Works Consulted


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    Dallek's book covered many aspects of the Cold War, notably information of President Truman.

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    Darwin, Charles. The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection Or The Preservation Of Favored Races In The Struggle For Life. London: n.p., 1902. 73-75. Harvard University, Widener Library. Google Books . Web. 3 June 2014.

    Natural Selection was Darwin's theory so I found information on this to help with the backbone of my paper.

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    Once again, Darwin's Finches were very important, so gaining information on the finches was pivotal for my understanding of Darwin's voyage.

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    Evolution has changed over time. A lot of it has to do with Darwin's Findings.

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    "Power Dressing in Ancient Greece and Rome offers a look at the meanings expressed in the style of clothes and personal adornment adopted by men and women in the ancient Greece and Rome. Contexts in which the ancients manipulated the expressive the potential of clothing and adornments; Modifications and manipulations of the term dress and fashion by the ancients; Innovations in ancient dress."

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    This article goes into detail on who signed the Declaration on Liberated Europe and what it entailed.

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    Descent with Modification was also part of Darwin's theory and that was important to my paper.

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    This book had fewer chapters but still some useable information regarding my topic. I used two chapter (4 and 10) about politics, tariffs, the banking and the Jacksonians.

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    This source had information about the boats of this period aplenty, including illustrations, diagrams, and backgrounds.

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    This article was about how Andrew Jackson wanted reform and to move the Native American's west of the Mississippi River. Along with many other changes such as the bank veto and The Nullification Crisis and Compromise of 1833 and other information retaining to him in office.

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Marie Curie was the first person — and one of only two people — to win or share two Nobel Prizes. She won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903 and the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911.

Photo Caption: Nobel Foundation, 1903.