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    the Spanish American War that lasts to this day (Konstam). Teddy Roosevelt’s decisions were instrumental in winning the battles at San Juan and Kettle Hills. Theodore and the Rough Riders were amazing soldiers and were obvious choices to fight in the Spanish American War. Theodore Roosevelt quit his job as the assistant secretary of the Navy to create the voluntary regiment called the Rough Riders (“Eyewitness to History”). Teddy deferred leadership to a war hero named Colonel Leonard Wood. The Rough Riders were a nickname for the First U.S. Volunteer Cavalry (“T.R. the Rough Rider”). They were originally supposed to be made up of men from Indian territories (“The World of 1898”). The Rough Riders were actually formed from many different states and races. They were pictured as a posse riding after the bad guys in an old Western film (“Teddy Roosevelt”). The Rough Riders trained in San Antonio, Texas waiting to fight in the Spanish American War (“ The World of 1898”). While they were there Colonel Wood was promoted giving command of the Rough Riders to Roosevelt (“T.R. the Rough Rider”). Not only was Roosevelt ecstatic at this opportunity, but the soldiers were happy as well. A quote by Richard Harding Davis proves that point by saying “ Roosevelt... made you feel like you would cheer.” (“Eyewitness to History”) Although they had Roosevelt, the Rough Riders did not have an easy time. They lost 89 out of 490 men in that fateful war (“Theodore Roosevelt Association”). Theodore…

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    The Battle of San Juan Hill was the engagement between the United States and Spain that concluded the Spanish colonial control. The most acclaimed unit that was in Cuba at the time was the “Rough Riders”. Led by Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt and Colonel Leonard Wood. The Rough Riders were camped along the Santiago Road in Cuba during the first day of July of 1898 getting ready for battle. The Battle of San Juan Hill was a pivotal battle for both antagonist. Teddy’s “Rough Riders” was a…

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    Victor brought the creature out of the town before everyone else was up and out in the town to make sure he did not frighten the people. He took him through the woods and brought him to a creek. Victor caught a couple of fish to show the creature. Victor made a fire next to the creek and cooked the fish for the monster to sample. The creature was fascinated by the fire. It was so warm and when Victor was busy preparing the fish, the creature put his hand in the fire, not knowing that it would…

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    remember my great-grandparents have owned a wood burning stove to heat their house. My great-grandpa, my mother, my brother, and I had always been the ones to retrieve and split the wood for their stove. Since my great-grandpa and mother have gotten older, the responsibility of this laborious task has been handed down to my brother, Griffin, and myself. Retrieving and splitting wood is a long, tiring, and cold process. First, as with most things we must start at the source, the tree. We have to…

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    solar panels are added to the cladding to form a more efficient and sustainable materials for all sorts of buildings. ( Eco building pulse, 2016) This is a new style where by the solar panels are hidden and are covered by materials such as wood , at this moment in time this kind of technology is building done and placed onto building in the USA., however it has been available in Switzerland for some time . ( Eco building pulse, 2016) The building material is also known as solar activated…

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    “Life has no meaning. Each of us has meaning and we bring it to life. It is a waste to be asking the question when you are the answer.” -Joseph Campbell. Happiness is my meaning of life. I am successful in leading a life of happiness throughout my daily experiences. Place to place, how I speak, daily activities, through success and throughout all of time, I try to show my happiness. Happiness in a place reminds me of my grandmothers’ woods besides her house. The enchanted forest beckons me into…

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    It all starts out dark…so dark that I couldn’t tell if my eyes are open or even closed. Before the sun comes up, it is so peaceful and quiet that I would be able to hear a pin drop from afar. This is just the start of a long sit in the woods to try and harvest a deer. Sitting in a tree stand for hours at a time with nothing but myself and the nature around me just waiting for a single moment to shoot my shot at a deer. As time goes by I begin to wonder if today is going to be my lucky day or…

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    Carpenter Carpentry is a skilled trade work which primarily includes the cutting, shaping and installation of building materials required for the construction of buildings, ships, timber bridges, concrete formwork, etc. Carpenters traditionally worked with natural wood and did rougher work such as framing, yet today we see many other materials being used and sometimes finer trades of cabinetmaking and furniture building being considered as carpentry. Most common injuries: Back - 21%…

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    some features and themes are very prevalent throughout the pieces, while other times it seems as though the art was made by a completely different group of people. When looking at two specific pieces the similarities and differences really shine through. The two pieces that will be compared and contrasted are one of the Asmat drums-the one created by Orem, and the Soul Canoe by Amandos Amonos and assistants. First off, the color of these pieces appears to be similar, yet also very different.…

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    forest, hoping that he had escaped whatever punishment the woman had in store for him. The plague came with the birds. At first, there was only one. Later, people all over the village began noticing ravens, sparrows, and other birds appearing on top of roofs, wells, and chimneys. They found these occurrences odd, but didn’t think much of it. Then the sickness started. People began growing ill all over the village, and starting dying as the sickness worsened. Because of this, farming came to a…

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