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    For the second Midterm I decided to answer the question that asked what were the early settlement patterns that each of the following followed; the Mid-Atlantic, the Chesapeake Region, and the Southern Colonies. I will compare and contrast the main ideas about each of the topic’s stated above. To start off this essay I will first talk about is the Mid-Atlantic, this part of the United States is consumed of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia, and West Virginia. This region is also known as “ the typically American “. Some of the settlers that came to the Mid-Atlantic were the dutch, swedes, English Catholics, and her quakers. This quote I found showed the types of people that first settled into this particular region “ While early settlers were mostly farmers, traders, and fishermen, the Mid-Atlantic states provided the young United States with heavy industry and served as the "melting pot" of new immigrants from Europe. Cities grew along major ports, shipping routes, and waterways. “ ( Wiki ) This quote shows what the first settlers accomplished when they first came. The religion of the Mid-Atlantic was primarily shaped by the English Puritans and that religion was basically from New England. A quote that I found that best explains the Mid-Atlantic…

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    Middle Atlantic colony. The religion in the colonies of the Middle Atlantic was very diverse than their surrounding colonies, they had Lutherans, Dutch Puritans, Mennonites, Quakers and Calvinist to name just a few. The role of religion played a critical part in the Middle Atlantic colony because it was the driving cause of the establishing colonies in the area. The Middle Atlantic unlike the colonies north and south of them they grew wheat in abundance. They also had immigrants swarm to their…

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    country are apart of a/an ethnic/native, religious, or secluded groups. Not every group is on good term with other surrounding ethnicities. Racism is the controversy in many eyes of the Indian people. Segregation and discrimination is not only a superior problem in the United States, but it is a major controversy in India, especially in the northeastern region of the small country (“Dehli Most Racist City In India, Reveals Government Report”). India is ranked #1, as the most racist country in…

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    data for this. In 2010 women accounted for half of the population at 50.2%, blacks and African Americans accounted for 54%, so by this data the minorities in most states account for half of the city’s population. While, white people alone accounted for 38.4% of the population, so while a good majority of people in the north are white, in the south the states are not just economically successful, but also ethnically diverse (Censur.gov). People with a high school graduate or higher at age 25+,…

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    Crops were grown for sale, not consumption. The South produced cotton. Eli Whitney’s cotton gin made this possible. The West and rural areas of the North produced corn and wheat. Farmers benefited from John Deere’s steel plow and Cyrus McCormick;s mechanized reaper. The steel plow enabled farmers to develop more land, more quickly and efficiently, turning soil that would otherwise break weaker wood or iron plows. The mechanized reaper allowed farmers to rapidly harvest crops with less labor.…

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    Winter getaway to Florida’s best beaches If you’re looking to escape the cold weather climate, it’s not too late to book a vacation to Florida’s beaches. Over 1,000 miles of shoreline awaits vacationers to Florida’s pristine beaches. No other state offers as much diversity. In the northeastern part of Florida are Amelia Island and the beaches of Ponte Vedra and St. Augustine offering visitors a luxurious blend of hotels situated among dunes and white sand. Visitors looking for a little more…

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    The sport we in the United States know as football is more so called gridiron football, for the vertical yard lines that mark the field. Closely related to some English sports, rugby and soccer gridiron football originated at collages in North America, primarily the United States, in the late 19th century. On November 6 1869, the players from Princeton and Rutgers held the first intercollegiate football contest in New Brunswick, New Jersey, playing a soccer style game with rules adapted from the…

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    The Jungle During the 1880-1910 times, a lot of tragic events occurred relating to urbanization, industrialization, and immigration. Workplace safety, treatment of immigrants, and child labor were events that changed America as a whole the worst way possible. Numerous of areas in the United States were settled as a trading post and transportation routes. As the industries and technology improved, cities in America became the center of products. Cities grew in populations and in size. Countries…

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    its neighbor, Kuwait. In result of Hussein’s order, Egypt and Saudi Arabia called on Western nations including the United States to interfere. Hussein confronted United Nations Security Council demands to depart from Kuwait by mid-January 1991, and the Persian Gulf War had started with an enormous U.S.-led air offensive known as an Operation Desert Storm. Also, after 42 days of fierce attacks by the affiliated coalition on the ground and in air, George H.W. Bush, U.S. President at the…

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    Threats and attacks from terrorist groups have caused citizens from many nations to live in fear from what's coming next. Over the past few years the United States have been receiving threats from a militant group in the Middle East called ISIS. The group named ISIS stands for “ Islamic state of Iraq and Syria.” Citizens in the United States are scared and don’t understand why our country isn’t doing anything about it. The United States military should act more aggressively to stop the ongoing…

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