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Introduction to Capitalization and Spelling

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On monday, in san antonio, texas, there was a pyschic fare held at the site of the alamo were Texans fought to oste Mexican control back in 1836, as people no from history 101. General santa anna overtook the Fort killing all the man which resulted in the battel cry “Remember the Alamo” and propelling the effort to win the west for the united states and american settlement. Interestingly, a couple of Months earlier in december Two Thousand miles away to the east in Florida at bushnell, their had been another massacer: the Dade massacre. Everyday at the Full Moon Fare, they’re were palm readers and tarot card readers. At one booth, their was a young woman who’s Grandmother claimed to communicate with davey Crockett and jim Bowie who were killed at the Battle of the alamo. At another, Dr. Knows All, who was not an actual Doctor, claimed to have Out-of-Body experiences where his Spirit hovered over the Brooklyn bridge. Many had a hard time excepting these claims. Others didn’t know weather or not they were true. Janice Ortega, a Professor, said there should of been more attractions. Every body said, “Its been fun.”

Introduction to Capitalization and Spelling

Now, read it with proper capitalization and spelling:

On Monday, in San Antonio, Texas, there was a psychic fair held at the site of the Alamo where Texans fought to oust Mexican control back in 1836, as people know from History 101. General Santa Anna overtook the fort killing all the men which resulted in the battle cry “Remember the Alamo” and propelling the effort to win the West for the United States and American settlement. Interestingly, a couple of months earlier in December two thousand miles away to the east in Florida at Bushnell, there had been another massacre: the Dade Massacre. Every day at the Full Moon Fair, there were palm readers and Tarot card readers. At one booth, there was a young woman whose grandmother claimed to communicate with Davey Crockett and Jim Bowie who were killed at the Battle of the Alamo. At another, Dr. Knows All, who was not an actual doctor, claimed to have out-of-body experiences where his spirit hovered over the Brooklyn Bridge. Many had a hard time accepting these claims. Others didn’t know whether or not they were true. Janice Ortega, a professor, said there should have been more attractions. Everybody said, “It’s been fun.”