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African American cultureAfrican American culture
African Americans as "people having origins in any of the Black race groups of Africa."[1] African American culture is indigenous to the descendants in the U. S. of survivors of the Middle Passage
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A fight for Freedom For hundreds of yearsA fight for Freedom For hundreds of years
African Americans have struggled to be treated as equals in the United States. Many were forced to come to the United States as enslaved people. Over time, many Americans saw this was wrong and fought hard to end slavery
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How does this relate to your topic table for each topic. Does this relate to my topic? Yes no how?How does this relate to your topic table for each topic. Does this relate to my topic? Yes no how?
Directions: As your classmates are going through each topic, answer the questions they have written for you (if applicable) and fill out the How does this relate to your topic table for each topic
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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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The History of United States Immigration LawThe History of United States Immigration Law
Colonization of the United States by European settlers marked the first wave of immigration to the continent. Relations with Native Americans fluctuated
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Song one: I had a dreamSong one: I had a dream
We will not stand to be slaves to the crown. Come on, it’s time to tear them down
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Lincoln’s Second Inaugural AddressLincoln’s Second Inaugural Address
January 1, 1863, it only applied to those states that had seceded from the Union and the news will not reach Texas until June 19, 1865
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The Emancipation ProclamationThe Emancipation Proclamation
The Emancipation Proclamation. Emancipation Proclamation 2009. Masterfile premier. Web. 3 Oc
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Advantages during the Civil War (228-229) Confederacy advantagesAdvantages during the Civil War (228-229) Confederacy advantages
List the four border states and tell how Lincoln wanted to get them to stay in the Union (230)
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North/Union vs the South/ Confederacy. The war was fought between the years 1861-1865North/Union vs the South/ Confederacy. The war was fought between the years 1861-1865
The sides of the American Civil War were the North/Union vs the South/ Confederacy
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Civil War Battles SummaryCivil War Battles Summary
The war was fought between the northern and southern states, also known as the Union and the Confederacy, and ended on April 9, 1865, when Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant in the town of Appomattox Court House
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Virginia and United States History—Standards of LearningVirginia and United States History—Standards of Learning
United States and Virginia history. Students should use historical and geographical analysis skills to explore in depth the events, people, and ideas that fostered our national identity and led to our country’s prominence in world affairs
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Reconstruction Common AssessmentReconstruction Common Assessment
Multiple Choice Questions (30 questions, each worth 2 points)--please select the best answer to each question
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History and Geography Unit Organizer The Civil War 2nd Grade: Allen, Meister, and Siemens SummaryHistory and Geography Unit Organizer The Civil War 2nd Grade: Allen, Meister, and Siemens Summary
Red Cross and “The Angel of the Battlefield”. Students will identify Abraham Lincoln as the country’s president during the war and understand his commitment to keeping the Union together
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U. S. History Unit 1 The following pages contain items that can be used for formative assessments. The items provided in this document are intended to aid the teacher in measuring student progress. The items corresU. S. History Unit 1 The following pages contain items that can be used for formative assessments. The items provided in this document are intended to aid the teacher in measuring student progress. The items corres
QualityCore course objectives. The items are intended to help teachers measure student progress and determine whether a student or group of students needs additional instruction on particular skills or concepts
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