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The Battle of OkinawaThe Battle of Okinawa
Okinawa was to prove a bloody battle even by the standards of the war in the Far East but it was to be one of the major battles of World War Two
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Vocabulary: Battle of Bull Run – first major battle of the Civil War, fought in Virginia in 1861Vocabulary: Battle of Bull Run – first major battle of the Civil War, fought in Virginia in 1861
Despite hopes for a quick victory, both northerners and southerners soon learned that they were in for a long, difficult struggle
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Attack on Fort SumterAttack on Fort Sumter
First armed conflict of the Civil War. The attack lasted 24 hours. Anderson was forced to surrender to Confederate troops. By firing on federal property, President Lincoln had no choice but to declare the South in open rebellion
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150 years ago the battle of Gettysburg July 1, 2013 Ralph Mann150 years ago the battle of Gettysburg July 1, 2013 Ralph Mann
Pennsylvania called Gettysburg. Two days later the seemingly invincible army of Northern Virginia was defeated, forced to go back to Virginia
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Civil War Battle Stations Bull Run / Manassas (July, 1861)Civil War Battle Stations Bull Run / Manassas (July, 1861)
Early in the war, President Lincoln called for an attack on western Virginia. He believed that an attack at Manassas, so close to Richmond, would discourage secessionists and severely hurt the Confederate ability to fight
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The Round Tablette January 2007 Volume 15 Number 5The Round Tablette January 2007 Volume 15 Number 5
Happy New Year and welcome to the Dr. Harold C. Deutsch World War Two History Roundtable. Tonight we welcome back author and historian, Dennis Showalter. His topic is: The Battle of Stalingrad; Turning the Tide on the Russian Front
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The Civil War From Nat Turner to Birth of a Nation Timeline 1777The Civil War From Nat Turner to Birth of a Nation Timeline 1777
Vermont ratifies a Constitution outlawing slavery. It is the first antislavery constitution in history
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English 1101-003 Oral Literacy ProjectEnglish 1101-003 Oral Literacy Project
God for the new country and the establishment of the new government after the Revolutionary War during a time of peace and prosperity
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Lesson 23 (2 days) Do Now: Think about the following questionsLesson 23 (2 days) Do Now: Think about the following questions
What happened at the battle at Lexington & Concord? Did the Americans give up after these battles?
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Group #2 – Chinese Immigration & Working in the MinesGroup #2 – Chinese Immigration & Working in the Mines
Like the Americans and the Europeans, the Chinese were lured to California by the prospects of rich mines and high wages. In the mining camps, already overcrowded, the reception to the Chinese was usually hostile
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Sample Assessment ItemsSample Assessment Items
Remember formative assessment is to be given throughout the teaching of a standard to help you guide your instruction based on students needs. A good formative assessment should have a mix of multiple choice as well as open ended
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Chapter 5: Civil War Test Multiple ChoiceChapter 5: Civil War Test Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question
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Battle Strategies of the Civil WarBattle Strategies of the Civil War
Civil War. “In the spring of 1861, President Lincoln and General Winfield Scott planned the Union’s War strategy.”(Hart page 308) The Union’s battle strategies have begun
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Battle Cries and Freedom SongsBattle Cries and Freedom Songs
Overall main idea: Between 1862-1865, the Union’s eventual victory in the American Civil War abolished slavery, lifted the Northern economy, divided society, and devastated the South
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Chapter 16 ga in the Civil WarChapter 16 ga in the Civil War
In early 1861, ga joined with other southern states in a confederation whose main purpose became fighting a war to be independent from the us
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