From what they see, the house is falling apart and is very dark inside all the time. Another one of their neighbors is Mrs. Dubose. They think of her as really disrespectful which causes no one to like her as a person. Half way through the trial, the kids go outside and meet Dolphus Raymond, who pretends to act a certain way to not get in trouble when he is being himself. These are the three main characters in the book that had their appearances misunderstood.
The drought made things worst and the environment was horrible to live in. People couldn’t even touch each other without getting shocked. It was hard to keep the dirt away.“The simplest acts of life — breathing, eating a meal, taking a walk — were no longer simple.”("About The Dust Bowl")This sentence proves that it was hard to live with dirt everywhere it was even harder to keep it away. Another quote that proves my topic is ¨Children wore dust masks to and from school, women hung wet sheets over windows in a futile attempt to stop the dirt.”("About The Dust
The neglection of the sanitation of camps and little knowledge about how diseases are carried led to many many deaths during the civil war. The hospitals still had not discovered the importances of sanitation and hygiene. The lack of water and time meant that they did not wash their hands or their instruments after usage and surgery. Knives covered in blood were used as scalpels and doctors wore pus stained clothes, because of this sepsis or pyemia, pus in the blood, was very common and very
How can I know that after we are done at this camp I will get the supplies I need to survive if I didn’t get them now? I will quit because of the lack of supplies for soldiers at Camp Forge. Third, the cold weather has caused me to freeze and the smoky air has messed up my senses. According to Document C, the air inside the huts is very smoky, but cannot be let outside because of the lack of opening and the cold air. This means that soldiers are constantly breathing in smoky air, which is not good for their health.
Throughout time, slaughterhouses have been disgusting, terrifying and repulsive. They have had an extremely bad reputation for being cruel, unsafe and unhealthy. Furthermore, slaughterhouses have been noted for their uncleanliness and unsanitary conditions. In fact, they have been known as being excessively gruesome, with a multitude number of carcasses, animal feces enclosures and rodents throughout the property. Slaughterhouses have been ridiculed and persecuted without much understanding until the publication of the novel The Jungle by Upton Sinclair in 1906.
The Environments of the Indians were not good for walking on the trail, the journey is long and and dangerous the weather was bad and many died. Dozens of people buried at each stop? ⅓ of the people who walked died, this is about 4,000 people but though estimates set as high as 6,000. The main reason these people died is because of Dehydration.Dehydration is when the human body has the loss of bodily fluids such as water. The body sweats off more water than it takes in and when they were walking the trail they had limited amount of water and sweat because of the walking.
Sputum contains many microorganisms, viruses, fungi and other pathogens. Some people to freely spit phlegmy, but spit sputum have something will spread disease, which can lead to serious health problems, for the sake of public health, environment and citizens to boycott spitting this kind of behavior. So, we cannot spit everywhere, we should improve the quality of individuals, and to remind people around the spit, tell them to do
At Valley Forge I can smell the stench of the nasty cooking and hear the angry soldiers crying out that there is more meat. Members of the Congress didn’t trust in General Washington. There is a soldier that has worn out shoes, his legs are bare and half naked. Soldiers were healthy but started to grow sick. Deciding not to re-enlist is a choice I made because of the lack of trust, living conditions, illness at Valley Forge.
In Document C it says the soldiers had little to no food at all, they would chant, “No Meat, No Meat” (Document C)! It also says, “My skin and eyes were almost spoiled with continual smoke” (Document C). This proves just how harsh conditions and air quality these soldiers had to endure through which I definitely couldn’t. The final reason I would quit from Valley Forge because of the jealousy and overworking of the soldiers and animals. In the picture on Document B it shows a dead horse, a man going insane, and another man being helped from the ground after he fell over..
Along with this the conditions were terrible and they were not properly fed and cleaned, and they were forced to do hard jobs and labor. As a result of this many died from sickness and disease or because they were just not strong enough to continue. The Nazis did not have a systematic way to kill the Jehovah’s Witnesses. Either they died from the conditions or they were killed by the gas chambers and occasionally by firing squad. Killings by gas chambers were much more effective because you could kill much more at once.
Much of the death was a result of the fact that surgeons were not knowledgeable on subjects like hygiene or how bacteria spreads. They would use dirty instruments and would neglect to wash their hands between patients, which would cause the patients’ wounds to become infected. There were outbreaks of measles, malaria, small pox, pneumonia, and camp itch, which was spread by insects. In addition to bugs and doctors spreading disease, there was also the fact that garbage was everywhere around soldiers’ campsites, having been dumped just inside camp boundaries in an attempt at
General Washington had the troops there and many of the men were not looking good. That is why I would leave Valley Forge. There were too many disadvantages such as: many soldiers got sick and died, it made people depressed and angry, and there were extremely bad conditions and illnesses. One of the reasons why I would have left is the bad conditions and the illnesses. The huts they lived in at Valley Forge were small with no ventilation and many men had to sleep in one, which didn’t leave a lot of room.
Valley Forge It is really cold, and there is no supplies. The date is December 18,1777 we are at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania and the situation is horrible, we have no meat, no clothes, and no medicine, also lots of people are dying because of smallpox and other diseases. Many people are talking about if they are going to re-enlist or not, so the question for everyone is would you re-enlist or not? I have decided to not re-enlist for three reasons which are there is lots of disease, I don 't want to die, and my family needs me. I know it might seem selfish but, I have a lot to live for.
What horrible things did the continental army have to suffer in their six- month encampment? They experienced hunger, diseases, and death. Since it was cold some couldn 't bathe causing them to have bad hygiene. Also at the time smallpox and pneumonia was being spread. Since there weren 't many medical supplies, some couldn 't be treated.
Suddenly, the sergeant calls out that he needs a volunteer for sentry duty. I don’t know what that is, but you are also sick of being in this trench. I choose to volunteer for sentry duty and later find out what sentry duty was a guard that prevents the passage of unauthorized people, I thought it would not be that bad, the war was very ugly, we did not get paid good we got paid $33 dollars a month, we ran out of supplies, rain was our worst nightmare, it was very muddy, our foots were soaked in water, they would off our feet because they had virus, bacteria, disease that would have