I also have many other questions such as, Why were stripes chosen to represent the original thirteen colonies? Why do stars represent our fifty states and the reason for them being white. Who made our flag and why did he or she design it the way it is today. I understand that only half of the states in America salute to the flag and I would like to know why. Finally, I want to learn about major events that our flag was in and when
For Native Americans, the Thunderbird is the answer to many nature’s puzzle, and it controls their lives. The appearance of Thunderbird varies from one Indian tribe story to another but most described the Thunderbird looks as a gigantic eagle: its eyes can shoot lightning, produce thunder by beating its wings, and
The bells were made of gold and were attached to the hem next to small pomegranates that were blue, purple and scarlet (Exodus 28:33-35). Gold symbolises the divinity of God, His righteousness, the glory of Christ (Rev 1:12-13). The pomegranate fruit symbolises law and righteousness because it is said to have 613 seeds, which is equal to the 613 commandments of the
It could also be found on logos of various departments of the federal government, federal documents, letterheads, uniforms of soldiers and embassy and even on the one-dollar bill. Therefore, it was reasonable for people to think of the United States immediately when they saw an image of a bald eagle. It was in fact adopted as the national emblem by many states, such as ancient Rome, but it was most recognized as the emblem of the United States.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt wanted his memorial to be small, about the size of his desk, but it turned out to be monumental in size. It has lovely waterfalls, is made out of South Dakota Red granite, and it sits on the cherry tree walk. One memorial shows Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Fireside Chats where he communicated to citizens over the radio. There is also a statue of the First Lady, his wife, Eleanor who was famous for work in the United Nations and many humanitarian groups. Born October 11, 1884, she soon became famous by helping add to human rights in the United States.
Also, on August 21, 1959, Hawaii became the 50th state and a star was arranged on the flag to make the 50th star. On June 4, 2007, the 50-Star flag became recognized as America's longest lasting flag. The 50-Star flag consists of thirteen parallel stripes and six to five alternating stars on the carton. Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F, Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard M, Nixon, Gerald R, Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald W, Reagan, George Bush, William J. Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump are the twelve Presidents who up to now served under the 50-Star
Carl Sagan won 13 different awards and honors. He got the Apollo Achievement Award, the NASA distinguished Public Service Medal, another award he got was the Humanist of the Year in 1981. He won the Klumpke-Roberts Award and then he won the Hugo Award two times. He won The Hugo awards for having the Best Dramatic Presentation and for having the Best Related Non-Fiction Book. In 2009 he was inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame.
By the 1730’s, 13 English colonies were established along the Eastern seaboard of America. The 13 colonies were established over a span of 125 years. Later, they came together to form The United States of America. These regions were positioned in different places and that caused the regions to have different economies, different industries, and different geography. After the creation of the 13 colonies, these colonies were divided into three regions which were New England, Middle Colonies, and Southern Colonies.
If possible, draw the required figure: 1.There is a tree at the main gate of MSC, the height and shadow of which are exactly the same at 3PM. The distance from the top of the tree to the tip of the shadow is 14.15 ft. Find the height of the tree. 2. A farmer –cooperator in an agricultural research wishes to fence a field in the form of right triangle. If one angle is 30o and the hypotenuse is 100m, find the cost of fencing the field if each meter of fencing material costs him 80 pesos?
Afghanistan Flag The Afghan flag has three equal vertical bands of black, red, and green and the national emblem at the center. The emblem has an Arabic writing, “Shahadah” on top of a mosque that has a mihrab at the entrance and a pulpit. Two Afghan flags stand on the sides of the Mosque and on the lower side is the name Afghanistan. Two wheat sheaves wrap around the mosque and underneath them is the Hijri year 1298 (an equivalent of 1919 in the Gregorian calendar). The height to length ratio is 2:3, officially three feet by five feet.