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    Years After Death Date s January 20 1840 to August 1840 Location ORLEANS Louisiana Tag s New Orleans Government Politics Urban Society Governor Claiborne Law Urban Life Boosterism War Battle of New Orleans All the earth stood silent on December 20 1803 as the Mississippi territorial governor rode in on the streets of New Orleans Beautiful women adorned the balconies that hung over the Place d Armes Each country represented

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    the culture Years of influence and a strong sense of tradition have marked New Orleans s national identity and widespread popularity in cuisine The cuisine of New Orleans is one of the key cornerstones of culture and history in the city My primary source shows a diagram of how popular and published the cuisine of New Orleans is around America Geographically unique New Orleans has exploited the resources used in its cuisine according to its location in Southern Louisiana As a melting pot in the American South cultural influences in conjunction with the wealth of resources have over many years shaped New Orleans s popularity in cuisine The recognition of its food and rich culture has attracted plenty of visitors to the city Due in part to this tourism the city began to garner more and more attention as a celebration of being uniquely American while still having its own heritage of cuisine and culture This was evidenced clearly in a 1995 article in The Albany Times by Michael Lopez who spoke with Pamela Neyrey a chef at The Gumbo Shop Neyrey said that the lure of New Orleans continues to bring people back to the city Most frequently it s tourists who come to New Orleans fall in love with our food and then they ll call back Most of the articles I researched have been from a wide variety of regions all influenced by the cuisine and culture closely tied to the city The results of my research in secondary sources produced the widespread examples of popularity of New Orleans cuisine My primary source Number of National Newspaper Articles on Cuisines of Specified Cities indicates 322 articles have been written about New Orleans cuisine between the years of 1970 and 2004 The results shown in the primary source

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    and whites in the education system It was only in the 1950 s when the U S Supreme Court ruled racial segregation in public schools unconstitutional in the case of Brown v Board of Education of Topeka Kansas Yet it was only about forty years ago when Rollins Alma College Men s Soccer Date s 1970 Location Gratiot Michigan Tag s Soccer College Sports Men s soccer began as a club team in 1970 Soccer became a varsity sport for the 1975 1976 season after Coach Beaumont successfully argued that if Alma College wanted to promote its connection to Scotland the College should not ignore Scotland s national sport Although instrumental to the foundation of men s soccer Beaumont only coached for the first season The most successful coach Jacqueline Rhoads copes with ethics as a nurse in Vietnam Date s 1970 to 1971 Location Outside US Tag s War Health Death Ethics Jacqueline Rhoads landed in Vietnam in 1970 at the age of twenty two On the day she arrived Rhoads started her work as an emergency room nurse She recalls the mass casualty events the most For her small unit mass casualty was anything more than ten wounded at a time Mass casualty situations often taxed supplies such that not enough supplies remained to save everyone It was the code of the Spatial History Engine Hamilton Hotel Date s 1970 Location Orange Florida Tag s Winter Park Florida Orlando Hamilton Hotel Built in the 1920 s the Hamilton Hotel was built as more modest accommodations than the only other hotel in town The other hotel the Seminole Hotel boasted of visitors of such caliber as Henry Flagler William Rockefeller and even United States President Grover Cleveland The Hamilton Hotel was the first in Winter Park to have a

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    of New Orleans and as my primary source shows it is also the most celebrated and shared cuisine our country has to offer The most famous part of New Orleans the French Quarter is home to most all the cultural traditions New Orleans The New Orleans Jazz Heritage Festival Still Movin and Groovin Date s 1970 Location Tag s 10th Annual New Orleans Jazz Heritage Festival New Orelans Adam Mims

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    Cuisine of New Orleans Date s January 1 1970 to December 31 1995 Location Orleans Louisiana Tag s Mardi gras New Orleans cuisine New Orleans is a city rich with cultural identity fused into the roots of its people Most evidently the cuisine has blossomed from the history of New Orleans and as my primary source shows it is also the most celebrated and shared cuisine our country has to

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    ethnic Chinese generally recieve better economic opportunities education and health care than do Tibetans and this is especially true in Tibet where Chinese policies have made emigrating especially lucrative for their Han population American Foreign Policy In 1950 the United States was already actively advising the Dalai Lama to flee Lhasa due to US intelligence anticipating a communist takeover from China By the late 1950s the U S government would not commit to an official role in the conflict However the CIA did have a program for aiding Tibetan resistance groups against the encroaching Chinese However as former Chamdo resident Lhatsun Labrang Chandzö has pointed out resistance groups were often poorly managed and members were often relegated to finding ways to feed themselves instead of conceptualizing and executing forms of resistance Because of this the US took in a number of operatives and trained them in Colorado prior to smuggling them back into Tibet in order to subvert and sabotage the Chinese As the Dalai Lama s brother Gyalo Thondup a man who was heavily involved with the CIA during the early resistance movement of the 1950s has stated the CIA s actions were largely ineffective and were aimed less at establishing independence for Tibet and more at annoying the Chinese Thondup has stated It the CIA had no far sighted policy for Tibet Whatever help they provided really provoked the Chinese It led to reprisals Cold War historian John Knaus agrees with this assesment in an essay published in MIT s Journal of Cold War Studies The US policy of doing anything to get in the way of the Chinese still prevailed and the CIA s plans to continue its support to the surviving insurgents were supported by both Congress and the State Department By the early 1970s the United States began scaling back the CIA s efforts in the region due to new opportunities to normalize trade relations with a rapidly modernizing China Thondup has stated that the CIA promised the Tibetans independence should they choose to work with Americans over the USSR and has also stated that Moscow contacted him numerous times to tell him that Langley and Washington would eventually betray Tibet in favor of a stable trade relationship with the Chinese Since then as Tibetologist Melvyn Goldstein points out the United States has carefully balanced between ideologically supporting the Tibetan government in exile s right to autonomous rule in the TAR and recognizing China s claims of sovereignty over the region While the U S government will often acknowledge that Tibetans have a right to autonomous rule officials are careful not to acknowledge publicly that Tibetans have a right to sovereign rule over themselves This has led to numerous instances in which percieved congressional shows of solidarity with the government in exile are taken by Tibetans within and outside of Tibet as proclamations of Tibetan nationalist support from the U S government In 1987 reacting to a new global initiative by the Tibetan government in

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    1950 to October 31 1950 American Foreign Policy and Tibet Since 1950 Date s October 1950 to 1950 Location Outside US Tag s China Foreign Politics Introduction Less than a year prior to the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games the United States Congress issued His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama the congressional gold medal Shortly before congress s decoration of the Tibetan leader in exile Chinese authorities tightened security in

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    Location Outside US American Foreign Policy and Tibet Since 1950 Date s October 1950 to 1950 Location Tag s China Foreign Politics Introduction Less than a year prior to the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games the United States Congress issued His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama the congressional gold medal Shortly before congress s decoration of the Tibetan leader in exile Chinese authorities tightened security in the Tibet Autonomous Region

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