Cape Girardeau Essays

  • Essay On My Ideal American Dream

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    somethings, especially scholarships. If my Mizzou dream fails, I hope to attend Missouri State- Springfield or Missouri Southern State University. Maybe I’ll even follow in my parents, sister, and aunt and uncle’s footsteps and attend college in Cape Girardeau at Southeast Missouri State University. It will be a long path. Who knows, in the future I might even change my mind, but right now I am passionate about what I plan to do with my future. Although many people dream of families, I don’t dream

  • Moai On Easter Island Essay

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    Great ideas and innovations don’t appear out of nowhere, it takes time, dedication and most of all hard work. There are two great man made things that took much hard work from many different people to build, things like that which were built years ago is still a mystery to people nowadays. These two man made things are the Moai on Easter Island and the Panama Canal. Both of them took much dedication and also are marvels to people even today however, differ in many ways as well, an example of witch

  • White Flight In Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun

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    Many Americans wonder why once-boomtowns like Chicago and Detroit have deteriorated into little more than ghetto villages surrounded by skyscrapers. The answer may be found in patterns from mid-20th-century urban segregation. Starting around the turn of the 1950’s, segregation laws intensified between whites and blacks, as portrayed in Lorraine Hansberry’s play, A Raisin in the Sun, named after the final line in one of Langston Hughes’ most famous poems. This created an idea of “white flight,” as

  • Executive Summary: Burger King

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    Burger King Burger king is a fast food franchise that is focuses on the distribution hamburgers and has proven to be a troublesome competitor to Mcdonalds .Headquartered in Miami ,Florida Vision statement To be the most profitable QSR business ,through a strong franchise system and great people, serving the best burgers in the world Mission statement Offer reasonably priced quality food,served quickly,in attractive,clean surroundings After being inspired by the success

  • Personal Narrative-The Day Before The Race At Tustin High School

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    “Alright, you guys have run the course before. You 've all trained hard throughout the whole month for this. For many of you, this will be your last race this season, so make it count!” Coach Guzmán announced during a whole team huddle behind the Sports Pavilion and next to the track at Tustin High School. This was the day before the race, the Empire League Finals, which determines which schools will move on to the CIF Southern Section Preliminaries, the Cross Country equivalent of the quarterfinals

  • Summer Bucket Red

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    Cricket in her future that is going to challenge her, and she’ll learn that she has to work hard for what she wants. Nantucket, a small vacation island off of Cape

  • Bartolomeu Dias Achievements

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    back His crew members were scared because the food was becoming scarce, but they still trusted their captain. Dias shockingly turned out be right, and in early January, 1488, the crew spotted a glimpse of land which was 300 miles east of present day (Cape of Good Hope) The courageous man sent out 4 of the 6 men along the coast with bags of gold, silver, jewels, and other forms of European wealth. This exchange was a sign showing and telling the Africans that they came in peace. Many Africans however

  • Nature In The Old Man And The Sea

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    The universal theme that goes with The Old Man and the Sea is Mans struggle with nature and life. The old man was trying to fight a battle that might have killed him since his pride kept him from accepting defeat, and going back home empty-handed, because of his old age he felt like if he could not catch the marlin than he might have died because he thought that would make him a failure. Not to himself but to Manolin (the boy that he would fish with and would speak to about baseball.) The way that

  • Rhetorical Analysis: US T Creek

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    circumstances and possibly make an emotional impact. In Up Sh*t Creek (with a Paddle), this article informs people about some of the hidden truths about the waters near them. Given in the title, he shares that he notices sewage that is being passed through the Cape Fear River as he paddles. Gessner shares that he has been paddling the waters for two years now and just noticed the pipes. This shows that it takes a while to get to know the hidden workings of a place, even if they are right in front of you. Gessner

  • Mississippi River Flood Disasters

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    Flooding Disaster Flooding - arrive in overwhelming amounts or quantities or large amounts of water. We are going to talk about how flooding destroy people 's lives and homes around the world. One of the country’s worst flooding disasters occurred February 26, 1972, on Buffalo Creek in Logan County in West Virginia. It was about 8.00a.m a coil waste dam collapsed on the Middle Fork of Buffalo Creek releasing 132 millions gallons of water into the city and destroying everything. Next were are

  • Summary: The Great Migration

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    1967, Pryor moved to Ullin, Illinois where he worked as a carpenter in the late 1960s but eventually make a musical comeback in the late 1980s. Rediscovered by fans of Chicago blues and resumed recording occasionally until his death in nearby Cape Girardeau,

  • Atchafalaya River Research Paper

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    The Atchafalaya River is the third- ranking river on the earth. It’s located in South Louisiana, with its base the gulf coast from the mouth of the Mississippi river almost to Texas, its two sides coming together up near the lock and not including New Orleans or Baton Rouge. The Mississippi river with its sand and stuff has created most of Louisiana and couldn’t have done it by remaining in one channel. If it did then southern Louisiana would be a long peninsula reaching into the Gulf of Mexico.