History

ctnuser4 on May 17th, 2009

George Washington a notorious hero of the American Revolutionary War, commander in chief of the Continental Army, and president of the Constitutional Convention became the first President of the United States under the new U.S. establishment. The Whiskey Rebellion in 1794, when settlers in the Monongahela River valley of western Pennsylvania protested against a central […]

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ctnuser4 on February 17th, 2009

The Canadian petroleum industry occurred parallel with that of the United States. Because of geography, geology, the resources and the patterns of Canada unique of regulation, however, developed it itself in rather several manners. The evolution of the crude sector a very important factor in the history of Canada has been, and the aid illustrates […]

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ctnuser4 on October 21st, 2008

Canada is an important producer of natural gas, petroleum, coal and electricity, and is a main supplier of oil, gas and electricity to the United States and coal to Asia, Europe and Latin America. However it is both an importer and exporter of coal, petroleum and petroleum products because it’s most important coal and oil […]

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ctnuser4 on October 19th, 2008

Canada is an important producer of natural gas, petroleum, coal and electricity, and is a major supplier of oil, gas and electricity to the United States and coal to Asia, Europe and Latin America. However it is both an importer and exporter of coal, petroleum and petroleum products because its major coal and oil fields […]

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ctnuser4 on June 4th, 2008

Why we could not yet solve the mysteries of Pyramids and mummies of Egypt. This is probably because that the ancient Egypt civilization doesn’t exist any more. Egypt was not a small civilization to end so suddenly. There must have been some reason for that. Egyptian civilization was considered the first great civilization of the […]

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ctnuser4 on March 19th, 2008

No doubt every one likes the perfume but their flavors may be different. Now let me explain the history of perfumes. Islamic cultures contributed considerably in the development of western perfumery in both perfecting the taking out of delicate scent through steam distillation and introducing new raw components. Both of the raw ingredients and distillation […]

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