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Punitive Expedition in Mexico, 1916-1917

- Introduction It is 9 March 1916, very early in the morning a big group of Mexican revolutionaries loyal to Francisco (Pancho) Villa was heading towards the town of Columbus, NM. A raid was in the works and the events that were about to take place in that border town were unknown by the detachment of U.S. soldiers from the 13th Cavalry Regiment guarding the post. History Just a year after the Mexican revolution started relations between Mexico and the United States became tense after the resignation of the president Porfiro Diaz in 1911....   [tags: Pancho Villa Expedition]

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The Lewis and Clark Expedition: Sacagawea

- “Everything I do is for my people” (Quotes From Sacagawea). This fun loving naturalist that liked to help others was way more of a hero then she appears to be. Sacagawea, or also referred to as Sacagawea with a “g” or Sacakawea with a “k”, is known for her history in the Lewis and Clark expedition.(Sacajawea) She was born in Lemhi Mountains, which is now called Idaho, in 1788. She was the daughter of the Chief of the Indian Tribe, Shoshone. When she was 12 years old in 1800, she was kidnapped by the Hidasta Indian Tribe and taken to North Dakota....   [tags: Clark and Lewis expedition, Sacakawea, indians]

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Adventure Expeditions : The Adventure Expedition

- The Adventure Expedition offers customers a completely unique experience that they would otherwise never encounter in their daily lives. By offering a wide variety of different adventures for the customer to choose, the Adventure Expedition can quench the thirst for adventure for virtually anyone. This service will offer an alternative form of entertainment that keeps the customer active and engaged at all times. This enables it to offer excitement and novelty in the lives of those that frequently get bored or feel like they need something new in their life, without the hassle of travelling or extensive planning....   [tags: Customer service, Customer, Exploration, Sales]

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Innovation In The Innovation Expedition : The Innovation Expedition

- In the book The Innovation Expedition it points out how we can start innovation effectively. The first steps to innovation are important because when you start to build something you need the foundation to be stable and sturdy. The first few steps to starting to be innovated is called observation and learning. To start being innovated you need to start viewing things in a different perspective. One must detach themselves from their habits and patterns. That means getting new and refreshing insights to think outside the box....   [tags: Innovation, Want, Need, Creativity]

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The Importance of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

- The Lewis and Clark Expedition is one of the great benefits for the U.S nation. The participants of this expedition left a legacy for younger generations of the skills needed for their discoveries and contributions. Species of animal and plants would have not be discover as well and the knowledge about them. It has been known as one the most important evolution for the growth in the land of U.S grounds and if not for the expedition, the land and vast geographic western area of the United States would never been recorded until later years when the nation is more advance loosing needed information for the expansion of the people and trading, which makes this expedition an important part...   [tags: discover, evolution, history, growth]

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Athenian Expedition : A Strategic Failure

- Athens Sicily Expedition, a Strategic Failure in Planning Introduction This paper will narrowly focus on an ancient historian, Thucydides’ account of the Athenian expedition to Sicily during the Peloponnesian War. It will attempt to outline Athenian motivation for planning and executing the expedition using the ends, ways, and means framework. First, it is important to understand Athenian national interests as it shapes the political assembly voting on the expedition and in defining the strategic end and initial means....   [tags: Peloponnesian War, Ancient Greece, Alcibiades]

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It Happened on the Lewis and Clark Expedition

- At the start of Lewis and Clark’s expedition the United States of America had announced statehood for seventeen states. Just thirty years prior, at the end of the revolutionary war, had the United States gained independence from Great Britain. To this point, few people in the United States had even seen a map of their country. For this reason, the Lewis and Clark expedition was invaluable to the United States of America. In Erin H. Turners book It Happened on the Lewis and Clark Expedition, she reveals the facts and fiction of the epic voyage of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark....   [tags: Erin H. Turner's book]

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The Lewis and Clark Expedition

- ... These diseases included boils, dysentery, frost bite, appendicitis, tooth aches, mouth sores, cholera, and many more. The only person to die on the expedition was Sergeant Charles Floyd, and he passed away with appendicitis. Also petty things like no toothbrushes or unsterile water cause many of the diseases. (2. Delms) (12. Scott) Weather also gave the crew trouble. Since they did not have the technology we do today, they had no way of knowing if bad weather was on its way. This served as one of the greatest hardships....   [tags: louisiana purchase, corps of discovery ]

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The Discovery Of Columbus 's Expedition

- On October 14, 1492, Christopher Columbus founded the New World, sparking one of the biggest domino effects in history, and changing the world forever. Columbus 's expedition led to the discovery of the vast natural resources of America, such as precious metals, vast expansive woods, and nutrient rich soil perfect for growing crops and raising livestock. Whenever there are large quantities of resources found, it is not long before colonization follows. This spawned a period of competition for territory, resources, and colonization in the Americas....   [tags: Indigenous peoples of the Americas, United States]

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Lewis and Clark Expedition

- This paper will explain why Lewis and Clark are two of the greatest explorers in American history. Some of the distinguishing factors of these explorers and the three main points in this paper are their exploration of the uncharted west by way of the Missouri river, the many discoveries made along the way, and the effect they had on the westward expansion of the United States. In January 1803, Thomas Jefferson sent a confidential message to Congress asking for approval and funding of the exploration of the Westward part of the continent and was granted 2500-dollar budget for the expedition....   [tags: the corps, greatest camping]

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