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    Something is amiss in Bly. The nameless Governess has always been a person of interest in literature. She has been analyzed time and time again from a trusting standpoint; taking everything she says at face value. Taken with no thought of deception and that ghosts are real and the Governess’ is attempting to protect Miles, not harm him. Also from a psychological or Freudian perspective indicating she was mentally disturbed and kills Miles. Whether the Governess was simply a confused youth, thrust

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    administration, and natural sciences. The one that I am interested in studying is Parks, Recreation, and Leisure studies. This major is offered at a variety of schools. The school I have chosen is Central Missouri State University.      Admission requirements for Central Missouri State University are like most other state schools. The preferred admission test ACT. The average ACT score for the University’s freshman is 22.0. The high school credit requirements go as followed: English:

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    Also known as the Show Me State, Missouri is known for their capital, Jefferson City. The beautiful Bluebird is their state’s bird with the gorgeous Flowering Dogwood tree that fills the lands. They have a population of over five million people and land approximately seventy thousand square miles across. The Show Me State is also known for their Gateway Arch that draws several tourists and residents all year long. The Arch in St. Louis is the country’s tallest manmade monument. It was built at

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    home away from home can be found at the University of Missouri. The University of Missouri is known as Mizzou. Mizzou has one of the most diverse campus’ around the state. Though precautions should be taken when observing colleges, Mizzou’s benefits definitely out way the speculations. Statistically, students attending this college do not have any trouble finding a way to stay busy, or make new friends (Mizzou). The University of Missouri is an exceptional choice for students pursuing the medical

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    Camp Jackson Affair Brigadier General Frost and Brigadier General Lyon are on a collision course. Frost is training his pro-Southern state militia at Camp Jackson over which the Confederate flag is flying. Lyon believes that waiting any longer without action would be dangerous to the cause of the Union and the security of St. Louis. (L174) (L204) (L272) On Friday, May 10, 1861, Johann Voss drills with the rest of his 2nd Regiment on the grounds of the Marine Hospital. This is their usual practice

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    book Celia, A Slave by Melton A. McLaurin is about the trial and execution of a slave in Callaway county named Celia. Robert migrated westward to seek cheap land. He was a widow and had two sons and two daughters who still lived with him. In 1850 a Missouri farmer named Robert Newsom buys a teenaged slave named Celia. At the time Robert purchased Celia there was an intense debate about slavery throughout America. After buying Celia Newsom raped her on the way to his farm. He would rape her for the

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    Lake Pollution Issues

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    The issue regarding the Lake of the Ozarks is one that has been floating around for some time. The water quality has gone down the drain in recent years due to numerous factors such as leaking sewage and trash pollution. This issue is an environmental concern because it makes the escherichia coli (e. coli) levels in the water go up, which can lead to illnesses and deaths of people and animals across the area. There was said to have been as much as 15,000 gallons of sewage that led directly into the

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    The Special Years (1907 and 1908) Between having won a financially lucrative lawsuit against the owners of the Mineral Springs Hotel and Bathhouse, plus getting paid for still working there, and now collecting a monthly pension, Charles is able to purchase a lot and a half for $150 ($4,000 in 2017). He is undeniably enthusiastic as he hires men to build the first house that he and Elizabeth have ever owned. And what a location. Near the end of a dead-end street, it is only a one block walk to church

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    A common theme found in both, Campbell McGrath’s Shannon and Apuleius’ The Golden Ass, is facing the consequences for venturing into the unknown. George Shannon and Lucius come face to face with unique obstacles, for instance George’s narrative long struggle to acquire any form of comestible sustenance or Lucius being faced with the seemingly immoral task to murder a woman by having sexual intercourse with her when he is in donkey form, that they must overcome. They used their pride and determination

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    As I grew up in a suburb of Missouri I was not very aware of the so called “boarder wars” that Kansans and Missourians experienced. I became much more aware of the stereotypes that arose from either sides of the Stateline once I entered high school. Still a Missouri resident I was not very familiar with Kansas’s culture, or even some of the main differences between the two States. Once my family moved west of the Stateline I finally experienced hands on some of the main differences. There was a different

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