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Westward Expansion Part I: The West before Europeans When Lewis & ClarkWestward Expansion Part I: The West before Europeans When Lewis & Clark
Some tribes were peaceful and lived in harmony with their neighbors, while some tribes practiced warfare as a way of life. The tribes of North America are so diverse that the only trait that they all share is that they lived in America long before
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Lesson overviewLesson overview
This lesson will discuss the reasons why immigrants traveled to America and how they then traveled across the Appalachian Mountains and three famous expeditions that helped open the West for settlers
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Unit 5 Toward Independence: Setting the Stage Revolution in the ColoniesUnit 5 Toward Independence: Setting the Stage Revolution in the Colonies
In this unit, you will learn why some colonists wanted to replace British rule with an independent government. You will also learn about the long, difficult struggle to gain that independence
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Colonial Society on the Eve of RevolutionColonial Society on the Eve of Revolution
Overall main idea: Life in colonial America included a growing diverse population, social mobility, agricultural-based economy, slow travel and a revival of Christianity
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Unit four colonization and Conflict \"One today is worth two tomorrows.\"Unit four colonization and Conflict "One today is worth two tomorrows."
The words above, written by an industrious colonist named Benjamin Franklin, described how many English colonists felt about settling and building new homes in North America. The colonists faced many hardships
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The Louisiana Purchase and Exploration one american’s storyThe Louisiana Purchase and Exploration one american’s story
In 1790, Captain Robert Gray became the first American to sail around the world. Two years later, Gray explored a harbor in what is now Washington state. This harbor was later named Gray’s Harbor
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The French and Indian War one american’s storyThe French and Indian War one american’s story
Pickawillany, in present-day Ohio. His reason: the Miami people who lived there had stopped trading with the French and were now trading with the British. Charles and his men destroyed the village’s British trading post and killed the
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Name Causes of the American RevolutionName Causes of the American Revolution
Four colonies--virginia, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Massachusetts--each claimed parts of the Ohio Valley just won from France. Each based its case on a royal charter drafted before anyone knew much about American geography
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All America Looks Up to Virginia;” Virginia and the Declaration of IndependenceAll America Looks Up to Virginia;” Virginia and the Declaration of Independence
Virginia in the crucial years leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. We hope his paper will serve as an educational resource for teachers and all those interested in knowing more about this extremely important part of Virginia and
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Defining us: The American ExperienceDefining us: The American Experience
Essential Learning: Students will examine the causes of dissatisfaction that led to the American Revolution
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Test alert chapter 1 Test Date: This is the study guide for the chapter 1 social studies test. Use this study guide to prepare for the test at homeTest alert chapter 1 Test Date: This is the study guide for the chapter 1 social studies test. Use this study guide to prepare for the test at home
This is the study guide for the chapter 1 social studies test. Use this study guide to prepare for the test at home. Two extra credit points will be awarded if the completed study guide, with parent signature
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The Trail of Tears In the early 1800s, the Cherokee tried to assimilate, along with their neighbors the Choctaws, Creeks, Chickasaws and Seminoles. Most of the leaders were convinced that to survive they would have to adopt white waysThe Trail of Tears In the early 1800s, the Cherokee tried to assimilate, along with their neighbors the Choctaws, Creeks, Chickasaws and Seminoles. Most of the leaders were convinced that to survive they would have to adopt white ways
S, Sequoyah invented a Cherokee syllabary that translated the sounds of Cherokee language into written symbols. The tribe began publishing a newspaper. They adopted a constitutional government based on the model of the United States
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History and Social Science Standards of Learning Enhanced Scope and SequenceHistory and Social Science Standards of Learning Enhanced Scope and Sequence
Beverly M. Thurston, Coordinator, History and Social Science, International Education
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History and Social Science Standards of Learning Enhanced Scope and SequenceHistory and Social Science Standards of Learning Enhanced Scope and Sequence
Beverly M. Thurston, Coordinator, History and Social Science, International Education
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Federalists and RepublicansFederalists and Republicans
West. The new government faced special challenges in foreign affairs, including the War of 1812 with Great Britain. After the war, a spirit of nationalism took hold in American society
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