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    The Bloodless Revolution of 1800 was a very important event that shaped our nation into what it is today. The Revolution changed America 's history in major ways. The twelfth amendment was created and the party divisions that we see today in our modern government are results of the conflict. The revolution was also a test: could the young nation of America shift power peacefully, as the founding father 's had intended? Or would everything collapse after only one president leading the country? The

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    Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines college as a noun meaning “a body of clergy living together and supported by a foundation.” This word, though, is used to represent two of the most important institutions in American society: our Universities and the Electoral College. Why, then, does the lightest amount of research reveal this word is steeped in hatred and bigotry? Why does something that denotes two pillars of American life embody our deepest and darkest regret as a country? Irony aside, it

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    season rolls around, Americans are glued to their television curious to see what or who makes the next bold move. Iowa native Mark Noll explains to his readers the details of the 1800 election between Thomas Jefferson and John Adams in his book, One Nation Under God. Are there similarities or differences from the election of 1800 and now? Have we learned from past mistakes as Christians and human beings? I believe Evangelical Christians are continuing to commit these errors even as time ticks on.

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    Louise Mallard’s Demise in “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin Kate Chopin’s short story, “The Story of an Hour”, is about a woman, named Louise Mallard, in the late 1800s who is told that her husband, Brently, has died in a railroad accident. Initially, Louise is surprised, distressed, and drowned in sorrow. After mourning the loss, the woman realizes that she is finally free and independent, and that the only person she has to live for is herself. She becomes overwhelmed with joy about her new

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    Oftentimes people have a difficult time connecting with history. They do not see the relevance between something hundreds of years ago and today’s issues. The Broadway musical Hamilton by Lin-Manuel Miranda does a great job of bridging that gap. Many of the issues that were faced in the time period of Alexander Hamilton are also faced in the world today. An example of this is politicians riding the fence on important issues. A main character in the play is criticized greatly for doing this just as

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    During the 1800's America was figuring out how to run a nation through trial and error. During this period of time America faced hardships with foreign powers and with in its self, but the sweet victories made them all worth it. In the 1800's America learned to stand on its own, and became the strong nation it is today. Now, in the 1800's America was on its third president, Thomas Jefferson. During Jefferson's term he brought changes to the government and the American territory. A change he brought

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    Fashion In The 1800s

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    collections from prehistoric life to the present, the Museum of London, Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Fashion Museum in Bath allow visitors to observe the many changes that occurred in fashion throughout the years. With my prior knowledge about the 1800s fashion styles, I began to focus on a different era within the 19th century at each museum. Focusing on different eras enabled me to thoroughly analyze and compare each fashion style. During the Romantic era, 1820s through 1850s, a transition was made

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    Life In The 1800s

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    yards? Remember playing cowboys and Indians as a kid? Well, taking a look back into the 1800s, one can see that the hazards of that time were much harsher in contrast to those conditions that people face in contemporary times. Back in the day crime wasn’t unheard of, but it was much rarer and it did require a greater amount of physical and mental power and capabilities. These so called “outlaws” of the 1800s would rob trains and banks in broad daylight while using, at the time, primitive tools such

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    Quilting In 1800s

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    Quilting can also be used for expression of oneself or for social commentary. Back in the 1800’s when there were many wars women would usually make quilts because they were what was needed in those times and the fabric was often hard to come by and it was usually saved for clothes making.” It was a means to escape from the isolation of their lifestyle and it allowed them the artistic freedom to express themselves. The quilts produced by our ancestors told stories about their lifestyles that could

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    1.Explains the historical context that gave rise to ink-on-paper industries in the mid-1800s. The historical context that allowed it to rise occurred with Gutenberg technology which allowed many to have access. In the mid eighteen hundreds, they allowed one cent newspapers which allowed growth. Immigrants also used newspapers to learn the language. Urbanization in 1830s was also a factor and cities become hubs in which newspapers were distributed. Industrialization was nher factor which allowed

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