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    would get into a routine of how to run, and operate things only to have that completely changed with the new Colonel. This meant that the camps could never get consistency of treating prisoners, how to punish prisoners, and how to treat prisoners. For Rock Island Arsenal there were some changes in Colonel’s, but not nearly as bad as those in Camp Douglass. Rock Island seems to be more run by various military guards. These guards would be the ones who would run most of Rock Island Arsenal , and…

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    In ‘The Magician’s Nephew’*Lewis, pg. no., Polly and Digory find themselves in a strange land. In the ruins of a castle, Digory rings a bell which awakens Jadis, the once-queen of that land. Upon first meeting her, Digory thinks of Jadis as being “wonderfully brave. And strong”. These traits could easily be associated with Medbh, the legendary queen of Connacht. As Jadis tells the children the story of her land, and of the destruction of Charn, we…

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    Abraham Lincoln’s election was the third catalyst for the Civil war. Abraham Lincoln was elected as the 16th president in 1860, and he was reelected in 1864. Since Lincoln was pro-anti slavery, so he advocated “free soil”, or the prohibition of slavery (Dictorionary.com). Since he supported free soilers, the South saw Lincoln as a huge threat to slaveholding. In response to his 1860 election victory, eleven southern states seceded from the Union. (Visions of America Volume 1). As a result,…

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    with some assistance from Native Americans. Native Americans gave them corn and traded often with them. There was a 12 year conflict followed by a short period of peace. Powhatan Indians killed 347 settlers throughout the Virginia colony during the first Powhatan War which was from 1622-1644. Massachusetts Bay, Plymouth, and Saybrook colonies had an alliance together along with some other Native American tribes the Narragansett and Mohegan. This alliance was to help protect them from other…

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    Hydra for one has a freshwater animal and a Island near greece named in dedication to the beast. The hydra of Lerna is the greatest known hydra because of the extravagant battle between the hydra and Hercules. Originally the Hydra was created and raised by Hera to fight Hercules during his second labor. Hercules was up for a demanding fight. He knew that the Hydra had a immortal center head. She also head a breath that could…

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    also enjoyed 69% of all railroad capacity in the U.S. compared to the South’s 31%, and it also held all the currency reserves of the federal government. The government used that reserve to secure the funding necessary to pay for the war effort. First, by issuing a massive bond measure where citizens, and financial institutions were asked to buy bonds to fund the war. After this failed to yield enough funding for the war, Secretary of the Treasury Chase, made the calculated decision that the…

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    The Confederacy and the Union both impacted the Civil War with the use of spies for things like battles, trading information, keeping lines open for communication and supplies, and swaying important people in Washington and Richmond to be on their side. Spies in the civil war had complicated systems used to get information across state lines, not to mention often risked their lives daily to not get caught, as if they were, they would be charged with treason and put to death. They were the…

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    The first major battle was the First Battle of Bull Run which snapped the Union into reality that this war might last more than just a couple of months and gave the Confederates a sense that they might actually win this war. Before this war General McDowell didn’t think the army was ready and that was proven during this battle. The objective of the battle was to capture the town of Manassas, which was an important rail road junction…

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    The American Revolution and the Civil War had similarities and differences between both wars. The differences between the two are, the American Revolution War was fought with Britain and the 13 original colonies. The Declaration of Independence gave the colonies a feel of separation from the British. Which the War ended with the signing of the Treaty of Pairs. Another difference between the two was that the French came to the aid of the thirteen colonies. With the Civil War, it was with the…

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    the fall of 1831. Jackson helped around his uncle's farm. He attended school when and where he could. Records show that he attended classes in the community of Westfield for 39 days in 1837. In 1839, he attended a school in the assembly room of the first Lewis County courthouse…

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