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    The fifth field exercise, oriented around archaeology, allowed us to discover the field in the surrounding neightborhood. We were given block number 1, surrounded by Englewood Avenue, Snelling Avenue, Minnehaha Avenue, and Asbury Street. In our block, we noticed ten different buildings, the first being a Super America on the corner of Englewood and Snelling. In the gas station we noticed there were four cars and eight pumps, with only one of the cars filling up on gas. In the gas station we found

  • Volunteering Research Paper

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    When volunteering at West Minnehaha it made me realize things that I didn’t pay attention to before going in. Last time when volunteering at Dayton’s Bluff I didn’t put myself out there to learn but since then I have another opportunity to do so and I have learned a lot. The point for volunteering is to build relationships, problem solve, what to do in a conflict situation, and step outside of my comfort zone. Let me tell you, I have learned to do each and every single one of those. I realized that

  • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 's Poetry Of The Nineteenth Century

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    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow epitomized poetry of the nineteenth century, yet remained living, breathing figure through the aisles of history with his work. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was born in Portland, Maine—then still part of Massachusetts—on February 27, 1807, the second son in a family of eight children. His mother, Zilpah Wadsworth, found herself the daughter of a Revolutionary War hero. His father, Stephen Longfellow, served a prominent Portland lawyer and later a member of Congress.Henry

  • Persuasive Essay On Gun Control

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    Gun Control Gun control will not protect United States citizens any more than having no gun control, it will keep the guns away from the responsibility, and do nothing to prevent criminals from obtaining them. Numerous natives and government officials trust that firearm confinements will diminish murder rates and wrongdoing greatly; nonetheless, this isn't the situation. If a citizen has the intent to commit a crime, then they will do what is necessary to get it done such as getting a gun. Even though

  • Business Plan Essay

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    Halverson’s Construction, we specialize in platform concrete. My main goal is to keep your concrete looking good and last a long time through the years. I’ve worked on concrete for 5 years now and I will put my knowledge into good, hard work. I take any suggestions on how customers would like it to be and will try to make it work out the way my customers want it. Every house owner deserves the best work done to their house, sidewalk or driveways. My business will be a sole proprietorship. I wanted

  • Social And Justice Issues Involving The Jewish Community

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    (holy community) joyfully revealing the intersections of Talmud torah (lifelong Torah study), t 'filah (prayer), tzedakah (justice), and hachnasat orchim (radical hospitality)”. Shir Tikvah meaning “Song of Hope” is a Reform Jewish Temple located on Minnehaha Parkway in Minneapolis. The congregation was established in 1988 when Stacy Offner, first woman Rabbi in MN, resigned from Mount Zion Temple after a disagreement over her homosexuality. Her and a six supporters joined together as they shared a mutual

  • Twin City Research Paper

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    What I know about the history of twin city is that there is a goment and a summit there was a railroad right where the red light is.Twin city was two two towns at ones but they put them together as twin city. Urban public transportation was an invention of the industrial revolution, which created cities too large to traverse on foot. The average urban resident owned neither a horse carriage. First came horse drawn omnibuses. These were soon usurped by horse drawn streetcars. Horse cars

  • My Experience At The County

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    This summer I was hired to be one of the two Lincoln County 4-H Summer Assistant Interns in Canton, SD. My supervisors were Irene Ness, Kelley Kruger, and Katherine Linnemanstons. Katherine joined us in June as the new head 4-H person in Lincoln County. I also worked with one of my classmates since Kindergarten, Bradford (Brad) Bogue. We worked in the office and at our fairground site from 8 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday with some Saturdays for livestock judging schools, dog show, and horse show

  • Persuasive Essay On Gun Control

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    illegal. Gun control laws will not protect this country because law abiding citizens will not obtain guns, but they will still find ways to cause commotion; therefore, there is no point of keeping guns out of their hands."Over the last three years, Minnehaha and Pennington

  • Social And Justice Issues Involving The Jewish Community

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    (holy community) joyfully revealing the intersections of Talmud Torah (lifelong Torah study), t 'filah (prayer), tzedakah (justice), and hachnasat orchim (radical hospitality)”. Shir Tikvah meaning “Song of Hope” is a Reform Jewish Temple located on Minnehaha Parkway in Minneapolis. The congregation was established in 1988 when Stacy Offner, first woman Rabbi in MN, resigned from Mount Zion Temple after a disagreement over her homosexuality. Offner and six of her supporters joined together as they shared

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