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The Justification of Manifest Destiny as Seen Through William Cullen Bryant’s “The Prairies”

While it is obvious that romanticist poet William Cullen Bryant’s “The Prairies” cultivates a certain image of the mistreatment of Native Americans during the early 1800s, the poem may also be trying to send its targeted audience a message in response to the economic and political debates regarding moving west. 1,051 more words

American History

Manifest Destiny

There’s something that calls the East to the West,
an unspoken command that makes us move and expand—
a manifest destiny impossible to suppress.

The horizon– incessant in need– implores, 40 more words

Original Work

Review - Manifest Destiny Vol. 3 TP (Image Comics)

Publisher: Image Comics
Writer: Chris Dingess
Artist(s): Matthew Roberts, Stefano Gaudiano, Tony Akins, Owen Gieni, Pat Brosseau
Release Date: 3rd February, 2016 552 more words


Latin America's Destiny: Delany vs. Walker

By the middle of the 19th century, the United States government had spread its tentacles from the shores of the Atlantic Ocean all the way to the Pacific Ocean. 1,076 more words

The Revenant

I thought about this post for a couple of weeks, the length of time since I saw the movie

The movie was excellent. How do I know it was excellent? 348 more words


Official Government Seals and Their Painful Mythologies

We have been reviewing art in state capitols and the hidden stories of domination and conquest, and one of the interesting sub-genres are the artwork and mottoes on state seals. 1,419 more words


Finding your tribe; a manifestation post.

I took a creative visualization course yesterday. I actually jumped out of bed, into the truck and drove to the other side of town for it. 958 more words