Transcript: New York City, New York While in New York City: I would take a tour of the Statue of Liberty. Go shopping in Times Square I would go see a play on Broadway such as the Glass Menagerie. Site seeing in Central Park. Tour inside the Empire State Building. Washington DC, Maryland Hollywood, California There are plenty of good places to eat in NYC. Midwestern frozen custard Apple wood - Known as country charm on a Brooklyn block, Apple wood is a little taste of country in the big city. This restaurant serves fresh and wholesome food from the farms where the food is proudly grown. The Lion - Very elegant restaurant. Kind of pricy but the menu and environment are unique and intended to make every customer feel welcome. Clayton, North Carolina Map of the United States Route of my trip used with nearest neighbor method of traveling salesman. Clayton, NC --> Washington DC, MD --> New York City, NY --> Nashville, TN --> New Orleans, LA --> Hollywood, CA --> Clayton, NC Places to eat in New Orleans: Stella – Romantic restaurant where every dish is a work of art consisted of exotic ingredients. Commander’s Palace – Restaurant which you feel as though you have stepped into a “grand movie”. They serve great wine and the waiters and waitresses are very delightful. Things to do in Hollywood: I would shop at Hollywood and Highland. Visit Universal Studios Hollywood. Take pictures of the Hollywood sign. Visit the Griffith Observatory. Travel Hollywood boulevard. Visit the Hollywood walk of fame. Places to eat: Stoney’s has the best grilled cheese in DC. Palena Marcel’s While in DC: I would go on a tour of the White House Visit the Smithsonian Museum Visit the Washington Monument Visit the Lincoln Memorial Visit the national Air and Space Museum Tour the Capital Building While in New Orleans: Attend a Saints game. Visit the Aquarium of the Americas. Tour the New Orleans museum of art. Visit the National World War Two museum. Visit Mardi gras world. New Orleans, Louisiana While in Nashville: I would visit Opryland USA Take a tour of the Belmont mansion. I would visit the country music hall of fame and museum. Nashville, Tennessee Places to eat in Nashville: Loveless Motel and Café – Down home Tennessee comfort foods and country cookin. Macke’s Restaurant – Fine dining There are a few things to do here in Clayton. You can bowl at Rainbow Lanes bowling alley. many people enjoy hanging out at Bojangles after a long day at school. You can go skating at Inter skate. You could shop in downtown Clayton. Eat at Clayton Steakhouse Starbucks Attend sports events at CHS.
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Transcript: Texas Gianna Christensen Texas FACTS FUN FACTS facts about Texas Texas Capital: Austin Year: Dec. 29, 1845 State motto: friendship State bird: Northern Mockingbird Sports teams Sports teams History History The last land engagement of the Civil War was fought in 1865 The first Lone Star State Fair starts in 1852 The Mexican-American war claims Texas boundaries in 1846 Became a part of the union in 1845 Famous people from Texas Famous people Carol Burnett Carol Burnett Selena Gomez Selena Gomez Willie Nelson Willie Nelson Tourism Tourism NASA's space center in Houston NASA's Space Center Padre Island Padre Island Big Bend National Park Big Bend Double click to edit Sources Sources
Transcript: United States Food Map Food Production Food Production Small Scale Farming Large Scale farming Resources Mono Cropping livestock and plant based crops Increased use of Chemicals Large Scale Farming Large Scale Farming Diverse Crops Organic foods Healthier soil Small Scale Farming Small Scale Farming Water use Soil Plant and Animal diversity Resources Resources Local Foods Healthy Foods Income Food availability Food Availability Local Foods Local Foods Native Crops Seasonal shipping foods Farmers Markets Farm to Plate Healthy Foods Healthy Foods Organic vs. Non Organic Junk food Advertising Traditions Personal choices Affordable foods Convenience Options SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) National School Lunch Program Income Income Renewable resources Recycling and composting Food Waste Sustainability Sustainability Energy (wind, solar) Reclaimed Water Renewable Resources Renewable Resources Biomass Energy Reclaimed Water Recycling and Composting Recycling and Composting Composting hay, manure, etc. Agricultural Plastics Composting Food Waste Food Waste Surplus of food Donating Expiration Dates Education Workers Rights Capitalism Economics Economics Food Program Education Education Amazon Walmart Workers Unions Fight for $15 Workers Rights WORKERS RIGHTS Organically grown foods and those who use sustainable farming are driven out of the market because conventional farming is far cheaper and more cost effective Capitalism Capitalism Leads to organic foods costing much more Leads to conventional farming techniques taking over The use of chemicals and pesticides increase Bad for both the consumer and the environment THANK YOU!!!!! FIN
Transcript: Tippecanoe: A battle between the Native Americans and the white men took place here because American's feared the Natives would side with Britain. Harrison was incharge of the attack. Virginia: Off the coast was where a British ship seized an American ship looking for deserters. When American's refused the British open fired. New York City New Orleans Lake Chaplain New York City: This is where the first capital of the United States was. Washington started his term here while the state was growing in population from immigrants. Appalachian Mountains: These mountains divided the east and west. Many farmers lived on the west of the Appalachians and shipping to the east was very difficult. Appalachian Mountains New Orleans: This city was first conrolled by Spain and western Americans traded in it. Spain then changed its policies, cutting Americans out from the city and past it. Tippecanoe Detroit Chesapeake Bay Kentucky: In the early 1800s, pioneers crossed the Appalachians into Kentucky. The trip was very long and difficult, with all their possessions in a canvas wagon. DC Detroit: This city was given up to the British when Americans surrendered because they were afraid of a massacre from the Native Americans. Lake Chaplin: Another battle occurred at Plattsburgh on the shore of the lake. American's won and forced the British back to Canada. Washington DC: Part of Hamilton's plan was to make DC the new capital after compromising with southern leaders. At first, many people disliked the swampy, mosquito filled capital. Chesapeake Bay: The British sailed towards DC through this bay. They then burned down the government buildings, which took away American's confidence. Lake Erie Lake Erie: The lake was under control of the British, but the naval forces had commands to sieze it for the Americans. The conquering of it lead to the U.S. pulling ahead in the war.
Transcript: Pennsylvania Pierre These Green Mountains Carson City New Hampshire Nashville Missouri Waltz 6.456 million Texas Michigan Dover Providence Wyoming Idaho Springfield Olympia The Swanee River 12.76 million 5.379 million Honolulu Annapolis 5.885 million Frankfort Utah, This Is The Place My Old Kentucky Home Topeka Alaska's Flag Old New Hampshire Carry Me Back To Old Virginia 38.04 million Connecticut Montana 9.92 million 8.865 million 9.752 million Home On The Range Des Moines 793,393 New Mexico Louisiana 6.022 million Tallahassee On, Wisconsin! O, Fair Boise 3.59 million Phoenix Illinois "Illinois" Saint Paul Nevada Richmond 4.38 million 1.856 million Albany Baton Rouge Denver Salt Lake City Lansing Texas Our Texas Hail, South Dakota North Carolina 2.759 million 3.899 million Beautiful Nebraska New Jersey Indianapolis 8.186 million 4.882 million Arizona Augusta Hawai'i Pono'I Massachusetts, (Because Of You Our Land Is Free) Georgia On My Mind On The Banks Of The Wabash, Far Away 2.855 miliion The Song Of Iowa Raleigh Salem 5.188 million Washington Alabama Colorado Michigan, My Michigan 1.392 million Georgia Boston Sacramento Montpelier 833,354 Beautiful Ohio Maine 576,412 Utah 1.855 million "Pennsylvania" 3.815 million Kentucky Indiana "Alabama" Our Delaware Atlanta Go Mis-sis-sip-pi Tennessee Florida Austin Hawaii 626,001 Take Me Home Country Roads Charleston Mississippi 1.005 million You are my Sunshine Wisconsin Ohio Rhode Island it's for Me The Maine Song Maryland, My Maryland Trenton 26.06 million "Arizona" 9.883 million Jefferson City Virginia Hartford Missouri Iowa Arkansas Washington My Home West Virginia Helena Delaware Rhode Island Montgomery Montana Oklahoma Carolina 9.883 million Home Means Nevada 4.602 million Nebraska Tennessee Waltz Lansing New York Jackson Santa Fe Columbia North Dakota Hymn 5.726 million 12.88 million 8.337 million 3.074 million 6.646 million 1, 584,503 people Oklahoma City South Dakota Bismarck Yankee Doodle 2.086 million 4.724 million Cheyenne Here We Are Idaho 19.32 million Alaska 2.949 million 11.54 million North Dakota 6.897 million I Love You, California 1.05 million Massachusetts Kansas Harrisburg I Love New York Madison South Carolina 917,092 Oregon Lincoln Hail! Minnesota My Oregon Junea 6.533 million "Oklahoma" Vermont Little Rock Minnesota 1.329 million Maryland 2.958 million Oh, Arkansas 731,449 2.886 million California Columbus Wyoming Rocky Mountain High 6.537 million
Transcript: Zenera Foster Period 10 3/2/18 Dr. Haig AP Economics USA Serves as the United States' 48th President Born June 14, 1946 Education: Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (1966–1968) Trump is also an business man and entertainer. Leader Our federal government has three parts. They are the Executive, (President and about 5,000,000 workers) Legislative (Senate and House of Representatives) and Judicial (Supreme Court and lower Courts). The President of the United States administers the Executive Branch of our government. Governemnt Map of United States Flag The white on the flag represents purity and innocence. The red on the flag represents hardiness & valour. The blue on the flag represents vigilance, perseverance & justice. USA National Anthem O say can you see, by the dawn's early light, What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming, Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight, O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming? And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there; O say does that star-spangled banner yet wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? USA Population/Religion USA Language Ethnic Groups USA United States of America - Washington D.C. - North America Imports/Exports USA United States Of America Weather. Climate: Weather varies widely across the continental USA, as well as in Alaska and Hawaii. In general terms, summers are hot and humid in the plains and southern states, while the southwest is very hot and quite dry. Climate USA Plants found in the United States Cattails Wild Asparagus Milk Thistle Clover Wild Onions Bamboo Purslane Violets Plants USA Animals in the US include the American bison, eastern cottontail, black-tailed jackrabbit, plains coyote, black-tailed prairie dog, muskrat, opossum, raccoon, prairie chicken, wild turkey, white-tailed deer, swift foxes, pronghorn antelope, the Franklin's ground squirrel and several other species of ground squirrels. Animals USA Food A hamburger, beefburger or burger is a sandwich consisting of one or more cooked patties of ground meat, usually beef, placed inside a sliced bread roll or bun. The patty may be pan fried, barbecued, or flame broiled. Washington, D.C. is the current federal capital city of the United States, as it has been since 1800. Washington, DC, the U.S. capital, is a compact city on the Potomac River, bordering the states of Maryland and Virginia. It’s defined by imposing neoclassical monuments and buildings – including the iconic ones that house the federal government’s 3 branches: the Capitol, White House and Supreme Court. It's also home to iconic museums and performing-arts venues such as the Kennedy Center. Capital City The United States dollar (sign: $; code: USD; also abbreviated US$ and referred to as the dollar, U.S. dollar, or American dollar) is the official currency of the United States and its insular territories per the United States Constitution since 1792. 1 US Dollar= $1 5 US Dollars= $5 10 US Dollars= $10 20 US Dollars=$20 50 US Dollars=$50 100 US Dollars= $100 Currency Citizens The amendment states: "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside." Children born outside the United States with at least one U.S. citizen parent usually have birthright citizenship by parentage. Citizens
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