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    Essay On Five Points

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    During the Civil War times, New York was full of many slums, including Five Points in Manhattan. It was full of gangs, crimes and several bars. It was full of many Irish immigrants trying to escape the Great Famine in Ireland. Five Points was considered one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in New York. This paper will tell you all about the neighborhood of Five Points. Five Points was completely made up of immigrants. Irish people came to escape the Great Famine, and many of them also lived…

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    Context: The Gilded Age (1870s-1900) was a time of rapid industrial expansion in the United Sates, especially in the North and West. The Rise of Industrialism led to many natural resources and a strong work force for both skilled and unskilled workers, woman, and African Americans. Railroads were the biggest industry, and the importance in factory system, mining, and finance also increased. In the agriculture industries farms were growing more than ever and land was very cheap. Many…

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    Big Ben At Night Analysis

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    Huge Ben at Night London travel is regularly connected with pictures of Big Ben, the acclaimed clock tower from the Palace of Westminster. Worked along the Thames River, Westminster is home to the significant vacation spots in London, including Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral, Buckingham Palace and the Palace of Westminster. During the evening, astounding pictures can be caught from the Westminster connect or the Waterloo Bridge of the enlightened attractions, including the London Eye…

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    Paragraph About Subway

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    • The subway is an underground railroad that is used by many New Yorkers. The subway is one of the most important modes of transportation in New York City. Every day is a different day in the subways. The subway has 27 different lines, and these different lines are A, C, E, B, D, F, M, G, L, J, Z, N, Q, R, W, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and S. The subway was created in 1904, and ever since, the subway has been one of the fastest and cheapest transportation in New York City to get around. • The…

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    New York Trip

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    This spring break I finally decided to visit New York for the first time after wanting to go. I would be taking me to a new city that I have never visited before I was feeling excited about going to New York. One the night before I left for New York, I pack and unpack my bag several times going to my clothes several times thinking that I am packing pack too much clothes and which clothes I need to pack for the weather that is expected in New York while I am there. The night before I left to New…

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    Essay About Central Park

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    Central Park Travel Guide In the center of the Manhattan borough of New York, visitors will discover a storied and idyllic green space known as Central Park. This highly famed attraction was first built in 1857, and originally only encompassed 778 acres. After a time, the popularity of the park forced an expansion to the current 843 acres that it now holds. As a celebrated collaboration between the architect Calvert Vaux and landscape designer Frederick Law Olmsted, Central Park is the most…

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    O Keeeffe Visual Analysis

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    Cities worldwide containing enormous skyscrapers, bustling streets, and breathtaking views has captured artists attention and been the focal point of thousands of art pieces. However, the way an artist portrays their interpretation of the city often varies. At first glance, Fernand Léger’s 1919 The City and Georgia O’Keeffe’s 1925 New York Street With Moon appear to be extremely different photos— the color schemes, spacing, and amount of detail to objects and movement for each photo are distinct…

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    In the readings Bracing for gentrification in the South Bronx by and “The SoHo Effect” by Roman Mars. They both talk about gentrification and how it affects permanent residents. Gentrification is used to describe the arrival of wealthier people to an urban district, which relates to increase in rents and property values, and changes in the district character and culture. Gentrification is often used negatively because it has often led to displacement of the poor and establishment of the rich.…

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    Sometimes it’s difficult for me to remember every place has a history regardless if residents care for it or not. However, it’s the most difficult when I think about the borough I live in, The Bronx. During my senior year of high school, I received an invitation from The Bronx County Historical Society to join an event. The society invited valedictorians from every Bronx High School to attend this awards reception. This event took place outside next to the Museum of Bronx History where the hosts…

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    Introduction In recent years, there has been a great concern that the minority who experience poverty, inequality and racism is in connection to poor health outcomes. The social determinants of health such as the environment, health behavior, and socio-economic status. In this paper, my concern is how disparities of resources such as availability of food stores, and restaurants among minority cause diabetes in East Harlem as compared to the Upper Eastside where the majority of white resides.…

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