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  • Idaho The Oregon Trail
    381 words
    Overland pioneer route to the northwestern United States. About 3200 km, about 2000 mi long, the trail extended from Independence, Missouri, to the Columbia River in Oregon. Part of the route followed the Platte River for 870 km (540 mi) through what is now Nebraska to Fort Laramie in present-day Wyoming. The trail continued along the North Platte and Sweetwater rivers to South Pass in the Wind River Range of the Rocky Mountains. From there the main trail went south to Fort Bridger, Wyoming, bef...
  • Santa Fe Trail As A Commercial Route
    529 words
    Santa Fe Trail Net " ALL'S SET' FOR SFTNet " The Santa Fe Trail Lives On!' Welcome to SFTNet, the latest manifestation of the Santa Fe Trail saga. This service is designed for trail buffs, students, researchers, travelers on the trail -- in short, anyone with an interest in historic or contemporary developments along the Santa Fe Trail. What Is The Santa Fe Trail? As many who read this introduction will know, the Santa Fe Trail is an ancient land route of communication between the desert Southwe...
  • Most Important Factor C When Dirt Bike
    477 words
    How To Safely Ride A Dirt Motorcycle 1 Racing, hill climbing, jumping, and performing dangerous tricks on a dirt bike sounds like fun, however it can get very dangerous. A. I will inform you how to be a safe dirt biker. B. I have experience in this field from dealing with many aspects on this sport, negative and positive. I have realized that safety is the most important factor. C. When dirt bike riding, it is very important to be in touch with your personal gear, familiar with bike trails, and ...
  • Stops On The Santa Fe Trail
    836 words
    Land enough land enough! Make Way, I say, for the young American buffalo he has not yet got land enough; he wants more land and his cool shelter in summer He wants more land for his beautiful pasture grounds. I tell you, we give him Oregon for his summer shade, and the region of Texas as his winter pasture. [Applause] Like all of his race, he wants salt too. Well, he shall have the use of two oceans, the mighty Pacific and the turbulent Atlantic shall be his. He shall not stop his career until h...
  • Right To Trial By Jury
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    Question: How far do you agree with the proposal that trial by jury should be radically reformed (note this is an English law essay) In the last year a number of legal reforms have been proposed by the current government. Firstly there are the Mode of Trial Bills, currently No. 2 is going through its readings. No. 1 failed to make it through the hose of Lords. Then there is the Auld report that recommends a radical restructuring of the court system and cutting down on the number of cases that ar...
  • Trails For Hurdles
    838 words
    It was our secondary school's orientation day and we, as first year students, were supposed to go for trails and pick our core curriculum activity (CCA) for the year. CCA is a after class activity which is compulsory to every student and at the end of the year, based on each individual achievement and attendance, you will be graded gold, sliver or bronze. I already had in mind that I wanted to join the Track and Field team and wanted to go for the trails immediately so that I could go home earli...
  • Trails
    277 words
    dressed in an authentic looking costume consisting of only a rawhide g-string with a short apron front. This dance depicted a story of a hunter and his prey. It was narrated by a woman who was also in costume. Brightly dressed Mexican men were beating drums and banging sticks providing the sound effects for the story. This was a great beginning to a wonderful afternoon. Behind the restaurant was a low mountainous area, accessible by walking trails only. We hiked one of these trails, observing th...
  • Appalachian Trail
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    Bill Bryson the author of the short story? A Walk in the Woods? constructs the story in a certain way to try to get the reader to accept his attitudes and values about how dangerous and death defying Earl V. Shaffer and other's are in attempting to travel the trail. He uses the techniques of emotive language, unusual language and use of first hand accounts in the short story? A Walk in the Woods? The use of descriptive and humorous language, combined with conversational text has allowed Bryson t...

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