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  • Feminism in Canadian Teaching during the Nineteenth Century

    exist for men." Feminism has always been a part of history in Canada; it has meant different things to different people at different times. During the nineteenth century, women struggled to be recognizably equal to men; however this struggle led back to the main issue of gender. Gender is fundamental to the...

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  • Life in Western Europe during the Nineteenth Century

     In the second half of the nineteenth century, there was a second Industrial Revolution in Western Europe that brought new industries, sources of energy, and goods. This changed the entire human environment and Europeans believed that this material progress was a sign of human progress; they thought...

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  • The European drive to explore during the fourteenth and fifteenth century

    always been the nature of man to explore. From nomadic hunter-gatherer tribes to the current day modern man traveling into space, it is human nature to explore. There are many motivational factors for exploration. For Europeans in the fourteenth and fifteenth century there were two distinct but contrary...

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  • “Explain the Reasons for the Development of Psychology as an Academic Discipline in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Making Explicit the Important Turning Points and Breakthroughs”

    Psychology is the science of mind and behaviour and has a number of approaches and theories that help to explain how our mind works. Each approach has a lot to offer in terms of explanation, and together they help us understand why we think, feel, and behave the way we do. In this essay I will discuss...

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  • The three phases of the development of West Indies cricket since the late nineteenth century

    The three phases of the development of West Indies cricket since the late nineteenth century. During the origination of cricket competitively in the nineteenth century, the distance and unreliable expenditure of inter-island transport caused Jamaican cricket to be closed off from the other islands...

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  • American Imperialism: in the Nineteenth Century

    American Imperialism In The Nineteenth Century Vadis Fields His 204 Professor Kevin Owens February 27, 2010 Imperialism is a policy of extending a country’s power and influence through diplomacy or military force. Imperialism is the control of one or a number of countries by a dominant nation...

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  • Importance of Patriarchy in the Nineteenth Century

    The status of married women in nineteenth- and twentieth-century peasant societies is a field of study that is currently being nourished by a number of major theories, questions and hypotheses. In relation to them, our essay seeks to outline a model of the male/female relationship in the rural parts...

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  • "Folk" Resistance in the Nineteenth Century

    Latin America in the nineteenth century was a time that was not well documented for the lower class. In fact, the only references to the culture of the lower class or "folk" were from oral history, poems, elite writings about the folk society, and from secondary sources. One source Poverty of Progress...

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  • Economic Restrictions in the Nineteenth Century

    Economic Restrictions in the Nineteenth Century With the excessive expansion of capitalism in the United States, the economic class of the late nineteenth century was split up and it allowed for movement between the new two classes. During this time, civilians were jumping at the chances of goods and...

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  • Late Nineteenth Century Farmers

    The late nineteenth century was a very difficult time for farmers to make a substantial living. Because of the economy, many farmers found themselves going into large amounts of debt that they were not able to pay, and as a result they were treated unfairly and being taken advantage of. There were many...

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  • The Late Nineteenth Century

    In the late nineteenth century, private detective James McParland attracted fame and controversy. Gifted and ambitious, McParland rose quickly through the ranks of the Pinkerton Detective Agency, then the premier agency of its kind. In the 1870s, he infiltrated, spied upon, and ultimately helped to convict...

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  • ENGLISH LITERATURE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

    Nineteenth century English literature is remarkable both for high artistic achievement and for variety. The greatest literary movement of its earlier period was that of romanticism. It was born in the atmosphere of the violent economic and political turmoil that marked the last decades of the 18th and...

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  • Urbanization of the Late Nineteenth Century

    The changes in urban America in the late nineteenth century therefore are viewed to be mostly negative. The rapid increase of urbanization was partly due to the number of immigrants that flooded America. People from rural America also migrated to the cities during this period. They gave up farms to move...

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  • Contact or Conquest? Development of America During the 15th Through 18th Centuries

    3, 2012 Contact or Conquest? Development of America During the 15th Through 18th Centuries While European explorers throughout history had made many contacts throughout their expeditions, the discovery, colonization, and development of territories and culture during the 1400s to 1700s would best be...

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  • The long nineteenth century

     Final Paper European History from 1789 to 1914 Subject : Why is the period between 1789 to 1914 called the long nineteenth century ? Table of contents Introduction It is no easy task...

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  • The Interpretation of a Woman in the Nineteenth Century

    Brendaly Rodriguez ENG 102 The Interpretation of Women in the Nineteenth Century A short story written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman called “The Yellow Wallpaper” takes place in the late nineteenth century in America. The story illustrates the protagonist inner thoughts towards her husband’s dominating...

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  • Did the Development in European Warfare During the Sixteenth Century Amount to a ‘Military Revolution’?

    Did the development in European warfare during the Sixteenth Century amount to a ‘Military Revolution’? By the Sixteenth century, Luther had successfully challenged the Catholic Church from 1517 and Copernicus had declared a solar- centric universe in 1543. These are both historical events in early...

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  • Industrialization in Nineteenth Century Europe

    One of the most influential centuries during human history is the nineteenth century. During this century the world, especially Europe, experienced radical change--change that revolutionized the world, as everyone knew it to be. It was a century of war, of industrialization, of urbanization, and of...

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  • Compare and contrast the attidues of THREE of the following toward the wealth that was created in the United States during the late nineteenth century

    2. The late 19th century was a time of rapid industrialization in the United States during which many people developed different views towards wealth and the wealthy class. Three specific viewers who had similar, but contrasting opinions of this were Andrew Carnegie, Eugene V. Debs, and Booker T...

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  • In what ways did melodrama as a cultural form speak to the concerns of American theatregoers during the nineteenth century?

    American theatregoers during the nineteenth century? Discuss Augustin Daly's sensational melodrama "Under The Gaslight" and the ways in which it negotiates the issues of class and ethnicity in nineteenth century New York. This essay will look at melodrama in the nineteenth century. It will establish whether...

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