The tale of Rapunzel, initially written by Friedrich Schulz in 1790 is a German fairy tale that was later published in 1812 by the Grimm Brothers. The Rapunzel fairy tale was included in a collection called “Children’s and Household Tales” (Brothers Grim, 1812). More recently, in 2010 Byron Howard, Nathan Greno, and Roy Conli created […]

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Human Trafficking

International Human Trafficking: Primary Categories and Symptoms by Cassie Fields Human trafficking, also known as modern-day slavery prevails as an international crisis. Human trafficking consists of sexual exertion, forced labor, illicit trade, smuggling of people, and even organs.  After the illegal drug trade, human trafficking stands as the second largest criminal industry in the world.  […]

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Virus Causes Closing Order

October 10, 1918 Southern Indiana State Board of Health Orders. All Schools, Churches and Theaters Closed and Puts a Ban on Public Gatherings   “An order from the State Board of Health, ordering all schools, churches and places of amusements closed and forbidding all public gatherings. Public gatherings are any meetings where more than five people […]

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A Giant Uncovered

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A 9 foot, 8 inch tall skeleton was uncovered in 1879 from a stone burial mound located in Brewersville, Indiana. Found with the giant was a mica necklace around the neck, and a human image on burnt clay embedded with pieces of flint in which stood at the feet. The…

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Native American Astrology

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Native Astrology The Medicine Wheel The Native Americans and many other groups have held the connection between nature, man, and animals as sacred. In these cultures, the medicine wheel is a representation for many spiritual ideas. The Medicine Wheel in Native American ceremonies is meant to guide with the intention…

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The Zodiac Signs

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Astrology: The Zodiac Signs “Astrology is an ancient practice which is a combination of art and science, as it is both intuitive and technical. Based on the observation of the cosmos around us, it measures the energy influencing Earth and it’s inhabitants” (The Ancient Science of Astrology, 2015). Your zodiac…

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Planting Perennials

Perennials Perennials are a category of flowers/plants that include plants such as hostas, daylilies, daisies, and much more. Perennials are the flowers that bloom year after year. These plants do require some knowledge of the plants’ necessary growing conditions but overall require minimum care. The following content are just a few examples of perennials. Daylily […]

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Planetary Compositions

Planetary Compositions The following content consists of what the planets in our solar system are made of. Composition is defined as an object that is made of elements. What elements make up the planet’s atmospheres in our solar system? VENUS Venus is mostly made of sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid, and carbon dioxide. EARTH Earth has […]

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Education & the Economy

Published April 2020 THE MAIN IDEA 💡 The government should do more to support the education system because it promotes long-term economic growth. Education and the Economy Government investments in the education system are an important aspect to the development of human capital and long-term success in the economy. Government funds dedicated to the education […]

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The Seven Chakras

Chakras are the seven centers of spiritual power within the physical human body. When your chakras are in alignment, your physical self and spiritual self are receptive to the energy of the universe. There are seven chakras in the energy system, represented by seven colors that create an energy light spectrum. Each of the chakras […]

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Native Totem Animal:   |Wolf| February 19 – March 20     Zodiac: Taurus Direction: East – Northeast   The wolf is considered an intuitive animal due to its ability to sense nature. Individuals born under this sign in the medicine wheel are considered emotional creatures with a lot of passion, especially for love.   […]

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The Metal Ages

  Archaeological Time: Metal Ages The Metal Age is divided into three categories: the Copper, Bronze, and Iron Age. People made a variety of metal objects and invented new techniques for making clay pottery. Copper Age -3,500 years ago The Chalcolithic period was an era between the Neolithic period and the Bronze Age. The Copper Age mainly took […]

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Archaeological Time: Prehistory Human prehistory is the period of the first stone tools and the invention of writing systems used by hominins approximately 3.3 million years ago. The Mesolithic era describes the cultures between the Paleolithic and the Neolithic Periods. The use of small stone tools and retouched stone blades are the key factor in identifying […]

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