The New Northwest

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  • Abigail Jane Scott: Women's Rights Movement

    What issues did she become involved in the Pacific Northwest? Abigail Scott Duniway would dedicate herself to human rights, and plunge herself into the women’s suffrage movement. She would campaign, write books, pamphlets, articles and give speeches, with the intent to educate and convince the public of voting for human and women’s rights. In 1871, Abigail and Susan B. Anthony went on a lecture tour, around Washington and Oregon. She would use her new friends popularity (in articles in the New Northwest newspaper), of their journey, attempting to revolutionize the communities thoughts and perceptions of legalizing women to vote. The two women would ride the stagecoach, around both states, which was an exhausting and ragged transit. Year after year, Abigail would travel the United States (by stagecoach or train), travelling north to Minneapolis, trips to Chicago, eastern Washington, Idaho panhandle, and anywhere people would list about her cause. Success seemed distant, but she was firm in her conviction, that women had a voice and eventually they would be legally…

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  • Oral Health Business Plan

    I. Purpose The purpose of this request is to seek financial support in the amount of $25,000 dollars, for the 12- month oral health and nutrition connection awareness campaign in Northwest District of Columbia entitled “Meals and Mouths.” The Meals and Mouths awareness campaign would fill the void that exists between knowledge of what is nutritious for an individual’s overall health and what is beneficial for superb oral health. This will enable thousands of the 348,000 plus inhabitants –both…

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  • Masks In Native American Culture

    However, Europeans also brought diseases to the tribes of the northwest which decimated the population. As natives were converted to Christianity, less importance was given to traditional ceremonies. Native tribal culture has disappeared almost totally. However, contemporary artists of Northwest Native American origin have continued the ancient craft of mask making and in turn introduced a new art form. These artists combine traditional techniques and traditional forms with contemporary…

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  • Alfred Hitchcock's Macguffin: The First James Bond Film

    North by Northwest, Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959 thriller, features a handsome lead, a beautiful love interest, a charming villain, and exciting action scenes that led to it being called “the first James Bond film,” as noted by The Guardian’s John Peterson (Peterson). Even if it is one’s first time viewing the film, it is easy to pick up on moments that are obviously iconic, including the moving text in the opening credits, the crop duster attack, and of course the final scene on the face of Mount…

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  • Inukjuk Inuit's Human Rights

    is undeniable that the government tried to get the Inuit’s consent and respect their rights. In addition, the Canadian government wanted to provide the Inuit with more opportunities to achieve a delightful life, respecting their human rights. It believed that the conditions in the then Northwest Territories would improve the Inuit’s life standards. Alex Stevenson included in the Eastern Arctic Patrol report that “country produce was plentiful” in the then Northwest Territories (1950). He also…

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  • British Columbia Chapter 2 Summary

    with different people. We have mother, father, brother, husband, kids, grandparents and many other relations. Part C. The Political and Industrial Geography of Canada 1.) What are the 10 provinces of Canada and when did they each of them join “Confederation”? The 10 provinces of Canada and when each of them joined “Confederation” are as follows; “British Columbia (June 1871), Prince Edward Island (1873)”. “Alberta (1 September 1905), Ontario (1 July 1867),…

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  • The Articles Of Confederation: First Constitution Of The United States

    This ordinance was also a system to distribute land and create new states, specifically in the Northwest territory. The previous system, established territories that would eventually join the original states once their population grew. The Northwest Ordinance was different because it would allow the territories to become states after they grew enough. In the beginning, each territory would have a governor and a council. Once their population reached 5,000, they would get an elected assembly.…

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  • Sun Country Airlines: The 4 P's Of Marketing

    flying for the military dropped off as a result in the decline in deployments, Sun Country picked up a charter service between Florida and Cuba. Sun Country cannot compete with large carriers for business travelers, whose company kickbacks offered to frequent business travelers towards their company are unaffordable to them. (Platt, A. 2015, October). In fact, the airline has tried to attract business travelers, who are the most lucrative airline customer, and also attempted new markets, but…

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  • Essay On Shay's Rebellion

    and how it would organize a new nation, came about during America’s fight for independence against the British. This fast answer to a monumental problem would only come to provide temporary relief, for the New World would require structure far greater than what was provided in the Articles of Confederation. Though the founders did not know at the time, they would come to learn quickly that in order for a nation to run effectively it would need to obtain power similar to the government the…

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  • 9/11 Case Study, 2014). As it began to appear that the aviation industry’s economic status was starting to improve, the industry was faced with three more worldwide disasters; an increase in jet fuel prices, a declining economy, and Hurricane Katrina (, 2014). Airlines began making operational cuts in order to stay afloat financially and rise above their competition during this financial crisis (, 2014). Delta airlines cut seats on international and domestic…

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