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Chapter 5 The Federalist Era Lesson 1Chapter 5 The Federalist Era Lesson 1
On April 6, 1789, George Washington was elected the first president of the new nation
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Sourcepack for a course on the atomic bombSourcepack for a course on the atomic bomb
It also includes philosophical and critical approaches to this material. The units are designed so that they may be expanded, contracted, or eliminated to meet the needs of a particular course. Each unit contains a rationale
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Washington’s presidency – Ch. 10 of The American Pageant, “Launching the Ship of State,” pp. 190-199 Overall main ideaWashington’s presidency – Ch. 10 of The American Pageant, “Launching the Ship of State,” pp. 190-199 Overall main idea
Overall main idea: The U. S. federal government and its economy was strengthened under Washington’s term, but was also divided by Hamilton’s economic plans and the French Revolution
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Australian wwii war Brides of American Servicemen: Myths, Stereotypes And RealitiesAustralian wwii war Brides of American Servicemen: Myths, Stereotypes And Realities
It is estimated (Bolton, 1991; Moore, 1981; Potts & Strauss, 1987; Potts & Potts, 1985) that between twelve and fifteen thousand young Australian women married American servicemen, leaving families
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The Presidency of John AdamsThe Presidency of John Adams
Focus Question: How did problems with France intensify the split between the Federalists and Republicans?
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The cherokee during the revolutionary warThe cherokee during the revolutionary war
Cherokee had become allies with the British during these troubled times. However, the British -cherokee alliance was also sorely tested during the Seven Years' War
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Hitler becomes Chancellor, even though over 70 percent of Germany did not vote for himHitler becomes Chancellor, even though over 70 percent of Germany did not vote for him
Er. This particular image is from a popular postcard. The photo also appeared widely in both the German and international press. Hitler appears in civilian dress, bowing in deference to the heavily decorated von Hindenburg
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A century of Imperial War (1689-1763) The Rise of the AssembliesA century of Imperial War (1689-1763) The Rise of the Assemblies
British government: colonial governors paralleled the king; American councils (advisers to the governor) paralleled the House of Lords; and colonial assemblies
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Chapter 24 Chapter OutlineChapter 24 Chapter Outline
Soviet Union. To counter the perceived Soviet threat, U. S. leaders engaged in a globalist, interventionist foreign policy and engendered an atmosphere within the nation in which dissenters of the Cold War consensus were discredited and debate over foreign policy
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