Also, with the control of the Mississippi river we could now have stronger trade and be able to use the Mississippi river for different things. This evidence supports that it was a very smart move that the United States decided to make the Louisiana Purchase with France. To conclude, the Louisiana Purchase was a very smart move by the United States because this allowed many positive thing to happen. First, it allowed the western country to have peace and prosperity mainly with the Indians and opened a free and valuable market. Second, it doubled the size of the United States making it a bigger and stronger nation.
This is a really big advantage for the inhabitants because if a natural disaster occurs or a huge fire breaks out, they can travel to the next town quite easily. Also another advantage of being a route centre is that if you want to visit someone in the next town it is very easy and you can just go by road while in other cities you may have to take a train. ‘The navigable Hudson river provides communication with a large inland area.’ This is also a really big advantage because now the river does not just take you to coastal areas but also inland areas so you can also use a boat to travel as it reaches out also to the inland areas and you can enjoy the view while you
This is (important/interesting/relevant) because When the Crusaders returned they Europe they had brought back spices, sugar, and silk; many nobles and merchants enjoyed the new products and wanted more of them Document 2 states that Merchants in Venice and other northern Italian cities built large fleets to carry crusaders to the Holy Land. And later used those fleets to open new markets in the Crusaders’
By the beginning of the 16th century, there were approximately 240 printing shops in Europe.” (The Spread of Printing). The amount of printing shops increased as the technology Gutenberg invented became more popular. Gutenberg’s invention was popular due to how it increased the availability of books in most cities and countries. If Gutenberg’s invention never spread, printing would not be as efficient as it is today. Gutenberg’s invention without a doubt made an impact on modern times.
Their swallow tattoos were also seen as a symbol of their hardiness and courage. Today these tattoos are used in a similar way to represent someone who has overcome obstacles or hardships in their lives and lived to tell about it. Freedom: Birds, like the swallow, have always been used as a representation of freedom, as their wings enable them to go where they please. Someone who chooses a tattoo like this may do so as a celebration or reminder of their own personal freedom. Swallow Combinations Swallow tattoos fall under the theme of nautical tattoos, in particular, a style of tattooing made famous by Norman Collins, an American tattoo artist, well known for tattooing sailors.
The most popular one was the cotton rug. The cotton rug is used in many households across America. Carver also used cotton products to create paper cordage. Paper cordage is use a cord like material made out of paper (Dixon). Impact The impact that George Washington Carver had on American Agriculture was huge.
The initial money making crops for the southern colonies were cotton, rice, sugar and tobacco. Cotton eventually became the big money making crop and major export to England, due to the ideal environmental conditions and large amount of land that was available after the Indians were relocated. Because of the large quantities of cotton that could be produced, the south had to expand its labor
The Puritans had a huge impact on New England and their way of living. Once the Puritans colonized New England, they had a huge positive influence on the political, economic, and social development of New England through their ideas. Politically, they established the form of government we have today. Economically, the Puritans helped to develop the art of shipbuilding in New England. Socially, the Puritans had certain ideals that related to the community coming together as a close family.
The words, an attempt at boosting the navy’s morale and prodding it to greater glories, are apt and fitting given the distinctively merry sound of the air. The first verse very directly urges the sailors to cheer up, highlighting the their own, free-willed love for the limitless seas that Britain sought to rule, and reminding them that they ought to be confident of ‘glory’ by referencing a ‘wonderful year’ (1759-1760), a veritable “Annus mirabillis” for British forces at sea and on the battleground. The extended victorious streak during the period served to strengthen the song’s popularity: V1: Come, cheer up, my lads, 'tis to glory we steer, To add something more to this wonderful year; To honour we call you, as freemen not slaves, For who are so free as the sons of the waves? The phrase, ‘heart of oak’ has appeared in English translations of the great Greek Classic, the Aeneid, and apart from signifying the strength and sturdiness of the British naval fleets, perhaps also hints at the valiance of their jolly ‘tars’ (sailors). The lyrics are jaunty, and almost outrageously confident in the final two lines of the chorus: Chorus: Heart of Oak are our ships, Jolly Tars are our men, We always are ready: Steady, boys, Steady!
Throughout the history of Philadelphia, painting as an art has advanced, and there are plenty of collections of gallery artistic pictures belonging to most peculiar artists such as Charles Willson Peale and Benjamin West. Introduction The late eighteenth century introduced the Industrial Revolution. Craftsmen in Western countries in this period profited from a surge in innovative advancement with paint in tubes and also from a more assorted customer base found in the inexorably well off white collar class. The improvement of photography impacted workmanship in the 19th century. The cam's influence was apparent in the visual qualities of sketches, the topic, and the practical course in which specialists had the capacity take their inventive visions (Barker, 1999).
This allowed for two things, a food source (fish) and it also allowed implement mercantilism to happen such as trading with Europe and gaining a profit or trading in the triangular trade. From the triangular trade, these colonies received slaves for goods. Slaves helped the colonies prosper by doing all the labor work that was needed. The southern colonies had a lot to trade/ offer because the geography of the southern colonies provided an abundance
The political and technological developments helped to facilitate the European expansion. Individual European explorers’ main motivation was to locate luxury goods, promote Christianity, and to be the first to discover new lands and water. The states supported the European explorers because of demands for luxury goods, religious fervor, and the desire for glory. European expansion and the Afro-Eurasian trade world is the main reason that you have most of the luxury items that you have today. Without this trade world and expansion things would look and taste very
There are few cities in Maryland who have experienced the rapid growth that the city of Crofton has. From its humble beginnings as a refuge for European settlers in the 1660’s, Crofton has developed into a prominent city with sprawling business centers and a wide array of picture perfect American suburbia. Crofton’s growth is attributed to its reputation as an economically secure and fruitful area to live. Consequently, Crofton’s economic prosperity comes as a result of its location in the heart of Maryland, and its proximity to nearby metropolis’ allow for convenience for jobs. As a result, many people view Crofton as an ideal location to live and raise a family, resulting in a rise in population.
Most men were just simply involved in many activities that would be benefitted if they were to make the voyage over to the Americas. In the Americas, everyone did their part and worked hard in the colonies because all colonists had a similar goal. The goal of all of the colonists was to live and thrive in the environment and nature in the new colonial region, in which they inhabited. This illustrates the main reasons for the British men and women to make the voyage across the Atlantic and come over to the Americas, which in turn built up their empire with the population growth in the colonies. The British people possessed many ambitious motives for their long journey to inhabit the new world, such as trade.