The statue was a symbol of hope and freedom to them because they knew better opportunities were awaiting there. However, immigrants were faced with several challenges when they arrived. For instance, immigrants went through a screening process and not all immigrants could stay. If the doctor diagnosed them with a contagious disease they were forced to leave. Although, most immigrants could stay.
De Soto was very wealthy, but the wealth was not enough for him. He would gamble his fortune on one more throw of the dice. De Soto impacted the Natives by being so strong willed. He came into the New World and had a plan. He took charge and basically told the Indians his strategy, and the Indians followed along.
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.
Argumentative Essay The debate over how the Confederate and Columbus monuments should be treated starting from Confederate monuments in Southern cities like Charlottesville, VA has led to similar debates over Columbus monuments in northern cities like New York over what the statues have come to represent to people. In which to some it has come to represent racism, slavery, oppression, and destruction, but to others it is an honor towards their ancestors, culture, and race. Though in the end the Confederate monuments should just be left alone as there is no assurance that in the removal, destruction, or transfer of these monuments will stop or end the controversy involving the monuments in question towards both the supporting and opposing sides
Monuments that are constructed in order to give commendation to people, places, or events are located all over the globe. It is very possible for someone to find a few in their very own town. Although there may be negative controversy on certain monuments, many throughout the world have changed individual’s lives tremendously in a beneficial way. One monument in particular has stood tall through it all and has had so much positive effect on millions of people from the beginning of time. One hundred and thirty years later this monument continues to impact people’s lives from all over the world.
It is a vital piece to Latin American history for several reasons. It is indigenous due to the historical meaning it displays. It was discovered in 1790 when mexican citizens uncovered the stone and realized it was a representation of the Aztec
While there are a few monuments to commemorate the Apollo 11 mission or Neil Armstrong, none of them incorporate all of the important effects mentioned above, as this monument would. Not only would this monument educate the public on what the Moon landing meant for the United States, it would allow them to realize how much of today’s technology they gained from the space program, a realization much needed today when the government wants to end NASA’s
Maya Lin is a designer and artist that came to fame when she was 21 because she submitted her design in for the Vietnam Memorial Museum and won. She graduated from Yale University and started making sketches for the Museum. She did not expect to win because many of the best architects and artists from around the world were entering their designs in as well. Not only did she design the Vietnam Memorial Museum but she also designed the Civil Rights Museum as well. She received her Master of Architecture degree in1986. She also received her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1981. Not only did she receive those degrees but she has also been awarded honorary doctorate degrees from Yale University, Harvard University, Williams College, and Smith College.
The 8th grade class took a 4 day trip to Washington. We did many things to explore Washington D.C. including visiting monuments. Some people think differently of how a monument should be made. Good monuments to some people could be to make people remember about the person or thing being remembered or to just reflect the person’s life or importance. In “The Follower Problem” by David Brooks, David thinks a good monument should show power and authority.
In this essay we mostly learned about how Francisco Pizarro became one of Spain’s best conquerors. He was a good conqueror because he captured all of Peru, and found the Pacific Ocean. Anyway if you are interested in Francisco Pizarro, then if you want you can even see a statue that honors him in Trujillo, Spain, at Plaza Mayor. Originally though, the statue was in Peru, but in 2003 the mayor of Peru had asked for it to be taken down. This also was simply because people were starting to complain about how the statue back was facing the cathedral.
The abolishment of the transatlantic slave trade era in 1808 ushered in a rapid expansion of domestic slave trade in the United States. While the transatlantic slave trade brought the eventual end to slave transportation overseas, it had a highly profitable and adverse effect upon domestic slave trade and transportation. Towns that were once irrelevant such as Montgomery Alabama became central assets for slave transportation because they connected the lower and upper South through the railroads and steam boats. Montgomery Alabama in particular was in the center of the black belt and boasted the highest enslaved black population in 1860 at 23,710. Yet until 2013, Montgomery Alabama failed to acknowledge the injustice that occurred on their very own streets. My cultural artifact is the historical marker placed in front of the 122 Commerce Street Montgomery Alabama that functioned as a slave warehouse in the past owned by John Murphy but is now functions as a headquarter for EJI.
So, step two of the assignment, I don't know really have any idea on what project to do because I don't have the assignments from the other classes I've taken, plus I don't really have an idea on how to construct the project. I'll just have
Houston has several monuments shrouded in his glory. Huntsville has a 67 foot tall statue of Houston. It holds the record for being tallest statue of an American hero, and the statue is titled, “A Tribute to Courage.” Houston’s legacy still lives on for all of his