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South Central Pennsylvania Essay Examples

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An Introduction to the History and Geography of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvanias land started with the idea of plate tectonics and convection currents. The mantle of the Earth is hotter than the lithosphere, which causes materials to sink and eventually rise back up to the surface. These continents move towards or away from each other with convection currents. Then, during the Ordovician...
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The Hershey Theatre
Top of Form One building that has left a lasting impression on me is the Hershey Theatre. A building based on a Venetian villa and a Byzantine castle is not something expected in south central Pennsylvania and unexpected things have a habit of leaving impressions even if only for that reason alone, but the real reason I fi...
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A Short Essay on Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania is one of the first colines made. And one of the most high class colines out of the Middle colines. Thgeography in Pennsylvania is over all simple. Flat land, And not very soil to make crops. The winters were long so there harvest time was limited. They didnt really have any slaves. People in Pennsylvania we...
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An Analysis of People in Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania Dutch were virtually the only people in America in Colonial days who had a strong, imaginative feeling for color and design; for creative art in their households, and even on such earthy objects as their barns, fences, wagons and weather-vanes. Our knowledge of Pennsylvania-Dutch pottery is based on museums...
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The Ways to Help Create and Improve Sustainable Tourism in Homestead, Pennsylvania
Executive Summary This tourism plan will examine ways to help create and improve sustainable tourism in Homestead, Pennsylvania. This will be done through careful analysis of established theories in the field of tourism planning through a literature review. Then with the aid of primary research, including visual and writte...
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How Pennsylvania Was Founded by William Penn
The Penn Family William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, had many personal defeats but always found a way to be victorious. The thing that made him famous was the fact that he never let his disappointments get the better of himself. When he was down, he always found a way to get back up. Not only was William brave, but he w...
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The Geological History and Features of Pennsylvania
The earth is an ever-changing chunk of rock to put it at the lowest level of comprehension available. This rock that we call home is brewing with billions of life forms and is constantly changing every day. This can be attributed to the various cycles that are at work on this planet of our, from the hydrological system to t...
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The History of the Country of South Africa
South Africa is a country blessed with an abundance of natural resources including fertile farmlands and unique mineral resources. South African mines are world leaders in the production of diamonds and gold as well as strategic metals such as platinum. The climate is mild, reportedly resembling the San Francisco bay area w...
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The Background Information on the Country of South Africa
The country I have picked for my project is in south Africa, and is
located near Zimbabwe, Namibia,
Its climate in January consists of a rainy season. The rains last for about
190 days in the north but only 120 days in the south. In the cool season may
to august temperatures range from 16 deg c to 27 deg c (that is 60 dea t...
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The Language, Religion and Politics of South Africa
Throughout the years South Africa has had many internal problems such as apartheid, small wars within the country, and poverty. Since the early 1990s most of these problems have subsided with the exception of poverty. Before 1994 there were only two official languages in South Africa, now the government recognizes eleven di...
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A Look at the History of the American South
Documenting the American South Documenting the American South is a collection of resources documenting the American South during the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Complete with first hand narratives and detailed accounts of the era, Documenting the American South (DAS) is a fact filled, informative website. DAS is clearl...
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An Introduction to the Geography and Culture of South Africa
South Africa South Africa is the southernmost part of the continent of Africa. It is one of the earth's oldest and stable landmasses. This is why there are no folded mountain ranges. The only mountain ranges that are similar to that kind of range, would be those in the southern tip. This is where the north-south ranges mee...
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A Look at the Current Energy Profile of South Africa
South Africa Introduction Energy is defined as something that creates action. Energy has always been a necessity, because everything requires it in one way or another to work. Without energy, there could bo no electricity, no modern convieniences, or industrialization. Unfortunatly, energy usually means that are negat...
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Geography, Population and Economy of South Africa
South Africa South Africa is the southernmost part of the continent of Africa. It is one of the earth's oldest and stable landmasses. This is why there are no folded mountain ranges. The only mountain ranges that are similar to that kind of range, would be those in the southern tip. This is where the north-south ranges mee...
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The Difference of North and South Korea, a Brief Analysis
Two Korean soldiers-- one from Sariwan, North Korea, and one from Chongju, South Korea-- stare intensely at one another, watching each and every move. They are in the DMZ, a 4 km wide band stretching across 250 km of deserted land, known as the demilitarized zone between the two Koreas. They each represent their part of Kor...
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An Analysis of the Youth Crisis in South Africa
SOUTH AFRICA'S YOUTH Reflecting back on the tragedy that just occurred at Columbine High School in Denver Colorado and the generalizations being made about the U.S youth and the crisis that we are in and supposedly are experiencing ,I decided to research the youth crisis in South Africa. There is at present no "yout...
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The Johnston Floods: When the South Fork Dam Collapsed
“OMG, I can’t wait till we get there!” said Jennifer. It was May 31, 1889, and there was a group of girls on a field trip to Pennsylvania. They were on their way to see the famous South Fork Dam. “I know! I can’t wait either,” said Emily. “I wonder what it looks like; I’ve never been to a dam before.” Abby said. “Well don...
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The Uniqueness of My Community
As I look out of my bedroom window, I see a small rural community with fifty homes, two businesses, and two schools; which once was a thriving coal mining town in south western Pennsylvania. York Run, which was named after two brothers named York who were trappers in the late 1800’s, was the heart of a booming coal industry...
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An Overview of the Battle of Gettysburg and Its Significance in the History of the U.S.
It’s All My Fault” Gettysburg is the most significant battle in the history of the United States of America. The fate of the nation would be determined in the Civil War. The outcome of the Civil War rested on a battlefield in southern Pennsylvania. The battle of Gettysburg reached its climax on the third day, when the men...
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An Analysis of Communism in Eastern and Central Europe
The Downfall of Communism in Eastern and Central Europe The shocking fall of communism in Eastern and Central Europe in the late eighties was remarkable for both its rapidity and its scope. The specifics of communism's demise varied among nations, but similarities in both the causes and the effects of these revo...
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An Introduction to the Geography of Central America
Central America Central America, just south of Mexico and North of Panama, consists of
just six countries; Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua,
and Costa Rica. Of those six, all share a distinct common history except
for Belize. Belize for one is incredibly small, and while Spanish is the
official language...
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A Research on the History of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Central Intelligence Group (CIG)
In September of 1947 the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was realised and hatched, the eventuality of the intelligence reformation in the United States occurring after the Second World War. Less than a year before this date a JointCongressional Investigation had come to the inevitable conclusion that the Pearl Harbour att...
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An Analysis of the Little Rock Central Tigers Football Team by Gary Smith
The Little Rock NineIn the article “Blindsided by History”, Gary Smith tells the story of the 1957 Little Rock Central Tigers football team, using a not-so politically correct approach. This article investigates the racial issues surrounding the segregation and integration of Little Rock Central High School. Until 1957...
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An Account of the Central Area of the Brain Associated With Language
Introduction The central area of the brain associated with language functions extends from Broca's to Wernicke's area's, above and below the Sylivian fissure. Acquired forms of aphasia are caused by damage to this area of the brain, usually associated with one of four sources of disruption to the brain tissue, namely; vascu...
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The History of the Central Park in the United States
Central Park Central Park was the first landscaped public park in the United States. Advocates of creating the park – primarily wealthy merchants and landowners – admired the public grounds of London and Paris and urged that New York needed a comparable facility to establish its international reputation. A public park, the...
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