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Unit 11: political developments in the early republic setting the stage: launching the new republicUnit 11: political developments in the early republic setting the stage: launching the new republic
Great Britain, and the election of the nation’s first western president. In addition, transportation links had been built, and many of the nation’s American Indians had been relocated west of the Mississippi River
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America: The Story of Us Episode: \"Revolution\"America: The Story of Us Episode: "Revolution"
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Revolutionary War and Declaration of Independence pass reviewRevolutionary War and Declaration of Independence pass review
The British Parliament said that the debt should be paid by the American colonists whose lands the British had been defending. Colonists believed the King or Parliament did not have the right to impose taxes and they resisted
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Name The Hellenic Age of Ancient GreeceName The Hellenic Age of Ancient Greece
The brief era of rebirth following the Dark Ages was known as the of the
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The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara Plot SummaryThe Killer Angels by Michael Shaara Plot Summary
Gettysburg. It is a groundbreaking novel that should be required reading for anyone who wants to truly understand the complex war between the states that was the American Civil War
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Eighth Grade American History Westward Expansion Study Guide: People Battle of San JacintoEighth Grade American History Westward Expansion Study Guide: People Battle of San Jacinto
Battle of San Jacinto: The final battle of the Texas Revolution; resulted in the defeat of the Mexican army and independence for Texas
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Chapter 6 Review with Answers What year did the British surrender at Yorktown ?Chapter 6 Review with Answers What year did the British surrender at Yorktown ?
How was the British defeated by the Americans and French at the Battle of Yorktown ?
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Chpt 5/6-american revolution test reviewChpt 5/6-american revolution test review
Women, much like men, are just as deserving of inalienable rights, remember this men, as you declare independence. John Adams’ wife would probably agree with the previous statement. What was her name?
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Name periodName period
There are many characters in Beowulf, and it is important for you to be able to recognize each of them. Because the number of characters if so extensive, the list is not inclusive
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Iran Hostage CrisisIran Hostage Crisis
After the Iranian hostage crisis (1979–1981), the walls of the former U. S. embassy in Tehran were covered in mostly anti-American murals
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December 25 1776: The Battle of TrentonDecember 25 1776: The Battle of Trenton
Hessians occupying Trenton, New Jersey. The Hessians surrender quickly, as many of them are drunk from Christmas Eve festivities and are in no condition to fight
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Julius Caesar Conclusion Graphic OrganizerJulius Caesar Conclusion Graphic Organizer
Instructions: Read the material provided in the lesson. Answer the questions below
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By: Alex St. ClairBy: Alex St. Clair
Cuba was owned by America. Along with other interests, America sided with Cuba in the revolt against the Spanish. The main causes of the Spanish American War included the Cuban’s want for revolution, the use of yellow journalism
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Asian Art Museum uc berkeley History-Social Science Project 2012 Medieval Japan Summer InstituteAsian Art Museum uc berkeley History-Social Science Project 2012 Medieval Japan Summer Institute
How did medieval Japan's acts of borrowing from other parts of Asia shape their culture?
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Veritas Classical School 5th/6th Grade Assignment Sheet #9 Angela PhelanVeritas Classical School 5th/6th Grade Assignment Sheet #9 Angela Phelan
Read pp. 121-136, including the Pretest, Take Another Look, and What Did You Miss?
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