Historical Immigration into the United States

Part 1 1790 Naturalization Law This was a law that established the first rules of naturalization in the United States and determined who would be citizens of the United States of America. Only free white persons with good character who have been living in the U.S. for a period of two years qualifi...

The Meiji Restoration

The following essay discusses the Meiji Era and its definitive effect on Japan and its course of history. It seeks to investigate the historical background of the Tokugawa period that precipitated the Meiji restoration. It will also outline the features of the restoration that could place it on the ...

Pacific Islanders’ Health History

Unbelievable and long history of Pacific Islanders began in Southeast Asia many years ago, when people decided to leave the Indonesian archipelago and migrate to islands near the Pacific Ocean. They sailed in large canoes, which could contain up to 200 passengers. Since ancestors of today’s Polyne...