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  • Northern California Advantages

    about Northern California and all of the amenities that it has to offer and why it is a better choice than visiting Southern California. The reason I have decided to research California and learn about all of the beautiful cities, wonderful scenery, and the various other things that I will get to experience, is because I am planning a trip to go in September. I have never been to the west coast, but I have heard about how beautiful it is. It wasn’t easy to decide which place I would rather visit. I want to go to a place where it will be a constant adventure. I have to be near a beach, but I also want to be within a few hours of Redwood National Park. I have to take into consideration that I don’t have endless…

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  • Analysis Of The Mission Period Of Northern California

    During the mission period of Northern California, specifically around the missions of the Bay Area, there has been a great amount of research done into uncovering the archaeology of the resistance and level of assimilation undergone by the Natives who lived or were involved with the missions at the time. Over course of these investigations much evidence has been found that shows a level of integration for the individual was present in this time period at the missions in order for the native…

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  • Research Paper On California Drought

    lack of fresh water in California, but the lack of purposeful direction and use for the water. The water that melts off the Sierra Nevada Mountains flows into rivers and is then distributed among cities, agricultural areas, and fish across the state. However, the way it is distributed is damaging in many ways and groups such as farmers,…

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  • Cultural Diversity In California

    From the very beginning, California has been a place associated with uniqueness and great diversity. It has been said that within the confines of California can be found much of the best and worst of all forty-nine other states combined. Large scale migration has greatly contributed to the phenomenon, as has the diverse climate of the state. Consequently, it is safe to say that California has something to offer to every single person. What makes California so different from the rest of the…

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  • San Andreas Fault System Essay

    Part 1 - Overview of the San Andreas Fault System Where exactly is the San Andreas Fault System (SAFS)? The SAFS is located in California, mainly towards the West coast. B) What is the dominant type of fault within the system? The dominant fault within the SAFS is a right lateral strike slip fault. C) Where exactly is the SAFS in California? The SAFS begins in Cape Mendocino (Northern California) and ends in Salton Sea (Southern California). D) Dimensions of the fault? How long? How wide? How…

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  • My Experience In Salifornia

    was to venture out from Jeddah to California. My heart was beating as I strolled through the entryways of the Jeddah air terminal. I was gripping to my bag as I walked up to the counter to get my ticket. I needed to hold up in line to get my ticket and after that get my pack checked. At that point I heard it "flight 0091 to California is presently loading up." After I gave this nominal old man, my ticket I got on the plane. The flight specialist, who was wearing a light dim dress with a red…

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  • History Of The California Constitution

    So many things transpired between 1850 and 1900 when we talk about the history of the United States. The Civil War (1861-1865) alone is full of significant events that usually fill our history books. Slavery was prevalent and resulted in violation of human and civil rights. In California, started to advocate for statehood, and civil leaders who wanted to develop a growing region and also to gain power were so excited to have a new civil government. Thus, the California Constitution was drafted…

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  • The California Gold Rush: The Biggest Mass Relocation In American History

    Gold Rush: The California Gold Rush was the biggest mass relocation in American history since it realized 300,000 individuals to California. It began on January 24, 1848, when James W. Marshall discovered gold on his real estate parcel at Sutter's Mill in Coloma. The news of gold rapidly spread around. Individuals from Oregon, Sandwich Islands (now Hawaii) and Latin America were the first to hear the breaking news, so they were the first to touch base so as to test their fortunes in California…

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  • Hydraulic Fracking Pros And Cons

    people of California disagree with this and have taken action into their own hands. What is Hydraulic Fracking? Hydraulic fracking is the process…

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  • War With Mexico Essay

    California became part of the Mexican republic. Mexico Liberalized trade and immigration policies, and thereafter the number of foreigners entering the province increased. Hundreds of new comers stayed, becoming the vanguard of the later invasion of California. About 1500 Anglos reached California between 1843 and 1846. They mixed less readily and there was less intermarriage. Not surprisingly, the Texas adventure affected Mexican attitudes towards immigrating Anglos. Anglo-American trade with…

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