This Project is about the Chicago Blackhawks that are a team that went through the 20th century facing Discrimination about the use of the name of an American Indian
Boston was physically shaped as a result of first and second nature. Boston’s location was primarily a result of first nature, and during the early nineteenth century, second nature led Bostonians to manually reshaped the landscape by cutting down Beacon Hill to fill in tidal regions in order to create the city they had and continued to envision.
The most radical land-fill operation carried out in Boston was that of the Back Bay, which symbolized “Boston’s wealth and optimism in the late 1850’s and the pride and ambition of her civic leaders.”
The Lowell Mills of Massachusetts portrayed a new vision of mills defined by nature and green spaces that were seen as sources for moral guidance.