The Citizen-SoldierThe Citizen-Soldier
In the later Middle Ages the militia was the whole body of "citizens, burgesses, free tenants, villeins [serfs] and others from 15 to 60 years of age" who were obliged by the law to be armed iii
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1. Mayflower Compact 1620 The first agreement for self-government in America. It was signed by the 41 men on the1. Mayflower Compact 1620 The first agreement for self-government in America. It was signed by the 41 men on the
The first agreement for self-government in America. It was signed by the 41 men on the Mayflower and set up a government for the Plymouth colony
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Reading for Analyzing Points of View Few historical figures are more famous than Christopher Columbus. Yet history has given us many different views of this man. To some people, Columbus was a great heroReading for Analyzing Points of View Few historical figures are more famous than Christopher Columbus. Yet history has given us many different views of this man. To some people, Columbus was a great hero
To some people, Columbus was a great hero, the brave explorer who introduced the Americas to Europe. To others, he was a greedy conqueror responsible for the deaths of millions of American Indians. Why do we have such different views of
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Big picture themes: Chapter #1: New World BeginningsBig picture themes: Chapter #1: New World Beginnings
The New World, before Columbus, there were many different Native American tribes. These people were very diverse. In what’s today the U. S., there were an estimated 400 tribes, often speaking different languages
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Andrew Carnegie: “Patron Saint of U. S. Libraries”Andrew Carnegie: “Patron Saint of U. S. Libraries”
To these few, he is known as the “Patron Saint of U. S. Libraries,” a philanthropist who provided vast sums of his accumulated wealth to the development of public libraries throughout America
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Unearthed: the remains of John Sevier Excerpted from The Knoxville Journal, June 18, 1889Unearthed: the remains of John Sevier Excerpted from The Knoxville Journal, June 18, 1889
Alabamians as fast as he met them. There was one sentiment which seemed to be entertained unanimously, and that was that Tennesseans might give Alabamians a few pointers on progress and push
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1845 Texas entered the Union has the 281845 Texas entered the Union has the 28
The Treaty of Annexation failed because they could not get two thirds vote of the senate to approve it. Polk was able to get Texas annexed by a joint resolution. In a joint resolution a simple majority of congress would have to approve it
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Throughout the years of the republic most Texans still wanted Texas to join the United StatesThroughout the years of the republic most Texans still wanted Texas to join the United States
However the push for annexation stopped with Lamar who did not favor becoming part of the United Sates
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Study Guide #1 History 16 & 22Study Guide #1 History 16 & 22
History as ideology The body of ideas reflecting the social needs and aspirations of an individual, group, class, or culture; a set of doctrines or beliefs that form the basis of a political, economic, or other system
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Chapter 10 Review Why did Texas have to write another constitution in 1845?Chapter 10 Review Why did Texas have to write another constitution in 1845?
Texans had to write a new constitution in 1845 to form a state government and replace the constitution of the Republic
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Pennsylvania diplomat  The War that Made AmericaPennsylvania diplomat  The War that Made America
Ft. Duquesne. Franklin warned Braddock that taking the fort would not be easy. Franklin raised a Philadelphia militia and assumed command to help protect northern Pennsylvania at the beginning of the French and Indian War
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Chronology of events relating to the salem witchcraft trialsChronology of events relating to the salem witchcraft trials
Glover is arrested and tried for bewitching the Goodwin children. Reverend Cotton Mather meets twice with Glover following her arrest in an attempt to persuade her to repent her witchcraft. Glover is hanged
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Station 1 The Independence Movement in GeorgiaStation 1 The Independence Movement in Georgia
In Savannah, patriots greeted the news with great excitement. They openly defied Georgia’s royal government. They raided the colony’s gunpowder store house and disrupted Governor Wright’s celebration of the king’s birthday
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4th Grade Florida History4th Grade Florida History
What effects did European colonization and exploration have on the Native American tribes of the Miami area? Was it a positive or a negative experience for Native Americans?
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Story of the counties of north carolinaStory of the counties of north carolina
This second colony goes down into the utter mists of history as "The Lost Colony of Roanoke"; the first "City of Raleigh" having been royally planned to be on that island; where the only sign left of it is "old Fort Raleigh
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