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    Environmental Science

    specific list of species that are endangered. This law requires that these agencies ensure that all species on that list are to never be compromised in any way such as: importing, exporting, hunting, etc. In the 1900s, when it was realized that bison and a bird in North America called the Passenger Pigeon were going missing, it was determined that something had to be done to protect the wildlife. As this issue was looked upon, it was found that millinery and pesticides were a major cause of animal

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    caught speaking their native language they were severely punished (Marr, 2012). When the colonists came they also brought with them horses, gun, alcohol, and different tools. However, the horses and guns improved the Indians ability to hunt and made bison hunting a little less dangerous. When the alcohol was introduced, many Native Americans turned to alcoholism. Conversely, the different tools that the Europeans used to trade with the Indians made it easier for the native to cook and cultivate the

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    Android

    code examples, and very basic API listings. ▪ Bison GNU bison, commonly known as Bison, is a parser generator that is part of the GNU Project. Bison reads a specification of a context-free language, warns about any parsing ambiguities, and generates a parser (either in C, C++, or Java) which reads sequences of tokens and decides whether the sequence conforms to the syntax specified by the grammar. Bison generates LALR parsers. Bison also supports “Generalized Left-to-right Rightmost” (GLR)

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    Navajo

    of Culture Patient Location & Climate • Arizona, Utah, & New Mexico (warm, hot, dry) History • Tribes began in early 1500’s • Traded maze and hand-made blankets and baskets with Spaniards for bison meat • Forced onto a reservation in 1800’s • Navajo Nation Treaty of 1868 granted them their land and rights. Ethnic Populations/subgroups • Population in year 2000: 173,987 • Requires a blood-quantrum of one-fourth

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    The Effect of Diabetes on the Native American Communit

    (McLaughlin). These series of events caused the Natives to move constantly, adapt to different diets, different foods and ways of living. “Although all of this was devastating to the Indians, the most impact was the loss of the buffalos” (International Bison Cooperative). By being forced to stay on reservations the Natives were limited on the type of foods they were able to choose from before the reservation life. They could not use the buffalo in their main meals which provided much protein in their diet

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    Yellowstone National Park

    Penstemon Lupine Forget-me-not Phacelia Stickseed Bluebells Clematis Larkspur Monkshood Wild iris Pasque flower Fauna Flora Consumers Grizzly Bear Trumpeter Swan Gray Wolf Lynx Mountain Lion Black Bear Cutthroat Trout Bison Fox Bald Eagle Bighorn Sheep Ravens Badgers Pine Marten River Otter Wolverine Striped Skunk Marmot Gophers Voles Porcupine Beaver Chipmunk Squirrel Mule Deer White tailed Deer Coyote Moose Pronghorn Antelope Deer Mice

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    Fine Arts

    of bison. Right under the cliff is where the bison begin to emerge from the mountain; at first only their snouts and heads are seen. As you look further down, more of the bison’s bodies are reveled, and at the very bottom; they’re shown in full stampede. On the obverse, a lone cowboy is shown, kneeling on a rock about a handsbredth down from the top. He is depicted as a rancher or other hired hand who watches over his herd of long horn cattle. The cattle are revealed the same as the bison; only

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    Reconstruction and the West

    Congressman passed several bills to help increase the construction of railroads. However, the railroads had other issues with its expansion that caused a rift with the Indians who were already living on the land. This land was used by the Indians to hunt bison and earn a way of life. With the construction of the railroads, hunting became threatened. At this point, the Indians instigated a war against the white man to take back the land which they thought belonged to them. A highlight in the history which

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    Seasons

    gov 2013 Big Game Seasons Antelope 900 series .............Aug 15–Nov 10 archery ..................Sept 7–Oct 11 general ..................Oct 12–Nov 10 Bighorn Sheep archery ..................Sept 5–Sept 14 general ..................Sept 15–Dec 1 Bison .........................Nov 15–Feb 15, 2014 Black bear spring ....................Apr 15– Varies (May 15-June 15) fall archery ............Sept 7–Sept 14 fall .........................Sept 15–Dec 1 Deer & Elk archery ..................Sept 7–Oct 20

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    Portakabin Brochure

    Channels 9.2.1 Semi-Permanent and Portable Buildings Market 9.2.2 Permanent Modular Buildings Market 10. MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 11. COMPANY PROFILES 11.1 Adroit Modular Buildings 11.2 Atco Structures UK 11.3 AV Group 11.4 Bell & Webster Concrete 11.5 Bison Concrete Products 11.6 Britspace Modular Buildings 11.7 Buchan Concrete Solutions 11.8 Caledonian Building Systems 11.9 Cadolto UK 11.10 Elliott Group 11.11 Foremans Relocatable Building Systems 11.12 Kingspan Off-Site 11.13 McAvoy Group 11.14 Modular

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    Advance Accounting

    To download more slides, ebook, solutions and test bank, visit http://downloadslide.blogspot.com Exercises LO2 Exercise 1 On January 2, 2005 Bison Corporation issued 100,000 new shares of its $5 par value common stock valued at $19 a share for all of Deer Corporation’s outstanding common shares. Bison paid $15,000 to register and issue shares. Bison also paid $10,000 for the direct combination costs of the accountants. The fair value and book value of Deer's identifiable assets and liabilities

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    Bison

    At one time, bison were widespread from Alaska to northern Mexico. Now bison have been exterminated in the wild except in Yellowstone Park in Wyoming and Wood Buffalo Park, Northwest territory, Canada. The bison are gone in the prairie of the United States along with many of the ecosystem's species. Deep scars mar the landscape where the soil has been swept way by water runoff. The life of the rancher and farmer is vanishing. The body of the bison is huge. They are also tall animals and have two

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    World Civilization ( Columbian Exchange)

    sugar, onions and many other crops. Pigs, cattle sheep and rabbits were introduced; however, the horse had the greatest positive impact on the Native peoples. The new creature enhanced their military capabilities along with hunting. Hunting herds of bison in the plains would become much easier and efficient. The negative effect of the new animals was the sudden increase in the number of cattle across the new world. The first viceroy of Mexico wrote to the Spanish king: “May your lordship realizes

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    Tecumseh: Lost Hope for an Indian Nation

    already showing signs of a natural born leader. He had a vision in his early teens when he embarked on a spirit quest. The spirit quest required fasting and forest isolation. During the quest, he envisioned that his guardian was a bison. To the Shawnee, the bison is a sign of great strength. When he was in his 20’s he took the lead of attacking a flatboat on the Ohio, he showed exceptional bravery and surpassed even the most seasoned warriors. What was far remarkable was the humanity he showed

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    The Triceratops

    interesting dinosaur as its extinction still raises questions at present times today. The first named specimen of the Triceratops was found near Denver Colorado in 1887. Originally the bones were believed to belong to a particularly large and unusual bison, but then later realized that they were horned dinosaurs the next year. Triceratops remains have also been found in states as Montana, South Dakota, Colorado and Wyoming. Various, “three-dimensional” skulls of both sexes and different ages were discovered

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    Reconstruction and the West

    the peace policy made it out to be. Many Natives suffered from starvation because the reservations were often in areas of the country that were not suitable for farming. Bison, one of the Indians staple sources of food, also dwindled in numbers because migration and railroads pushed them away or many settlers killed and sold bison meat to other settlers. The help Grant had promised those Natives on the reservation, like food and education, often did not come and Natives were forced to figure it out

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    Kansas

    received 48,395 votes, about 10,000 more votes than its nearest competitor. The bobwhite quail and the cardinal finished 2nd and 3rd respectively. The magnificent American buffalo was recognized as the official animal symbol of Kansas in 1955. A male bison can weigh over 1800 pounds and is 6 feet tall at the shoulders. Buffalo once roamed the American prairie by the tens of millions and provided a way of life for the plains Indians. European settlers hunted buffalo to the brink of extinction. It is

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    Best Buffalo Meat

    Best Buffalo Bison Ranch About this Sample Entrepreneur Business Plan: The following sample NxLeveL Entrepreneur Business Plan was originally written by a class participant, and subsequently modified to protect proprietary information. As it is primarily a student’s work, it is not represented to be a “perfect” business plan, although the presentation is in keeping with the NxLeveL format and content. It can be used as a sample of what a business plan might contain, and as a model for constructing

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    Business/Management

    tickets? Which plan might be appropriate for sale of advertising? Why? In the sale of tickets we will use the team performance. The team performance will have a direct correlation to the sale of tickets. There are several tickets plan in the buffalo bisons to include but not limited to season tickets, family pack specials for 3, 4, etc., flex packs, pick-a-pack, group outings, etc. we will pitch the season ticket plan and promulgate to the topic that the experience of being a ticket holder has more

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    Cave of Forgotten Dreams

    on this impactful discovery. The cave has so many mysteries, which still have yet to be solved. Because of strict regulations to preserve the cave, there may be many more discoveries to be found. For example, we may find the whole painting of the bison-woman on a stone pendant. I had never heard of the Chauvet caves before class and never truly understood what stood in them. The film portrayed the cave to be quite majestic and huge in size. The images of the cave are all pretty amazing especially

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    the arms could be military rank, number of times he was in battle, or simply tattoos. • The art they created was mostly drawings and sculptures of animals. • Whenever they would paint animals, they did it from a profile view. This • “Bison with a Turned Head” (1- ) o Broken spear thrower. • A lot of the paintings they did were along cave walls and ceilings. • “Hall of Bulls” o Bulls floating on cave walls. o No sense of proportion.

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    Grizzly Bear Diets

    to lower terrain, away from the snow, to feed on this vegetation. Common spring food sources include ants, grasses, dandelion, clover, and other plants. The Grizzly diet consists with a significant amount of ungulate or hooved animals like elk and bison. Grizzly bears also dig up caches of nuts and pine seeds, stashed by pocket gophers and red squirrels from the previous fall. These inspiring giants tend to be solitary animals but at times they do congregate. Dramatic gatherings of grizzly bears can

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    The Big Bad Wolf

    order rather than dominance over it. The consequences of human actions involving the elimination of the gray wolf have been especially acute in Yellowstone National Park, where the lack of a natural predator has resulted in the overpopulation of bison, deer, and elk. According to Sharon Begley of Newsweek magazine, "Absent a natural predator, thousands of the ungulates have starved during tough winters, and there has been no selection pressure to keep deer fast and moose powerful" (53). Another

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    FOSSILS ARE AS WELL) | ABSOLUTE AGE RANGE (MYA) | MAJOR GEOLOGIC EVENTS | CENOZOIC | Quaternary | Evidence of Homo Sapiens Sapiens and early types of plants.Pleistocene conifers, mosses, flowering plants, insects, mollusks, birds, mammals (sloths, bison, sabre-toothed cats, mammoths, early human hunters). Diatoms, foraminifera, and plant pollen. | 1.8 MYA to today. | Yet the Holocene has witnessed all of humanity's recorded history and the rise and fall of all its civilizations. It was during the

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    Art of the Paleolithic

    stenciled on the walls of the cave. In some of the caves the prints appear to be made by children, while in other caves there seems to be a mixture of adult sized and children sized prints. Simple line drawings of animals such as mammoths, deer, bison, and aurochs (ancestors of the modern bovine) appear to be floating in empty space on the walls of the caves. In some caves, such as Chauvet, the animals are much more detailed, and shaded in such a way as to give them perspective and the illusion

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    Mc Group’s Vision and Mission

    quality of the material, the quality of the workmanship and to ensure the fit of apparel suits Asian sizes. * Flexibility - Mc has developed a wide range of products such as jeans wear, T-shirts, shirts, skirts, jackets, etc. under Mc, McLady, Bison, etc. at retail price ranges of Bt345-2,295/piece to capture demand in the low-to-mid and mid-to-high income segments which are large market groups in Thailand. MC’s products are in the same segments as Lee, Wrangler, Hara, Big John and some OEM brands

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    Sioux Indians

    Dakota area in the 1700’s. For more than 160 years, the Sioux Indians had a great deal of land in the plains to support the bison herds, during the time there were over 60 million bison in the Great Plains, and the Sioux Indians held a massive piece of land in the plains to support the bison herds which they hunted on these lands. In those times, there were over 60 million bison on the Great Plains and the Sioux Indians reigned over 80 million acres of land on the plains. The tribe had chiefs that

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    Writing on Stones

    Period. Around 1800 years ago, Blackfoot, one of the native people followed the great bison herds on foot and are believed that they were responsible for the Rock Art in late prehistoric period. In historic period, horses, guns, and metal on the northern plains arrived and were indicated the arrival of historic period. This can be proved from one of the petroglyphs showing a person on horseback, hunting a bison. Even though some of the rock art may be 3000 years old, the date of the first appearance

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    Nutrition and Diet Plan

    apple, etc.) * Read labels and packages of what you are consuming * Continue to educate yourself on trends and what is current (always learning) Sources of nutrition come from the following: * Lean protein – chicken breast, fish, turkey, bison, egg whites, lean red meat (sirloin), cottage cheese, skim milk, protein shakes (whey) * Good Carbs – brown rice, whole wheat pasta, fruit (but not too much at one sitting as this is sugar), whole grain cereals (no hydrogenated oils or high fructose

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    Water Crsis

    resource, rangeland, and animal populations in Wyoming. Another study, which looks at tree-ring records, suggests that a small, severe, and persistent drought from 1845 to 1856 may have played a large role in the disappearance of the North American bison (bison bison) from the Great Plains (Woodhouse et al. 2002). Other studies in the 1930's and 1950's found that grass in the shortgrass uplands was reduced, in some cases from 90% to 20%, even in ungrazed areas during the drought of the mid-nineteenth century

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    The Lakota

    healing the body but also healing the soul. That they must have brought the sickness on themselves by committing evil deeds. Purifying themselves and making offers to their gods was a common practice. There is a story telling of a women wearing a white bison skin and bringing the sacred pipe to the Lakota people. She showed the people how to perform the ritual properly and the offering that must be paid to their deity. The story is as follows, “a long time ago, during a time of famine, a woman appeared

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    Elasticity

    Topic: Price Elasticity of Demand 88) Suppose a rise of 8 percent in the price of bison meat in Saskatchewan reduces the consumption of bison meat by 24 percent. Such a price rise will induce consumers to spend A) more of their income on bison. B) the same amount of their income on bison as before. C) less of their income on bison. D) more on products that are complements of bison. E) zero dollars on bison meat. Answer: C Diff: 2 Type: MC Topic: Price Elasticity of Demand Use

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    North American Bison

    For centuries bison dominated the Great Plains of North America, playing a very essential part in shaping ecology. They have a curly long coat, a strong sense of smell and hearing, as well as poor eyesight. Bison are known for once being a lifeline for Native Americans, used for much of their food, shelter, and clothing. There is no other animal to cross the plains that is known more for their demise, than the North American bison. Bison traveled to the North American plains and filled the land

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    Alcohol Use and Native Americans

    * Noble Behavioral Health Choices Phone: (740) 732-5988 Address: 48 Olive Street Caldwell, OH 43724 Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-6:00pm White Bison, Inc. is an American Indian non-profit charitable organization based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Through White Bison, healing resources have been offered to Native America since 1988. White Bison offers sobriety, recovery, addictions prevention, and wellness learning resources to the Native American community nationwide. Many non-Native people

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    Diet Anyalsis

    omelet with mixed vegetables with whole wheat pita while during breakfast for lunch I had a Bison steak and brown rice and broccoli and for dinner I had a spinach salad with salmon fillet. On Saturdays I had a oatmeal with mixed berries with an apple during breakfast while for lunch I had a grilled chicken with sweet potato with broccoli and cauliflower mix. While for dinner I had a Garden salad with bison steak with broccoli. Lastly on Sunday I had bran cereal with mixed berries during lunch I had

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    Serertrt

    Function & significance: • Woman holding a bison horn, from Laussel, France o Date: o Medium, materials, and size/scale: o Stylistic characteristics: o Function & significance: • Two bison, reliefs in the cave at Le Tuc d’Audoubert, France o Date: o Medium, materials, and size/scale: o Stylistic characteristics: o Function & significance: • Bison licking its flank, fragmentary spear-thrower, from

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    American History Notes

    (believed to have come from Siberia) * Ice Age – a time lasting thousands of years during which the Earth was covered with ice and glaciers * The Paleo-Indian hunters had a favored prey of immense mammals such as mammoths, mastodons, and giant bison * The first people to arrive in the Americas arrived in small boats Paleo-Indians Adapt to Climate Change * The warming climate and the spread of the skilled Paleo-Indian hunters killed off the mammoths and other large mammals * Paleo-Indians

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    Mount Rushmore

    are only a few wild places left in this country and Custer State Park is one of them. Nearly 1,500 bison wander the parks with 71,000 acres, which they share with pronghorns, elk, mountain goats and burros. Travelers are free to explore the trail rides, scenic drives, mountain bikes, paddleboats, hayrides and safari tours. Each September, cowboys, cowgirls and park staff round up the park’s herd of bison. Where they are then moved to buffalo corrals along Wildlife Loop Road. Once they are in the corrals

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    Ask for Help

    * brother-in-law - brothers-in-law * sister-in-law - sisters-in-law * attorney-general - attorneys-general * secretary-general - secretaries general There are a number of animals that have the same singular and plural form: * bison - bison * deer - deer * moose - moose * sheep - sheep * swine - swine There are also some animal names that form the plural the same as the singular or use the s or es form: * antelope - antelope or antelopes quail - quail or quails

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    The Red River Rebellion

    upon the needs of the Hudson Bay Company. However, the depleting bison number, the failing crops and the near extinction of fur-bearing animals all disturbed the fragile balance that existed within the colony as well as aided the decline of the Hudson Bay Company. With all the economic problems mentioned above, the majority of the populace of the Red River Settlement had lost their main source of livelihood. For example, the bison hunt provided the Metis of their main income and profoundly relied

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    Colombian Exchange

    the potato that a diseased crop led to the devastating Irish Potato Famine. The first European import, the horse, changed the lives of many Native American tribes on the Great Plains, allowing them to shift to a nomadic lifestyle based on hunting bison on horseback. Tomato sauce, made from New World tomatoes, became an Italian trademark, while coffee from Africa and sugar cane from Asia became the main crops of extensive Latin American plantations. Also the chili / Paprika from South America was

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    Environmental Ethics

    called economic progress. Along with economic prosperity, individualistic ethics have encouraged some ruthless behavior towards the environment for example, American cowboys who killed the native people, raped the land, and nearly extinguished the bison, this is the behavior of humans towards the environment (Kristin, 1991). Humans badly needed resources coming from the environment, they need to be healthy. Health, however, is not simply a matter of biology from the skin-in. Environmental health,

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    Big Bison Report

    Big Bison Resort D**** N******* N****** College Submitted in class and online BUA 260 Principles of Management March 26, 2015 Spring Semester 2015 Address: ******************* N******, SC, 29*** Email: ****************** Instructor ******* Parks Abstract: 1. The Big Bison Resort is part of a huge chain of water parks, indoor, that have well trained and enthusiastic employees that care about their jobs. The CEO of Big Bison Resorts is Janette Briggs, she has been

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    Red River

    they put the Catholic Church always at the center of the community. 2. Lawrence Clark and the Bison Hunt of 1875 were both big factors that led to the laws of St. Laurent and Metis independence. Lawrence Clark lowered the standard of living of the Metis, which led them to rely on the government for everything. He only offered part time work, and paid them as little as possible, and all the bison was eliminated so they could not make pemmican to survive. This led to the hunt of 1875, when a

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    Agronomy Thinker Session

    an 858 acre bison farm. Mikes family started with beef cattle, and tried to manage them like bison, grazing them year around. This didn’t work, and they lost quite a few calves. Mike had an “Epiphany” and asked his parents if they could sell the cattle and buy a herd of bison. Since they’ve had the bison, they have been very successful. They have seeded prairie grass, attempting to make the most natural home for the bison. Mike believes that the more natural the environment for the bison is, the better

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    Agsmanagement

    à l’analyse des trois produits (La dinde, le bison et l’agneau), l’analyse de la marge sur cout variables et du nombre d’heure-machine requis pour chaque produits indique que l’agneau à une MCV/H-M la plus élevé de 1,20$ , suivit de près du bison 1,19$ , tandis que la dinde dégage un ratio de 0,30$ ( voir l’analyse de la situation actuelle à l’ANNEXE 1) . Cette analyse nous permet de conclure que la capacité priorisera la demande de l’agneau , du bison et de la dinde respectivement. Les ventes projetée

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    Conservation and Preservation

    remained untouched for public resources; (2) The possible resources would include oil and gas that would make us self sufficient; New technology for friendly development. (3) Land of wild habitat, very few signs of modern living, free range of Bison herds, and some would think that new development would block critical life of migration roots.

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    Legislation Legacy Checkpoint

    within the tribe and its devastating consequences to Native Americans is a critical issue. Several tribes are working endlessly in order to alter the methamphetamine situation, in which it seems to be making much improvement. In April, 2009, White Bison, the National Indian Health Board, and the Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest co-sponsored the conference “Taking a Stand Against Meth: Recovery Is Possible.” This held conference was a seminar featuring “what’s working”,

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    Environmental Science

    specific list of species that are endangered. This law requires that these agencies ensure that all species on that list are to never be compromised in any way such as: importing, exporting, hunting, etc. In the 1900s, when it was realized that bison and a bird in North America called the Passenger Pigeon were going missing, it was determined that something had to be done to protect the wildlife. As this issue was looked upon, it was found that millinery and pesticides were a major cause of animal

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    The Impact of European Colonization in North America on Native Americans

    caught speaking their native language they were severely punished (Marr, 2012). When the colonists came they also brought with them horses, gun, alcohol, and different tools. However, the horses and guns improved the Indians ability to hunt and made bison hunting a little less dangerous. When the alcohol was introduced, many Native Americans turned to alcoholism. Conversely, the different tools that the Europeans used to trade with the Indians made it easier for the native to cook and cultivate the

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