Foreign countries have come to believe that horse’s meat is tender and delicious enough to serve on their plates! Just last year, over 135,000 horses were slaughtered with their meat being shipped to foreign seas (Finch). Horse meat has grown to be in very high demand in foreign countries which results in many slaughterhouses to be popping all over the world. Sadly in the United States, Canada, and Mexico is the main places in the world where these beautiful companion creatures are gathered, slaughtered, butchered and shipped off to foreign countries (Fact Sheet). There is much controversy on whether the slaughtering of horses should be allowed or not because the entire process that they go through is so bad and petrifying to the point where being dead is the best option that they can possibly have (Horse Slaughter-Wikipedia).
From 1916-1918 the black communities population went from 44,000-100,000, which made the living situation very overcrowded. When they realized, the promises made to them as far as them working and their living situations improving was not happening like promised, they began moving into the white communities. Which would intelled more competition in the workforce. This outraged the whites and they reunited the Klu Klux Klan to begin violent acts towards the blacks. In 1918 there were a total of 64 lynchings and in 1919 there were a total of 83 lynchings.
Some of the owner’s pay a lot of money to put good feed in the cow, and horse in ether rough stock or the horses that is for like roping and barrel racing to make sure they are there “A” game. The horses in ether barrel racing or roping if they are not really to perform all you are doing are being is money pit. The animal and the rider have to be a good team, but if you think you can do it all by yourself that is not it you need a good horse. The horses most want to do it or they will not perform right. If they hated whatever you are doing they will fight you ever step of the way.
We know, however, that America was already inhabited by Natives whose ancestors had arrived thousands of years earlier. There the march of settlement and exploitation continued, propelled by a lust for land and a passion for profit. Between 1870 and 1900, Americans settled more land in the West than had been occupied by all Americans up to 1870. Conflicts over land ownership, religion, and culture, combined with broken promises by the U.S. government, moved the Indian
The Columbian Exchange between the new world and the old world significantly change people’s lives. After 1492, Europeans brought in horses to America which changes the nomadic Native American groups’ living from riding on buffalos to horses. This interchange also change the diet of the rest of the world with foods such as corns (maize), potatoes which are major diet for European nowadays. Besides all the animals from old world to the new world, Spanish also brought in the diseases that Native Americans were not immune of, such as smallpox which led to a large amount of Native Americans’ deaths. In the Columbian Exchange, diseases were brought from Europeans and the population of American Indians had declined by 80-90% during the first hundred
Texas Stereotypes Texas is well known for a lot of things, to being one of the biggest states in the US to JFK Assassination. Many people believe that Texas is probably one of the violent states because of many people owning guns and many prisoners being on death row. Numerous individuals has came up with a lot of stereotype for Texas and Texans. One of the most famous and favorable stereotypes are that Texas consist of many cowboys and cowgirls. Yes many of men and women are but, little do they know that more than 85% of the Texas population lives in urban areas.
In Africa, a village of the name Sankuyo earned $600,000 from the 120 animals that were allowed to be victims of trophy hunting(Onishi). Without trophy hunting, there will not be as much money owned by these African villages and the villages will slowly decline to poverty. To add to this argument, lions have been seen entering the villages, where the ban has been placed, to find food because they would normally eat the elephant carcusses left by trophy hunters. The people of these villages are claiming to be poisoning those animals who trespass in order to save their own crops. Are humans really that much more important than these innocent animals?
The horses disappeared for a long time in the Americas after the Ice Age until the Europeans came and brought horses to the New World. According to The Economics of Horses and Buffalo, the Native Americans are able to hunt for buffalos more efficiently because of the horses.
“Two million to six million of the animals are wreaking havoc in at least 39 states and four Canadian provinces; half are in Texas, where they do some $400 million in damages annually. They tear up recreational areas, occasionally even terrorizing tourists in state and national parks, and squeeze out other wildlife” (Morthland). Feral hog sows can have two litters with around eight piglets each time two times a year. Mike Boone a Texas Game Warden says, “Among all invasive land species feral hogs are the worst, and they can destroy an entire crop in one night” (Boone). Feral hogs are extremely intelligent, which makes them even harder to hunt and trap.
Because buffalo was so plentiful, they were hunted most often. Making buffalo a big part of Cree Diets. Nomadic bands would follow the migration of buffalo, so that they always had food. Moose and Elk were also hunted occasionally and eaten. Wolves, lynx, coyotes, and rabbits were caught with traps the Cree would use to catch smaller game.
Urbanization Texas’s shift In order to convert Native Americans into Christianity, missions were established and farms were cultivated in order to feed the population. Later on Americans brought a new language, democracy, slavery and ideas to transformed Texas urban life. New technologies changed Texas urban landscape. Houston is the largest city in Texas Houston originated out of 2 brothers Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen in 1836. The city was named after the leader of the Texas army during the war of independence from Mexico, Sam Houston.