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    The Event that Changed Latin America The Latin American countries have been subject to many changes ever since the American continent was discovered. These changes have mainly affected the economy, culture and power changes these countries have suffered throughout the years. According to Jon Charles Chasteen on his book “Born in Blood & Fire” During the twentieth century, there were three main events that changed the course of Latin American countries and their economies. These three events were

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    America was built off of “We the people” but the question is has that changed over the years? I think that it has definitely changed over the years. “We the people” isn’t talked about much today because when issues come about the government seems to want to please more of the people that have the problem with a so called “Issue”. I feel it has gotten to a point that we have went away from what we have built our country on. The 10 amendments were put into a place for a reason and as years have passed

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    Life in America would not be how it is today if it weren't for these three people; Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., and Susan B. Anthony. They fought for what they believed and changed America because of it. Abraham Lincoln served as the 16th president of the United States. During his time, he had to make many important decisions, especially as commander in chief during the Civil War. Even though the Union faced many struggles, Lincoln stepped up and lead them to victory over the South. He

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    the world would be like if the Natives were just alone and no country migrated to North America. Would technology even exist? Would the main weapons be just spears and arrows? Would medicine be invented so people could live long lives without dying of diseases? These are questions that will never have to be answered because the world evolved into a much bigger and better place. The English changed North America no matter what the cost was. Some may argue that the English are the ones to blame for

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    After doing a little bit of research I had found what Juneteenth actually was all about. "Juneteenth" or June 19th is the date that slavery officially ended all over America. specifically it ended back in 1865 when U.S. Army Union officer Gordon Granger arrived at Galveston, Texas to tell everyone that the war had ended and that all slavery was abolished. Interestingly enough, this was two years after Lincoln announced the Emancipation Proclamation. The reason why the new law was never really

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    the air in the deadliest and most important battle of the Civil War, the Battle of Antietam. The Battle of Antietam was the single bloodiest day in the Civil War, but it was a very important turning point in the Civil War. The Civil War changed America., and America would have been a completely different place if it weren’t for the one most important battle in the Civil War, The Battle of Antietam. The Battle of Antietam gave the Union a moral victory which resulted in Abraham Lincoln issuing the Emancipation

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    it was often named, “The year that changed America.” It was the last year of the Civil War and Abraham Lincoln was president. The North and South continued to fight over slavery and freedom, so far the North was winning more battles and had great advantages over the South. At this time, Ulysses S. Grant was commander over the Unions while Robert E. Lee was the commander of the Confederates. There are many reasons why this last year of the Civil War saved America. Throughout the American Civil War

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    War changed America in huge ways that impacted everyone, even you today. The Northern leadership and men felt freedom was entitled to everyone and fought to extinguish slavery. The Southern leadership and soldiers fought to keep slavery and to become independent from the Union. “620,000 in the Civil War and 644,000 in all other conflicts”. According to (battlefields.org) this is the death count that was found at the end of the war versus the deaths in all other conflicts. Many lives changed for

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    Gettysburg is beyond significance in so many ways that have changed America. The "Battle of Gettysburg" was fought in July 1863 where the Confederate army led by General Robert E Lee invaded the north of the Potomac river and declared war on the Union which was under the command of Major General George G. Meade. There was as much as 70,100 men who fought with The Confederate Army of North Virginia and about 93,700 men who fought with the other side which was The Federal Army of the Potomac/Union

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    Ten Days That Unexpectedly Changed America Chapter Summaries Chapter 1: “Massacre at Mystic” May 26, 1637 was a fateful day in the history of America. The actions of Major John Mason and his Puritan men set a precedent for the next two hundred years of European and Indian relations. On that clear May night near the Mystic River of New England, hundreds of Pequot Indians were killed by the Europeans and their allies, most of the victims being the elderly, women, and children. This massacre was

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