Justin Flores Language Arts Honors Period 4 1-18-17 Montclair 's History The history of Montclair, as with other communities in Southern California, is rich and colorful. Serrano Indians were the earliest known inhabitants of the land that is now Montclair. In 1774, Captain Juan Bautista de Anza named that sycamore tree-lined creek "Arroyo de los Alisos," the Stream of the Sycamores, later renamed San Antonio Creek. Up until the 1890s, Montclair was little more than grazing land and a watering hole.
”Jones’ ship was not as well armed as the Serapis and had less experience.(Kent 99)Early in the battle a shell detonated powder kegs on the Bonhomme Richard and killed many. Survivors fled below decks. Jones locked the ships together with grappling hooks.there was three more hours of long hard fighting. Jones outlasted his advisory and forced a surrender. An estimated 150 americans were killed or injured.
Crime in the 80s was said to be mostly caused by the recent flood of narcotics aka cocaine. One case that was thought to be caused by that was called the night stalker. Nobody would’ve thought to have check Richard Ramirez. Born in Texas in 1960, Richard Ramirez was an American serial killer who killed at least 14 people and raped and tortured at least 24 more, mostly during the spring and summer of 1985. After developing epilepsy as a child, he became a heavy drug user and cultivated an interest in Satanism, which became a calling card for investigators at his crime scenes.
As a farmer, James Kelso may not have known much about the savagery that was associated with war, however he would soon learn. After signing up to fight for the Union cause, Kelso recruited men from Cumberland County as well as neighboring areas, to form Company D of the 130th Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Bravery may have seemed like something that was running rampant throughout the countryside considering the number of men that signed up to join both the Union and Confederacy, however war has a way of turning the bravest of men into cowards. The fact that Kelso rallied his town to join the Union provides valuable insight into the close knit nature of the town of Shippensburg.
On March 2, 1770, a fight broken up between a group of Boston rope makers and three British soldiers. The conflict was nasty up three nights later when a British soldier looking for
"Well, I tell you, sir, frankly my boys are beginning to wonder at the attitude of the high command toward my division... But I mean, the whole war could be damn well over soon... and my boys would have missed it. This book also sets up the importance of the battle for if the south were to win this battle It would be the battle that pulls the Confederates so much need allies. this book is great for our class because we have covered the revolutionary war for what the south is fighting their own one but at the same time we can see how important it is to finally take the offensive against an enemy in war as to pull some much need friend s to join your side.
George Washington made Philadelphia the United State’s first official political capitol. Philadelphia has a significant impact on the region, being considered as a magnet for people, wagons, goods, money, and produce. People in Philadelphia send out products throughout the region. Philadelphia is an admired state and life here is calm and nice. People have all the resources
Geography and climate majorly affected the development of mendocino in many different ways. One of these ways is the how close it is to the coast. This made a great outlet for fishing. This industry flourished in the 1920’s with canning plants running the coast of Fort Bragg, including noyo harbor. The main fish they were looking for was salmon.
To free the English prisoners being held captive in Cuba. Once they arrived to Puerto Principe they took the city with ease and with minimal lost to the buccaneer army. While under clear guidance by the orders they received the English prisoners were freed. Meanwhile, Modyford had received intelligence that the Spaniards were planning an attack on Port Royal, so instead of waiting around to be attacked. Soon after the buccaneers arrived they were sent back out to do the attack them first.
MACKINAW CITY Mackinaw is broadly a well-known tourist place in the world. A large number of individuals a year come to Mackinaw City to appreciate the perspective of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. They likewise come to drive over the five miles long Mackinaw Bridge. It is a residential community with lodgings on each road. As I initially touched base into Mackinaw City, I saw the Mackinaw Bridge far away out there.
One of the most notorious killers to ever be put behind bars with the help fingerprint evidence was the Night Stalker also known as, Richard Ramírez. This serial killer terrorized California with his brutal, year-long killing spree in which he murdered 14 individuals. Thanks in part to modern forensic technology and the discovery of this psycho’s fingerprints, police were able to put a swift end to his butchery before he could kill even more innocent people. Born on February 28, 1960 in El Paso, Texas, Richard Ramírez was the youngest of seven children to his parents, Mercedes and Julian Ramírez. His father Julian was a former Mexican police officer who moved to America and worked as a laborer on the railroad.
Richard Ramirez, also known as the “Night Stalker”, was a murderer, rapist, and burglar based in Southern California. As a serial killer, his crimes spanned from 1984 to 1985. Richard was the youngest of 5 children. He was physically abused by his father, who tended to lose his temper easily. He also withstood two serious head injuries, one by a dresser that fell on him, and the other by a swing that knocked him out.
The clouds part on a location 2.4 kilometers high in Peru, surrounded by the Urubamba River and wrapped in sacred mountains. What is this site? Local shamans believe this site was the entry to the spirit world, but “there are no written clues or carvings in Machu Picchu proving that this was the only purpose of the site.” Discovered by a Yale professor on July 24, 1911. Described by other archaeologists in numerous ways.