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Megan Thie A36592543 September 5, 2007 SME 301, Section 007 These Happy Golden Years By Laura Ingalls Wilder 1. Property of matter or a change of state: pg. 46 “She did not sweep out the snow that Mr. Brewster tracked in; it melted and made puddles with the ashes around the stove.” 2. Astronomy: pg. 66 “The moon went down, and she stared at the dark until the gray winter daylight came.” 3. Precipitation: pg. 79 “A bitter wind rolled the snow across the prairie.” 4. Temperature: pg. 76 “It was forty below zero when that crazy fellow started, and the thermometer soon froze afterward.” 5. Landform: pg. 116 “But it went very well until they came to a slough. Here where the ground was lower, water stood in pools among the coarse slough grass.” 6. Soil or rocks: pg. 106 “From the floor of it, strange formations of bare earth towered up all around them, hundreds of feet high. Their sides were steep, sometimes overhanging, cut down and whittled by winds that blew forever. No vegetation grew on them, not a tree nor a bush nor a blade of grass. Their surface looked like dry caked mud, except in places where it was stained with different and brilliant colors.” 7. Plant that is most dominant eaten in the biome: pg. 168 “Almanzo drove slowly, as he
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