I think they did a good, boring, job on this article. I would have included a few other things in this article though… For example: I would have said how many warriors/ soldiers there were, and how many were killed/ injured. there were 500–700 warriors for the Indians, 36- 50 killed, 60- 80 wounded. The Americans had 470 infantry,370 cavalry, and 360 militia. Out of those men, 62 killed, and 126 wounded. It may sound surprising how more Americans died and were wounded, but there were so many more of them. I would just put this interesting fact in the end of the article, because I know guys would definitely like that fact, and girls too. if you would like any more information, you can click here.
Archive for February, 2011
Valentines day is not a modern holiday. This is what most people think, but it actually started getting popular in the 19Th century! The holiday, which began as a feast day for a saint in Roman times, had taken on romantic overtones by the 1600s. The sending of romantic greetings by mail took hold by the early 1800s, and an industry producing cards for St. Valentine’s Day began in New England before the Civil War. It was shockingly originated in the 1600′s, but later got popular in the 1800′s. I never knew that! i found an article on it and ill set a link here. Check out the article, and read the whole thing, its pretty interesting.