In wex we recorded our final papers as podcasts. The podcast was hard to make because I had to edit it and cut and paste parts of it.
The first arbor day was celebrated in April 10, 1872 in Nebraska. About 1 million trees were planted that day. Arbor day celebrates trees. People plant and care for trees on that day. Julius Sterling Morton invented arbor day. Because there were a lack of trees at the time that's when they started Arbor day. He was born on April 22, 1832. He died on April 27, 1902. Julius Sterling Morton's son was the founder of "Morton Salt".
Living things use water by swimming in a pool. One more way we use water is that we clean our selves using water. Also Plants need water to survive if the average flower doesn't get water every 4 days or so, it will start to die. Another thing is that We drink water every day. Also if an average fish doesn't get water in 30 seconds to one and a half minutes i
The British colonies had a very big population early on. A couple years later there were around 4 million people. Some people came from France, Germany, Holland, Sweden and England. Most of the people worked as farmers. The land was fertile so plants grew well. Most people in the New England had small patches of rockey soil.
I think captains should have limits with power. If they don't, crew members might get punished too much and might get majorly hurt or die. Captains should only be able to punish people by whipping when not listening or being disrespectful for more than three times. Some captains punish people for just talking back once.
Also I think that captains should not be able to punish people by death. If they do I think they should be sentenced to seven years in jail for murder. But, if punished too much but not killed the captain should be stripped of his duty as captain. If he does not punish someone to much he can stay captain until he retires.