B) Second main point: In the 1900s, phosphate was discovered on Nauru and it made the tiny country’s per capita income the highest in the world. 1. First sub-point and supporting material: Phosphate is the result of years of bird droppings, also a sought-after fertilizer ingredient.
Did you know that Sebastian Vizcaino named Monterey Bay California after the Spanish Viceroy conde de Monterey. Is Sebastian Vizcaino was born and extra min to Spain in 1548 he was born into a rich family emergency later and his life he became a Spanish merchant / adventure he is mainly famous for mapping out and naming many of the places along coastline but he is also famous for being named General of the manilla galleons. Sebastian Vizcaino was born in 1548 and extra min to Spain he was born into a very rich family of merchants. He married Magdalena Martinez orejon in 1590 and had 3 kids, juan who was born in 1591, Lorenzo was born in 1592, and Anna who was born in 1593.
“ Finally the Cure God has announced the cure. It is unusual, this cure is not at all like the others he 's spoken, this is a living breathing being, a human never able to be infected by any diese in existence! He said this human is to be sacrificed at once, the body burned. The ashes are to be spread on the island of Crater, plants will grow from those ashes, those infected will be risen and aware, never to be mistaken as insane and unstable again. Those risen will be accepted back to our society, never to be mistreated.
Goodbye Columbus: The Real Meaning Behind The Holiday Some see Christopher Columbus as an iconic explorer, who sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to prove a simple point of a round Earth. Even more people see Columbus as the heartfelt founder of the New World. However, there are few that see Columbus as an invader, liar and murderer.
The Great Gatsby is a novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald about people living in the town of West Egg which is on the prosperous Long Island. The story concerns the young millionaire Jay Gatsby and his dreamy thoughts for his long lost lover Daisy Buchanan. Extract 2 has shown the decadence society at the Jazz Age filled with an atmosphere of extravagance. It further shows that the people judge each other by how high their social status is, wealth is a way to show that you have power. Furthermore, extract 2 discusses about Nick’s interesting relationship with the Buchanans.
For example, according to the article Polynesian Migrations, “Over the span of 800 years, Polynesians have explored over 16 million square miles of ocean and have settled in every habitable island in the Pacific. They brought their world view with them when they arrived in Hawai`i by voyaging on canoe from the southern Pacific (primarily the Marquesas), settling the islands circa 300-60.” This clearly proves how rich and special Hawaiian history is because without these people, Hawaiian culture would never have existed. These Polynesians were the creators of all Hawai’i, and to carry on all of the knowledge that they have brought with them such as, how to navigate, how to fish, how to make different medicines, and so much more is an honor and should be something that is respected and brought to people’s full attention, not forgotten. It’s these kinds of special moments in history that make an event such as this one worth
The Venus De Milo was discovered in 1820 on the island of Melos (Milos in modern Greek) in the southwestern Cyclades. It was sculpted by Alexandros of Antioch. There used to be an inscription on its plinth, however that has since been lost. Upon its discovery, it was given to King Louis XVIII who then donated it to the Louvre Museum, where it resides to this day. The statue was instantly famous, and adored by all.
From the regal bald eagle to the nation liberty bell, America’s national symbols have always instilled a sense of patriotism in the heart of many if not all Americans. They hold hope and pride for citizens in times where it’s hard to find faith. So when a symbol as large as the “Liberty enlightening the World” starts to lose its meaning due to the destruction of the countries immigration system, it’s not only alarming but a clear warning to American citizens that a negative change is coming. In the beginning when the statue of liberty meant nothing to anyone, and it was simply a 151ft tall statue of a woman (Statue of Liberty History).
Fissures in the volcanic rock cause saline and freshwater pools, and jumping from the surrounding cliffs into the deep water is an adventure that almost always ends in smiles. Isabela Isabela is the largest and youngest of the Galapagos Islands, and its shores and waters are home to an astounding array of animals. During January, land iguanas are nesting, marine iguanas are changing color, and sea turtles lay their eggs on the island’s beaches. The diversity of the island puts it on our list as a great way to spend the day.
Santo Niño Cebu is one of the best tourist spots in Cebu City and one of the oldest churches in the Philippines. The location where the Santo Niño was found is where Basilica De Santo Niño is standing today. Fort San Pedro, one of the known tourist spots in Cebu, is a Spanish camp built on 1565. It has a fortification wall with a thickness of 8 feet and 20 feet high above the ground. For Php 30.00 you can have a piece of view in the past of Cebu.
Other writings by Muir depict the valley as something so scenic it as if it came out of a fairy tale. It was not as though Muir did not understand the consequences of not damming the valley. Muir understood that the city was in need of an adequate water supply; he simply believed that national parks and other wilderness areas should be excluded from damming. Thus, Muir did not agree with the idea that a dam for San Francisco needed to be in a national park. Muir and the Sierra Club led a battle against Mr. Pinchot, Mr. Phelan and others who believed it was appropriate to construct the O 'Shaughnessy Dam.
If you had a statue in your town, Why would you want a statue representing your town that isn’t a hero? The text states, “Instead of honoring the officers, it honored the killers. That kind of “honor” has no place in an American city.” What do you think? From the other side, this statue and other statues are memories to some.
When America went to war against Spain in the Spanish-American War, American ships in the Pacific had to sail all the way around the tip of South America in order to join the United States’ fleet off the coast of Cuba. The USS Oregon in 1898, which was traveling from the Philippines to reload the Americans to continue fighting the Spanish in Cuba, took sixty-nine days to redeploy. It would have taken only twenty-nine days if there was a Panama Canal at that time. The Panama Canal would have been extremely helpful at times like these. The canal’s location is in a strategic area of the world making oceans to ocean maneuvers more feasible
The Aloha State Have you ever been to Hawaii? More than any other state, Hawaii is world famous for its beauty and pleasant climate. This is probably why Hawaii, the “Aloha State,” is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world, I would love to visit this state someday. Besides being a great place for tourists, though, Hawaii is also a great place to live and has over one million residents who live there. Hawaii is made up entirely of islands and is located in the mid-Pacific Ocean.
Today, Tokyo is Japan’s capital and is the world’s most populous metropolis. Tokyo has evolved into a wonderful and amazing city in which many admire, and a lot has changed since the preceding centuries. In the earlier days, Tokyo was originally known as Edo (a small fishing village) during the 16th century, and was formerly part of the old Musashi Province. Ōta Dōkan, who was a Japanese samurai warrior-poet, military tactician and Buddhist monk, built the Edo Castle in 1457. The ever so evolving Edo period during the 18th century, became one of the largest cities in the world with a population topping one million people.