When I Went To Florida I went to Florida after 4th grade in the summer. When we went to Florida, Jaxon my sisters, brother came with us. The night before we left he stayed at my house. When we left the next morning we left at 3:00 A.M. While we were on our way we both had to sit in the very back of the car because my sisters came with us. The ride there was not fun at all.
First paragraph beginning of the story Abraham lincoln's purpose is about the union of the states and how It was created and he was fighting for the southern states it relates to freedom because of the Southern states and the union of the states martin luther king's purpose was about the civil rights and that relates to freedom because of the civil rights. Supporting paragraph 1 A literary device used by abraham lincoln is anaphora he is repeating We cannot we cannot consecrate and we cannot hallow . a literary device used by martin luther king is repetition he is repeating let freedom ring three time that means he is repeating the states that are free and that is not free that's why he's saying let freedom ring from montana. Supporting paragraph 2
The Role of Monuments in Societies Around the World The Lincoln Memorial, The Eiffel Tower, and The Great Sphinx. Different monuments around the world and all with different roles. All of these roles are different because of where and why they were built. The roles can be, to remember, to worship, to enjoy, to protect. And with these roles have different parts.
Abraham Lincoln’s legacy would have been different because I believe he wouldn 't in this day and age, be remembered quite as much. I believe this because even though Lincoln did serve as the president in the Civil War, another big part of his legacy was how he was the first president to be assassinated while in office. Another reason why I believe Lincoln 's legacy would 've changed if he wasn 't murdered at Ford Theatre is, the long historical manhunt for John Wilkes Booth. Which lasted 12 days would´ve never existed. Booth had a painful death, he was shot in the neck and still
Throughout the establishment of the United States, there have been 44 presidents whom the people elected. A particular number of these terms have been deemed as “legendary” from the accomplishment of the president and his overall impact on American society. From these presidents, the 16th has shown to be the embodiment of this legendary status. Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, has achieved many accolades in his lifetime. He was our president during the Civil War, which was one of the bloodiest in history.
Justin, Ramon, Victoria, one after another. They all are presenting their exit project on one of the special movement in American History. Three more people and it was my turn. It was hot summer that and I believe that the air conditioner in the room wasn’t working, but who needs an air conditioner anyway?
I went to Washington, DC this summer for vacation, there were so many sites and monuments I wanted to see, yet the one thing I thought I wasn't as interested in seeing turned out to be my favorite, Arlington National Cemetery. It was told to me that over four million visitors pay their respects to the fallen now buried at Arlington National Cemetery each year. There are still over 20 funerals a day conducted at the cemetery. As you walk around in the respectful quiet and beauty of Arlington National Cemetery, you can hear the 21 gun salutes just about every 25 minutes for our fallen soldiers being laid to rest among their fellow soldiers as you pay your respects.
In September, I will become a high school student. This make me feel very reluctance of leaving middle school. Five months ago, I was so naive(14) because I was unable to adapt to the new school and the new education mode. In the first few months, I was always irascible(14) about ELA’s homework, because the homework was too hard for me. After one month, I began to adapt to this new education mode.
There she stood so long ago, on that pedestal made of stone. A Statue, but yet a statue that represented much more than a figure. She introduced hope to our wonderful country, and to all who entered. She was the symbol of hope for our future to come. Today, she still stands there as a reminder of the freedom that we possess when we see her.
What happened? Well, that’s really not difficult to explain. America once was the most respected, and admired, nation in the world. But then, suddenly, things began to change quite radically and, over a period of several decades, America went from being the most respected nation in the world to the most feared. Going from the most respected to the most feared is quite a feat, so how did such a transformation evolve?