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  • History Engine: Tools for Collaborative Education and Research | Terms Of Service
    Your comments on our History Engine however You acknowledge that if You send us creative suggestions ideas notes drawings concepts inventions or other information collectively the Information the Information shall be deemed and shall remain RICHMOND s property By submission of any Information to us You assign to us and we shall exclusively own all now known or hereafter existing rights to such Information of every kind and nature throughout the universe and shall be entitled to unrestricted use of the Information for any purpose whatsoever commercial or otherwise without compensation to the provider of the information As a user of the History Engine You are responsible for own Your own communications and are responsible for the consequences of their posting Therefore do not do any of the following things transmit to us material that is copyrighted unless You are the copyright owner or have the permission of the copyright owner to post it send material that reveals trade secrets unless You own them or have the permission of the owner send material that infringes on any other intellectual property rights of others or on the privacy or publicity rights of others send material that is obscene defamatory threatening harassing abusive hateful or embarrassing to another user or any other person or entity send sexually explicit images send advertisements or solicitations of business send chain letters or pyramid schemes or impersonate another person RICHMOND reserves the right to expel users and prevent their further access to the History Engine for violating these terms or the law and reserves the right to remove any communications from this Site The violation of any of the terms and conditions set forth on this Legal Terms and Conditions page shall result in the immediate revocation of your license to use the Site Material and obligates You to immediately destroy any copies of the Site Material in your possession Limitation of Liability Although RICHMOND strives for accuracy in all elements of the Site Material it may contain inaccuracies or typographical errors Additionally while users of this Site are bound by these terms and conditions not to submit false material RICHMOND cannot be responsible for the violation of these terms by users or for the reliance by users upon false or misleading material submitted by other users RICHMOND makes no representations about the accuracy reliability completeness or timeliness of the material on the History Engine or about the results to be obtained from using the History Engine You use the History Engine and its material at your own risk RICHMOND DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE HISTORY ENGINE WILL OPERATE ERROR FREE OR THAT THE HISTORY ENGINE AND ITS SERVER ARE FREE OF COMPUTER VIRUSES OR OTHER HARMFUL MATERIAL IF YOUR USE OF THE HISTORY ENGINE OR THE SITE S MATERIAL RESULTS IN ANY COSTS OR EXPENSES INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE NEED FOR SERVICING OR REPLACING EQUIPMENT OR DATA RICHMOND SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THOSE COSTS OR EXPENSES Disclaimer of Consequential Damages IN NO EVENT SHALL

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    the U S States and western territories developing the lead industry After coming into economic ruin after settling in Missouri he set his sights on economic expansion in Spanish Texas and became the first man to obtain permission to bring Anglo American settlers into the foreign territory Permission was granted for the settlement The Brig Nautius Sets Sail for African Colony Date s January 23 1821 Location NORFOLK CITY Virginia Tag s African Americans Church Religious Activity Economy Migration Transportation Race Relations Slavery The Brig Nautius captained by a Capt Blair sailed from the port of Norfolk on the morning of Tuesday January 23 1821 The vessel was bound for the coast of Africa and carried on board a number of free blacks seeking or having sought for them a new life in the African colony which would later be termed Liberia Aboard were also a number of clergy from varying denominations ranging from Methodist Choctaw Treaty of 1820 Date s October 18 1820 to December 23 1820 Location INDIAN LANDS Mississippi Tag s Migration Transportation Race Relations The United States represented by Generals Andrew Jackson and Thomas Hinds negotiated at Doak s Stand with Mingoes or head men and warriors of the Choctaw nation over land The United States hoped to expand white settlement specifically in Mississippi the Choctaw homeland In return for the Choctaw land President Monroe agreed to a cession of about one fifth of the state of Alabama Legislature Charters State University Date s December 18 1820 Location CAHAWBA 40 BIBB 41 Alabama Tag s Education A year before Alabama was admitted to the Union as a state on March 2 1819 the federal government authorized a grant for the territory to set aside land for a seminary of learning With the addition of Alabama as

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    Survival Date s November 20 1820 to February 23 1821 Location Tag s whaling Nantucket cannibalism Essex As the sun sank toward the horizon the empty blue enormity of the Pacific washed over three small whale boats The Essex had sailed from Nantucket a year ago scouring two oceans for the whale oil that drove the island s economy On November 20 1820 the ship was 2000 miles west of

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  • History Engine: Tools for Collaborative Education and Research | Newsearch
    up in the blubber and head case of the enormous beasts of the sea Thomas Beale a surgeon aboard a whaling vessel spent many years observing the whaling industry first hand He took care to document the anatomy and behavior of the whales themselves Essex Starvation and Survival Date s November 20 1820 to February 23 1821 Location NANTUCKET Massachusetts Tag s whaling Nantucket cannibalism Essex As the sun sank

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    Starvation and Survival Date s November 20 1820 to February 23 1821 Location NANTUCKET Massachusetts Tag s whaling Nantucket cannibalism Essex As the sun sank toward the horizon the empty blue enormity of the Pacific washed over three small whale boats The Essex had sailed from Nantucket a year ago scouring two oceans for the whale oil that drove the island s economy On November 20 1820 the ship was

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    with them for a year before being released and heading west In a record of his capitivity Gist describes the relative locations of the major tribes in the area and the state of the land in the area around Fort Pontchartrain Detroit In one particularly colorful episode he recounts Essex Starvation and Survival Date s November 20 1820 to February 23 1821 Location NANTUCKET Massachusetts Tag s whaling Nantucket cannibalism

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  • History Engine: Tools for Collaborative Education and Research | Newsearch
    Starvation and Survival Date s November 20 1820 to February 23 1821 Location NANTUCKET Massachusetts Tag s whaling Nantucket cannibalism Essex As the sun sank toward the horizon the empty blue enormity of the Pacific washed over three small whale boats The Essex had sailed from Nantucket a year ago scouring two oceans for the whale oil that drove the island s economy On November 20 1820 the ship was

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