The artifacts and features left behind at Fort Tombecbe is archeology because, they provide a visual aid of things that once belonged to a no longer existing culture. Since the people who lived during that time period is no longer alive the remaining on their prosessions can tell use what life may have been like for them.
“Oh goodness, this is not how a lady ought to look. Let’s fix this up,” she muttered. But it was pointless. Her tears only washed away her efforts. Instead, she took upon brushing her hair. Daisy sat there humming to herself until she saw glaring lights
“The First Stone” is written by Don Aker and this book is based on two teenagers who have suffered very painful past. They both have lost one of their loved ones in their past. The main character is Reef’s whose parents and grandparents die when he was young. He was left to many foster homes because of his past. He got anger issues since his parents and grandparents died. He made very inappropriate decision that leads him to court and then to North Hills. Now he has to respect other and follows the rules in order to stay away from jail. I believe Reef could have changed his past. By his action, behavior and language but since he didn’t help himself, he now has to face his
The graves of many famous people are at Arlington Nationel Cemetary. It did not start out that way. In 1861, a Confederate General and his wife owned the house and the land. That General was Robert E. Lee. His house was across the river from Washington, D.C. The Union Army took over the land at the start of the Civil War. Union soldiers that were killed in the war was buried near the house. These soldiers were poor. Their families could not pay for them to be buried. Arlington was called a "potter's field." A potters field is a place where poor or unknown people are buried. After the war, something odd started to happen. Union officers asked to be buried at Arlington. They wanted to be near those men who had been in the war with them. Americans
Obviously, the Tomb of the Unknown is heavily guarded at all times, even during the atrocious weather that comes upon Washington, D.C. In the year of 1948, the Third Infantry, also known as the Old Guard, had received the responsibility of guarding the most important tomb in Arlington National Cemetery. The Third Infantry is very important because it is the only infantry unit allowed to march with bayonets on the rifles. Primarily, the Third Infantry’s responsibility are duties, for example, conducting all military funerals at Arlington National Cemetery, providing protection for the capitol building and providing an escort for the president of the United States. The most important honor that can be given to any soldier of the Third Infantry
Important health decisions are made by the entire family. It is not uncommon for three generations to live under one roof and the oldest father is in charge. The people of Vietnamese culture tend to hide their true feelings or fears as it is considered rude to speak up or offer frank honesty (Kemp,
First, indians were disrespected. Their burial grounds were disturbed and often built over(indian burial grounds). The citizens showed little respect to the dead. This only rose when the grave creek mound was found and they charged others to look at the bones(indian burial grounds). The researchers did not consider the culture of the native americans or that the remains were once people. They uncermouly dubbed these remains the king tut of the west Before the us passed a bill that after study the bones must be reburied again. (Indian burial ground). The bill was only passed in 1990 and it shows the lack of though the Government had for the indians. More recently in 1998, they removed 154 indian remains only to build a walmart. They were not only getting their burial grounds disrupted, but their culture was also getting disrespected. They had their children forcibly removed from them and put into a
ROA’s situation is defined largely by recent financials. They have demonstrated year over year decline in revenue, profit, and net income since 2003 as demonstrated in Figure 1 (below). (MSN Money, 2008)
Arlington National Cemetery was created on June 15,1864 and is in Arlington,Virginia. It is a land, people use to bury the honorable soldiers with respect, honor and, dignity. Also in the Arlington National Cemetery is the Civil War Unknown Monument America honors all the soldiers who risked their lives and had fought in the Bull Run during the American Civil War.
Woodlawn Cemetery is one of the biggest cemeteries in New York City and it's located in Woodlawn Heights. The special thing about this place is that it has the character of a rural cemetery. Woodlawn Cemetery was built during the Civil War and many great personalities in the American arts such as Herman Melville, and musicians Irving Berlin, Miles Davis, etc.
The Arlington National cemetery is a final resting place for some of America's most famous war heroes and fallen soldiers. The cemetery conducts around 27-30 services a day and between 6-8 on Saturday. The grounds of the cemetery honor those who have served our nation by providing a sense of beauty and peace for our guests.
Washington D.C has the most substantial monuments that are like giants standing tall! The Washington Monument is enormous in comparison to me. The Washington Monument towers high and changes in hue as if it were a chameleon looking down at us. The stones that support the monument are ragged and cracks formed in the middle. The Washington Monument is spectacular and looks amazing.
Stonehenge, erected around 2500-1600 B.C.E. by tens of thousands of labor workers, represents the peaceful coming together of east and west Britain. It is thought to be a cultural, spiritual, historical, and a sacrificial center. Many experts believe Stonehenge may have also been a burial site for the elite. Located in Wiltshire, United Kingdom, it is believed that 3 separate tribes are responsible from building what is known as Stonehenge. The Windmill people around 2500 B.C.E., the Beaker people around 2000 B.C.E., and the Wessex people around 1600 B.C.E. Today, Stonehenge is the most famous megalithic site in the world, attracting more than 800,000 visitors. Stonehenge uses color, material, and shape, as well as pattern, balance, and emphasis, in order
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