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    Ranch House Research Paper

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    average American will move houses 11.4 times in their lifetime. The reason may be from a job transfer, but in most scenarios it will be from the desire to find a new home because of growing too accustomed with a current residence. Every home has its own unique style, but many houses will have similar characteristics based on their architectural design. A few of the different styles of houses are Colonial, Split level, Ranch, Tudor, and Bi-level homes. These are just a few to pick from and it is important to choose one that can fit the right budget and have the right accessories to maintain interest and connection to the home. The Ranch style home proves to be the best style of house because it is affordable and easier to maintain in exterior…

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    Ranching Essay

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    are not a lot of benefits. Ranching is a low education job with little vacation time that a person must be devoted and have experience to do. In order to have a ranching career a person needs little education. This involves a high school diploma or something of equivalent value(Livestock Rancher:Job Description,Duties,and Requirements). However in order to be a foreman or someone higher up this will involve more education. Some ranchers even require a person to go to college to learn…

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    not just the ranchers, need to love our surroundings enough to want to learn and become more attentive to ITs needs, and that starts in our own backyard. This is exactly what the ranchers and the Government are finally starting to realize. For generations Government officials have gotten in the way of allowing this “love” and attentiveness to happen. One example is that of the Vail family. White spoke with Nita Vail whose family once had a ranch on, and owned Santa Rosa Island. Her great…

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    Homesteading In Montana

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    Everyone was aware of the big boom in Montana in 1862 and that showed by people traveling from the other side of the United States to come claim land and start homesteading in the Big Sky State. But along with claiming the land came many requirements. With the large Homestead Boom it drastically increased the population of Montana in such little time which also made the state of Montana get caught up with the upcoming technology of machinery so they would have a more efficient way of farming so…

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    Far West Disadvantages

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    After the Civil War, many people moved to the Far West due to its wet and lush territory, high mountains, flat plains, treeless prairies and great forests. These different societies that developed in the “Far West” included the Western Tribes, the Spanish, Chinese immigrants and white settlers. Firstly, the Plains Indians, the most powerful of the Indian tribes, adapted to the new environment of the Far West by hunting buffalo, which was a big part of their livelihood as they used it for their…

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    The past two summers we worked on a Montana Cattle Ranch. The Stucky Ranch is one of three ranches featured in an Animal Planet documentary series titled, "The Last American Cowboy". This three generation, 20,000 acre family ranch, maintains a traditional old fashioned working lifestyle by preferring to use horses over ATVs, baling hay with buck-rakes and stacking it with beaver slides. After having watched the series, we contacted them and landed ourselves summer jobs. This adventure was…

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    give up his life to protect theirs. Shane only killed because he had to kill the cattle ranchers or he would have been killed. Odysseus mostly only intended to win against his competitors. He only killed when his life was threatened or he had no other choice. These men share many characteristics and ideas about life, while being from two completely different time periods and life styles. Odysseus and Maria Mitchell are both smart, strong-willed, and know what to do in certain situations.…

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    Speech On Stand Analysis

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    things by standing up for what he believed in and what he wanted for himself, his boys, and his grandchildren when we came into his life. He made many decisions both good and sometimes, not so good. His belief was one bad day or bad decision does not define you. That is for sure. The way you cope with these situations make you who you are. If you can stand up and push through the bad, you will get stronger and life will get better. The metaphor “Life’s like a novel with the end ripped…

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    ride “out where the western fork of the old Comanche road” ran through the westernmost section of the ranch, which symbolizes him ultimately realizing that he can’t pursue his passions on his family’s ranch in Texas (McCarthy 5). John Grady has a strong desire to pursue his dreams even if that means leaving his home. McCarthy suggests that he is willing to do this because he believes that he can achieve the ideal cowboy lifestyle that he so desperately wants.John Grady’s fantasy of finding the…

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    Cattle drives lead to what they call cattle towns or “cow towns.” Cow towns flourished in the time period 1866-1890. This was mainly because of the railroads that had reached towns suitable for gathering and shipping cattle. The first town to fully establish was Abilene in Kansas. Dodge City and Wichita soon followed. Dodge City was considered the “cowboy capital of the world.” (Ramos). In order for the cowmen to make sure they didn’t lose any of their cattle or to keep others from stealing, and…

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