state Georgia. State Insect Georgia’s state insect is the honeybee. The…

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    ABO Blood Group Essay

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    Prior to WWII many anthropologists maintained that race was a biological phenomenon best ascertained through the use of anthropometric measurements. After the war, however, a growing number of anthropologists along with geneticists and serologists began to rethink the race concept and its attendant methodologies. Prompted by political and social events as well as empirical shifts brought on by the modern synthesis, these scientists sought more "objective" and "scientifically valid" methods for…

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    historians as well as archaeologists. Jon Bernard Marcoux takes a step further with his innovative approach to explore how Cherokee households transformed during the English Contact period and if change was a direct result of European contact. Marcoux also questions why the Cherokee even settled in the southern Appalachian region only to abandon it in the 1700s. The origins of the Cherokee settling in the area can only be hypothesized since data recovery is limited at older sites and there are…

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    Raven,' then, during a low point in his life, "Big Drunk." He had a Cherokee wife and she is buried at Fort Gibson National Cemetery, Fort Gibson, Muskogee County' Oklahoma. When he was in his later part of life he got a statue of himself located in…

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