They had very bad water in Jamestown their water was very murky the water did not get flushed it fested in the water that they swam and drank in. A lot of the Colonists died from that because it was not healthy for them because the water also had human waste in it. There were many other reason why so many Colonists died in Jamestown another reason why Colonists died was because they barely
Life at Valley Forge was obviously horrible, and the ugly truth is that it wouldn’t get much better. Cold was one problem, smoke was another. Hopefully, the soldiers will have the courage to make it through this devastating time. Lack of food, living conditions, and horrid climate are some reasons of why a soldier would quit Valley Forge. One reason a soldier would quit Valley Forge is the lack of food.
Namely, the colonists were terrible with sanitation; terrible disease was wrought amongst them, these colonists didn’t bring women who were generally better at caregiving, and the list in Document C holds not the label of the farmer; hence, there was no well-grown food. Additionally, the list contains large numbers held to describe the gentlemen’s quantity. The gentlemen were people of wealth and they weren’t used to laboring with their hands. This was detrimental to the survival of the Jamestown colonists. Also, the first settlers brought no apothecary and only one surgeon; the expediency of every medical need, most likely in this case, only grew and ever germinated.
(Bill Ganzel) The living conditions were absolutely horrible in the dust bowl. It was impossible to keep the house clean. Dust was in everything. School was cancelled because it was too dusty. They had to light lanterns to see during the day because of all the dust when they did have
War isn’t a new thing; it’s been going on for years. The ‘pale rags of mist’ that hung describe the misty/foggy morning weather. The mud and leaves on the ground smelt ‘sweet like blood’. The ground in which the soldiers walked on was mauled’ due to the lack of precision and accuracy of the bombs and shots being fired. During the war, not only where people being forced out of their
(109) He/His: Ralph Distastefully: Dislike or disgust The significance of this quote is that survival has started to become a major problem for not just Ralph but for all the boys with the same sort of situation. All the boys are unable to maintain their bodies and odor because of difficulties on the island. This also shows that their living situations or huts are not in good condition and that order among the group is falling apart. 2. The circle moved in and round.
They look at how different it is from the restaurants they’re used to. After they order a message pops up on the TV screen on the table. The three learn about the crazy weather that is going on in Flama. This unexplainable weather causes groups of people close to the storm drop dead. This makes everything worse because the residents of Flama have no idea how to stop it.
(artifact 8) Child labor was still a very large problem. There was still no care for safety, no one watching them, and terrible pay. (artifact 4) Factory owners did not care about the quality or safety of the things they were making. (artifact 3) Most people lived in overcrowded cities. They could be unhealthy, dirty, and most people were very poor.
“What’s really going on with you? You’re acting all quiet and weird.” “Yeah,” Applebloom said. “Yah told me that yah were upset because yer couldn’t go flyin’ with Rainbow Dash today because of this darn rain. But the Scootaloo ah know wouldn’t let that get in the way of being herself.” Scootaloo looked away and remained quiet, causing Sweetie and Applebloom to frown. “Maybe it has to do with—” “It doesn’t have to do with anything!” Scootaloo said.
another way the Bowl affected the people’s health was that when the dust came it covered everything from the food they to the clothing they wear. Which made matters worse,no one knew how long the drought would last.(Yancey)(pg.24). Due to these reasons not very many people made it through the Dust
The devastation caused by Nevado Del Ruiz was unimaginable and horrific. However, even the rescue relief made available and the government’s lack of support made the aftermath much worse for Armero. A few things that made everything much worse were: Accessing the number of survivors- because of the mudflow many people were spread throughout the town, and many were still under the mud not yet discovered (National Academy of Sciences, 2015). Along with counting the number of survivors, identifying the dead also became a serious problem, because of the lack of documents and some people were still entombed in the mud (National Academy of Sciences, 2015). Clean water became another hindrance in helping this town recover, there was a short supply for drinking but most of the town required large amount to wash off the mud from survivors and the injured (National Academy of Science, 2015).
She was unable to express her emotions and inevitably, scarred these memories into her mind and was never able to overcome them. Similarly, in Internal Sunshine on the Spotless mind the two man characters Joel and Clementine both, are in great pain due to their inability to forget each other. They
He is unable to support himself and his family appears to be absent. The current diagnosed of Mr. Robinson is major depression disordered, single episodes of anxiety, severe psychotic episode features-seizures. He always appears to be unhappy, under a lot of pressure and his speech is slow when he contacts or visits with CCSS SOAR Representative Anya Lewis. His mobility is controlled and he continually pushes his wheel chair. His has severe back, legs, right knee, angle and foot illness causing pain and without his medication and can result in a seizure.