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History

Keystone Nations: Indigenous Peoples and Salmon across the North Pacific attempts to offer a history and future perspective on indigenous peoples and their link to salmon across North Pacific. The literature was written by Benedict J. Colombi and James F. Brooks. Benedict J. Colombi is assistant professor of the American...

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1) Why do we know less about Harappan Civilization in comparison to Mesopotamia, Egypt, and China?We know less about Harappan Civilization because the scientists have not managed to decipher the ancient script one can find on pottery vessels, seals, and amulets. Moreover, not enough excavations have been carried out in...

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While slavery and the Civil War are the dominant forces of the 19th century, the period after the conclusion of the Civil War was perhaps more important and more interesting. The United States went through a tumultuous period of attempted Reconstruction, wherein leaders sought to put together a country that...

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The Watergate Crisis does not refer simply to a single event, but to the sequence of events following June 17, 1972. On this day, several burglars were arrested bugging the Democratic Party’s National Committee offices, and these burglars were found to be closely associated with President Nixon’s re-election campaign. However,...

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Colombia has a long history of habitation by indigenous people like Tairoma, Quimbaya, and Muisca civilizations. However, the Spaniards arrived in early 1500 and colonized the local population. The capital of this new colony was Bogota but four centuries later, the indigenous people won independence, thus resulting in the establishment...

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Identification and Evaluation of SourcesThe question being asked for investigation is, "To what extend did Genghis Khan contribute to Mongol military success between 1209 - 1227?" The sources used for examination include a secondary source, Timothy May's The Mongol Art of War and a primary source, which is a firsthand...

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Mongolian tribes, although seen as primitive by the outsiders, had some interesting features that allowed them to succeed in battle and be as efficient as they were. For instance, given the fact they were mostly nomadic, it was impossible to speak about a unified Mongolian army until the arrival of...

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The majority of the American people will derive their assumptions about crime in the criminal justice system based on what they view on television, in movies, and via social media. In fact, many of these beliefs involve myths that have no basis in fact. Conceptions about crime and criminals are...

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Kennan, who served as the deputy head of mission in Moscow- Russia, felt frustrated with Truman and Washington policymakers after his attempts to persuade them to abandon the cooperation with the Soviet Union. He felt the need to create a federation to counter the Soviet influence in Europe to split...

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