Walt Disneyland Research Papers

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Reading, Riting, and Researching The zoo is a delightful place with many animals, some fun, some scary, and some that just might help people learn something new. The zoo contains many animals that can be fun such as giraffes, monkeys, and zebras. It also contains some animals that could be scary such as alligators, lions, or sharks. Sometimes the zookeepers take some of the animals out and teach people more about them and let the crowd interact with them. Just like the zoo, many decades contain moments where people have fun, get scared, and learn a little bit. In America, during the 1950s, Disneyland gave a fun enjoyable place to bring happiness during the Korean War, the polio vaccine ended a scary and deadly disease, and “The Cat in the Hat” helped children learn all across America. In the 1950s, Disneyland gave a fun and enjoyable place to bring happiness during the Korean War. Before Disneyland opened, a TV show aired yearly to help raise money for the building of Disneyland (Josephson 100). After the building process started, there was a TV show that began airing to show the american public how the park 's construction was going (Josephson 6). On July 17, 1955 Disneyland opened when Walt was fifty-three years of age (Josephson 5). The park was located in Anaheim, California. The ticket was only $1.00 for an…show more content…
Disneyland provided a fun and adventure filled place where any adult could be a kid again, and where everyone can have an enjoyable day. The polio vaccine ended a disease that plagued America for years and took many lives literally and metaphorically. “The cat in the hat” gave children a new way of learning that was new and fun. Just like the zoo the 1950s was filled with fun, scary, and educational
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