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  • Two Manure Pits On His Farm
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    Farming am doing my paper on farming because that is my job and the pay gets's me through college. Farming is a very important and a very hard job at times. A lot of farmers don't get much credit for all the work they do and they don't get much pay for it either. When most farmers grow in age they start to get crippled and start to get arthritis. All farmers have a few stories about their experiences on the farm. I am going to tell you about some of mine and some of my boss's. The other things I...
  • Animals Rebel Against Jones And His Farm
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    The author of my book is George Orwell. The book I am reading is entitled Animal Farm. My book is a fiction book with talking animals. The animals rebel against Jones and his farm and how their food was low and they had to work to much to just make food for Jones and his family. The animals were victorious in gaining control of the farm. Then the pigs slowly take over the farm and slowly turn it back into just what it had been when Jones had been there. The story takes place on a farm in the cou...
  • National Farming Crisis Of The Great Depression
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    Towards the end of the nineteen twenties and through the nineteen thirties of the twentieth century the United States was struck with the largest economic dilemma; the Great Depression. Throughout the Great Depression president's Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. Roosevelt tried their hardest at reconstructing the nation's economy so that it would be able to continue it's path to becoming the world's greatest nation ever. However, it was a long and several times unsuccessful road which would come t...
  • Women's Roles On The Farm
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    Analytical Summary: Women and the Agricultural Revolution Elise Boulding in her article, Women and the Agricultural Revolution, argues that women played a key role in initiating the Agricultural Revolution. She defines the revolution as happening within two stages: horticulture and agriculture proper. Women had a prominent role within the earlier form, horticulture. Horticulture is defined as farming for subsistence only. Women's roles on the farm were not as dominant as society grew to farming ...
  • Useful Tools
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    In early times, cavemen lacked useful tools to communicate and survive. Their early weapons were brittle and made it difficult to successfully hunt. They were always on the move, traveling to find food and shelter. Because of these things, groups of cavemen remained small. The caveman eventually overcame these problems and grew to be civilized. The caveman made many great advances throughout history. Some fundamental things that cavemen discovered were fire, hunting weapons, tools, and a verbal ...
  • Care Of The Farm
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    Pops Since I came into the world about the same time as my father became a grandfather that created a grandfather like image for me. It stuck throughout my childhood and certain occasions reminded me of it often. He asked me to help him with the chores or farm work, and I just said that "I can't I am too busy tonight". A phrase that hurt him more every time it left my lips. He tried to understand that farming didn't appeal to me. Therefore he helped me with my interests like baseball and science...
  • Gogacz And Sally
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    In "Polish farmer risked life for Jewish girl", Sally Horwitz paints a picture of how a part of her life was, during World War 2. At the age of 13, Sally and her sister Franca were selected by a Nazi S.S. man to board a cattle train. Once on the train their home and everyone in it became only a part of her memory. Sally's destination was to a potato farm, where she would work as a slave for the Nazi's. The farm was run by a man named Gogacz, he himself was not a Nazi, but forced to work for them...
  • Actual Value Of A Typical Farm
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    Essay #1: Agricultural Historical Statistics of the US When trying to come up with a good estimate for items such as total number of farms, average value of land per acre, and total farm population, the US Bureau of the Census had a rather arduous task of defining what is meant by the word farm. The Census Bureau outlined the definition of a farm but that figure varied from year to year. Most recently though a farm was found to be any place of less than 10 acres that had estimated sales of agric...
  • Love With The Tailor Farm
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    Where Happiness Comes From by Tonia L. Harmon Their farm was two hundred acres of corn fields, cows, pigs, and, of course, chickens. No farm would be complete without chickens. At the southeast corner of the farm, behind the smaller corn field, was the brook with clear cold water that reached past my knees. On most weekends my family would go to visit our friends, the Tailors, who had at one time seven boys to keep them company. All of them were grown with their own lives to attend to, except fo...
  • Arnold
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    Creative Task: The Stone Boy Six years ago, Arnold Curing accidentally shot his brother with a. 22 caliber rifle. He was nine years old at the time. Surrounding this incident, as you would expect, he was under fire by his neighbors and peers from thereon, even though it was an accident. Generally, they all blamed him. Some detested him for not getting in trouble. Some might debate that he got not enough punishment. Others might conclude that the knowledge of living the rest of his life knowing t...

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