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Impact of Slave Trade on Africa
Research has showed that the European demand for human bodies played a part in the increase of warfare by offering tribes items that made “warfare more profitable, at least in the short term.”
Importance of Native and Colonial Relations
The Indians were the ones who called the New World home. To the Europeans that arrived on the new shores, the land was completely unknown to them. They did not know what crops would grow, how the weather would influence them, or what was behind the next hill.
Importance of Studying History
What is so important about history? The past is the past right? Wrong! Check out why studying history is vital to the future.
Inaugural Addresses as Pulse of Nation
To get the full feel of how the leaders of the United States of America viewed the role of President and where the country stood, the inaugural addresses are a great place to start. It is from the presidential inaugural addresses that one can understand better the various administrations and the dec
Inaugural Speech - First - George Washington
Each president has given a speech when first being sworn in as President of the United States of America. Much of what they hope to accomplish is wrapped up in these words which have echoed through the years. Here is the very first inaugural speech given by the first president, George Washington.
Inca Gold - A Book Review
Treasure hunting, spies, murder, and history combined can make the best of adventure stories. It never fails that Clive Cussler books bring you just that. Inca Gold is a wonderful tale of adventure and Incan history all wrapped up into one.
Much of American colonization was from the large population of indentured servants.
Industrialization and Imperialism
If industrialization had not developed as it did in Europe, the rush for Africa would not have occurred in the manner it did. The need for resources would not have had France, Britain and other nations competing to get more land and control of more resources if they sudden demand was not there.
Jackie O: On the Couch - A Book Review
What if a famous person sat down on your couch and opened up their entire soul to you? Alma H. Bond takes the facts of Mrs. Onassis’ life and delivers them as though they were through her own lips in her book, Jackie O: On the Couch: Inside the Mind and Life of Jackie Kennedy Onassis.
Jackson was the Answer for the Americans in 1828
he election for president in 1828 was a new venture into the unknown for most of the political world. Jackson and his supports took politics from the hands of the elite and made it accessible to everyone of voting age and requirements.
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