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American Civil War (1861-1865), also known as the War Between State (see other names), is a civil war in the United States. Eleven Southern slave states announced the separation of the United States and formed the Confederate States of America, known as "the Confederacy". Led by Jefferson Davis, the Confederate side fighting for its independence from the United States. United States federal government (US) supported by twenty states, most states that have abolished slavery-free and five slave states that became known as the border states. Keduapuluhlima this state is referred to as the Union, have the population base and the larger industry than the South. After four years of bloody war (mostly in the South), the Confederacy surrendered and slavery removed throughout the country. United Restoration and Reconstruction Era that followed, fac ... Read more »

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Niagara is a large waterfall on the Niagara River that are in the line of the international border between the US states of New York with the Canadian province of Ontario. This waterfall is about 17 miles (27 km) north northwest of Buffalo, New York and 75 miles (120 km) southeast of Toronto, Ontario.

Niagara is the name of a group of three waterfalls. The third waterfall is a waterfall Horseshoe (sometimes referred to as a waterfall Canada), waterfalls America, and the smaller Bridal Veil waterfalls are separated by an island named Luna Island from the main waterfall.

Although not very high, Niagara falls is very wide and most popular in the world. More than 6 million cubic feet (168,000 m3) of water per minute dropped and this is the most powerful waterfall in North America. ... Read more »

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Sourdough in Canada is a native aboriginal people, who are expected to arrive from Asia thousands of years ago through the land bridge between Siberia and Alaska. Four hundred years ago, the pilgrims from France and Britain began to explore the country in earnest, Permanent settlement by these two nations began in the early 1600s.
Up until World War II, most immigrants came from the British Isles or eastern Europe. But since 1945, Canada's cultural more diverse with increasing numbers of immigrants from various countries of Southern Europe, Asia, South America and the Caribbean, with the greatest of the Asia-Pacific region.
Today, Canada consists of 10 provinces and two territories, which are mostly populated by Canadians whose ancestors came from almost all corners of the world.

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St. Patrick (Latin: Patricius, Irish language: Naomh Padraig) is a Christian missionary and the patron saint of Ireland together with Brigid of Kildare and Kolumba. Patrick was born in Roman Britain. When usinya about 16 years, he was captured by Irish raiders and taken as a slave to Ireland. There he stayed for six years, then escaped and returned to his family. He entered the church, as well as his father and grandfather before, became a deacon and a bishop. Later he returned to Ireland as a missionary, working in the north and west of the island, but little is known about where he actually worked and no link could be found between Patrick with any church. In the 8th century, it has become the patron saint of Ireland, mainly because of propaganda by the monastery Armagh claiming to save relics. Irish monastery system evolved after the time of Patric ... Read more »

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Alcatraz is first built as a military installation in 1850 and later converted into a military prison, until 1933. Barak Punishment United States in Alcatraz was taken over by the US Department of Justice on October 12, 1933. The island became a federal prison in August 1934. The prison is intended for inmates who often create problems in other US federal prison (escape, making mischief, murder of a fellow prisoner, and so on).

During the 29 years of its use, in prison languishing famous criminals such as Al Capone big fish, Robert Franklin Stroud (the Birdman of Alcatraz), and Alvin Karpis, who was arrested at Alcatraz far longer than any prisoners. In the period of operation, the prison claimed none of the prisoners who escaped, though like most prisons, there are inhabitants who attempted to escape, but always failed, ... Read more »

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