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    English textile factories could kill people. They are not good at all and a lot of people got injured working in them including children and adults. How could people work in an environment where it is hard to breathe or where people were losing body parts like hands and fingers? Many of the workers got diseases and become ill however then they got others sick. The people who worked at the factories would completely disagree with what the people outside the factory said but the factories were bad. Dr. Ward explained how it was very hard for him to even stay in the factory for ten minutes and there were small children working there for hours everyday. He also explains that many children got injured and sick because the factory was so unhealthy…

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    Pocahontas Essay

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    intermediary between the English colonist and her father, who the chief of their tribe. In 1616, Simon van de Passe did the first portrait of Pocahontas in England. The engraving is the only visual depiction of Pocahontas during her lifetime, other portraits of her were created after she had passed away (Robertson 554). Pocahontas ended up in England when she was captured by the English and converted to Christianity. Soon after she meet her husband John Rolfe where they traveled back to…

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    which gives readers an insight into slavery in the British West Indies. It comes off as a cry from the heart, but it was well-crafted to stir the hearts of middle-class English audiences. From the start, with Prince’s birth in Bermuda all the way to her gaining freedom back in England, Prince is able to present a slave’s point…

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    discrimination after moving to the United States from China. She believes that immigrants who cannot speak perfect English are unfairly judged. Non-immigrants need to understand the hardships that are faced by people who move to different countries. Speaking about discrimination, Tan utilizes parallelism, simplistic diction, and cumulative sentences to create a broad, universal appeal. To begin, Tan explains her background and the maltreatment of immigrants through parallelism. She introduces…

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    conflict between various groups of people. It has also caused reflection and reevaluation of one’s own culture based on interaction and experiences with another. This was the case for French Enlightenment philosopher, François-Marie Arouet, known by his pseudonym, Voltaire. Not unlike his fellow theorists, Voltaire sought to examine various aspects of the world around him with the goal…

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    Literacy Memoir Rough DraftWhy am I struggling to express myself? You know, let us start with the fact that eventhough I was born here in Miami, I was raised in Colombia, obviously then Spanish is my firstlanguage. Well, how did you learn English? Well, in Colombia, one took English classes inschool. So that is why I have a preparation before entering an American classroom andunderstand some things exposed in class. And you were how old when you first came toAmerica? I was 18 and I have been…

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    they came to be here and of their lives after; some are sad, some are scary, and some are painful to listen to. However, most citizens born in the United States only truly believe that there is one outcome to immigration: it is hard and people suffer. Which in most cases is true, but at the same time people need to realize that there are many diverse outcomes. Looking at “Niño” by David Mitchell and “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan side by side sheds light…

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    Bede In The Middle Ages

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    His documented life history begins at the age of seven. It was custom of young boys, who were of noble birth, to be sent away for study, so Bede was sent to the St. Peter monastery of Wearmouth to study with the abbot Benedict Biscop. In approximately the year 682, Bede transferred to the twin monastery, St Paul’s, in Jarrow to study and learn from Ceolfrith, Benedict Biscop’s “apprentice.” 
 During the sixth and seventh centuries, the Justinian Plague, named after ruling King Justinian, was…

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    American Colonies Dbq

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    in the same social group as Englishmen who live in England and that they share the same nationality. They are content with their social relationship and social freedom because they feel socially equal to the English who live in England. The atmosphere quickly changes as Americans feel awkward by the presence of Englishmen in their homes.. The Americans were required to share their homes with English soldiers and were not happy with the situation due to the Quartering Act: “His majesty hereby…

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    Native American Empires

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    Americans in early seventeenth century Virginia be considered an empire? In describing Powhatan and his people, John Smith writes that the chief inherited some of his territories but the rest were his “several conquests.” Smith, an English settler, referred to Powhatan as an “Emperour” that “ruleth over many Kings or Governours.” Therefore, the Native Americans in Virginia under the rule of one authority, who has conquered many territories to build what would be considered an empire. So, are the…

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