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CONGRATULATIONS MR. PRESIDENT! By Yahweh Yodhhewawhe
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On Sunday evening of the 1st of May in the year 2011, a hero was born. His name is Barack Hussein Obama II: President of these United States of America. We shall see how we came to such a great day,... More > when we could rejoice again, no, not because of a confused man’s death; whose name is not worth mentioning. We have come to a great day in our land because we want to see success, and the greatest success is when one enters into an unknown arena and dispossesses of anyone who threatens the lives of others; not just in the United States of America, but all throughout our planet. A blessed and most loved man has entered into the scene. Can we say that he truly is a great strategist, and he understood the difficulty of the job he took upon himself? Yes, truly, he is our Commander-in-Chief. You can say that the world did not understand how to view him, for as people; we sometimes have a tendency to look at a color. Hence, we did not grasp his ability to see beyond colors.< Less
CONGRATULATIONS MR. PRESIDENT! By Yahweh Yodhhewawhe
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On Sunday evening of the 1st of May in the year 2011, a hero was born. His name is Barack Hussein Obama II: President of these United States of America. We shall see how we came to such a great day,... More > when we could rejoice again, no, not because of a confused man’s death; whose name is not worth mentioning. We have come to a great day in our land because we want to see success, and the greatest success is when one enters into an unknown arena and dispossesses of anyone who threatens the lives of others; not just in the United States of America, but all throughout our planet. A blessed and most loved man has entered into the scene. Can we say that he truly is a great strategist, and he understood the difficulty of the job he took upon himself? Yes, truly, he is our Commander-in-Chief. You can say that the world did not understand how to view him, for as people; we sometimes have a tendency to look at a color. Hence, we did not grasp his ability to see beyond colors.< Less
WAR RECORD of ADAM GOSS 1st SERGT.Co.I.40th. MOZART REG'T. By Adam Goss
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Scanned pages of a war record of a 21 year old Union recruit Adam Goss during 1861 - 1862. Details of the life of a recruit writing home explaining his day to day life. Specific details including... More > generals named,president Abraham Lincoln coming to camp, finances, in battle experience and witness account of the President Lincoln's Gettysburg address from Adam's father Martin at the end of the record.< Less
WAR RECORD of ADAM GOSS 1st SERGT.Co.I.40th. MOZART REG'T. By Adam Goss
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Scanned pages of a war record of a 21 year old Union recruit Adam Goss during 1861 - 1862. Details of the life of a recruit writing home explaining his day to day life. Specific details including... More > generals named,president Abraham Lincoln coming to camp, finances, in battle experience and witness account of the President Lincoln's Gettysburg address from Adam's father Martin at the end of the record.< Less
The Custom House Conspiracy By Michael Radcliff
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In the summer of 1866, a group of freed slaves led by a radical white dentist, attempted to reconvene a State Constitutional convention with the express purpose of giving themselves the right to... More > vote. Nearly four dozen of these delegates would be murdered and scores more wounded as a result. The ‘New Orleans Riot of 1866’, would serve as a catalyst to bring about the disenfranchisement the former Confederates, passage of the Reconstruction Acts of 1867, and place the defeated South under martial law for nearly a decade. Out of the rubble would arise a man whom even his enemies described as honest and untainted by corruption. Oscar James Dunn, America’s 1st. African American lieutenant Governor and the first to serve as Governor would spearhead a coup that would end with the impeachment of Louisiana’s most powerful and corrupt governor and the overwhelming endorsement of President Grant and Louisiana’s Republican Party to lead the ticket in 1872.< Less
The Custom House Conspiracy By Michael Radcliff
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In the summer of 1866, a group of freed slaves led by a radical white dentist, attempted to reconvene a State Constitutional convention with the express purpose of giving themselves the right to... More > vote. Nearly four dozen of these delegates would be murdered and scores more wounded as a result. The ‘New Orleans Riot of 1866’, would serve as a catalyst to bring about the disenfranchisement the former Confederates, passage of the Reconstruction Acts of 1867, and place the defeated South under martial law for nearly a decade. Out of the rubble would arise a man whom even his enemies described as honest and untainted by corruption. Oscar James Dunn, America’s 1st. African American lieutenant Governor and the first to serve as Governor would spearhead a coup that would end with the impeachment of Louisiana’s most powerful and corrupt governor and the overwhelming endorsement of President Grant and Louisiana’s Republican Party to lead the ticket in 1872.< Less
The Book of Mormon By Joseph Smith
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The Book of Mormon printed in the Deseret Alphabet. Includes 1st Nephi through Words of Mormon. The Deseret alphabet is a phonetic alphabet developed in the mid-19th century by the board of regents... More > of the University of Deseret (later the University of Utah) under the direction of Brigham Young, second president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.< Less
The Rough Riders By Theodore Roosevelt
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Roosevelt's chronicles of adventures, triumphs, and defeats with his Rough Riders in the Spanish-American War. The Rough Riders is the name bestowed on the 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry, one of... More > three such regiments raised in 1898 for the Spanish-American War and the only one of the three to see action. The United States Army was weakened and left with little manpower after the American Civil War roughly thirty years prior. As a result, President William McKinley called upon 1,250 volunteers to assist in the war efforts...< Less
Place of Women In Brazil By College Guide World
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The women in Brazil have a big role to play in the development of their country. The women’s power is duly regarded there. The role and power of women in Brazil was further honored and... More > recognized when Dilma Vana Rouseff became the first woman President of Brazil on 1st of January 2011. Before that she was the Chief of Staff to President Luiz Inacio Lula de Silva from 2005 to 2010. Place of Women In Brazil Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Roles and Rights Chapter Three: Education and Employment Chapter Four: Marriage and Family Chapter Five: Religion, Health, and Sexuality Chapter Six: Crimes against Women and Racial Inequality< Less
The Emancipation Proclamation By Abraham Lincoln
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The Emancipation Proclamation was the executive order given by US President Abraham Lincoln on the 1st of January, 1863, during the American Civil War. It proclaimed that 3.1 million of the the... More > U.S.'s 4 million slaves were to eventually be freed as Union Armies advanced, and that 50,000 of them would be freed immediately. During September the year before, Lincoln had announced the forthcoming proclamation, which would formally free all slaves in any Confederate State that did not return to the fold. Lincoln's decision was controversial, even in the North, since it granted freedom only to slaves over which the Union had no control. Though once southern slaves heard of the Proclamation, they quickly escaped in droves to the Union Army lines as the units moved South. As they advanced, thousands of slaves a day were freed until nearly the entire 4 million or so were liberated, sometime in July 1865.< Less