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American History covers all topics related to the birth of the United States of America. From the revolutionary war, all the way to September 11th if your looking for an type of event that impacts the United States you’ll find it here.

  1. Avalanches and Landslides

    Avalanches and Landslides Submitted to: Ms.Delgado GEOGRAPHY 12/9/96 By DEWAYNE REDD OUTLINE 1. a.WHAT IS AN AVALANCHE OR LANDSLIDE? b.EXACTLY HOW DOES AN AVALANCHES OCCUR 2. a.I TALK A LITTLE ABOUT PAST AVALANCHES

  2. Tsunami

    Tsunami EENS 3050 Tulane University Natural Disasters Prof. Stephen A. Nelson Tsunami This page last updated on 02-Jul-2012 Up until December of 2004, the phenomena of tsunami was not on the minds of most of the world's population. That changed on the morning of December 24, 2004 when an

  3. Earthquake

    Earthquakes are one of the most destructive of natural hazards. Earthquake occurs due to sudden transient motion of the ground as a result of release of elastic energy in a matter of few seconds. The impact of the event is most traumatic because it affects large area, occurs all on a sudden and

  4. 9th Pro Revised

    introduction An earthquake (also known as a quake, tremor or temblor) is the result of a sudden release of energy in the Earth's crust that createsseismic waves. The seismicity, seismism or seismic activity of an area refers to the frequency, type and size of earthquakes experienced over a

  5. Tornado Essay

    A tornado is defined as a violently rotating column extending from a thunderstorm to the ground. The most violent tornadoes are capable of tremendous destruction with wind speeds of two hundred and fifty miles per hour or more. Damage paths can be more than one mile wide and fifty miles long.

  6. The Intolerable Acts

    The Effects of the Intolerable Acts on the American Revolution Throughout the eighteenth century, tension between the bold and ambitious American colonists and the British Parliament increased drastically. This tension led to harbored resentment towards the Parliament and was mainly a

  7. History Discipline

    Part 4: Observation Essay Critically analyzing Society and its past has always been interesting to me because at the mere fact that I get to learn pieces of their culture and can understand the world before a little bit better. I often ask myself how was the world created and why is the

  8. Techno-Monopolism

    How John McCain’s techno-monopolism will hurt the economy John McCain is an AT&T guy; Barack Obama is a Google guy. And that’s one of the most important policy differences between the two. Think of the Internet as working at different layers. There are all the pipes that go into your home,

  9. Malcolm X

    Malcolm Little was born in 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska, to Earl Little and Louise Helen (née Norton). He lived briefly at 3448 Pinkney Street in the North Omaha neighborhood. His father was an outspoken Baptist lay speaker and supporter of Marcus Garvey, as well as a member of the Universal Negro

  10. Reconstuction Era Analysis

    There is a quintessential flaw at the heart of Reconstruction that was never addressed by any of its policies. This element was open communication. Although there were several successes that came from Reconstruction, such as the ultimate and legitimate end to slavery, it never addressed the

  11. Earthquake in Japan

    Earthquake in Japan On March 11, 2011, the most powerful earthquake ever recorded hit Japan's eastern coast. It killed hundreds of people as it made its way through the streets and fields, sweeping away boats, cars and homes. Its magnitude was 8.9, releasing a 23-foot tsunami and then

  12. Fr Douglass

    Frederick Douglass Book Review A Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass an American slave , is a first person narrative written by Douglass himself. Douglass book gives a first hand account of slavery as an institution and the harsh realities that slaves had to endure during this

  13. geography

    The Unexpected Ice Storm Imagine going to sleep while freezing rain is falling from the sky. Upon waking up, ice has formed on your trees, your power is out, and trees in your area have split right in half or even worse, branches have snapped off. The trees may look beautiful, but it can

  14. Supreme Court

    In the 1970s, the Supreme Court was entering into a new era known as the “Modern” era. In this new era, the Justices were known for reinterpreting legal doctrine previously established in a number of issues. Some of these reinterpretations have had substantial influences on the Court, federal

  15. Collisions and Conservation of Momentum

    Abstract: In this experiment, two object collided both elastically and in inelastically, the purpose of this experiment is to study the principle of conservation of momentum in collisions using two bodies. We also calculated the amount of kinetic energy in elastic and inelastic collisions

  16. Wind and Strong Tornadoes

    A tornado is defined as a violently rotating column extending from a thunderstorm to the ground.The most violent tornadoes are capable of tremendous destruction with wind speeds of two hundred and fifty miles per hour or more.Damage paths can be more one mile wide and fifty miles long. In an

  17. Iran-Contra Scandal

    The Iran-Contra and Its Causes Reagan‘s administration had devised the perfect two step plan. The first was to help Iran out in their fight against the evil Iraq, in hopes that they would talk to Lebanon who was holding American citizens hostage. The second was to aid Contra rebels who

  18. People and Things Affected by the Great Depression

    People and Things affected by The Great Depression The Great Depression is often referred to as a plain economic crash that lasted from around the 1930s to the 1940s, but in reality; the Great Depression means much more, it meant the destruction of hopes, dreams and even the lives of

  19. Remembering 9/11

    The Events Leading Up to the September 11, 2001 Attacks on America: An Investigation By Clayton Rountree Period A-English 9H 1/18/08 The events that occurred on 9/11/01 were arguably the most tragic in American history. Nearly 60 years had passed since the most recent attack on

  20. Pablo Passico

    Pablo Picasso was a famous artist of the twentieth century. He was born Pablo Blasco on October, 25th 1881, in Malaga, Spain. Born to, José Ruiz Blasco and Maria Picasso, from whom he acquired his, surname Picasso. His father Jose was a professor for the school of Arts and Crafts and his mother

  21. Bbb

    When we think of the American West we think of cowboys and the stereotypical “wild wild west.” However, Patricia Limerick shows a different light on the west and how it really was. The most obvious example of conquest within the west is that between the White Anglo-Americans and the Native

  22. Bri

    Minorities in America Dr. Kenya Davis- Hayes-Assistant Professor Office Hours: Noon-4 Mondays and Noon-5pm Wednesdays And by Appointment Office: 274 James Building COURSE OBJECTIVES: 1. To enable students to gain a basic understanding and knowledge of the various contours within

  23. Reconstruction

    It is without question that at the end of the civil war the north claimed complete victory over the south; but as to the reconstruction of the south the north’s losses are characterized by missed opportunities to create equality and stability for all of the citizens of the south. It is a wonder

  24. Fsf

    CHAPTER 13: COMING TO TERMS WITH THE NEW AGE WOMEN’S REFORM MOVEMENTS Primary Involvement: Through Churches EDUCATION: Women helped spread the new public education system pioneered by Horace Mann of Massachusetts. This replaced the system of private education and elitism in who was

  25. An American

    An American is not delineated by a particular skin color or way of life. He is a person from many places, with many shades of skin; of different sizes and varied energies. He has a masters degree, or he may have never have finished high school. He may drive an expensive car, or perhaps

  26. The Definition of a Tornado

    SCIENCE HHW A tornado is a violent, whirling windstorm that crosses land in a narrow path. It can result from wind shear and updrafts inside a thunderstorm. The usual form is a funnel-shaped cloud with destructive spinning winds, that descends from a cloud to the ground over a relatively

  27. Alumina Paper

        Abstract I will create a plan for Alumina using the table below created from the team learning discussions. I will explain how regulatory risks such as tort liability can be identified and managed through preventive, detective, and corrective measures. I will clearly

  28. Civil Rights

    During the 1965-1970 periods, the black citizens in USA were very displeased with their rights and environment; this made many new issues to emerge for the civil rights movement. Housing, low paid jobs and Negroes getting frustrated with the slow progresses of the movement were some of the

  29. “ Nation on the Make” Reaction Paper

    “A Nation On The Make” By Christopher H. Schmitt Reaction Paper The article “A Nation On The Make” talks about our nation’s beginnings and how it shaped the characteristics that we hold true today. The article first started off explaining a not so known historical event. The event involved

  30. The Last Samurai

    The Japanese and European Worriors Europe has many similarites as well as differences. The similarties are that they both have landowning and non – landowning castes during the middle ages.They both developed out of need for protection and were based on a system of mutual obligationd and