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Furthermore they were also heavily involved in such crops as alfalfa, barley, cabbage, cotton, cucumbers, dates, grapefruit, grapes, peas, and squash, among others. Many Japanese farmers operated dairies and raise hogs until the agricultural depression of the 1920s, plus they also introduced fruits such as the strawberry, castor; and techniques often called “hot capping” and “brush covering”. By 1941 ¾ of the Japanese American population of Imperial Valley was involved in agriculture. Another great culture attributing to the Imperial Valley was Mexico. Mexican culture is a rich, complex blend of Native American, Spanish, and American traditions.
Assignment 2: Comparative Study – Roger Fenton & Robert Capa Old-picture (2006-2008). Camp of the 4th Dragoons, convivial party. Available: http://www.old-picture.com/crimean-war/000/Dragoons-convivial-party-Camp.htm. Last accessed 28th November 2011. Old-picture (2006-2008).
Within each group of oaks, there are also different varieties of trees, however. Pin, black, red, scarlet and willow oaks are Red oaks, while chestnut, bur, live, white, gambel, and post oaks are in the White oak group. Not only do leaves differ between types of trees, but acorns themselves differ as well. Acorns with a smooth surface on the inside of the acorn cap usually come from Red oak trees while the inside of a White oak’s acorn cap is normally fuzzy. Acorns gathered for this experiment were primarily from White oak trees in the area, though some were also Red oak acorns.
(2010).Industry Profile Retrieved from http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/fi-if.nsf/eng/home Sedjo, Roger A. (2004). Genetically engineered trees: promise and concerns. Resources For The Future, Retrieved from http://www.rff.org/rff/Documents/RFF-RPT-Forest.pdf Whetten, Ross W., & Kellison, Robert. (2010).
127 - 132; 151-153) Paper One due 3/18 ”Memento Mori” 2001 / Memento 2000 (in Adaptations, pp. 137 -153; Nolan’s story is included in this reading); Proposal for Research Paper/Project due today (typed) Horror: 3/25 “Herbert West—Reanimator: Six Shots by Moonlight” 1922 / Reanimator 1985 (Take-Home Midterm-due 4/8) Spring Break: 3/29 – 4/05 (no class) (in Adaptations, pp. 83 -100; Research Paper/Project Bibliography due next week 4/8 “The Fly” 1958 / The Fly 1986 (Midterm due) Research Paper/Project Bibliography due today Theatrical Adaptation: 4/15 God of Carnage 2006/ Carnage 2011 (purchase book in LAMC bookstore) (in Adaptations, pp. 158 – 183; you can skim portion on Soldier’s Story) Graphic Novel: 4/22 Ghost World 1997 / Ghost World 2001 (purchase book in LAMC bookstore) (in Adaptations, pp. 100 - 126); Paper Two due Comedy/Drama: 4/29 “Baster” 1996 / The
“Skullcap is also known as Scutellaria Lateriflora, Scutellaria, Scullcap, Scute, Blue Skullcap, Mad-dog Skullcap and Madweed” (Herbs, 2011). “Skullcap is a perennial mint with rigid leaves and tiny flowers that can range from purple to blue to pink and white. The two-lobed flowers resemble the military helmets worn by the early European settlers, hence the herbs name. This hardy plant can grow 1 to 4 feet (25 cm to 1 m) high, thriving in the woods and swamplands of eastern North America” (Herbs, 2011). This herb was highly valued by the Cherokee and other tribes as an emmenagogue and female medicine herb, sometimes used as a ceremonial plant to introduce young girls into womanhood.