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  • Most Important Man In American History
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    During the period from 1865 to 1929, I think that the most important person, event and technology were Abraham Lincoln, The Civil War, and the airplane. Abraham Lincoln, the person I felt most important, was an incredible man. Not only for his charisma, and character, but for his actions and what he believed in. He was a man from the North, who was for the abolishment of slavery. He was a Republican. Although good to the North, the Southerners declares him as the greatest evil of the century. Pr...
  • Most Important Man In American History
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    Gregg GiassonU.S. History Period B!! YOU ARE THERE!! The most important event in U.S. History in my opinion would be Washington's escape from the British Army at New York. This event changed the course of U.S. History because it was the closest the movement for freedom came to being crushed. It all started when Washington and his army were waiting for the British on Long Island. He expected the British to launch a full frontal assault. He did not look at his flanks, and was heavily dug in. This ...
  • Third Important Thing In U.S. History
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    There are many important things that happened in history. One of them would be World War II. This was a very important time in America. Many men and women during the holocaust were losing their lives because of one man's beliefs of ethnic cleansing. This was one of the lowest points in the history of the world. The U. S was forced to do something. When Japan bombed Pearl Harbor it lead to many years of blood, sweat and tears, which would eventually become worth it in the end. Our involvement in ...
  • Important The Study Of History
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    Why History is Important The Study of history is important because we learn from our mistakes, we share a common experience with people that binds us together, our minds store our experiences, and society can build upon past accomplishments. The first, and most significant reason history is important is because we learn from our mistakes. If there were no history then everyone would make the same mistakes over and over. In any job, if you can avoid mistakes you or someone else made in the past t...
  • Study Of The Study Of History
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    History, or at least the study thereof, as shown by class, is divided into three specific categories: remembered, recovered and invented -- each having their own benefits and downfalls. The main purpose of studying history is to gather information about the past; to see the cause and effects of different situations; to see how this information can be applied to our lives, to understand why and how and others think in certain ways; and thus eventually lead to a better appreciation different peopl...
  • History As Important Events
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    I define history as important events that have happened in the past, and the ones that are presently happening. At some time or another everything will be considered history. History tells a story, whether it's written, painted, carved, or sung; a collection of events that someone explains to you that is usually important. When most people think about history they remember a boring class they took in school a long time ago, they recall memorizing important dates, taking map tests, and falling as...
  • Philadelphia And Independence Hall
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    Over this summer vacation I had the immense opportunity to visit Philadelphia and Independence Hall. This historical site is certainly important to our early American history for it is where the founding of this country's Constitution was held. There is so much to learn from Independence Hall, and it provides any visitor with the real experience of Philadelphia and America's history. Whether its seeing the Liberty Bell, visiting Benjamin Franklin's grave at Christ's Church Cemetery, or taking th...

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