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John Adams - U.

John Adams - U.S. History. I INTRODUCTION John Adams (1735-1826), second president of the United States (1797-1801) and one of the great figures in American history. In the years before the American Revolution (1775-1783) he joined with other patriots in resisting British rule. When the revolution began, Adams was among the first to propose American independence. He served on the committee that drafted...


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September 11 Attacks - U.

September 11 Attacks - U.S. History. I INTRODUCTION September 11 Attacks, coordinated terrorist strike on the United States in 2001 that killed about 3,000 people and shook the nation to its core. On the sunny morning of September 11, 2001, 19 terrorists, working in teams of 4 or 5, hijacked four commercial jetliners and turned them toward targets chosen for destruction. Two of...


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John Adams

John Adams I INTRODUCTION John Adams (1735-1826), second president of the United States (1797-1801) and one of the great figures in American history. In the years before the American Revolution (1775-1783) he joined with other patriots in resisting British rule. When the revolution began, Adams was among the first to propose American independence. He served on...


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Inca Empire - History.

Inca Empire - History. I INTRODUCTION Inca Empire, vast kingdom in the Andes Mountains of South America that was created by the Quechua, a Native American people, in the 15th century AD. The Inca Empire was conquered by the Spanish in the early 16th century. The Incas built a wealthy and complex civilization that ruled between 5 million and 11 million people. The Inca system...


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Ethnic Groups in Canada - Canadian History.

Ethnic Groups in Canada - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Ethnic Groups in Canada, groups of people in Canada who share the same history and culture. There are more than 100 different ethnic groups in Canada, and many have maintained their own languages and cultures. Canada has been described as a cultural mosaic where ethnic groups remain distinct. In contrast to Canada, the United...


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Inca Empire.

Inca Empire. I INTRODUCTION Inca Empire, vast kingdom in the Andes Mountains of South America that was created by the Quechua, a Native American people, in the 15th century AD. The Inca Empire was conquered by the Spanish in the early 16th century. The Incas built a wealthy and complex civilization that ruled between 5 million and 11 million people. The Inca system of government...


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Angola (country) - country.

Angola (country) - country. I INTRODUCTION Angola (country), country in southwestern Africa, bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Until 1975 it was ruled by Portugal and was sometimes called Portuguese West Africa. Angola became independent in 1975 after almost 15 years of war waged by Angolans against Portuguese rule. A civil war between rival Angolan factions broke out soon after independence and continued until the...


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Guyana - country.

Guyana - country. I INTRODUCTION Guyana, country on the northern coast of South America. It was formerly a British colony known as British Guiana. In 1966, after more than 150 years of colonial rule, British Guiana achieved independence and took the name Guyana, from a Native American word meaning "land of waters." The country's full name is Cooperative Republic of Guyana. Today, Guyana...


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John Adams.

John Adams. I INTRODUCTION John Adams (1735-1826), second president of the United States (1797-1801) and one of the great figures in American history. In the years before the American Revolution (1775-1783) he joined with other patriots in resisting British rule. When the revolution began, Adams was among the first to propose American independence. He served on the committee that drafted the Declaration of...


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John Adams.

John Adams. I INTRODUCTION John Adams (1735-1826), second president of the United States (1797-1801) and one of the great figures in American history. In the years before the American Revolution (1775-1783) he joined with other patriots in resisting British rule. When the revolution began, Adams was among the first to propose American independence. He served on the committee that drafted the Declaration of...


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Sound I INTRODUCTION Sound, physical phenomenon that stimulates the sense of hearing.

Sound I INTRODUCTION Sound, physical phenomenon that stimulates the sense of hearing. In humans, hearing takes place whenever vibrations of frequencies from 15 hertz to about 20,000 hertz reach the inner ear. The hertz (Hz) is a unit of frequency equaling one vibration or cycle per second. Such vibrations reach the inner ear when they are transmitted through air. The speed of sound...


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From Uncle Tom's Cabin - anthology.

From Uncle Tom's Cabin - anthology. Uncle Tom's Cabin helped galvanize antislavery sentiment in the United States when it was published in 1852, but it also created a catalog of stereotypes that persisted for decades. Its characters include the "happy darky," who loves to dance; the dark-skinned "Mammy," who loves to cook, especially for white people; and the faithful, pious Uncle...


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From Bulfinch's Mythology: Cupid and Psyche - anthology.

From Bulfinch's Mythology: Cupid and Psyche - anthology. According to legend, Cupid, the ancient Roman god of love (his Greek counterpart was Eros), and the princess Psyche fell in love. After many hardships, brought on by the opposition of Cupid's mother Venus (Aphrodite in Greek mythology), the goddess of love, Cupid and Psyche were united. The tale has had various...


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Fishing.

Fishing. I INTRODUCTION Fishing, act of catching fish. Fishing for sport, recreation, and relaxation is called sportfishing, or angling, derived from the Old English word angel, meaning "fishhook." This article addresses angling; for information on large-scale commercial fishing, see Fisheries. Angling is one of the most popular forms of recreation in the world. People fish from shore and from boats, for almost every...


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Mountain Climbing.

Mountain Climbing. I INTRODUCTION Mountain Climbing, ascending mountains, most commonly as a recreational activity. Mountain climbing is popular worldwide, wherever hills rise high enough to provide challenge. The activity's rewards include the physical exertion it requires, the satisfaction of overcoming difficulties by working with others, the thrill of reaching a summit, and the unobstructed view from a mountaintop. Exploration and research are other...


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 (SaBini) In Geek Roan mytology One of the oldest peoples of central Italy. In a famous Roman legend, the new Roman settlers, subjects of RoMuI,us, needed wives, so they abducted the Sabine women. War   Italian Renaissance sculptor Giambologna (1529­1608) portrayed Roman men carrying off a Sabine woman in this statue, which now stands in Florence, Italy. (Photo by Yair-haklai....


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The Merchant of Venice By William Shakespeare

The Merchant of Venice By William Shakespeare Play Summary Antonio, a leading merchant of Venice, is a wealthy, respected, and popular man. Among his many friends is a young man named Bassanio, who owes Antonio a good deal of money. Bassanio would like to repay his friend, but so far he has been unable to do so. However,...


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