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The African-American Struggle for Civil RightsThe African-American Struggle for Civil Rights
This theme explores the struggle of African-Americans to obtain social and political equality in the United States
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January, 2011 Second Quarter Extended Writing Historical InvestigationsJanuary, 2011 Second Quarter Extended Writing Historical Investigations
See Section 1: Grading, Item 6 for details on the format and grading of this task
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Welcome to the Archives of The North Carolina Heritage FoundationWelcome to the Archives of The North Carolina Heritage Foundation
Given at the 13th Annual Gettysburg Banquet of the J. E. B. Stuart Camp, scv, Philadelphia on 03 November 2007
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The freedmen\The freedmen's bureau by W. E. Burghardt Du Bois The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the colorline
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Analyze the constraints that both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis faced as the Civil War began and describe how they dealt with them in order to prosecute the war
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SS8H6b Internet Activity InstructionsSS8H6b Internet Activity Instructions
Instructions: Use the website links to find the information needed to complete the items
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Chapter 17 Review U. S. History Vocabulary Battle of FredericksburgChapter 17 Review U. S. History Vocabulary Battle of Fredericksburg
The North’s one official goal at the start of the war was to keep the Union together
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The Civil War ended in 1865. Why did Lincoln decide to free the slaves before the war even ended?The Civil War ended in 1865. Why did Lincoln decide to free the slaves before the war even ended?
In the Constitution it says, “all men are created equal”. If African Americans remain slaves the essence of the Constitution is not being applied to all who are within the United States
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Civil war, americanCivil war, american
United States of America (the Union) and 11 secessionist Southern states, organized as the Confederate States of America (the Confederacy). In the South, the conflict is also known as the War Between the States
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Civil War Stations Documents #1 The Gettysburg AddressCivil War Stations Documents #1 The Gettysburg Address
What did the heroes do when the “life of the land was threatened by the slaver’s cruel greed”?
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Changing Reasons for the North\Changing Reasons for the North's Involvement in the Civil War
President based on a promise to end slavery. In fact, it was just the opposite. He promised to leave slavery alone in the South. However, Lincoln wanted to prevent slavery from extending to any free state or any of the territories
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Potential Quiz Chapter 21 Multiple ChoicePotential Quiz Chapter 21 Multiple Choice
Arrange the following in chronological order: (A) the Battle of Bull Run, (B) the Battle of Gettysburg, (C) Lee's surrender at Appomattox, and (D) the Battle of Antietam
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Read the following paragraphs about the events that led up to, and the effects of the Emancipation Proclamation and fill out the cause and effect chartRead the following paragraphs about the events that led up to, and the effects of the Emancipation Proclamation and fill out the cause and effect chart
History tells a story of events – these events can serve as causes of other events, effects from the previous event, or both. As readers of history
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Chapter 21 The Furnace of Civil War I. Bull Run Ends the “Ninety-Day War”Chapter 21 The Furnace of Civil War I. Bull Run Ends the “Ninety-Day War”
The atmosphere was like that of a sporting event, as spectators gathered in picnics to watch
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Chapter 21—The Furnace of Civil War, 1861-1865 short answerChapter 21—The Furnace of Civil War, 1861-1865 short answer
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