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The Global City Defined
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This 5 page paper looks at the global city. Issues concerning globalization are also discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA614glo.rtf

The Golden Gate Bridge
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This 5 page paper highlights the construction of the third longest suspension bridge in the world. Sections include an analysis on the building of the bridge from a cultural perspective, a religious and philosophical perspective and concludes with a look at the project from an ethical standpoint. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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The Gothic Cathedral
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(5 pp.)Historians in the seventeenth century who looked at this "new" building style, did not initially know how to define it, and in one of those legends in history, someone said - well -" it was built by the Goths" -we should call it "gothic." And the name stuck. Now it is determined to be that style of architecture and art in art from the twelfth through the fifteenth century. Major elements of form include pointed arches, ribbed vaults and often, large areas of stained glass. This discussion will examine this style of architecture and its importance in the period. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Great Chicago Fire of 1871
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9 pages in length. Perhaps the most popular "whodunit" of American history, the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 spawned a generation of tough citizens who weren't willing to give up their city, even in the face of disaster. Finally, we learn that it wasn't necessarily Mrs. O'Leary's cow who set the blaze.
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The Great San Francisco Earthquake & Fire / What Did We Learn?
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A 5 page examination of the disaster of 1906 in light of modern fire codes, dealing with whether devastation and loss of life could have been lessened with the use of those codes. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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The Greek-American Community In Chicago
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6 pages in length. The natural art of food peddling was the primary talent brought over by the Greeks in the mid to late 1800's. Their quest to find a better life and considerable prosperity drew them to Chicago, first arriving as ship captains and then once settled polishing their peddling trade. The continued development of food-related commerce made it an easy transition into the restaurant industry, for which the Greek community is famous. Indeed, one cannot speak of Greek Town without also mentioning the intrinsic connection to delicious food. The writer discusses how the Greek-Americans represent significantly more than just food, explaining how their customs, personal desires and political aspirations served as their ticket to the United States during a time when America symbolized the land of opportunity. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCgreek.doc

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.
Filename: TJBelft1.rtf

The History Of Olvera Street
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6 pages in length. One of Los Angeles' most culturally colorful landmarks is that of Olvera Street. Transformed in the 1930s more than fifty years after having been named after first County Judge Agustin Olvera, the retailored Olvera Street hardly resembles the modest short lane whose name was Wine Street. The year 1877 was when progress found the tiny concourse by lengthening its span and changing its name. Up until this time, Olvera Street was primarily populated by Hispanic American merchants but was ultimately transformed by a group of white elites into a romanticized projection of colonial Spain. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLColvra.wps


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