The magnitude of the earthquake gave hint to the size and power of the San Andreas Fault, that was previously unknown. And while the extensive death tolls and damage made to the city was horrific, the better understanding and knowledge of how to properly build for the San Andreas earthquakes was priceless. The ‘Great Earthquake’ of 1906 was not only a massively impressive earthquake but it was also the creator of one of the most destructive fires in the history of the United States of
Results of The Haiti Earthquake of 2010 The earthquake of 2010 was a 7.0 on the Richter Scale. This large earthquake caused the death of 230,000 people. This was due to poor building structure and little warning. There were too many bodies to move and so few people who were capable of moving them (due to injuries) that the bodies would just be piled up on roads and in city squares. As a result of the earthquake, a total of 10,000 children were left orphaned.
In minutes, half of the city was destroyed. According to U.S. estimated, 60,000 to 70,000 people were killed by the bomb, 140,000 were injured many more were made homeless as a result of the bomb and some of them were missing. A very dangerous radiation reached over 100,000 kilometers. In the blast, thousands of people died instantly. The city is completely destroyed, there are 90,000 buildings and 60,000 of them were completely destroyed by the explosion.
They were treated as sub-human and had no freedom.They recieved very little food, so many starved to death. (Doc 5) Columbus demanded at least a thimble-sized amount of gold every three months from each Native. If they did not reach this goal, their hands were chopped off. In addition, many of the Arawaks were forced onto encomiendas, cash crop plantations, where they were regularly worked to death. Seeing the impending doom, the suicide rate of the Arawaks skyrocketed just so they could avoid the fate of those around them.
The Massive Earthquake The earthquake in 1906 was one of the most tragic things that happened in history . Mainly approximately 3,000 people died in this natural disaster .Also a woman named ¨Emma Burke ¨ was one of the survivors to live to write her story . Also the is a story that tells the reader about the 1906 earthquake .The name of that book is called ¨Dragonwings ¨ The disaster was really bad for those who lost their lives and to those who were injured . During this time it made it hard for people to survive because of all the smoke and to those who lost their houses in the fire Because they had different purposes for writing, Emma Burke’s point of view of the 1906 earthquake was that nothing really happened to anyone , while Moon
The California Gold Rush was a period in American history which began on January 24, 1848, when gold was discovered by James W. Marshall. The Gold Rush played a very important role in the social development of America, which in the political, economic, cultural and other aspects. What’ s more, it also change America in many ways. Promoting American Economic Development The Gold Rush utterly changed American appearance: a large number of immigrants appeared; large quantities of barren lands were reclaimed; a lot of gold miner were set up; the development of agriculture in west provided a large amount of food, material and domestic market on industrial development; nature resources were opened up to develop industries. And trade and transportation had got new leaps.At first, When San Francisco newspaper printed this discovery.
the city San Francisco “became the most cosmopolitan city in America, with large numbers of French, Germans, Americans, Mexicans, and Chinese,” (Gillon 69). This shows that the Gold Rush attracted immigrants from all around the world to California which caused the city to become more diverse and more cultures were practiced throughout California. California became more diverse because of the Gold Rush. In conclusion, the Gold Rush had a positive impact on American History because Americans grew in wealth and California became more diverse. Americans were able to make thousands of dollars off of gold and immagrants and foreigners from all over the world came to California.
He attempts to put it into perspective not simply writing on the buildings which crumbled in the wake of quake but the “hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of walls and chimneys” He doesn 't simply say that there was no way to stop it, he regretfully tells on how “All the cunning adjustments of the twentieth century city had been smashed by the earthquake.” He illustrates the unstoppable and huge destruction of the disaster. He obviously doesn 't have any sort of positive emotion tied to the event, in fact it’s solely negative.
When the Wenchuan earthquake struck China on the 12th of May 2008 its shock and resulting aftershocks, landslides, mud-rock flows and barrier lakes affected more than 45.5 million people. 69,226 were killed, 17,923 went missing and another 374,643 were injured. The remainder were affected by job loss, homelessness, displacement and economic downfall as a result of the 5.36 million buildings that were destroyed and the further 21 million that were damaged. The disaster caused a direct economic impact of over US$125.7 billion across a spanning number of industries (U.S Geological Survey, 2008). The response to the earthquake had to be a methodical, multi-faceted and interdisciplinary effort, making it a particularly interesting case study for the multidisciplinary group of Hallmark students at La Trobe University.
The Syrian civil war started six years ago, causing a lot of destruction and misery, and unfortunately it still continues with no sign of any tangible solution. Hundreds of thousands of people were killed, homes were destroyed , families were separated, and many cities were pulverized. According to World Vision (2014) 13.5 million people in Syria need humanitarian assistance due to the violent civil war. Over 6.5 million Syrians have been left homeless looking for safety and peace in different cities. In addition to the 4.8 million Syrian refugees who left their country and moved to other close countries seeking protection, health care, and shelter for themselves and their families ("Syria refugee crisis FAQ: What you need to know", para.
California was organized as the State of California on September 9,1850. The California Gold Rush starting in 1848 led to social and demographic changes. This caused large-scale immigration from the east. As mentioned earlier, California is the most populous state in the US. California’s population is an estimated 38.8 million.
With already existing hostility towards the Chinese, the increasing encounters with Chinese laborers only strengthened the cause of the anti-Chinese movement among the unemployed white laborers. In 1877, when the financial market crashed, many people lost their life savings and were left either heavily in debt or impoverished. Thousands of unemployed men roamed the city competing for the little work that existed. Among those men was Denis Kearney. He had heavily invested in mining stocks and lost everything in the market crash.
On September 11, 2001 the twin towers were attacked. A total of three thousand people died that morning. The worse thing is that four hundred of them were policemen and firemen they were trying to save other people but they died in the action.They all died from the collapse or being stuck in the rubble for too long. ("11 Facts About 9/11.") This disaster caused lots and lots of lives from innocent people.
According to Savali, the community found a source of water (a well) but soon after find that the well ran dry and some say that it is too contaminated to drink from. The well was deemed too contaminated to drink back to the early 1980’s. Officials say, “that a bacterium that stems from hogs and livestock”, is the reason why the communities water is contaminated (Savali 2016). This left the community devastated because they are not able to access any usable water. In efforts to try and save the people from being forced out, with the help of people from all around Dallas, the community has a plan to clean up Sand Branch and give them a source of running water but in their attempts the city keeps postponing it.
Historical Context. During the 1930 's in Australia suffered significantly due to the collapse of the Stockmarket in New York. The crisis had a great impact on the people in Australia, this meant many lost there jobs due to a mass production of goods and services but there was no one to purchase these because people where poor. This source above shows a hostel for the unemployed in New South Wales, Darling Harbour. Many shelters like this where set up during the Great Depression to accommodate for the thousands of people who unfortunately lost there job.