You are welcome to search the collection of free essays and research papers. Thousands of coursework topics are available. Buy unique, original custom papers from our essay writing service.

6 results found, view free essays on page:

  • Indigenous People Of Guatemala
    1,316 words
    GUATEMALA Guatemala's culture is a unique product of Native American ways and a strong Spanish colonial heritage. About half of Guatemala's population is mestizo (known in Guatemala as ladino), people of mixed European and indigenous ancestry. Ladino culture is dominant in urban areas, and is heavily influenced by European and North American trends. Unlike many Latin American countries, Guatemala still has a large indigenous population, the Maya, which has retained a distinct identity. Deeply ro...
  • Guatemala Under The Serrano Administration
    2,503 words
    Guatemala, A Country Formed, Molded And Ruled By The Military Guatemala is a relatively large Central American country located directly south of Mexico, and north of Honduras and El Salvador. It's capital, Guatemala City, is the largest city in all of Central America. Guatemala has a population of 10,919,000 people, living on 42,042 square meters of land. The country's government is technically democratic, although currently, the people do not really have much say at all. Guatemala, like so many...
  • Guatemalas Capital Guatemala City
    507 words
    Guatemala The first fishing and farming villages first emerged around 2000 BC near the shores of Guatemala and then in 1000 BC the Mayans started to arrive in the Peten area. The Mayas developed many things and one of them was the number 0. They also calculated the year more accurately then the Europeans. The Mayan empire was not unified and the highest point of Mayan civilization was between the forth and seventh centuries. They abandoned their cities in Guatemala and moved northward to the Yuc...
  • Indigenous People Of Guatemala
    1,747 words
    James E Hogan Ms. Petersen English 280 Task Force Montagua: New Horizons II "And that's when my consciousness was born" -Rigoberta Menchu' In the early part of 1999 Guatemala was hit with both a hurricane and an earthquake. The United States government agreed to activate troops to be sent to Guatemala and several of its neighbors. My unit, being Military Police, was sent to provide force protection for all American service members working in and around Guatemala. I will provide some information ...
  • Guatemala City
    434 words
    Guatemala City As with all countries, certain and continuous political systems is unlikely. Instead a mixture of systems (capitalism, socialism, communism, and traditionalism) seem to be the overall control of a nation. Guatemala, a small country in South America, proves true to the before-mentioned statement. While it is not a mixture of all four systems, Guatemala does possess and adhere to Capitalism and Traditionalism. While small countries uphold historical values and culture, they also str...
  • History Of Belize
    4,185 words
    The Country of Belize Geography The Country of Belize is located in Central America along the Eastern or Caribbean coast. The Country shares the northern and western border with Mexico and southern border with Guatemala. The Inner coastal waters are shallow and sheltered by a line of coral reefs, (at 180 miles the 2nd largest in the world), the country has over 200 islands, atolls, and islets called? Cayes? Belize covers 8,866 miles of territory. The mainland is approximately 180 miles long and ...

6 results found, view free essays on page: