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  • Nativism Essay

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    Nativism All so called "Native Americans," were once immigrants. There were two waves of immigration between the early 1800’s through the early 1900’s. The first wave of immigrants called the "old immigrants" came to America between 1890-1897. They were primarily from Northern Europe: Great Britain, Germany, and Scandinavia. The second wave of immigrants called the "new immigrants" came to America from 1897-1924. The "new immigrants" primarily came from Southern and Eastern Europe countries such

  • Wisconsin 's Emergency State Responders

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    Wisconsin 's Emergency State Responders Is Wisconsin ready for a natural disaster? Can emergency responders be ready at any given moment? Are there ways you can be prepare? While climate changes, this also changes the way emergencies would normally respond. "We work hand in hand with the Wisconsin National Guard along with local, tribal, state and federal agencies to provide help and support to communities and people in Wisconsin during and emergency or disaster, it starts with planning and

  • College Admissions Essay: How Music Has Influenced My Life

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    I am impressed by the wide range of programs offered to your students. I have attended and participated in many events at the nearby University of Wisconsin Platteville campus. The UW-Platteville Center for the Arts there greatly enriched my childhood. UW- Platteville’s continued support of music, drama, and cultural events has influenced my views and has benefitted my hometown, Mineral Point in a positive way. Art has always been a big part of my life. Ever since I was a child, I have expressed

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' The Night '

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    The muscles in her arms flexed, moving the snake tattoos. Would she take a swing at him? The side of her lip curled and she dropped her hand over his, giving it a squeeze. “All right, don’t get your boxers in a twist. Madison went to fetch your grandmother’s painting.” Geez, why couldn’t he shake off this urgency to find her? “Are you sure?” “Yeah. You know, making amends, doing something nice for Christmas, and all that.” “Where is she?” “Okay, here’s the deal. She’s

  • The State Of Wisconsin Is Home

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    Eliza Frankel Mr. Biglari AP Government 8 November 2016 Wisconsin INTRO GOES HERE In the Midwest region of the United States, the state of Wisconsin is home to more than 5,700,300 citizens, which is only a mere fraction of the 321,000,000 citizens that live in the United States. 62% of all Wisconsin citizens are between the ages of 16 and 65, compared to 62.2% of all Americans. 15.6% of Wisconsinites are over 65 years old, while only 14.9% of all United States citizens are in the same age range

  • The Mermaid : A Short Story : Treacherous Waves

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    Treacherous Waves There they were having the times of their life driving around the island swimming at any possible beach they passed by. At the time, there were two vans driving to Waimea coming from the mermaid caves. The boys had a van of their own as well as the girls. The sound of their laughter could fill up the streets of New York City. Everyone enjoyed themselves as they rode around the roads of North Shore feeling the pulse of the music in their bodies as they sang to the top of their lungs

  • The Bridges Of Francesca Analysis

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    For a romance about Francesca Johnson and Robert Kincaid, The Bridges of Madison County mentions Francesca’s husband Richard a surprising number of times. When the story begins, Italian immigrant-turned farmer’s wife Francesca is home alone while her husband and teenaged children show a steer at the Illinois State Fair. Robert, a travelling photographer assigned by National Geographic to shoot the Madison County bridges, stops by Francesca’s home to ask for directions, leading to an affair. Richard

  • A Short Story : The Story Of A Story

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    was her forever secret, but after the mix-up with the painting, she told Zach about the first incident. It didn’t matter that he thought her a little loony, although thank goodness, she still had her senses about her. But what if Zach couldn’t find Madison? What if her grandson remembered? Tears trickled from the edge of her eyes and she pressed her fingers to her lips. # Zach stood under the awning at Once Again Antiques and stomped the snow from his boots. From behind the store’s display window, a

  • Air Pollution In The Madison Area

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    Madison, the south-central, mid-sized city in Wisconsin is defined by its five major lakes, a beautiful rural side and a lively metropolitan area of about 578,000 (Madison Population 2016). Madison spills into surrounding suburbs driving locals to express that they are from the “Madison Area.” Historically speaking, Madison was home to the Winnebago Native American Tribe (Madison: History n.d.). The surrounding lakes made the area a convenient place to settle. Around 1829, a man named James Doty

  • Descriptive Essay About My Friend

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    Shannon L. Alder says, “Beauty is not who you are on the outside, it is the wisdom and time you gave away to save another struggling soul like you.” My friend Madison Smith is eighteen years old. She is five feet four inches tall and has light brown eyes. Her soft, dirty blond, wavy hair goes a few inches past her shoulders. She has smooth, fair white skin. Her complexion is perfect with her face free of make-up. The style of her clothing is very modern with her own unique touch. Singing is one activity