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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. Gujarat Earthquake

    Gujarat Earthquake An Earthquake is a natural disaster. Scientists believe that when the lava in the depths of the earth move from one place to another, or twists, it causes the earth to shake, and we call it an earthquake. This movement can be mild and absolutely harmless and sometimes it

  2. Waterspout Tornado

    INFORMATIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Tornadoes Purpose: To inform the audience about tornadoes. 1. INTRODUCTION A. Attention getter: What can throw tractor trailers threw the air like matchbox cars, rip homes to shreds and travel at speeds near 400 MPH? B. Audience

  3. book report 3

    Downey 1  Desiree Downey  King   College 1010  January 7, 2015  The Unlucky, Lucky Child.  Thomas Buergenthal’s recollection of his young life in his book “A Lucky Child: A  Memoir of Surviving Auschwitz as a Young Boy” is enough to make even the most solemn of 

  4. How to Prepare for a Tornado

    How to prepare for a tornado What are tornadoes and how do they form? 1. Tornadoes are winds that are rotating and whirling around. 2. Tornadoes form when a supercell thunderstorm’s cold air mixes with the warm air in a set pattern. The warm air has to rise while the cold air drops.

  5. Tornado Vs Cyclone

    Differences between Cyclone and Tornado Cyclone and Tornado are two furies of nature that show differences between them in terms of their nature and phenomenon. (i) One of the main differences between cyclone and tornado is that cyclone develops over sheets of water. On the other hand

  6. Tsunami General

    Personally I would start with the first recorded tsunami, which if wikipedia is right was as far back as 426 BC. To me that is shocking because I hadn't heard of Tsunamis until late 1990's, so the fact that this isn't a "new" phenomenom is a little surprising to me. Then I would have a small

  7. Wreaking Havoc

    Wreaking Havoc: Natural and Man-made Most of the time, disasters are the head of the news. We receive daily news about disastrous events in our world. What can we do about these disasters? Could we stop it from devastating the world? We cannot put our blames to the nature. Natural disasters

  8. Dogs: Tsunami and Indian Ocean Tsunami

    Shannon Ruymen Period 6 Tsunamis A thirteen-foot tsunami devastated Japan on March 11th, 2011 and killed 25,000 people. Would more people’s lives have been saved if there was a better warning system? The main reason so many died was that the size and strength of the earthquake and tsunami

  9. Informative Speech

    Informative Speech Rough Draft Outline Introduction: Do you find yourself not having as much energy during the week as you used to when you were in high school? Do you find that you get irritable more often? General Purpose: I am here to inform you about Chemical Warfare. Preview

  10. Tsunami

    On December 26, 2004, the Indian Ocean earthquake, or the Sumatra-Andaman earthquake, caused a tsunami that killed 230,000 people and was recorded as the deadliest tsunami in known history. The earthquake was recorded as between 9.1 and 9.3 on the Richter scale, the second largest earthquake