BC: Terence a. Hamer
FC: January 2012 By: Terence Hamer | Arch Magazine | arch means first leader
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2: Deep sea creatures | \This creature is called the Bathynomus giganteus the giant isopod. It is the largest isopod in the isopod family. It can be found world wide and in over 2,000 feet deep water. It is around 12 to 16 inches. this isopod looks very archaic. this isopod is very different from its archetype.
3: This creature is called chauliodus sloni the viperfish. This is one of the weirdest deep sea creatures. The biggest they can get is 12 inches. they can be found world wide and live in 250 to 5,000 feet deep water.
4: After the Civil War men came from the north to seek money and power. these men were called carpetbaggers. in the top picture it shows a man that seems to be a monarch. In the picture it shows a man from the north sitting on a huge bag about to crush the solid south. In the picture to the left it shows a man holding a bag that says carpetbagger south. He also is carrying a bag on his back that says carpet bag.
5: May 16, 1870 Congress Hall South Carolina | Reconstruction was the repairment of the south after the civil war. The civil war was a time of anarchy. | Reconstruction was made because America wanted to establish an oligarchy. | You would want to come to this meeting because we will be talk about the reconstruction of our state. We will also talk about how we can archive our ideas on were and how to rebuild.
6: anarchy- a state of society without government or law archangel- a chief or principal angle archaeology- the scientific study of historic or prehistoric peoples and their cultures archaeopteryx- a reptile like fossil bird of the genus archaeopteryx from the late Jurassic Period archaic- primitive ancient old archetype- the original pattern or model from which all things of the same kind are copied or on whitch they are based archipelago- any large body of water with many islands architect- a person professionally engaged in the design of certain constructions other than buildings archive- documents or records relating to the activities, business dealings, ect., of a person family, corporation, association, community, or nation hierarchy- any system of persons or things ranked one above another matriarch- the female head of a family of tribal line monarchy- a person or thing that holds a dominant position oligarchy- a for of government in which all power is vested in a few persons in a dominant class or cliquei government by few | arch-first leader