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  • Battle For Three Years
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    Question #3 - Discuss the roles of men, women and children during the Revolutionary War. Women were often referred to as "camp followers" and provided much of the nursing care, cooking help, the soldiers washing and some helped load artillery. Women looked after their loved ones, and kept family matters systematic, as well. A few were prostitutes, some officers' wives or mistresses, however the majority were married to ordinary soldiers. Deborah Champion was a beautiful spy who took information ...
  • End Of The Article The Author
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    Elian Gonzalez In comparing newspaper articles on the same topic, The Chicago Tribune, New York Times, and the Washington Times, the bias of the author becomes evident. After analyzing three papers I saw that most authors have let personal believes interfere with the true reporting of the facts. Almost Every media outlet I reviewed had its opinions, preferences, and prejudices. The New York Times reported few facts and seemed more like a sales pitch than an article. The author favored Elians sta...
  • Black And White Alike Washington
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    Booker T. Washington "Up From Slavery" unabridged During his lifetime, Booker T. Washington was a national leader for the betterment of African Americans in the post-Reconstruction South. He advocated for economic and industrial improvement of Blacks while accommodating Whites on voting rights and social equality. Washington traces his life from his being born a slave to an educator. His writings and speeches, though initially was very influential for his race, later in his life began to be chal...
  • Booker T Washington Up From Slavery
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    Booker T. Washington 'Up From Slavery'; inspired readers across the nation. People of this time had realized that they could no longer expect support from the federal government, in their struggle for dignity and opportunity in the south, so many blacks concluded that self-reliance, self-help, and racial solidarity were their last best hopes. So, people saw Booker T. Washington as their champion and adopted his autobiography, up from slavery. In Franklin County, Virginia Washington was given bir...
  • Life Of George Washington
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    Marcus Cunliffe George Washington Man and Monument Copyright 1958, 1982 Publishing Co. NAL Penguin Inc. For years George Washington has been one of the most revered men in history. No man's life has been more carefully documented than the life of Washington. Yet he still is hidden behind a fa ade of legends and folklore. Let us take a look into the man that is known to us as the Father of our Country. Cunliffe points out that Washington grew up as a somewhat of awkward young man. He was born on ...
  • Washington Times Over The Ny Times
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    Throughout many generations and years gone bye the media and presentation of issues by news sources have influenced society's opinions on moral and governmental issues. Dating back to the writing of the constitution the general public was influenced by what was said in the media presentation. The framers of the American Constitution banned newspaper reporters from hearing any information regarding the constitutional meetings due to the fact that our founding fathers did not want to be influenced...
  • White And Black Residents Of Tuskegee
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    Booker T. Washington was a Black man living during the later half of the Nineteenth Century when Black men were thought to be inferior and not in any way educated or influential. Through incredible persistence he changed attitudes towards southern Blacks. His achievements helped uplift a poor race into prominence and forever changed relations between the Black and White races. The very fact that he started from a life of slavery and poverty and accomplished so much, makes his efforts that much m...

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