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FC: Animal Farm Chapter Project By: Olga Pedroza Due: 10/08/09 Class: English 9 Ms. Payseur
1: Table Of Contents Chapter 1........................page 1 & 2 Chapter 3........................page 3 & 4 Chapter 5........................page 5 & 6 Chapter 7........................page 7 & 8 Chapter 8.....................page 9 & 10 Bibliography .....................Last Page
2: CHAPTER 1 Speech Jimmy Carter Energy and the National Goals- A crisis of confidence. Jimmy's speech had a message that they have a problem with energy, and that they wanted to stick together and fix the problem. So he made a speech saying that the wounds are really deep and it couldn't be healed. This speech was during a crisis that they had from energy. "I ask Congress to give me authority for mandatory conservation and for standby gasoline rationing." ( Jimmy Carter, speech) pg 1
3: Jimmy Carter (1977) pg 2
4: Chapter 5: Windmill How a Windmill operates and Operations A windmill simply takes advantage of the wind that is generated by the sun heating the surface of the earth unevenly. There are two different kinds of windmills you may find are the Horizontal Axis Turbine and the Vertical Axis Turbine. ( “how does a windmill mill operate, John Steven 9/18/09) A windmill is made up of two or three blades that look like the propellers on an airplane. The propellers are attached to a rotor that spins as the wind moves the blades. Connected to the rotor is a generator that generates electricity. The pg 3
5: blades sit atop a 100 foot pole that is a hollow shaft housing the components that transfer energy from the blades and rotor on top. The blades turns and generates energy. Lift happens when a burst of wind moves past the windmill and the air pressure under the blade is lowered. This pressure causes the blade to move, which moves the rotor. pg 4
6: This strike started, because in May 1914, a group of railway men decided to organize Local No.663 of the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees. They wanted to hire a spy. On July 17 four more motormen and four conductors were discharged allegedly for not stopping at the steam railway crossing. After much angry but futile talk the union men voted for a strike.
7: They then decided to attack one of the car barns, but they did not succeed. A bombardment of buckshot met them . The thirty-five private detectives from Boston and Montreal fired over the heads of the mob whom the company had hired as strikebreakers.The mayor of Saint John, James Frink, called on the military.Then he read the Riot Act at the mob, which threatened both the rioters and onlookers with the possibility of life imprisonment.The situation could no longer continue so officials offered Ramsey a "lifetime" position with the public works department.T
8: Whiskeys vary in alcoholic strength, from 110 proof American bottled in bond whiskey, to 70 proof Canadian whiskeys, sold only in Canada. Most whiskeys sold in the United States are either 86 or 80 proof, depending on the distiller and brand. Prior to the 1960s, most whiskeys were bottled at a higher proof. Today, modern drinkers prefer lighter-tasting whiskeys.
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