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    John Cabell Breckinridge

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    younger years he had studied law at several colleges. These included Transylvania University were he earned his Associates in Arts degree, then continued studying law at Centre College and graduated from Princeton University in 1839. He had gone to Iowa to practice law with a partner Thomas Bullock who was also from the Lexington area. I asked why he went so far to practice, his answer was that this was about as far west you could go and still be “civilized”. Also he speculated in land and owned several

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    Shoeless Joe

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    a couple of games were played at the ball park, Shoeless Joe told Ray to start a new league. Joe was going to call up all of his compatriots to play ball. Ray said he would find a friend that never made it to the major league. Ray had travelled to Iowa city to get his friend J.D. Salinger who then went to Fenway park with him. Three weeks later Ray came home, J.D. came with him. J.D. was very impressed when he saw the park. Now, Ray had the best team in the new league. 3. The significance of the

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    ISU. ISU stands for Iowa Service and Upgrade which is founded recently on the 14th of June 2004. Our main office is located close to Maple dormitory which can be easily recognized by its brown brick color. The office can be reached easily through the main road in Ames called Lincoln Way. From Lincoln Way, you have to turns north onto Wallace road and then turn west onto Richardson Court. Below is the picture of our company’s logo: The blue figure represents the state of Iowa. We marked our company’s

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    Buffalo Bill

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    known as Buffalo Bill, was born into an anti-slavery family. He had a rough childhood, but despite this hardship he grew up to be an adventurous wild west showman, and achieve many historical goals. On February 26, 1846, near the small town of LeClair, Iowa, William F. Cody was born to Isacc and Marry Ann Cody. At the time William had two sisters, Martha and Julia, and a brother, Samuel. But he ended up with three more sisters, Eliza, Helen, and May, and another brother, Charlie. In the first eight years

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    –“bold and venturesome; audacious bravery”- (Pickett, 190). I intend to describe the daring, intense, and miraculous life of a United States Olympic gymnast of 2008 known as Shawn Johnson. Shawn Johnson was born on January 19, 1992, in Des Moines, Iowa. There was a slim probability of her survival, for she was given a zero on a health and medical test that scores the infant’s skin, body, well-being, and other physical means at birth. She was a miracle child of Doug and Teri Johnson (http://www

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    Sedition Act

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    Trading with the Enemy Act were established; then in 1918 the Sedition Act was passed because the Espionage Act wasn’t restrictive enough. The Espionage act silenced Germans from being able to say things that could be thought of as interfering with the war like stating reason on why not to go to war with Germany. This act made it effectively illegal for Germans to say anything about not going to war. The act that did the most damage to Germans was the Trading with the Enemy Act. This act forced

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    Swirl of Colors

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    the mostly white and mostly white voices that she imitated but never identified with. The only daughter in a family with six sons, Cisneros was often the "odd-woman-out-forever" (Ganz 21) early on in life. It was not until she was enrolled in the Iowa Writers Workshop that she finally discovered that her experience as a woman and a Chicana in a male dominated world was the voice that was uniquely hers. Cisneros was influenced by her family's constant travels between Mexico and Chicago. Cisneros

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    being afraid has made us xenophobic (having a fear of anyone of foreign origin). Since September 11, 2001, many things have changed, including our attitudes towards people of different backgrounds than ourselves. In an article written in The Iowa State Daily at Iowa State University in 2002, which is published in our book, Experiencing Race, Class, and Gender in the United States by Robert Fiske-Rusciano and Virginia Cyrus, the issue of the statue of the three firefighters raising the flag at ground

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    Menu for Sandwichman

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    Menu for Sandwichman Sandwichman is the name for our sandwich restaurant. Sandwichman was started by four college students at Iowa State University: Rajane Patel, Ashlyn Bloom, Rachel Te, and Agus Leonardo. We decided to open this sandwich restaurant at 1000 Duff Avenue here in Ames, Iowa. The basic colors for our sandwich restaurant are orange and yellow. My responsibilities in building this sandwich restaurant are designing and preparing the menu. The Menu is considered to be the most important

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    portion of the market that they are using this to their advantage and to drive prices up. A number of cases have been brought to court and found Microsoft guilty of price fixing, causing them to refund money to consumers in states like California and Iowa. The ethical issue clearly surrounds Microsoft’s motives. Are they driving up prices and simply trying to make more money with no thought to the impact on the community, or are they trying to run a legitimate profit-based business that strives to

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