Delaware County, Pennsylvania

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  • Business Proposal for Library at the Exton Campus of Delaware County Community College

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    ?.4 Benefits???????????????????????????????.6 Business Requirements and Cost Analysis?????????????????...8 Conclusion??????????????????????????????9 BACKGROUND I am proposing for a library to be put into the Exton campus of Delaware County Community College. There is currently not a library at this location. In order to have the use of a campus library we must go to the main campus of the college, which is approximately thirty to forty minutes from the Exton location. There are

  • The Innocence of the Paxton Boys Essay

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    made by Little Abraham, a Mohawk sachem, to colonial Pennsylvania officials and Indian Leaders: "You [...] made Plantations there and spoiled their hunting grounds, they [French-allied Delawares] then complained to us [...] and [we] found their complaints to be true. [...] [...] Our advice to you is, that you send for the Senecas [and Delawares],

  • Agency Report

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    Crossroads of Delaware Thaddeus Williams Delaware Technical Community College Directed Practice 2 244-6H1 March 15, 2014 Agency Purpose This report will provide a description of Crossroads of Delaware and the services they provide for adolescents who suffer from substance abuse and mental health problems. Crossroads offer a continuum of care services for adolescents and their families who reside in Delaware. Historical Background Crossroads founded in 1992 by, Dr. Mike Barbieri, MSW

  • The Molly Maguires Essay

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    People of many different nationalities settled in Pennsylvania to work in the coal mines. Conflicts developed not only among people of different cultural backgrounds but also between laborers and owners of the mines. The struggle between labor and management is illustrated in the story of the Molly Maguires, an Irish group which settled in eastern Pennsylvania. The Molly Maguires were perhaps the most gruesome chapter in the history of Pennsylvania. The violent and dramatic case of these people is

  • Community Assessment Paper

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    Community Assessment: Reading, Pennsylvania Judith Giorgio Western Governor’s University Abstract This paper is an assessment of the city of Reading, Pennsylvania. It will describe the city with a focus on the population, economic situation, culture, neighborhood and safety factors. It will also look at what the city has in place in case of a disaster. From this data, I will interpret the overall status of the community and formulate a logical community diagnosis. Community Description

  • Artists Most Closely Associated with Snyder County, PA

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    The artists that are today most closely associated with Snyder County are: The Reverend George Geistweite, Henry Young, and Francis Portzline. There are others like Frederick Kuster, Johann Conrad Trevits, Daniel Diefenbach, and Daniel Otto who probably never lived or worked within the geographical confines of what is today Snyder County, but were close enough to produce work for local families and influenced and were influenced by the works of others within this region. Also, some important artists

  • Johnstown Flood Essay

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    McCullough presents a meticulously researched, detailed account of the Johnstown Flood of May 31st 1889, which provides arguments for why the disaster was both “the work of man” and “a visitation of providence”. However, it is apparent that McCullough believes that man was more responsible than nature/god for the extent of the catastrophe. In McCullough’s opinion, the storm that caused the flood was no more than the inevitable stimulus of the disaster, whereas the deferred maintenance and poor repairs

  • The Beginnings of Oakmont Pennsylvania

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    men settled in present day Oakmont. The land was offered for thirteen cents per acre and a buyer could establish a claim to a tract by having it surveyed. The purchase price did not have to be paid until a patent for the tract was obtained from Pennsylvania and patenting could be deferred which encouraged land speculation rather than settlement. From 1769 to 1787 George Croghan, John Baird, William Maris, David Mcfee, and John Woods established claims to tracts encompassing all of present day Oakmont

  • Causes Of Death In Delaware County

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    1, 2015, for Delaware County is 563,894 according to the United States Census Bureau. (Population estimates) In Delaware county 33,755 people under the age of 5, 70,836 are ages 5-14; ages 15-24 includes 82,614, and 69,457 people are between ages 25-34. Ages 35-44 accounts for a total of 67,005 people. The age group of 45-54 is 82,956; there are 72,286 people between ages 55-64. 40,504 people are 67-74 and there are 41,685 people who are 75 and older in Delaware County. (Pennsylvania Department of

  • Roger Sherman Research Paper

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    Wilson was elected twice to the Continental Congress, where he presented Pennsylvania and was a major factor in drafting the United States Constitution. Wilson was one of seven children born into a Presbyterian farming family on September 14, 1742 near St. Andrew, Scotland, to William Wilson and Alison Landall. He studied at the