On 24 December 1906, the first radio broadcast for entertainment and music was transmitted from Brant Rock, Massachusetts to the general public. This pioneering broadcast was achieved after years of d
A. The Hoover Dam, one of the most biggest and phenomenal structures of its time. B. This was a huge Employment project giving over 21 thousand people jobs to work on this enormous structure. C. To date The Hoover dam is a national tourist attraction have piping millions of visitors a year, it shows huge strides of development
A. First ever animated cartoon in the 1900's B. I love animation and hope to do it as a job C. Disney's Steamboat Willie is the landmark in animation and inspired millions of people to do something in their life
A. pivotal event in history, identified as the Brickyard 400 it first hosted Hot air Balloon races, then motorcycles, then to cars B. I have always loved the Indianapolis 500 and enjoyed finding out the history of it C. Today the Indianapolis 500 represents diversity and entertainment having thousands of people from all around the world come
A. Labor Unions were rioters who boycotted working conditions and unfair wages B. They were a symbol that represented America, riots that show the right to free speech C. To this day there are workers with unfair conditions, websites such as this one help to keep these conditions good
a) The Titanic was one of three Olympic class vessels, during it's maiden voyage it sunk due to hitting an iceberg, b) The experiences that the crew endured was saddening but interesting it is always fascinating to read about c) " The story captured the public imagination across the world, spawning countless books, films, plays, memorials, museums and exhibitions"
a) Einstein was a leading figure in the World Government Movement and was a theoretical scientist. b) He was an interesting character and inspires me c) He created what we use and know today with the theory of relativity
A. These were the result of the government prohibiting Alcohol, doing this only created more illegal trafficking of it. B. I thought the cleverness of how the traffickers evaded the law was interesting and how people like Al Capone made over 60 million dollars due to the new law. C. This law created gangsters, and told the government that doing things like this only increases criminal activity, it could also relate to illegal drugs today.