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    Chile

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    Approximately 10,000 migrant people settle the strip of land bordering the Pacific Ocean of present-Chile. The Incan civilization settled in mostly central Chile because the rugged and arid terrain deterred them from settling further north. They supported themselves principally through slash-and-burn agriculture, hunting, and fishing. The Incan settlements were the primary occupiers of this land until 1536 when Spanish Conquistadors docked off the coast of present-day Peru in search of wealth, mainly

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    Chile

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    Chile The country of Chile is located in western South America. The conditions vary with the mountains, deserts, and beaches. Climate The climate is one condition that may vary within different regions. The country extends a long distance from north to south. There is a lack of rainfall to the north. there the air is able to hold much of the moisture. Middle Chile has hot, dry summers and cool, moist winters. The temperatures aren't often extreme. The warmest month, January, averages

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    Chile

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    Chile In this project we are going to summarize the main points concerning the history of CHILE , its independance, and bring the country to present day CHILE. We are also going to mention some important facts about CHILE"S economy. I. COLONIZATION PERIOD CHILE is a country located in the wester coast of South America, on the Pacific Ocean. It is known for the famous Andes Mountain Range that covers all of Peru and part of Chile CHILE was first discovered in 1520 by a Portuguese navigator named

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    Bachelet; she is the first woman president in the country’s history. The currency used in Chile is the Chilean peso. Chile’s history goes back as far as 1200 BC, which was inhabited by the Clovis culture during this time. In the 16th century the Spanish came to Chile. Chile became a colony in 1818, when it gained independence from Spain. During this time the export of saltpeter and copper was the wealth of the country. The migration tribes of Native Americans to this region began in the 16th century

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    The Country of Chile

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    The country of Chile stretches around 2,500 miles from the bottom of South America to the Tropic of Capricorn. This vast area gives Chile multiple climates because of its reach from the tropics to the Antarctic. The Pacific Ocean with the Humboldt Current, and the Andes Mountains also influence Chile’s climate. The climate can be broken down into three main categories: subtropical deserts, temperate rain forest, and tundra. The main catastrophic natural disaster is occasionally earthquakes, or tsunamis

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    An Essay On Chile

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    Chile is a long thin country that stretches from the Northern tip of South America all the way to the Southern parts of South America in the Tierra De Fuego. The country is about 1,930 square miles. The countries that border the long country include: Argentina, Bolivia, and Peru. Chile, like most countries in South America, speak Spanish. Santiago is Chile's capital and is about 247.5 square miles long, and is located in the center of Chile. Before the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors in

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    Chile Essay

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    Republic of Chile is located in South America, and is well known for its ski resorts and popular wildlife. Chile was once a Spanish colony, but gained its independence in the nineteenth century. After the twentieth century, Chile’s economy has grown substantially because of their use of the Andes Mountains for tourist attractions. Chile has become modernized, urbanized, and has grown overall as a country. In 1520, Spanish explorer Ferdinand Magellan came upon the land we now know as Chile. With most

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    Chile Essay

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    Chile When considering a vacation in Southern America, you should definitely consider Chile as an interesting destination. Chile is the world’s longest country. Located on the volcanic and highly seismic Pacific Ring of Fire, the coastline extends over 2,672 miles and is never more than 117 miles wide. The world’s driest desert, majestic mountains, spectacular glaciers and fjords, and imposing volcanos all make up the geography and environment found nowhere else place in the world. Food is an integral

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    Eassy On Chile

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    Chile: You may know what Chile is; it’s a country in South America towards the Southwest of Chile. Chile is divided into three sections, the Andean Cordillera, Coastal Mountains, and Central Valleys. The Andeans take up one-third the width of Chile. The Andeans are seismically active averaging at about 12 low-magnitude earthquakes a month, low magnitude earthquakes a month. In the North, Pun De Atacama has a high plateau with peaks averaging at 15,000 feet. Middle Chile has the highest plateau peak

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    Utilitarianism In Chile

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    Although today, Chile is known as one of the biggest economic and political powerhouses in Latin America, it wouldn’t be where it is today without its long and complicated history. In the 16th century, the Spanish commenced the colonization of modern day Chile, and Pedro de Valdivia established the capital Santiago in 1541. However, the Mapuche people greatly resisted this invasion and weren’t subdued until the 1880’s. Chile declared independence in 1810 following the overthrow of the king of Spain

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