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  • Paul Revere's Ride Poem Analysis

    which is a primary source. First of all, the poem is not a reliable source because the poem and the letter have time period difference. The letter was written about 20 years later by Paul Revere while the poem was written much later than when the event happened. In the poem it states, “of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, on the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-five; …” The text from the poem states that the midnight ride of Paul Revere was on the April 18, 1775 and the poem was written in 1860, which is 85 years later. Also, the language in the poem and the letter is different as it uses old English in the letter and present day English in the poem. “we would shew two Lanthorns in the North Church Steeple; & if by Land, one, as a Signal; for we were aprehensive it would be dificult to Cross the Charles River, or git over Boston neck.” Referring to this quote from the letter, shew is the old spelling of show and the spellings of aprehensive and dificult are different from the modern-day spellings of apprehensive and difficult. Finally, the poem is not a reliable source as the poem is written a long time after the event actually happened, which the facts in the poem could be distorted. Second of all, the poem is not a reliable source because the poem and the letter have fact differences. The letter and the poem have different information about when Paul Revere reached Concord. The poem states, “It was two by the village clock, when he came to the bridge in Concord town,”…

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  • 'The Real Story Of Revere's Ride'

    the position of George Washington, standing assuredly about the upcoming battle. Additional uses of artistic license in the literature piece made by the artist, Luetze were the colossal sized pieces of ice, as well as the measurements of the boat. The use of artistic license gives the reader a false sense of what had actually occurred during the original event. While on the contrary informational text are realistic and provides accuracy of the event. In the informational text “George vs. George”…

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  • Dana Point Case Study

    INTRODUCTION Dana Point is a city between Los Angeles and San Diego in southern California, but is best known for its harbor. Just north of the harbor lies a rocky beach with large cliffs only tens of meters from the sea, depending on tide level. Cliffs along the coast of southern California are prone to landslides due to their rock composition (mostly sedimentary) and high erosion rates from the sea but become increasingly stressed from overlying man-made structures and landscaping practices.…

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  • Commercial Burglary Case Study

    The 50" Vizio was still in the box which was located along the north wall next to the rear door. The computer modem was on the east side of the room next to the front door which leads onto Lincoln Avenue. I saw that the suspect(s) scattered baking flour throughout the entire room. Ahir told me that he and other employees walked throughout the room and left their footprints on the floor. I also saw that the suspect left their "powdered" footprints from the rear door, through the northeast portion…

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  • The Similarities Between The North And South's Culture

    South vs. North The north and the South’s culture are defiantly more different than you would think. The economy of the south was mainly all about farming unlike the north. The North’s economy was farming and factories. The transportation between the two places was almost exactly the same. The society to the north is not as you would think. The south society was different than the north by a big difference. The north and South’s cultures are close but not to close. The south had a hard time…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Summer Missionaries

    I was not able to influence those people. I was great at inspiring, because I could smile and follow directions. I think each summer I picked up another skill off the what social management looks like. I began to be more confident in myself and my team. I began to find out more information about each church to know how to make the situation better. I learned that forming a relationship first and then trying to change was much better approach to being a catalyst for change. This past summer, one…

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  • Discipleship Ministry Essay

    Introduction/ History Remembering one’s history is important in creating a productive and successful future. The Met does just that. During the early 1900s, the founding fathers of the Met experienced financial difficulties. These struggles helped orchestrate a new vision and inspired them to create an innovative PATH (prayer, attendance, tithes and offerings, and hospitable invitation), which continues today with nearly 1,100 members. The Metropolitan Baptist Church was established in 1917…

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  • Reflection Of A Family Ministry

    should be a repetition of creating more disciples and so forth. The question of are we doing things that we are called to do is brought up and it was especially concerned with us as people and not as the church building. With the advancement of women in the workforce and absentee fathers the church was needed more than ever for the development of families. Agencies and non-for-profits were created to support the youth because the adults were the sole focus of the church on at that time. The…

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  • Goolsby Chapel Research Paper

    The Goolsby Chapel is located in Denton, TX at the University of North Texas. The chapel is a generous gift of UNT alum Tony Goolsby. The chapel is a non-denominational place of worship, reflection and peace that is open to everyone without exception. The chapel was dedicated in September of 2001. It is not as prestigious as the Chartres Cathedral, but it definitely exhibits the ideas and beliefs of Modern Americans.The chapel was planned to accommodate as many as 142 people. To…

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  • Freedom Of Religion In Colonial America

    Religion was a large part of North Americans’ lives during colonial times. Many different groups moved to North America to escape religious persecution in their home countries. However, “freedom of religion” did not always exist in the present-day United States. While many groups came to North America to escape religious persecution, they only wanted the freedom to practice their own religion and did not necessarily want everyone to be able to practice their own religion. Until the Bill of…

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