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Communism The German philosopher Karl MarxCommunism The German philosopher Karl Marx
The German philosopher Karl Marx invented modern socialism in the 1800s as a reaction to the working-class poverty of the Industrial Revolution. His slogan was, Workers of the world unite!
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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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Frederick Jackson Turner, The Significance of the Frontier in American HistoryFrederick Jackson Turner, The Significance of the Frontier in American History
P to and including 1880 the country had a frontier of settlement, but at present the unsettled area has been so broken into by isolated bodies of settlement that there can hardly be said to be a frontier line” This brief official statement marks the closing of a
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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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American Discovery and ColonizationAmerican Discovery and Colonization
The most influential figure in the rise of Portuguese maritime strength was Henry the Navigator
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The roaring twentiesThe roaring twenties
United States. It was also a decade on which American government experimented with new approaches to public policy. That was why contemporaries liked to refer to the 1920s as the “New Era” – an age in which America was becoming a modern
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The New England Colonies one american’s storyThe New England Colonies one american’s story
Squanto returned to America in 1619. There he discovered that his Pawtuxet tribe had been wiped out by disease in the years 1616–1618. In 1621, Squanto set about helping the English plant corn, beans, and pumpkins on tribal lands
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Unit 1: Exploration and Colonial AmericaUnit 1: Exploration and Colonial America
Identify the motives that led Puritans to New England and the colonies they founded
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But we’re American… the presence of American exceptionalism in the speeches of George W. BushBut we’re American… the presence of American exceptionalism in the speeches of George W. Bush
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Chapter 17 Exploration: Europe, the Americas, and Africa Chapter PreviewChapter 17 Exploration: Europe, the Americas, and Africa Chapter Preview
This chapter will examine European exploration in North America, South America, and Africa
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Table of Contents Early Explorations of the AmericasTable of Contents Early Explorations of the Americas
This curriculum supports the attainment of the following Grade 5 History-Social Science Standards for California Public Schools and Common Core State Standards
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“Important Information” means notes, “Summarize Paragraph”“Important Information” means notes, “Summarize Paragraph”
As you read through this article, please high-light, circle, and/or underline important sentences, phrases or key words. “Important Information” means notes
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Progressive Era (from abc-clio)Progressive Era (from abc-clio)
Primarily, though, the Progressives can be characterized as middle-class, white American men and women who shared a concern about threats to society. The source of those threats, they believed
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The american revlutionThe american revlution
The American Revolution: Lesson 1 Geography and History Activity: The War for Indpendence
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American revolution study guideAmerican revolution study guide
Why do historians consider the Proclamation of 1763 a cause of the American Revolution? (What did it do?) It prevented colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains. This represented the beginning of the rights of the colonists being
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