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    despair and agony while fighting to survive the war. Year 1777 to 1778, valley forge is a small military village. Re-enlist because of time, resources, and the armies spirit. Grew in boston . tea party inspired me to fight. Bought a farm. Settled in back country.Valley forge - a small village to store washington’s army to spy on British army in. Since my nine months finish in the spring why would I quit if the weather is going to get better? In the Background essay 141 “your nine-month enlistment

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    In the United States, Historians and people in the public, look at the American Revolution as the first key step to creating the American Nation. With War came many struggles for families. Men indeed were forced to fight in the war, but what about Women? Along with men, Women were also a major part of the war. To be part of the war, it was not necessary that they had to be fighting. Any part played in the war was a major one. Women would stay home and take care of the children, and if needed help

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    Moses the Deliverer. Florence Nightingale was born into wealth, but had always had a fascination with mending things. At thirty-three she accepted an unpaid position as superintendent. She brought great change in healthcare for soldiers within the British army and after becoming sick she led people to continue her work. She would go on to make great changes in the field of medicine and changed how people viewed the field of medicine since. Tubman and Nightingale both show many characteristics of a

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    Ww1 Trench Description

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    World War One was a vicious four yearlong conflict that left few survivors in its wake, and devastated the world’s economy. The war commenced after the assassination of Austria-Hungary’s ArchDuke, Franz Ferdinand, and brought all the major European countries such as Germany, Italy, Great Britain, France, Serbia, Russia, and Austria-Hungary into the war. This was due to a system of alliances that linked the countries together, which forced countries even outside of Europe to join a war they had no

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    American Indian Analysis

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    rages across the English Colonies and the British have been fighting the French for territory in North America for three years. Indian tribes fight on both sides and the colonists are caught in the middle. Three men, Chingachgook, his son Uncas, and adopted white son Hawkeye, visit the frontier home of the Cameron 's. John, Alexandra, and James live there. A colonist named Jack Winthrop tells Hawkeye that he is gathering volunteers to fight for the British army in hopes that their homes on the frontier

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    Bad Girls Film Analysis

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    Overall, Bad Girls is a well produced and well acted short film, with several strong aspects that make it stand out in the world of student films. These aspects include, lighting, locations, and acting. However, some aspects, primarily sound, revealed it to be a less than professional endeavor. First, the lighting throughout the film was consistently, not only well done, but often beautiful. Everything and everyone that was significant was well-lit and motivated. I was never distracted by poor lighting

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    Captain Preston Massacre

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    Customs House an altercation between the British Troops and the colonists began, causing the deaths of 5 colonists. Yet, the colonists are no angels, what was supposed to be a small demonstration against the British turned deadly. The colonists are said to have provoked officers, by throwing stones, snowballs, and sticks at them. The history of the Boston, Massachusetts colonists and the British Troops is not good all. This is because ever since the British Troops were placed in the colony to enforce

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    Shooting An Elephant The story “ Shooting An Elephant” by George Orwell is about a man who lives in Bruma as a police officer. Bruma is under British control and they are not aloud to own guns. Being a British officer, the narrator was aloud to own one at the time. The story is told in first person, as readers learn about a traumatizing experience the narrator had in his past. When the narrator heard the news about an elephant going wild and destroying most of the Burmese homes, he rushed to find

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    The Boys in the Boat Deep Book Review I find it extremely strenuous to express in words the impact this book had on me, not just in the long run but in my everyday life. The true events of this story have affected my mindset in volleyball and even school! Description of Story and Characters The Boys in the Boat is a story of the big picture. It starts by following a young child, Joe Rantz, as he survives his childhood after being abandoned by his family. Following his story, we watch Joe as he

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    In the book Revolutionary Mothers, author Carol Berkin discusses women’s roles in the American Revolution. She separates out the chapters so that she can discuss the different experiences and roles of women during the period. She utilizes primary and secondary sources to talk about how women stepped into their husband’s shoes and maintained their livelihoods and how they furthered the war effort on both sides, as well as how classes and race effected each woman’s experience. Berkin’s main goal was

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    and the crown of England or to talk about possible independence from Great Britain and it’s king, King George. There, a delegate of the convention, Patrick Henry, proposed the idea to raise a militia and put Virginia on the defensive against the British, but his adversaries urged him and others to be cautious and wait until King George III replied to the Continental Congress’ most recent petition for reconciliation with Great

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    What make you yourself? There are many elements that formulate people personalities and identities such as self-image and self- esteem. But the focus of this essay will be on Culture identity as it is an indispensable part of who you are. Culture identity "answers the question “who am I as a member of my group?” The shared traits, values, norms, experiences and history that are associated with one’s group are internalized by the individual to make up an essential component of his or her identity

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    the people of the town that the British were coming by sea. On the night of Paul Revere, Longfellow's poem states that Paul Revere and his friend planned out that Paul Revere would stand on the opposite side of Charleston river prepared with his horse to tell everybody that the British were coming but he would not go until his friend would put letters on the church wall “ 1 later if by land and 2 lanterns if by sea” So then after his friend located the British army he had put 2 lanterns on the wall

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    World War I was a global war between many nations. These nations include Germany, Austria-Hungary, Serbia, Russia, Great Britain, France, and Belgium. The war began between Austria-Hungary and Serbia (Black Hand) when Franz Ferdinand was assassinated on June 28, 1914. After, many of the other nations had joined in; therefore, creating a world war. The war had lasted until 1918. At the end, all countries had faced many casualties due to disease and attacks. Throughout World War I, many of the

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    Breed’s Hill. It was fought on Breed’s Hill because the army thought that they were on Bunker Hill. The general for the Continental army was William Prescott, and the general for the British army was William Howe. In the Battle of Bunker Hill, General Howe’s army charged into Bunker Hill three times. The first two charges were unsuccessful. But, on the third charge the British caught a break. The Continental army had run short on ammunition at the end of the second charge

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    cause. The americans had defeated the british at Yorktown causing them to push back. In my opinion i could tell that the british were going to lose this battle already. This summary is about the battle of Cowpens and its great victory. Nathanael Greene commander of the american army and Daniel Morgan were sent to command the american army to fight the british. This war was called the Battle of Cowpens and its great american victory. The british had got attacked by them from Virginia

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    Battle of Yorktown Dates and Conflict In the fall of 1781, on September 26th, General George Washington and his army of 7,800 Frenchmen, 3,100 militiamen and 8,000 Continentals amassed on the northern end of the Chesapeake Bay along with a large supply of artillery and siege weaponry. Two days later on the 28th, Washington and his army descended out of Williamsburg and began to surround Yorktown. The bulk of the American troops positioned themselves along the right hand side of the battle with

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    Speeches in America’s history have been very powerful and moving. The speech given by Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain before the Battle of Gettysburg that changed the minds of 114 mutineers to fight alongside him in this battle. I feel like I could compare Colonel Chamberlain's speech to the wonderful “I Have a Dream Speech” spoken by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Both of these amazing and powerful words spoken by Martin Luther King Jr. Colonel Chamberlain’s speech were trying to move these mutineers

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    Continental Army in the American Revolution; Europe’s greatest nation of the time at war with its own people. The abuse of power by the king of Great Britain had angered the colonist to fight for their rights as citizens, this lead to the Declaration of Independence and the American Revolution. As the troops of the American and British soldiers fought during the war what strengths and weaknesses influenced the win of the American soldiers? During the American Revolution, the American and British soldiers

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    The Revolutionary war appeared like it was going to end earlier than expected. Since the British army were driving the revolutionist, led by Washington, out of New York and into New Jersey. The British continuously pursued the crippled colonist army, so Washington led his army across the Delaware river. They camped on the Pennsylvania side of the river, but the army was abridged of supplies. Washington considered a very risky plan, knowing if he didn’t do anything the revolution will come to an end

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