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The Historical Significance of Documents and Events Surrounding the French Revolution
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This 7 page paper provides an overview of several documents (The Third Estate, the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, and the Declaration of the Rights of Woman). The historical significance of these documents as well as the trial of Louis XVI is discussed. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: SA311Fr.rtf

The History and Evolution of the British Pub
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A nine page paper which traces the development of the British pub as a cultural institution from Roman times up to the present day. The writer looks at the changes brought about by industrialisation, changes in musical tastes, the yuppie-culture of the 1980s and the growth of the club scene in the 1990s, and the way in which the British pub is beginning to return to its traditional roots. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: JLbritpubs.wps

The History of Government in Italy
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A 6 page review of Italian history. This paper traces Italian government from ancient times, through the establishment of the Constitutional Monarchy, through Mussolini's dictatorship, and to the republic. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPitalyGovHist.rtf

The History of Japanese - Western Relations from 1400 to 1700
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This is a 5 page paper discussing Japanese foreign relations with the West between the years 1400 and 1700. The years from 1400 to 1700 in Japan covered three Japanese historical periods: the Muromachi Period (1333-1573); the Azuchi-Momoyama Period (1573-1603); and, the Edo Period (1603-1867) which also included the great eras of the Shogun. While these centuries are generally not known for their great developments in international trade for Japan, there were certain instances in which Chinese and Western trade and influences and relations were introduced into Japan. During the mid 16th century, the Japanese greatly valued Portuguese weaponry which played a large factor in the ongoing warlord conflicts. By the late 16th century, foreign relations and trade had also been established with Britain, Spain and the Dutch who were as interested in the Japanese artisan goods as were the Japanese interested in goods imported from the Americas such as tobacco and sweet potatoes among other goods. Through the relations established with the English, Western shipbuilding and navigation tools were also of great value. During the mid-17th century however, shogun Iemitsu wanted to strengthen Japan by eliminating foreign influence which included further restrictions on Christianity, which had been introduced by the missionaries in the 1500s, a ban on travel outside of Japan, expulsion of foreign trade merchants and a ban on European literature among other restrictions thereby decreasing foreign trade and relations with the West. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TJJapEu1.rtf

The History of London and the Role of the Romans, the Saxons, the Vikings, and the Normans in its Development
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This is an 8 page paper discussing the development of London through the time of the Romans, Saxons, Vikings and Normans. From the first established settlement north of the Thames River by the Romans in AD 43, the building of the bridge and the naming of Londinium, London developed substantially over the next 1200 years through the Romans, Saxons, Vikings and Normans. While it can be said that the Romans first established trade and the development in London, the Saxons and the Normans were largely responsible for the model of the city as it now stands today in regards to architecture, commerce, politics and civil liberties. Although the arrival of the Vikings caused a certain amount of turmoil, it did cause England to eventually unite under King Alfred of Wessex and establish London as the capital of Britain. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TJLonRo1.rtf

The History of London as a Center for Trade and Finance
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This is an 8 page paper discussing the developmental of London as an international center for trade and finance. Since the invasions of the Romans until the international commerce market which stands today, London has long been considered the center of international trade and finance. The strategic location on the Thames River and the early establishment of the wool industry in Britain, allowed for London to become a major trade centre in Northern Europe with trade alliances with the Dutch, Germans, Danish and Italians initially. The period of colonization and the trade of the raw commodities from the colonies further increased London’s hold on the manufactured goods coming out of England, shipping, and the redistribution of products throughout the world. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJLontra1.rtf

The History of Medieval Culture
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This 6 page paper provides an overview of the skills needed for nurses to be effective in the modern healthcare enviornment. In particular, this paper integrates a view of leadership skills and their role in shaping the focus for nurses, particularly in the hospital setting. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MHHisMeC.rtf

The History of Scottish Immigration to North America:
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This 28 page paper discusses the history of the immigration of Scotts to the United States and Canada. Specifically, this paper explores the reasons for their immigration, as well as settlement patterns, hardships they endured, ports of entry and so forth. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: GSScotts.rtf


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