• White Tailed Deer Population Native Found
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    White tailed deer (Odocoileus virginian us) are one of the most common species of mammals seen in North America, the most common of large animals actually. The last official count of deer in the USA and Canada was done in 1982, at which time 15000000 were found at an average of 3 deer in every square kilometer. The deer are very much native and were hunted even by Native Americans. You may have even seen this species yourself. Some of the most common places to find them are in your own backyard,...
  • North America Clovis Theory Pre
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    When did people first come to North America is a highly publicized question in archaeology. This question has been the focal point of many archaeologists careers. Although this question is really no more important than any other unanswered archaeological question; it remains a cataclysm for many, if not all, North American archaeologists To the North American archaeologist the migration of humans from Siberia to North America is a topic of dispute no matter what his or her field of study might b...
  • Indian War French Settlers Spanish
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    There were numerous effects of the French and Indian War; the Peace of Paris of 1763 ended the French and Indian War, closing all French power in North America. With the Death of King George II, the new English king, King George the III, wanted to put an end to the French and Indian War, pursuing peace and agreement. With this agreement, the Peace of Paris of 1763, came many stipulations. The French lost all of their land in North America. Many of the area settlers were forced to leave their hom...
  • English Vs Spanish Colonizati
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    English vs. Spanish Colonization Both England and Spain got into colonizing the Western hemisphere because of the possible wealth in it. England wanted to establish itself in North America with agriculture and trade. Spain more or less wanted to strip mine South America for gold and silver. Although both countries were very successful, the staying power of their success is reflected in the way they went about colonizing. Spain was into making quick money with their colonizing by conquering the t...
  • Why English Colonized North Americ
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    During the 17 th century many people left England to come to the "New World" for a variety of reasons, most commonly seeking money or freedom of religion. Therefore it is not possible to provide a single answer to the question of why English colonized North America. (Throughout the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies the same two main reasons for coming to North America emerge. ) Each of the colonies has a little more emphasis on either money or religious freedom. For example the people o...
  • Buddhism North America
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    Buddhism For over 2000 years Buddhism has existed as an organized religion. By religion we mean that it has a concept of the profane, the sacred, and approaches to the sacred. It has been established in India, China, Japan and other eastern cultures for almost 2000 years and has gained a strong foothold in North America and Europe in the past few centuries. However, one might ask; what fate would Buddhism face had Siddartha Guatama been born in modern times; or more specifically in modern day No...
  • Grey Wolves Gray Wolf
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    The gray wolf has a larger natural distribution than any other mammal except humans. It formerly inhabited all of North America from Alaska and Arctic Canada south to central Mexico and was found in Europe and Asia southward to the Mediterranean Sea, the Arabian Peninsula, and parts of India and China. It lived in almost every type of habitat in the Northern Hemisphere. The gray wolf has been eliminated from much of its original range. In North America it is now found primarily in Canada and Ala...
  • Spanish Settlements In North America
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    The puritans wished to reform England by: Purifying it of Catholic Rituals How did Columbus react to the natives when he reached the Western Hemisphere? He thought they would become christianized and become good servants. The West African Empires prior to 1600 Engaged in vigorous trade and were Islamic Which of the following nations was first in the new explorations that began in the 15 th century? Portugal In England, Puritan's primary appeal lay among? Shopkeepers, yeomen farmers, and universi...
  • North America Slave Master Brazil
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    Differences in slave laws in British North America and Colonial Brazil Slavery as it existed in colonial Brazil contained interesting points of comparison and contrast with the slave system existing in British North America. The slaves in both areas had been left with very little opportunity in which he could develop as a person. The degree to which the individual rights of the slave were either protected or suppressed provides a clearer insight to the differences between North American and Braz...
  • North America Women Men Society
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    With great pride, 35- year-old Sirhan describes the way in which he shot and killed his 16-year old sister, Suzanne. Cheerful and at ease, he is completely contented to tell his story. He shot Suzanne in the head four times last March, three days after she reported to the police that she had been raped. Sirhan fully believes that the rape was Suzanne's fault - her "mistake" - regardless of the fact that it was done against her will. Although he thought he was committing a capital crime at the t...
  • Nova Scotia British America North
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    Historic Culture For hundreds, perhaps thousands of years, the native Mi " kma qs hunted and fished the bountiful lands and waters of present-day Nova Scotia. Soon after John Cabot's exploration of North America in 1497, European fishermen sailed to the shores of the new land, eager to take advantage of the seemingly endless cod stocks. In 1605, the French established the first permanent European settlement in what is now Canada. They named their small settlement Port Royal, and named the vast l...
  • Religion And The African American Experience
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    Various factors contribute to religion practices and preferences. These factors can be demographic, economical, social or even lack thereof. It can be found that traditional West African religion has undergone much subtraction and addition in its making of a religion. It can also be found that it went through this process as it assembled in Latin and North America. Traditional West African religion was an essential part of life to every person from West Africa. Religion was a way of life. In ot...
  • Years Ago America Glaciers World
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    Chapter 1: New World Beginnings Planetary Perspectives o 6000 years ago (I min ago in geological time) Western world began o 500 years ago European explores stumbled on American continents. (altered both old / new Africa/Asia) o United States was then born leaving imprints upon rest of world. Enormous economic output gave power. Achievements in arts, science and technology shaped the world and lives. o American Republic started from a vast and virgin continent. Native people scattered. Opportun...
  • Importance Of Royal Proclamation
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    In 1763, nearly three centuries after Columbus's first voyage, North America was still largely unsettled by Europeans. The British and French were vying for influence over the continent. Indian Nations, who had initially welcomed and aided the European newcomers, had formed alliances with various powers (and each other) and played decisive roles in numerous struggles. Many Indian Nations in the interior remained unconquered. The rivalry between the European powers was fierce, and the tenac...
  • The First Americans North America
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    A long time ago North America was very different from the way it is today. There were no highways, cars, or cities. There were no schools, malls, or restaurants. But even long, long ago, there were still communities. A community is where a group of people work, live, and have fun together. People made their own homes, food, and clothing from the plants and animals they found around them. These first Americans descended, or came, from cave men in Asia. These were the first people to live in Nort...
  • Implications Of Having Not Fought The Revolutionary War
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    Benjamin Franklin said at the signing of the Declaration of Independence, "We must all hand together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately." There could have been many possible outcomes to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. One of the ways that it could have been avoided was if it was never fought at all, therefore Franklin would not have needed to worry about being killed. So what if the American Revolution was never fought? One of the ways the War could have been avoided...
  • Christopher Columbus Native America
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    Three Worlds Meet John Mohawk once said; "Christopher Columbus is a symbol, not of a man, but of imperialism... Imperialism and colonialism are not something that happened decades ago or generations ago, but they are still happening now with the exploitation of people... The kind of thing that took place long ago in which people were dispossessed from their land and forced out of subsistence economies and into market economies - those processes are still happening today." I agree ...
  • North America Alaska Juneau State
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    In this report I will be writing about different topics of Alaska. They are: Alaskan cities, Alaskan History, and Physical makeup of Alaska. Some Alaskan cities are: Juneau, Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Sitka. Juneau is Alaska's capital. The population of Juneau is 19, 528. Juneau covers 3, 108 square miles. Anchorage has the largest population of 174, 431. Fairbanks population is 22, 645, and Sitka's population is 7, 803. Alaska was part of Russia until William H. Seward bought Alaska in March 30...
  • Apache Indians Life Society Culture
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    The Apache Indians of North America prospered for years throughout Kansas, New Mexico, and Arizona. They were a religious society who believed in a? giver of life? . As any complex society today, The Apache had many inter-tribal differences, although the tribe as a whole was able to see through these conflicts. Women and the extended family played an important role in the society and also in the lives of young children. Groups of different extended families, called bands, often lived together an...
  • Appalachian The Mountains National Park
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    The Appalachian The Appalachian Mountains The Appalachian mountain system dominates the Eastern United States and separates the Eastern seaboard from the interior with a belt of uplands that extends nearly 1, 500 miles from northeastern Alabama to the Canadian border. ; They are old, complex mountains, eroded from much older and greater ranges. The present topography is a result of erosion that has carved the weak rocks away, leaving a skeleton of resistant rocks behind as highlands. Because of ...