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    Analysis Of Boston

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    Boston is made up of a variety of people of different ethnic groups, economic classes and ages. In 2012 the population of Boston was made up of about 636,479 residents with 22% being age 19 and under, 14% from 20 to 24, 33% from 25 to 44, 20% from 45 to 64, and 10% who were 65 years of age or older. Also, for every 100 females, there were 92.0 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 89.9 males. Over the last several decades, the racial and ethnic composition of Boston has changed

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    Boston and Zoopolis

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    For this week’s post I am going to focus on connecting Boston and relating it with the theory of Zoopolis. I consulted three resources for this post; last Wednesdays lecture about Zoopolis, a blog called “Zoopolis… A Step Beyond New Urbanism” by Mike Ciampa, and an article of Boston Population in 2014. According the lecture delivered by our Teaching Assistant Will, Zoopolis is about animals and the city. The blog “Zoopolis… A Step Beyond New Urbanism” by Mike Ciampa, defined Zoopolis as “a living

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    The Boston Massacre

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    The Boston Massacre was and is still a debatable Massacre. The event occurred on March 5, 1776. It involved the rope workers of the colonial Boston and two British regiments, the twenty-ninth and the fourteenth regiments. Eleven people were shot in the incident; five people were killed and the other six were merely wounded. The soldiers and the captain, Thomas Preston, were all put on trial. All were acquitted of charges of murder, however the two soldiers who fired first, Private Mathew Killroy

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    Boston Outsider

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    call from mom that I get the chance to go to Boston, Massachusetts with her and my dad. I felt thrilled to go there, none the less a place I have always wanted to go visit for a while. With this in mind, I had no idea what I am going to get myself into going there. I instantly conceived of all the films I have looked on internet, TV set and parents speaking about it. As a result of this amazing experience was, here is what I learned from being in Boston as an outsider. In fact, with all those tall

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    Boston

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    It was a bright, sunny day at Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox, in Boston. Entering the park for this could-be historic game, the smell of freshly cut grass mingles in the air with the scent of “Fenway franks”, the parks signature foot-long hot dogs. The game pits the Boston ace, Pedro Martinez, against the one-time red Sox star, now New York Yankee star, Roger Clemens. The Red Sox fans boo as Roger begins to toss his warm-up pitches off to the side. He is getting older, but his fastball still has

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    Boston University

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    begins at Boston University. Boston University is a highly respected establishment well known for providing an above average education in their schools of Law, Business Management, Medicine, Engineering, and Education. Boston University is one of the largest independent, nonprofit universities in the country. Boston University is located in Boston, one of the most historically relevant towns thriving today. The highly recognized institution was founded in 1839. In the 20th century, Boston was known

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    Boston Essay

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    Although Boston and Newport are located along the East Coast of the United Sates, they are miles apart, both literally and figuratively, in social, economic and climatically diversities. In Boston, Massachusetts every day is unpredictable and chaotic while Newport, North Carolina is best described as quiet and uneventful. With a population of nearly 700,000 people, Boston, Massachusetts culture is described as unique. The Boston accent, also known as the sub-dialect of New England English, is widely

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    David Boston

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    Robocop," says Chargers defensive end Marcellus Wiley. "If any of us defensive linemen go down, he's going two-way. I mean, 260 pounds, 5% body fat, a 4.3 40? That's 30 sacks. Every day in the cafeteria, I walk past the fried foods and say, 'I am David Boston' That way, I won't eat them.

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    Irish Immigrants in Boston

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    Irish Immigrants in Boston The life of Irish immigrants in Boston was one of poverty and discrimination. The religiously centered culture of the Irish has along with their importance on family has allowed the Irish to prosper and persevere through times of injustice. Boston's Irish immigrant population amounted to a tenth of its population. Many after arriving could not find suitable jobs and ended up living where earlier generations had resided. This attributed to the 'invisibility' of the

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    Boston Massacre

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    The Boston Massacre is considered by many historians to be the first battle of the Revolutionary War. The fatal incident happened on March 5 of 1770. The massacre resulted in the death of five colonists. British troops in the Massachusetts Bay Colony were there to stop demonstrations against the Townshend Acts and keep order, but instead they provoked outrage. The British soldiers and citizens brawled in streets and fought in bars. “The citizens viewed the British soldiers as potential oppressors

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