All the European leaders and their crew men worked hard to fix Dorantes ship but were not successful, which forced both groups to stay on the island with the Capoques and the Hans. Cabeza and his men stayed with one and Dorantes and his crew stayed with the other. Winter made things go horrible since food was so scarce. As time went by the Indians turned the Europeans into their slaves making them do duties such as dig for roots, carry firewood, and fetch water. This continued for about six years they were beaten with sticks, slapped in the face, and killed because the women
Lyle had beaten his slave very badly and left him for dead. Jonathan Strong spent four months in hospital. Granville Sharp paid for it. After that Strong worked at a job for the next two years. One day Lyle saw Jonathan Strong in the street.
The Case of R v Dudley & Stephens 1) Briefly state what happened in R v Dudley & Stephens In the case of R v Dudley & Stephens there was a sailboat that was struck by a wave due to the wave the boat was sinking and there was 3 people on the lifeboat that people had to get on. Steven, Stephens and Parker. The 3 then went on to an island where they were basically stranded and had nowhere to go. They spent 20 days on the Island before coming to a decision that they wanted to perform a cannibalism act on Richard Parker the 17 year old. After 4 days the two then saw a rescue which was coming to get them, which was by a German sailing barque Montezuma which returned the men to Falmouth, Cornwall.
We couldn't count them, and the communist killed many people, and many houses burned. After 1975, my family decided to leave my country by boat one by one. We went to a Malaysia refugee camp in 1984. We had been living in the camp about 15 months. We have been on a waiting list to come to the US.
By the following spring, after a horrific winter that became known as the “starving time,” all but 60 had perished. Four hundred years later, historians can only speculate about the causes of this massive population collapse, which nearly snuffed out the first permanent English settlement in North America. But a team of geologists at the College of William & Mary may be closing in on a suspect: drinking water fouled by salt, arsenic, human waste or a medley of these contaminants (Document A). Life was no picnic for the Jamestown colony’s earliest founders, but at least they had enough to eat. Evidence suggests that the deceased people in Jamestown were as result of the mix of salt and fresh water, said historian Carville V. Earle.
A. go in the opposite direction B. ask God for more time before going C. go immediately as God had said 3. The men on the ship threw Jonah overboard because _____. A. the ship was too heavy B. they discovered Jonah was the cause of the storm C. their false god demanded it 4. When the sailors threw Jonah overboard _____. A. the storm stopped B. their ship went immediately to land C. they died because of what they had Done 5.
“Gentlemen Your Verdict” by Michael Bruce, is a story that begins in a court room. The men in the courtroom were survivors of a submarine crash. There were 20 men in the submarine originally at the beginning of their trip. But when they crashed at the bottom of the ocean, the captain estimated that it would take a week for rescue, and the crew had 3 days of air. Someone had to go, but whom?
Emily Kuropatwinski Throughout life many people struggle in the painful process of searching for their identity. Ordinary People, a novel by Judith Guest, portrays the recovery of Conrad Jarrett after his seventh year old brother, Buck, died in an accidental drowning on Lake Michigan. During this recovery Conrad spent eight months in an institution due to his attempted suicide. Conrad’s search for identity was a time consuming process involving different stages, and despite the many conflict he endured, he was able to develop a new identity. The author uses characterization and conflict to convey the idea.
Khufu's pyramid at Giza showing the plan of passages and burial chamber. Some believe that his pyramid at Giza was built by slaves but this is not true. One hundred thousand people worked on it for three months of each year. This was the time of the Nile's annual flood which made it impossible to farm the land and most of the population was unemployed. He provided good food and clothing for his workers and was kindly remembered in folk tales for many centuries.
Passage 2 News paper article TRAGIC DEATH OF RESPECTED NAVAL COMMANDER ERUPTION CAUSES TERROR AND DESTRUCTION IN BAY OF NAPLES Last week Naval commander Pliny the elder passed away because the Eruption of Mount Vesuvius located in Naples, southern Italy. He was known by being at the time the Naval commander of Roman navy at the bay of Naples, but he was as well a known writer, among his books the most known was an encyclopedia called Natural History. He was famous as well for his service to the state, he had military experiences and served in Germany, he had an administrative post in spain. He died among an estimate of 20,000 more people. The eruption was fatal, it left the city of Pompeii covered in pumice stone and volcanic ash, at a height of 29 meters.