The Causes of World War I – History Essay

Bang! Bang! Blood poured out of Sophie’s abdomen as she laid down on her husband’s lap. A bullet hole in his neck, piercing his jugular, Franz Ferdinand ignored his pain and hunched over his wife. “Sophie! Sophie!” he cried out, “Don’t die! Live for our children!”. They were sent immediately to receive medical attention. Shortly … Continue reading The Causes of World War I – History Essay

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Presidents McKinley, Roosevelt, and Taft – History Essay

William McKinley, born on January 29, 1843, was a Republican and a Union Civil War veteran. He worked in Ohio, his birth state, as a lawyer until he was elected to Congress in 1876. He ran for president in 1896 as a Republican and won, against William Jennings Bryan, an outspoken silver currency supporter. However, … Continue reading Presidents McKinley, Roosevelt, and Taft – History Essay

Entreprenuers of the Industrial Revolution – History Essay

The Industrial Revolution did not just happen in America, although America was the driving force of the Industrial Revolution. Many things were invented during this time, around the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. The most notable inventions were the telephone, affordable automobiles, and assembly lines. There were many things that had been invented … Continue reading Entreprenuers of the Industrial Revolution – History Essay

Presidents Garfield, Arthur, Cleveland, and Harrison – History Essay

Born in 1831, James Garfield grew up on his family’s poor farm. In 1856. he then entered into politics as a Republican for the rest of his life. He served as a Union major general in the Civil War. He was elected to Congress in 1862, and served 9 consecutive terms as Representative in the … Continue reading Presidents Garfield, Arthur, Cleveland, and Harrison – History Essay

President Andrew Johnson – History Essay

The era immediately following the American Civil War was a tumultuous time, affecting many people in America. The many problems arising during this time, most notably troubles with the Reconstruction as well as the Ku Klux Klan (also called the KKK, a white supremacy group formed in 1866 which wanted the south to revert to … Continue reading President Andrew Johnson – History Essay