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  • Sacagawea And The Iroquois Constitution

    Native American Sacagawea Sacagawea was a Lemhi-Shoshone woman who interpreted for and guided Lewis and Clark. At 13 Sacagawea was taken as a wife by trapper, Toussaint Charbonneau. When Lewis and Clark asked the trappers if any of them would be willing to guild them, Charbonneau told them about his Native American wife. Sacagawea was pregnant at the time, but managed to aid the men greatly and help them out of intense situations. Her son, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau was born during the…

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  • The Beatles: Influential Rock And Roll

    The Beatles were one of the most popular and influential rock and roll groups of all time. This iconic band blazed new trails for popular music through their relentless imaginative and experimental songs that caught attention on an international scale. The Beatles gained the hearts of millions in 1963, the start of Beatlemania, and continued to captivate their fans for the next seven years. Their total domination over the music industry remains unrivaled to this day due to their ability to…

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  • Biography Of Kate Barry

    up collapsing due to the heat. Mary was taking water back and forth to the soldiers and the men running the cannons so that they could keep them cool. She seen her husband collapse and she took over the cannon herself. “A soldier named Joseph Plumb Martin was also in the battle. Later he wrote about what he saw. He said that while Mary was loading a canon during the battle, she was standing with her feet spread wide apart. A canon ball shot between her legs. It tore off the bottom of her…

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  • Zombies In The Film Night Of The Living Dead

    Zombies are a phenomenon that almost everyone has heard about. Shambling mindless corpses trying to feast on the flesh of the living. The idea of the undead has been around for almost as long as people and their culture have. There have been multiple cultural variants of zombies and ideas of how to keep the dead from coming back to haunt the living such as the theory behind the origin of the tombstone was that it was literally a giant rock that cavemen rolled on top of graves to keep the…

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  • Letter From Martin Luther King Rhetorical Analysis

    moreover, it has influenced over time. In "Politics and the English Language", George Orwell develops pretentious diction can misleading people from the language and language is a reflection of our culture and society. On the other hand, in "Letter from Birmingham Jail", Martin Luther King, Jr. shows his belief about the segregation and tried to get the support from the community. In both texts, George Orwell and Martin Luther King, Jr. both show that political leaders use the language to…

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  • Magical Mystery Tour Analysis

    second side of the vinyl that contain five songs. The UK and the US versions had the texts "Apple presents”, and on the inside of the gatefold there was an early version of the Apple logo. Both versions also have the credit: "Produced by Big George Martin"…

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  • Jane Austen Major Works Data Sheet Summary

    marry herself. She takes a girl named Harriet Smith under her wing and tries to help her establish a high place in society, like Emma has. She attempts to make matches for Harriet and many other characters, like Mr. Elton, Mr. Martin, Frank Churchill, Jane Fairfax, and Mr. (George) Knightley, a family friend. Some of these relationships succeed and some fail, but most importantly, Emma comes to understand her heart and feelings and ends up marrying Mr.…

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  • Martin Luther King Ali Case Analysis

    called for murdering the enemy and violated his faith. Ali couldn’t accept betraying his faith for America while in a foreign land, only to return home to a culture of racial bias and discrimination by the country he just served. 6 Civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.'s came to Ali’s defense. "He is giving up millions of dollars to do what his conscience tells him is right," King said. 7 The possibility of being killed or maimed in a war zone for a country that was hostile to black…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Speech By Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    As Dr. Martin King Jr. said in his speech “...With this faith we will be able to transform the jangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. With this faith we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together, to go to jail together, to stand up for freedom together, knowing that we will be free one day.” In the 1900s people of color were discriminated against. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a great leader who changed the world and its beliefs.…

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  • Social Causes Of The Protestant Reformation

    Protestant Reformation took place in Germany, although the Protestant Reformation swept through all of Western Europe. The Protestant Reformation is also described as a “schism” or “separation” from the Roman Catholic Church. The schism was initiated by Martin Luther but was continued on by other early Protestant Reformers in 16th-century Europe.…

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