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    different categories. A pioneer may be described by its characteristics, achievements, or opportunities. Jane Addams, born in 1860, is best known for founding the Chicago Hull House in 1889 that became a model for future settlement houses throughout America. Moving from settlement houses to private therapy, today Dennis Saleebey’s theory called the Strengths Prospective has changed the way social workers are practicing with their clients. Jane Addams’ determination to better understand the poor and

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    The first settlement was built by the English and consisted of 117 men, women, and children on Roanoke Island; which is off the coast of North Carolina. Within three years all of the colonists had disappeared leaving no trace of what happened to them. Analysis of tree rings has shown that Roanoke Island had the worst three-year drought in the past 800 years during the time they settled and disappeared. This is just one of the many challenges that colonists faced. The next settlement the English

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    A fleet of English ships arrived in the spring of 1607 at the Chesapeake Bay to start an English settlement in an effort to proselytize Christianity and find a trade route to China. These ships carried in excess of 100 passengers who had been granted King James I’s permission to go to the new world. This expedition was funded by a wealthy group of English Aristocrats hoping they could get a return on their investment. The men on the ships knew of the dangers they would experience whether it be the

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    Many people don’t know that social workers deal with more mental health than any psychologist, psychiatrist and psychiatric nurses combined. Interesting right? I would definitely have thought otherwise. Social work is a very unique field that is overlooked and should have quite a bit more appreciation than it does. Making it in the real world is tough but thanks to social work peoples civil rights are protected, people with mental illnesses are now able to afford humane treatment and society is

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    The Music Settlement 11125 Magnolia Dr. Cleveland, Ohio 44106 A concealed treasue Of Univeristy Rotary, The Music Settlement offers music therapy for all ages and childhood education , aslo music instruction for all ages and stages in their respective level of experience in Greater Cleveland and Northeast Ohio. Founded in 1912 by Amelda Adams, the settlement was established with a campus as part of the settlement movements and includes 1910 Burke Mansion and the Bop Stop Jazz Club

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    changed the lives of the natives. the book focuses on the three Indians it is titled for and tries to explain the story of Jamestown through a less Anglo-biased view. At many times the book contradicts the story most people know of the Jamestown settlement and the major players involved. Throughout the book, author Helen Rountree goes to great lengths to tell the whole story truthfully, and when she can't give the whole story she makes it clear as to what is accepted to be true. Rountree starts

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    Early Jamestown had an astonishingly high death rate of 80%. 545 colonists were sent to Jamestown and of the 545, 356 people died. In 1607, King James I sent the first settlers to Jamestown, Virginia. When the colonists arrived in Jamestown, it was in the middle of a drought and their lives went downhill from there. During early Jamestown, from 1607 to 1611, over 350 people were struggling to live. The three main reasons colonists died was because of their environment, their relationship with

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    Bank for International Settlements

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    The Bank for International Settlement (BIS) is responsible for coordination of the global central bank survey to get the information concerning the size and structure of the foreign exchange (FE) and over-the-counter (OTC) progress of the market. This assists in creating the transparency concerning the monetary authorities and the associated marketers in creation of better patterns and making people aware of the global financial system (Bank for International Settlement 2011). The BIS therefore, publishes

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    In “Delineation of the Pale of Settlement,” passed by Nicholas I in 1835, it “clearly defined the boundaries of the Pale of Settlement” (Mendes-Flohr and Reinharz 354). In the “May Laws,” passed by Alexander III in 1882, was based from “a commission to investigate the cause of the disturbances. In its report the commission underscored

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    system came to action in order to help the poor and sick. Born in this century was one of the most, if not the most, prominent professionals in the social work profession. Jane Addams was a founder of the United States Settlement House Movement in hopes of establishing settlement houses for middle-class social workers who volunteered in poor urban

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