John Lee Hooker

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  • Case Study: Power Paw

    “eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions in accordance with Code section 170” (IRS). When forming a nonprofit organization, there is a minimal fee of $850 attributed to the 501(c)(3) categorization for the IRS. There are certain ways to acquire this fee. Websites such as GoFundMe and Kickstarter could be a reasonable asset to use. Although useful, GoFundMe has a 7.9% fee plus a $0.30 fee per donation. In total, around a $1,000 would have to be raised on GoFundMe to reach this. After going through all this to acquire money for the grant, an abandoned motel in Starke, Florida called Underwood Motel would be the location for Power Paws. Local volunteer, John Propes, works part time with construction. His help would increase the effort given to clean up the motel in order for it to become an effective animal humane society. John Propes not only has knowledge based information on construction but also knows a volunteer group who could lend a helping hand. From different grants and private donations, Power Paws will be able to stay up and…

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  • Rise Against And Dulce Et Decorum Est

    War is not a glorious thing that can be justified with words. In the poem Dulce et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen and the song titled Hero of War by Rise Against, both men convey the theme that wr is not something that should be taken lightly or embraced with with open arms. Both men use different stylistic devices to help them educate readers on the reality of war. Through tone, imagery, and mood Wilfred Owen and Rise Against show that war can impact the world, soldiers, and other innocent people…

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  • Civil War Photography

    Morse was the inventor of the single-wire telegraph, co-inventor of Morse code, painter and pioneer of the daguerreotype in the United States. Samuel P. Avery was an art connoisseur and critic. These two men, inspired Brady’s passion for photography, and finally in 1844 Brady opened his own Daguerrean Miniature Gallery in New York City at 207 Broadway, at Fulton Street. At this studio Brady began making cases for daguerreotypes, making jewelry and taking photographic portraits of wealthy and…

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  • George Meade Battle Analysis

    Many historians have very different ideas of the both generals Joseph Hooker and George Meade as well as their successfulness as positive military leaders. Professor Allen C. Guelzo argues that the victory of the battle would have occurred also with Hooker in command because war decisions during the battle weren’t always made my Meade. General Meade was recorded present at the Battle of Gettysburg on July 2nd at 1 p.m. The battle began on July 1st and the battle was on 3 days, this means Meade…

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  • Why Robert E. Lee Won The Battle Of Gettysburg

    Gettysburg was Robert E. Lee’s most ambitious attempt to try and invade Union territory. After this battle the Confederate’s military never held the same amount of strength they held at Gettysburg. General Robert E. Lee’s first attempt to win at The Battle of Antietam was a failure. So in June 1863, General Lee decided to try again. This time he would march North to Pennsylvania and have the Union army of Potomac pursue him. When they did follow him Lee would chose a ground that would terrify…

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  • Battle Of Gettysburg Essay

    The war of Gettysburg started on July 1, 1863 and ended on July 3, 1863. The battle of Gettysburg lasted a small three days, but the war was perhaps one of the most deadliest wars ever fought out on American soil. Before the war of Gettysburg started, Robert E. Lee had won a tremendous battle at the Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia, in May 1863. After the battle Robert Lee had already came up with a plan to strike the North again. This time he would strike Virginia again, but this…

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  • Civil War Movie Analysis

    slaves had better lives living in America than in their native land Africa. After three long days of battle the Union prevailed defeating the Confederates whose resources were few and limited. In the days leading up to the war the Confederates invaded the north and the marching trail of the Union just as they were about to attack the Confederate Army of Vicksburg Mississippi. General Robert E. Lee needed a way to get the Confederates back into good graces. Many of Lee’s people doubted that his…

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  • The Battle Of Gettysburg: Turning Point Of American Civil War

    tactics. General Lee and General Longstreet had several disagreements on tactics, respectively, the day before the battle, the first day of the battle and the second day of the battle; Lee insisted to fight enemy at Gettysburg, but…

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  • Battle Of Gettysburg Battle Analysis

    Three days, two armies, 200,000 soldiers were the beginning of a battle that took place in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The battle of Middleburgh, the battle of Brandi station and the battle of Aldie were some of the battles that would become part of the Gettysburg campaign. General Robert E. Lee resigned to his commission in the United States Army and joined the Confederates, he rose through the ranks quickly and became one of the most iconic leaders in his times. He succeeded, earning…

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  • General Joseph: Fighting Joe Hooker's Leadership

    The leadership of General Joseph “Fighting Joe” Hooker General Hooker graduated from West Point. General Hooker’s military career was a bit sporadic; he served during the Mexican War, then resigned and moved to California to be a farmer. General Hooker later regretted this decision and attempted to return to service, which took several attempts. General Hooker had a leadership style and personality that was egotistically driven and quarrelsome with peers and superiors. General Hooker got the…

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