Columbus Essays

Impact of the Collision of the Old and New World on Europeans, Africans, and the Indians

The collision of the New and Old World impacted the Europeans, Africans, and Indigenous people immensely. When the two worlds were introduced to each other they set up trade routes, such as the Columbian Exchange. Although it was new for all three of them, they adjusted well to the changes over time. The introduction of the new foods, animals, diseases, religious matters, etc. made all three groups forced to accommodate. In 1492, Africans along with the Europeans and the Indians,…

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Star South Canton

North East black out is an important event in the history of North America, showing the vulnerability of North American technology, which compelled the leaders of the affected countries to find the causes and events associated with this key event. Investigation by experts revealed a few limitations of North American infrastructure. Based on reports submitted by exports to the government, the latter is expected to avoid repetition of such events in the future. This paper will present causes of North…

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They Came Before Columbus

Ivan Van Sertima was born in Guyana, South America. He graduated from the School of Oriental and African Studies (London University) and the Rutgers Graduate School and holds degrees in African Studies and Anthropology. From 1957 – 1959 he served as a Press and broadcasting Officer in the Guyana Information Services. During several years in the 1960’s he broadcasted weekly from Britain to Africa and the Caribbean. Ivan Van Sertima works a literary critic, a linguist, and an anthropologist and…

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Global Encounter_ 300 Years After Columbus’ Invasion

Three hundred years after Columbus’ invasion in the so-called New World or the West Indies, the first Columbus Day is being celebrated in United States and held on the 12th of October 1792 as part of the commemoration event. It was organized by the Columbian Order in New York also known as The Society of Tammany. During this time, Afro-Latin America has just started invigorating the life that was ruined, destroyed and finally regained from the brutality and heartrending memories…

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Technical Communication

The field of Criminal Justice has many different opportunities to develop good communications skills. There has not always been a direct communication between officers and the dispatch center; there is a long list of inventions, throughout history. In 1876 Alexander Graham Bell, invented the telephone, in 1921 the Detroit Police department began experimenting with a one-way vehicle mobile service. In 1933, Bayonne New Jersey Police department used regular two-way communications with its patrol cars. In 1971, Richard Frenkiel and Joel…

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