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The Grand Tour
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This 3 page paper discusses the Grand Tour of the late 1700s: what it was, where it went, what sort of attractions travelers visited, and what sort of artwork they brought home. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: HVGdTour.rtf

The Great Convergence Model of History
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This 3 page paper examines David Northrup’s article, and supports his idea of history as a divergence/convergence model. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: HVGtConv.rtf

The Great Fire of England in 1666:
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This 15 page paper examines the history of the Great Fire of England which occured in London in 1666. This paper describes how the fire started, why it was so difficult to stop, and the devestating ramifications of its fury. This paper employs the use of many primary sources. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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The Greek Culture in Regards to Health Care:
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This 6 page paper discusses the Greek Culture and how the Greek people tend to feel about health, illness, healing, touch, time, etc. This paper explores the relationships of Greek people and how those qualities impact health care. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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The Greeks and non-Greeks Under the Ptolomeic Monarchy
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This 5 page paper examines both Greek and non-Greek culture in Ancient times. Hellenism is a focus of this paper which examines the role of Jews in Hellenistic culture. Greek and non-Greek life is compared and contrasted. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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The Growth Miracle(s) of Germany’s Economy, 1871 to Present
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This 16 page report discusses the economic perspectives of: the German Empire that was founded in 1871; the turn of the 19th to the 20th century and Germany’s economic standing; World War I years; the years between the wars; World War II; post-war recovery; the Wirtschaftswunder (“economic miracle”); and, the “second” reunification. It shows how it came about that the German economy was the world’s third largest at the end of the 20th century came to a close. In fact, it accounted for somewhat more than one-fourth of the entire European Union’s gross domestic product or GDP. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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The Growth of Belfast, Northern Ireland, in the 19th Century: Industrial, Political, Religious and Social Factors
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This is a 10 page paper discussing Belfast in the 19th century. Belfast, in Northern Ireland, was very much unique in its industrial growth during the 19th century. In fact, from an industrial and prosperous standpoint, Belfast was more aligned with the economical features of the English cities of Manchester and Liverpool during the industrial revolution, than it was with the non-industrialized Irish cities such as Dublin. While Belfast had been increasing in prosperity in the cotton trade, it had to compete with the coal-rich industries located in England. However, in the early 1800s, merchants in Belfast switched to the linen industry which increased dramatically in demand during the American Civil War and the demise of the cotton crops. At this time, the shipbuilding industry in Belfast also increased to the point of becoming the largest shipyards in the world. While Belfast recovered from the famine which devastated most of Ireland more quickly, it nevertheless became the central region of the growing animosity between the Catholic and Protestant populations. When the Act of Union in 1801 ended Irish independent parliamentary control, the Catholics fought for equal governmental representation and the repeal of the Union while the Protestants supported British rule. Belfast because of its size and industrialization was important to England and was economically tied to it but the divisions which grew within the city districts led to Belfast becoming the home of the most violent conflicts between the two factions. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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The Growth of the Nation-State in Wolff's How Many Miles to Babylon?
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This 3 page paper examines teh book How Many Miles to Babylon?: Travels and Adventures to Egypt and Beyond from 1300 to 1640 by Anne Wolff. The growth of nation states is the focus of this paper. No other sources are used.
Filename: SA818his.rtf


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