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A Comparison between Two Articles Reporting on the American Revolution and a Modern War
Back in the American Revolution, the Patriots and the British had different ways of reporting the war. The Patriots rarely used newspapers, but instead used broad signs and would nail papers on posts. These signs and posters weren’t changed frequently so the news isn’t always accurate. For both sides, printers had a dangero...
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An Analysis of the RolDid American Revolution Started in 1775
Ray Raphael may not be the first historian to tell us that April 19, 1775, was in fact not the true beginning of the American Revolution, but his claims surely will make you believe that the "shots" in 1775 is in no way, the start of the American Revolution. In the introduction he makes it very clear what The First American...
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The Plague of White Settlers and Its Effects on Hawaii and Its Customs
Despite the island’s best attempts to keep native culture alive and thriving in a manner similar to post-invasion traditions, Hawaii and its customs have been drastically affected by the all-too-familiar plague of white settlers. Where once stood free-spirited religion and fruitful lands is suddenly replaced by political di...
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The History of the Seminole Indians of Oklahoma
Native American Indians in the United States have a long history of conflict with the white settlers who came and took their land with no regard for human life. There are now tribes located all across the United States on reservations living peacefully without much interaction with the United States Government. Florida is...
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The Deep Seeded Roots of Hate and Slavery in America
Slavery has been outlawed in the United States starting from 1787 in the Northwestern territories and the rest of the country by 1864, a direct consequence of the Civil War. The thirteenth amendment, outlawed slavery and involuntary servitude except for punishment, and in essence gave rights to the former slaves which were...
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My Reaction To "The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano", an Autobiography
The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano is a autobiography written by Olaudah Equiano. This story describes what happened to Olaudah after being abducted, what living on a slave ship was like and the emotions that came through him while on this scary experience. The narrative starts out talking about li...
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The Influence of Power in the Relationships Between Native Americans and Whites in the Pacific Northwest
Power: The ability to direct or influence the behavior of others. Relationships between Native Americans and whites in the Pacific Northwest were a fluctuating downward spiral of who was giving power away and who was receiving it. Between the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, power became very tangible; passing from...
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The Invalid American Views on the Yulin Dog Meat Festival
American Views on the Yulin Dog Meat Festival are Invalid Dogs play a very important part in the lives of human beings all around the world. For some, friendly canines are more than just a pet, they are family. Dogs can even become a part of a service or may even be considered heros such as K9 officers in local Sheriff D...
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John F. Kennedy's Assassination Led to a Stronger Civil Rights Movement Under President Lyndon B. Johnson
JFK: A Ploy and Political Power The death of JFK on November 22, 1963 is unlike any other assassination of an American president or leader figure (Martin Kelly). The death of the United State’s 35th president not only shocked the political rule of America, but also devastated the families who once related all too well wi...
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John Locke's Teachings During the Enlightenment Period in Relation to the American Revolution
During the eighteenth century, the newfound colonies in America were beginning to transition into a democratic way of life. Over the years, the colonists found their voice, so to speak, and figured that all together they would be able to block out the rule of the British king. While colonial life was hard, the American colo...
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