Presentation on theme: "Dear Charlotte, I am having a great time in Athens. How are things in Oklahoma? I am having so much fun exploring the city of Athens. Tomorrow I am leaving."— Presentation transcript:
Dear Charlotte, I am having a great time in Athens. How are things in Oklahoma? I am having so much fun exploring the city of Athens. Tomorrow I am leaving for London! See you soon, Stacy Charlotte Mortimer 400 Ponca Ave Norman, OK copyright 2010 Maui Printing and Design Co. The population of Athens is 772,072.
Dear Tracy, How are things in Oklahoma? I really wish you could be here with me. It is so amazing here. I had a wonderful time touring the city. Tomorrow I am leaving to go to Paris! See you soon, Stacy Tracy Gibson Teacher of the Year Longfellow Middle School 415 N. Ponca Norman, OK copyright 2010 Maui Printing and Design Co. Big Ben was built in 1858/9 the bell was named after one Sir Benjamin Hall and when it was cast it was Britain's heaviest bell.
1/11/2011 Hey Griff, I am having a great time in Pisa, Italy! How are things at Longfellow back in good ol Oklahoma? We are having so much fun exploring the city of Pisa. Tomorrow we are leaving for Venice. See you soon, Stacy and copyright 2010 Maui Printing and Design Co. Coach Jeff Griffith C/o Longfellow Middle School 215 N. Ponca Ave Norman, OK The Tower of Pisa is the bell tower of the Cathedral.
Dear Joey, Oh how I wish you could have come with us to Ireland. Its awesome here. The castles would be perfect for a wedding! (Hint) Jenny acts like shes in heaven. We are taking a day off tomorrow to visit some local shops and pubs. Love you and see you soon. Copyright 2005 Sarafoxs Printing and Design Co. Joey Johnson 507 Ponca Dr. Norman, Ok The Potato Famine was caused in 1847 from a lack of foresight of a world revolving into an industrial society where agricultural remained the main source of the Irish economy. A combination of greedy landlords and the controlling English Government's dramatic reduction in Irish agricultural investments, primarily potatoes, led to increased unemployment and poverty resulting in to tens-of-thousands of victims developing typhus diseases and many of these dying, forcing many others to migrate, primarily to America, reducing the Irish population to 6.5 million by 1951 down from 8 million in 1841.
Dear Lindsey, Its so pretty here and Im learning so much! They have a lot of Irish sayings! We found a gift shop with logos and limericks on these tiny glasses. I cant afford to buy them, so Ive been writing them down. I will let you read them when I get back. Wish you were here, but at least I am. See you in a couple of weeks... Copyright 2010 Foxs Printing and Design Lindsay Clark 2247 Hillcrest Drive Adatown, OK Relics from the Stone Age lead to the conclusion that Ireland is 8,000 years old, the first settlers probably traveling from Scandinavia to Scotland (at that time England was still linked by land to northern Europe) then across what was a narrow sea gap to Ireland.