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Review of “Hometown Glory” by Adele


Words: 1187 (5 pages)

“Hometown Glory” Home is a dwelling place where one’s feelings are placed. It is a place where one feels comfortable and happy, but not everyone has the same definition of home. Others may express home in different ways like in a song, like artists who relate their music to personal experiences. Adele’s “Hometown Glory” expresses…

Jamestown Colony: A Success or Failure in Its First Year?


Words: 254 (2 pages)

Was the Jamestown colony a success or failure in its first year? In the early 1600s, English settlers were sent to North America not long after the surprising naval victory, by the English, over the Spanish Armada. After this triumph, the English were able to gain control of the North Atlantic sea lanes, which in…

Why Did So Many Colonists Die At Jamestown


Words: 501 (3 pages)

In a matter of four years, almost every colonist died in Jamestown. In 1607, English ships sailed Into Chesapeake bay and up the James river and later founded Jamestown in Virginia. By the Summer of 1609, 524 colonists would have arrived in Jamestown. But by 1611, more than 80% Would be dead! There are three…

The Johnstown Flood


Words: 1313 (6 pages)

The Johnstown flood is tragic story. Almost a myth these days, thousands of lives were lost only hundreds saved. David McCullough artfully tells the story of the dam that broke, because of ignorance and neglect, and the individual lives that it affected, he crafts together the facts of the disaster with the emotion making you…

Urban Area and Small Town


Words: 293 (2 pages)

In both cities and towns you can go out on a weekend and see a movie or go to a bar. Only in cities can you go too world renowned art museum or an amusement park. Yet in small towns, you can go Just about anywhere and see people you know. Now, the city might…

I Grew Up in a Small Town and Then Moved to a Big City


Words: 329 (2 pages)

I grew up in a small town and then moved to a big city, so I have experienced the good and bad sides of both. I never thought that I would like living in a big city, but I was wrong. After ten years of living in one, I can’t imagine ever living in a…

Analysis of Quick Stab Collection Agency


Words: 1173 (5 pages)

Executive Summary: The purpose of this analysis is to assist the Quick Stab Collection Agency (QSCA) in determining if the amount or size of a bill collection is directly related to the number of days the bill is late. In order to support the validity of this relationship, a statistical analysis on the data provided…

Jonestown Massacre


Words: 1664 (7 pages)

Jim Jones Jonestown Massacre Jimmy Jones is the name that I’ve kept for the sake of my life and what does it truly say about my legacy? The question is who am I? I’ve kept many aliases for myself throughout my life. James, Jim, and frequently Jim Jones. My uncle told me as a child…

Jamestown: Why did so many colonists die?


Words: 590 (3 pages)

It was not an easy beginning. English settlers began arriving on the James River in Chesapeake Bay, region of Virginia, in the spring of 1607. They hoped to make the first permanent English settlement. But, there were many things that almost wiped out the whole settlement. There were three main causes of death; disease, starvation/dehydration,…

Why Did So Many Jamestown Colonists Die?


Words: 419 (2 pages)

In May 1607, about 110 Englishmen arrived off the coast of Virginia. It was going to be the first permanent English colony in the new world. The first years of settlement were not easy and many of the colonists kept on dying. Many of the colonists died that they almost failed as a colony. There…

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