Why do we to go through a storm in order to say lets prepare better next time? Why is it
always next time? Thats exactly what runs through my head when I read and now saw
the video of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in 1911. During the industria
During the late 1800's and 1900's we are brought into the imperial era. After the Civil
War, the north and the south take to two different approaches to prospering and living.
The north began to establish and expand on the world of industrializa
The interesting thing about this essay is to see how much contribution Chinas men had to do with the
central Pacific. To this day we know that china is far more advance in every aspects of society. During
1850 9000 miles of railroad ha
Sometimes we do not realize something is dangerous until someones life becomes a
deciding factor in having to make a difference. During the late 1800s and touching into
the early 1900s, we are brought into the Gilded Age. This age was a time tha
If I had to choose an Era to have been born in, I think the gilded age would have been the cats meow for
me. During the late 1860 to the 1900s the industrial side of America was starting to take form and
shape. Gilded was the name you could say
It is quite fascinating to see how driven pioneers were. At the same time, disturbing, to realize
how nothing would stop them from acquiring whatever they so desired. They were power
hungry for more and being satisfied with what they had was never enough.
Educating Indian Girls
When we are first introduced in some part of the nineteenth century the Bureau wanted to educate
indian girls. They wanted to pretty much demololish whatever they knew of the indian history and
completely just ed
For an era that was supposed to be progressing, it had a long way to go to restore order.
Not only speaking to the industrial side, but to the economy and social problems as well.
Running around like a headless chicken would be the perfect expre
What were the top five battles in terms of casualties
what were the casualties on both sides, their dates, where they are
April 6-7, 1862: Battle of Shiloh
August 28-30, 1862: Second Battle o