By Dennis Montgomery
1607 vividly tells the tale of the founding of Jamestown, recounting the location of the unique Indian population, the coming of the British settlers four hundred years in the past, the construction of the city, and smooth excavations on the website. alongside the best way, we meet such regular figures as King James, John Smith, and Pocahontas. We additionally come upon unusual episodes of cannibalism and skullduggery, heroism and romantic love. The ebook is a compilation of articles from Colonial Williamsburg journal.
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Ch. 23 Stephen F. Austin 110
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Needless to say, these locales are characterized by startlingly diverse historical-geographical conditions, and the similarity of the Bureau’s approach in each place is a testament to the universalizing tendencies of technical assistance and water resource development as conceived within US foreign policy aims. An example from a team that worked in Nicaragua in 1951 (identified as “moderate” involvement in my illustration) offers a fairly typical window into the specific activities carried out in many of their overseas programs: The mission spent five weeks in Nicaragua in the early part of the annual rainy season, assembling and reviewing pertinent reports, maps, and unassembled information and making such field investigations of suggested projects as limitations of time and difficulties of travel would permit.
Still, Savage tackled his assignment regarding the Yangtze Gorge Dam with characteristic innovation and energy, and his activities included numerous field visits to the proposed site of the dam (fig. 2). This stretch of the Yangtze, situated near the city of Ichang in the province of Hubei, had long been seen by Chinese leaders as a resource of tremendous development potential. As early as 1919 Sun Yat-Sen had identified this part of the Yangtze as an ideal site for a dam that could provide both hydroelectricity and flood control.