My mom urged me to sign up for as many clubs and activities for me to be more out there, but nothing stood out to me until she told me about the talent show sign-ups Tuesday evening. I was hesitantly thinking about it, but I knew deep down I was too scared to even say or sign a yes. I left to bed giving no answer to my mom and forgot the idea of it soon as I fell asleep. Next morning arrived, and walking into choir was always a good way to start off my day. At least so far that is what I thought, until my choir director came up to me and wanted to discuss the matter about the talent show.
Ma was very independent and smart, but since she was a woman the people in her wagon train pressured her to go back. Ma simply ignored them and told her son that he has to be a man. They carry on with their trip and run into the Sioux tribe. The Sioux were a bloodthirsty Indian tribe that killed many people that came their way. Ma saved the wagon train from the end by speaking to the tribe in the Sioux language and telling how the father was a furious warrior for them.
I was so worried about missing the opening act but, I made it just in time.I get checked in and I head to my section. I had a balcony seat and the view was amazing. There wasn 't anyone in the way and I could see the stage perfectly. The concert started and the opening act came out. I wasn’t too much of a fan of his music.
Sonny had not fully communicated his troubles he has always been the one to bottle up his emotions. The end of “Sonny’s Blues” the two brothers go to a small jazz club everyone knows and loves Sonny. He walks on stage knowing that he had not been by a piano for a year. Starts to play the piano hitting the keys and he gets scared stop and stared again. Everything that was bottle up poured out of Sonny through the piano he was playing Sonny’s blues.
After explaining the intent of the United States to bring comprehensive peace between all Indian tribes including the Indian tribes the Blackfeet were mortal enemies with and learning their enemies would be receiving guns, the Blackfeet tried to steal all the guns of the expedition. During the ensuing chaos, two Blackfeet warriors were killed. This incident marked the first act of bloodshed between representatives the United States and western Indians which would lead to additional deaths in the coming years. From that point forward, the Blackfeet regarded the Americans with hostility. In conclusion, where the Lewis and Clark expedition was historic, the first mapping of the western United States, documenting of all botany and biological wonders, the opening of diplomacy with the western Indian tribes, this did not come without consequences and enlightenment.
October 1, 1734 marks the date that Chickasaw tribe was attacked. This battle lead to the answer of how the paint horses got there markings. It all started when the Chickasaw tribe invaded the camps of the Cherokee Indians, and abducted the wife 's and kids of the Cherokees. The Chickasaw men were envious of the Cherokee men for their ability, to create strong families; considering, the Chickasaw men were unable to marry, due to a curse set upon them by the artisans in 400 BC. If the Chickasaw men wanted to break this curse they were to abduct the families in plain sight from the Cherokee men.
Going into the SAC after 6th period on Tuesday, I had not talked to a single person there beyond the typical "hey how are you" in the hallway. I felt alone; I did not feel excited to make the journey up to Manresa. In all honesty, I wanted to escape the room and settle for not making the trip. However, I had made a commitment to the school and to my teachers, so I stuck with it. And let me tell you, that was the best decision I had made in a long
All the concert information was written on the board in the back, and I could not see it very well. For this ensemble I picked this piece as my favorite because I just did not like either of the other pieces. For the Jazz Ensemble I my favorite piece was the last one to be performed. Ensemble I my favorite piece was the last one performed. Unfortunately, I do not have the name for this piece as I could not see the board.
As soon as white people discovered what happened, they immediately have lynched the poor Bob by tying him to a stake and burning him. The realism the author uses to describe racial violence is merged with the folk songs and vivid imagery, which well describe the long interracial wars occurred after slavery was abolished. Unfortunately, black people were still considered as inferior, and only apparently equal to whites--"separate but equal." Therefore, white racism plays the lion's share in “Blood-Burning Moon” by illustrating the coexistence of two distinct reality in the same town, the white town, and the black "factory town."
During the movie “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee” viewers are shown the extreme catastrophe the whites put the Indians through. While camped out at wounded knee the Indians establish a dance that the whites decide is to be stopped. As a result of the angered whites and Indians a mass shooting occurred. It was almost like an attack because the Indians were forced to seize their weapons right before. Although the first shot was made by an Indian who had not given up his weapon, the Indians were the victims.
When I first walked into the band room I got so nervous, because I was hearing other people warming up and I was afraid I was not going to make the band. The officers of the band were there to help you with the process of audition for band. I went in for my audition on baritone in the director 's office and played for them. There was
I have involved with music since I was a child, however, the thought of architecture and acoustics never came to mind. When it came to high school I soon realized that there were certain designs and elements that each venue had, but never thought much of it. Until this class I never knew how much went into the design of certain architectural structures such as music venues, offices, apartments, etc. Each structure has certain design elements that make them individually pleasing to the people who interact with them. One place that I found to be interesting in regards to the acoustics in a public venue is my church back home in St. Louis, Missouri.
Before going to a concert or recital it helps the viewer if they do a little research on what they will be listening to or viewing. I failed in this category and that became apparent as I walked up to what I thought was a simply clock tower. I saw many older people in lawn chairs clearly away from any of the buildings. I knew that they were they to observe the same recital as I was; however, I was confused by their seating choices. The recital
“Battle of Little Bighorn” The Native Americans fought against union soldiers because, even after the union took over the Native Americans land and banished them to live Oklahoma, they came in and took the place they gave them to live in push that even farther west. After being pushed around so much and being taken out of lands that they have build houses on and farmed, they just couldn 't take it anymore. The lights have went far enough in the Indians decided to take matters into their own hands. Americans were constantly beating up, killing, and messing around with the Indian tribes. It wasn 't fair to the Indians that they were always getting the short end of the stick and never being accepted for who they were.
There seems to be many causes of the violence in the southwest mostly and primarily due to brutal and senseless encounters at Apache Pass. These encounters came about due to personal vendettas from the U.S government and an Apache leader named Cochise. For a while the two had peace between them before farm was raided and a child happened to be taken causing the American government to be suspicious and met with Cochise who was known for having peaceful talks with Americans prior to this encounter. After this meeting the army decided to hold Cochise’s family hostage even though he had promised to help the government find out where the boy went. After this Cochise had to escape without his family and apparently a few members of the Apache tribe were killed and caused Cochise to become more of a revenge killer than a war hero!