Read Smore About It

By: Mason Stickney

Why is the food we eat is important?

When eating how much should we consider about who processes, works and transports it? We should really consider it because if we didn't have those people to do that job then we would have no food to eat. We would have to make our own food and stuff like that. Like have a farm basically with a garden with crops in it and animals to raise and have baby's then eat. Or you could go out and hunt for your food. We as in the people of america just need to realize that the people that do all the things to make the food safe to eat and get it across countries are hero's because those people don't have to do that job.

We always want to pay the cheapest for our food because we don't want to spent all of our money on something that might taste good that either you eat and enjoy or don't enjoy or it ends up going to waste. If companies can't find local people to work for them they will probably end up getting people from other countries to work for them for a cheap pay. The owner just wants to keep his business running and making a profit so that might be a reason why he hires foreigners to work because they will work for cheap. The repercussions might be some companies don't hire foreigners so they could go out of business or some foreigners might have to get like some paperwork and documents to let them work.

Women's Rights


Dear Future Citizens of America,

What I am going to tell you about is what we as women have been going through. We are American women suffrage rights movement. We as women want to be able to have the same rights as men. We are doing whatever it takes to get our way. We will stand outside of the White House and hold signs in weather that most people would be inside in there nice warm house enjoying some coffee.

The men don't want us to get our way. One time we meaning the lady's of America had a parade and the men didn't like it and thought that it was a joke so what do you know what happens next is they start throwing stuff at us. They did that because the men thought they were the best and didn't want for us to get our way and power. When we stood outside of the White House one time a group of men came over and beat us women up. We didn't do anything wrong, the men just can't handle us protesting for us to get power because they think they are the only ones who should be able to have power. We need to do something about this. Finally in the end we get our way and we get our way and we get all the same rights as the men have. This day is a very special day and all women should be proud.

Sincerely, Alice Paul


A monopoly is having complete control in the marketplace, without any outside competition. So in my picture the creature is taking over all the business and he is gaining complete control over them.

Boxer Rebellion Boom!

The Boxer Rebellion was a siege of a foreign settlement in Beijing by Chinese nationalists who were angry at foreign involvement in China in the 1900. There was a secret group called the Society of Righteous and Harmonious Fists, known to westerners as Boxers. The Boxer Rebellion and Open Door Policy was Boxers attacked and killed foreigners. Western nations united for equal trading rights. Japan ended up seizing Taiwan. And Guangzhou and 5 treaty ports open to foreigners.

Western nations rushes 20,000 troops including 2,000 Americans to China. China was overwhelmed by the attacks of the Western nations and Americans. They had 22,000 people charging at the wanting to kill them. So in September of 1901 China signed a humbling settlement agreement with the Western nations and the Americans. The Boxer Rebellion boosted confidence for Hay's Open Door Policy and then the Western nations realized that the competition among themselves would hurt their ability to exploit the China trade.

Always Be Safe

Always be safety first because you never know what might be going to happen. Like everywhere in life you always have to have safety and know your surrounding. If you are in war you need to be aware of your surroundings and be on the look out. Need to be safe!
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1890s-1920s Classifieds

Nationalism Biggest Role In WWI

Nationalism played the biggest role in the outbreak of the war. "Nationalism is an extreme pride or devotion that people feel for their country or culture." People believed in their country and new they would do the best and right thing and it would be a good outcome. In the 1800s a group called the Balkans who were ruled by the Ottoman Empire was starting to fall apart.

So the Astro-Hungarian Empire saw the opportunity and went in and began to push the Ottoman Empire out. Many people such as Serbs rejected the outsiders. But in the end the Astro-Hungarian rules the Serbs and control of the Balkans. In the end all things went how they were suppose to go and most people were happy mostly the Astro-Hungarian people though.

The Jazz Singer

Movies were another form of mass entertainment that exploded in popularity in the 1920s. Several factories explain how this development changed the 1920s and how we live today. One was a change in the type of films available to viewers. Another important movie innovation of the 1920s was the introduction of films with sound. In 1928, a year after the release of The Jazz Singer, a filmmaker named Walt Disney released an animated film called Steamboat Willie.

The Jazz Singer is about Young Jakie Rabinowitz wants to be a performer. But his dad wants him to carry on the family tradition of a cantor. Then a decade later an older Jakie followed his dream. The release date was October 6, 1927. It had been out for awhile and many people liked it.

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"Sultan of Swat"

Babe was born of February 6, 1895. George Herman "Babe" Ruth, Jr. was an American professional baseball player whose career in Major League Baseball spanned 22 seasons, from 1914 through 1935. He played for the Boston Red Sox from 1914-1919, played with the New York Yankees from 1920-1934 and then finally ended his career with the Boston Braves for one year in 1935. One of his quotes was "You just can't beat the person who never gives up.'' He died on August 16, 1948

"The States" Historical Forecast

The Gilded Age State

Progressive/Imperialism State

WWI State

Roaring 20s State