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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. Landslide and Debris Flow

    What is Landslide? A. A landslide is when a mass of soil, rocks and other debris moves down a slope, powered by the force of gravity. Sometimes, this movement is so sudden and rapid that it causes devastating loss of life and structural damage.

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. Tornado Synopsis of the El Reno Tornado

    TORNADO SYNOPSIS OF THE EL RENO TORNADO Introduction Tornadoes are violent storms that look like black, funnel shaped clouds. The wind of these storms can reach a speed of 500 kilometers per hour (310 miles per hour). Tornadoes are capable of destroying everything on their path.

  5. Logging Ban

    Nancy Gupton for National Geographic News Published February 27, 2010 A tsunami can kill thousands of people and level entire blocks in mere seconds. See how much you know about these walls of water (tsunami safety tips). (Related: "Tsunami Warning for Hawaii After Huge Chile Earthquake.")

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    In Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, the main theme is intolerance. The main characters are John Proctor, Abigail, and Reverend Parris. Reverend Parris finds his daughter, Betty, and his niece, Abigail, dancing, naked in the woods, seemingly committing witchcraft. Witchcraft is outside the religion

  7. Jackson

    “The restrictive Tariff of Abominations of 1828 had angered the South, especially the South Carolinians, who protested vehemently against an ‘unconstitutional’ tax levied indirectly to them to support ‘greedy’ Yankee manufacturers” (Spirit 274). South Carolina issued an ordinance that declared

  8. Village by the Sea

    Synonyms 1. Flood, flash flood, deluge, freshet, inundation refer to the overflowing of normally dry areas, often after heavy rains. Flood is usually applied to the overflow of a great body of water, as, for example, a river, although it may refer to any water that overflows an area: a flood

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  10. Document Based Question

    The Civil Rights Movement began around 1955. After the Supreme Court’s decision in the Brown vs. the Board of Education case, the Civil Rights Movement erupted greatly in the south. This decision sparked a revolution that would forever change America. The movement involved African-Americans, as

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  12. The Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake

    Gabriel Sayegh Mr. Rosser Geology, Period 4 15 September 2011 1906 S.F. Earthquake Essay The 1906 Great San Francisco earthquake is one of the worst earthquake’s to happen yet. The magnitude was believed to be about a 7.8 on the Richter scale. What made it so destructive wasn’t

  13. Stereotyping the Poor

    Altimari 1 Matthew Altimari Dr. Tracy Hoffman American Literature March 20, 2008 Stereotyping the Poor Early American literature has several distinct characteristics. Most pieces hold true to many of the same basic ideas and stereotypes that were popular in their present day. Drunken

  14. Robin Hood Case

    1. In my opinion the organization of Robin Hood base on robbery but the way Robin Hood run it as same as an army. 2. • Band of Merrymen was growing too fast and the local forest cannot supply for band’s operation. • Fast growing of Mr.Hood’s Organization can easy to detect and how to

  15. President Taft

    What measures greatness? Some believe it is the possession of power or wealth or how one is perceived by others. Greatness is measured not by the tangible items one possesses, but instead by the way one carries themselves. While William Howard Taft, our twenty-seventh president, is not

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  17. The Great Alaska Earthquake

    March 27, 1964 a magnitude 9.2 earthquake hit Alaska its epicenter located in Prince William Sound, 75 miles east of Anchorage. This earthquake was and still is the second larges earthquake ever recorded (Christensen). The plates involved In this major earthquake were the Pacific plate and

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    BUS 405 WK 5 Quiz 4 Chapter 6 - All Possible Questions To Purchase Click Link Below: http://strtutorials.com/BUS-405-WK-5-Quiz-4-Chapter-6-All-Possible-Questions-BUS4054.htm BUS 405 WK 5 Quiz 4 Chapter 6 - All Possible Questions TRUE/FALSE 1. Centralized (multi-employer) bargaining

  19. Bacon

    Revolutions “Consequently, there was a great deal of jealousy and touchiness everywhere, for what could be made could be unmade” (Wood 115). Rebellions are true examples of how a society that may have been created and shaped by someone else can take a stand and reshape into a new future.

  20. Felons Should Vote

    AFF- November/December It is because every citizen deserves their most basic rights, including the right to vote that I must Affirm today’s resolution: In a democratic society, felons ought to retain the right to vote. Before I begin my speech I will offer these definitions: All are from

  21. Juvenile

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  22. Renaissance Period

    Renaissance Period, Composer and his works The word “Renaissance” means rebirth. This was the rebirth of music and how it was interpreted in people’s everyday life. The music also told stories of how people were making new discoveries in this time period. People in the world were now

  23. Paper

    “Economy’s Supply Side Sputters:” While it is commonly known that the economy sputtered in 2008 because of faulty loans and other issues present, what isn’t as well known is the long-lasting impact this has had on the American labor force. This article has made it abundantly clear that the

  24. American Revolution

    Much more than a revolt against British taxes and trade regulations, the American Revolution was the first modern revolution. It marked the first time in history that a people fought for their independence in the name of certain universal principles such as rule of law, constitutional rights,

  25. Earthquake and Richter Magnitude Scale

    Intensity vs Magnitude Intensity describes the degree of shaking caused by an earthquake at a given place and decreases with distance from the earthquake epicentre. Magnitude a measure of earthquake size and remains unchanged with distance from the earthquake. In an example, Magnitude

  26. as I lay dying

    As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying, with its multiple narrators and hickish language, can sometimes prove to be convoluted and rather confusing. The narrators, unfortunately, are no less confusing. Their language aside, each individual personality serves to

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    Cultural orientations Attempts to apply American management techniques and philosophy globally have often backfired due to different cultural orientations. The Japanese, for example, apply analytical-rational logic to machines and synthetic-intuitive logic to social relations. They take

  28. 1968 Frq

    By 1968, the United States had been involved with the Vietnam War for multiple years while dealing with instability and unrest with the people both politically and socially. 1968 was an extremely important year in United States History. In both national politics and the issue of Civil Rights,

  29. Heart of Atlanta v united states

    Heart of Atlanta v. United States A motel in Atlanta, Georgia was an owner that would only accommodate white guests, Negros were not allowed to rent a room. The court stepped in onto this case when the motel was sued because blacks who were interstate traveling could not stay there.

  30. 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