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  • Personal Narrative : Friends And Family Extroversion

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    myself. I am always up to going to social gathering, and group outings and the more people the better. My mom used to work for the Erie County Health Department, and part of her job would be going to health fairs, and other events. She travelled all over Erie and Niagara Counties, when I was younger I was always dragged with her. Every year we went to the Erie County Fair, and as an 9-10 year old I had no other option then introducing myself and talking to people. I think this is where I got my ability

  • The Case Of Delong V. Erie County

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    It is the government’s ordained and foremost right to provide its citizens with reliable protection and security, especially in the face of an emergency. However, the government’s failure to provide equitable care, causing damage, injury, or death, results in legal negligence, or a person not acting to their given standard resulting in damage. In the case of Riss v. The City of New York, Linda Riss experienced negligent conduct from the New York City police department when, after she was repeatedly

  • Court Case Study: Delong Vs. Erie County

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    DeLong v. Erie County is focused on the issue of whether or not a municipality is liable if it fails to perform in a non-negligent manner when said municipality assumes a duty to a particular person. The rule applied in this case states that when a relationship is created between the police and an individual which gives rise to a special duty, the municipality loses its governmental immunity and liability may result. A municipality may assume this relationship by making affirmative actions in

  • The My First Combat Experience

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    came down. Abel excused himself saying "I need a drink". Trey was sure he 's need one too listening to this by himself every night. Peach began changing bands and at the bank robber 's suggestion transmitted a request for Erie Pa from Pittsburgh Pa with each change. Erie didn 't have a radio or they weren 't talking. One band that came through very clear was a nervous woman asking all sorts of questions about how many people they had, how much food they had and if they were armed. Peach didn

  • Little Falls History

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    started settling in Little Falls (Little Falls). Around a hundred years after the purchase of Little Falls the Erie Canal was built. The Erie Canal was the main source of commerce and transportation through Little Falls in the mid 1800s through to the late 1900s. The Erie Canal became Little Falls identity until around 1959 when railways and highways

  • The Erie Canal Linked Transportation and Trade in the United States

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    The Erie canal was very important to the United States. It was designed to link our nation through transportation and trade and was the fastest way to transport goods. It also linked many parts of the country. The Erie Canal was a vital part of Henry Clay’s plan known as the American System, which was designed to link our nation through trade and transportation. The canal that links the waters of Lake Erie to the west of the Hudson River in the east, is the Erie Canal. The Erie Canal is an example

  • Old Fort Erie Case Study

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    Part A: Introduction and Statement of Objectives Wilfrid Laurier University has conducted an archaeological field school at Old Fort Erie in 2012, 2013, and 2015. The work has primarily been conducted by undergraduate students supervised by Teaching Assistants and Dr. John Triggs. This paper will be focused on the 2015 season, specifically nnit M, excavated by Joshua Graf. The artifacts recovered from the Unit have been catalogued and entered into an excel worksheet; pivot tables have also been

  • How Did The Erie Canal Change America

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    Establishing Erie Canal Change Everyone is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree then it will live its whole live believing that it is stupid. (Albert Einstein) Beginning in 1817 and opened in its entirety in 1825, the Erie Canal is considered the engineering marvel of the 19th century. When the government concluded that the project was too ambitious to undertake, the State of New York took on the task of carving 363 miles of canal through the wilderness with nothing

  • Was The Second War For Independence?

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    Events leading to War: To so many people the War of 1812 is considered the “second war for independence . The war takes place between the years of 1803 and ends in 1812. Americas involvement in the war began by British sailors tormenting and enlisting American sailors to sail and fight for the British. “Most of Americas seven million people lived in coastal states, and for more than a century, seafaring had been both livelihood and lifeline in North America. This way of life was threatened when

  • Persuasive Essay On Quagga Mussels

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    Picture this: School just got out for the summer and you are dying to get outside and do something fun to relax. First things first, you must pack the essentials. Food (probably more than you need), a bathing suit and of course, a fishing pole. Now, you are ready for a trip to your favorite lake. After a few hours of driving, you finally reach your destination and can’t wait to get your boat out on the water, but guess what? Upon inspection from the local DWS officer, you are sent away due to the