Quarter 1 Project

Gavin Gilbert; Editor- in-chef

The Food That you Eat Exposed

Most of these problems that muckrakers exposed were formed during the gilded age. Bosses and machines paid big businesses to help keep them in power and used processes like padding bills and submitting incorrect receipts. The living conditions of the poor people and immigrants were awful. Most of them lived in tenements which small rooms housing several families. The city life at the time was poor, there was little sanitation and overpopulation due to factories which led to an increase in disease and pollution. Muckrakers like Jacob Riis would write books about how people lived during this time in order to get the conditions fixed and shown to government.

Most of these problems that muckrakers exposed were formed during the gilded age. Bosses and machines paid big businesses to help keep them in power and used processes like padding bills and submitting incorrect receipts. The living conditions of the poor people and immigrants were awful. Most of them lived in tenements which small rooms housing several families. The city life at the time was poor, there was little sanitation and overpopulation due to factories which led to an increase in disease and pollution. Muckrakers like Jacob Riis would write books about how people lived during this time in order to get the conditions fixed and shown to government.

Alice Paul Letter Found for the Future Americans

Dear future citizens of America,

I have something important to say. I want to say that i hope that the future women of America have more rights than the women of 1910. What us women had to do to have the same right as men were tragic. One of the things I did was go on a hunger strike when a group of women and I were we were held as political prisoner and when I was on that hunger strike the had to force feed me. I went on that hunger strike to get an amendment put into place so us women can vote. The reason I was a “political prisoner” was because I was standing up for what was the right thing but, you have to be careful when standing up for what is right because you could get hurt.

The other things that you can do to get your point across is talk about it like a human or protest. If protesting is need be safe going about it. Before I was a prisoner I was protesting and people got made at us and came over and yelled and hit us. One other time there was a parade that I was in and people stormed the parade and hits and yelled at us again. Stay safe ladies I believe in you.

Love Alice Paul.

The Stupid Teddy Bear Roosevelt

To all Japanese citizens,

We as in the Japanese government were winning the Russo-Japan but Teddy Roosevelt steeped in and ended the war . He ended it in the US with a treaty September 5, 1905.


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Buy Bonds

Amerindians do you want your sons and husbands to die then buy bonds.

1920S-1920S Classifieds

WW1 in the US

President Wilson response to the war was a long-standing american tradition of isolationism or staying neutral. The Sussex pledge was issued by Germany because they sunk a ship called the Lusitania on May 7,1915 in the waters of the Celtic Sea with u-boats other know as submarines.

Charlie Chapman

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Charlie Chaplin was a comedic British actor who became one of the biggest stars of the 20th century's silent-film era.Born on April 16, 1889, in London, England. Famous for his character "The Tramp," the sweet little man with a bowler hat, mustache and cane, Charlie Chaplin was an iconic figure of the silent-film era and one of film's first superstars, elevating the industry in a way few could have ever imagined. Chaplin's mother soon suffer severe mental issues and have to be committed to an asylum. Early morning hours of December 25, 1977, Charlie Chaplin died at his home in Corsier-sur-Vevey, Vaud, Switzerland. His wife, Oona, and seven of his children were at his bedside at the time
The Kid,Charlie Chaplin fight scene one of the funniest scenes in kid

Babe Ruth

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Babe Ruth's full name was George Herman "Babe" Ruth, Jr. and he was an American professional baseball player whose career in Major League Baseball spanned 22 seasons, from 1914 through 1935.Born on February 6, 1895, Pigtown, Baltimore, MD and died on August 16, 1948, New York City, NY. He was 6’2” tall. His children were Dorothy Ruth, Julia Ruth Stevens. some of his quotes are “You just can't beat the person who never gives up.” ,“Every strike brings me closer to the next home run.” , and“Never let the fear of striking out get in your way.”


Babe Ruth Slow Motion Home Run Baseball Swing - Hitting Mechanics Analysis
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Alaska

Airplanes were need badly because the was not many roads to peoples house that lived in the bush or wilderness so cars were out of the picture. Diphtheria serum was carried by dog sledders to treat the snowbound patients.