Roosevelt created the United States Forest Service because he wanted to protect lands and protect wildlife. Roosevelt was such a powerful conservationist that 7 years after he left from office there were 35 new national parks being managed and 23 of them Roosevelt created. Wilson and Taft could never come anywhere close to where Roosevelt was. For example, Wilson only protected 35 national parks by signing an act of the National Park Service. When Roosevelt protected/established 150 national parks.
Built between the 10 -12 century and abandon it the 13 century. The Anasazi Indians was known for building the villages on or around cliffs. One of the biggest was the Pueblo Bonito it reach five stories and had about 800 rooms the largest at the time. Built in a semi-circle it was built to protect from the harsh winters and animals.
Seattle About Seattle Seattle is the largest city in Washington and in the northeastern part of the US. In 2013, 652 thousand people lived in Seattle. Population of the city along with the suburbs is more than 3.4 million people. This area is caller Great Seattle. Thus, Seattle constitutes the 15th largest metropolitan area in the United States and the largest in the northeast of the country.
George Washington is considered the third best president of all time. During his eight year reign as president he established what we know today as precedents. He was the first president to serve to terms and no other president has with the exception of Franklin Delano Roosevelt who served for four terms years during the Great Depression and World War II. Under his administration the first cabinets or bureaucracies, the Secretary of State and Treasury, were created, the addition of the Bill of rights to the Constitution, the passing of the Neutrality Act, Hamilton’s Economic Plan, and Jay’s and Pickney’s Treaty. Washington also coined the oh so popular phrase “Mr.
18. Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale (Te Sheng Wei, 2011) Seediq Bale is a 4-hour epic based on historic facts that took the director 15 years to complete, and the most expensive production in the history of Taiwanese cinema. The story examines the history of Seediq, an indigenous tribe of Taiwanese Austronesian people that mostly hunted in the woods, at least when they were not fighting among each other. Their life however, that was utterly connected to nature, was disrupted by the Japanese Occupation, that occurred in 1895. The protagonist of the film is Mona Rudao, who appears as an adolescent before and a little after the Japanese invasion that resulted in the ruin of the way of life of the indigenous.
Introduction Central Park is arguably one of the most famous parks built in America, and it is frequently visited by 35 million guests per year. It also one of the most filmed locations and it is located in middle Manhattan, New York. It was first built in 1857 on 778 acres of public land, but it was later expanded to its current size of 843 acres in 1873. In 1962, while being administered by the National Park Service and listed by the US Department of Interior, Central Park was designated as a national historic landmark. For a long period, the park was managed by the New York City Department of Recreation and Parks but is currently being managed by the Central Conservancy.
This area runs from east to west along the Equator and is more than 6,000 km (3,700 m), Cameroon and Gabon are to the west, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Rift Valley are to the south. The capital of the CAR is Bangui and Brazzaville is the capital of ROC. This is the second largest rainforest in the world and covers most of the Congo River Basin and west coast of Africa (Haggett 2002). The Congo River is the second largest river in the world and runs along the borders of the ROC and DRC. For over a million years the Congo River has deposited rich mineral sandy sediments; however, the soil is poor due to the amount of rainfall that washes away the rich mineral deposits (Congo Republic Dashboard; Haggett, 2002).
For example, the information might pertain to a prominent person of the city and his or her role in societal developmental history. For instance, William C. Henderson (1916-1989), mayor of Colorado Springs from 1959 until 1963, he was the city’s first full-time mayor. Other histories include business histories, government histories, local organizations histories, church/religious histories, schools and universities histories, as well as real estate and family histories. The clerk helped me to locate a wealth of information ranging from manuscripts to pamphlets on the Antlers hotel, a historic hotel of Colorado Springs. The information on the Antlers Hotel (1883) includes the fire that engulfed the original structure in 1898, which resulting in the reconstruction of the second Antler’s Hotel that is today, the leading hotel in Colorado Springs and in the Pike 's Peak region.
An important part of cultural life in Cedar Rapids is the Museum of Art, with 5,000 works of art under its roof. The museum houses the world 's largest collection of works by Grant Wood, Marvin Cone, and Mauricio Lasansky. They also have strong collections of early twentieth century paintings, Malvina Hoffman sculptures, and Regionalist art from the 1930s and 1940s. In 2003 Cedar Rapids also became home to the African American Historical Museum and Cultural Center of Iowa. While the City of Cedar Rapids was incorporated in 1849, it operated under the Commission Form of Government from April 6, 1908 through Dec 31, 2005.
The Big Chair is a landmark in the Historic District of Washington, D.C. The Big Chair was an original sculpture built for the Bassett Furniture Company in 1959; however, when the company left Washington they left the chair because it became a part of the Washingtonians everyday life. The Big Chair was originally made out of 100 percent Sound Honduras Mahogany that stands at 19 1/2 feet tall. The Big Chair was the biggest chair in the world until The Broken Chair was put in in 1999 that stands ok 39 feet tall. In 2005 the wooden chair was replaced with a mahogany colored aluminum because the legs on the chair started to rot.