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Document: Edwin M. Stanton to Abraham Lincoln, November 18, 1863Document: Edwin M. Stanton to Abraham Lincoln, November 18, 1863
The following telegram was sent to Lincoln during his visit to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Chc 2P1 Grade 9 History Exam /60Chc 2P1 Grade 9 History Exam /60
There are 5 parts to this exam. Please be sure to read each question carefully and answer all questions to the best of your ability
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Why did people resort to violent protest 1750-1900 and how successful where they?Why did people resort to violent protest 1750-1900 and how successful where they?
Violent protests by the working class and clashes between rioters and the army and police were common in this period
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Catherine the GreatCatherine the Great
European monarchs. She followed Peter the Great in seeing Russia (which had been part of an Asian Empire for centuries) as European Power. Among her other achievements, added some 200 000 square miles to the territory of the Russian empire
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William Tecumsuh Sherman.
Edited by Rachel Sherman Thorndike. The Sherman LettersWilliam Tecumsuh Sherman.
Edited by Rachel Sherman Thorndike. The Sherman Letters
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Cc aucpb statementCc aucpb statement
Menacing U. S. imperialism has made remarkable efforts to ignite the flames of war on the Korean peninsula and to destroy the freedom-loving, independent and courageous people of the dprk
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Orthodoxy behind the great wall of chinaOrthodoxy behind the great wall of china
Translation by Archpriest Alexander Lisenko of the Monastery of St John of San Francisco
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Journal of the American Medical Association (jama) 273: 618-619 (1995) Doxycycline Treatment and Desert StormJournal of the American Medical Association (jama) 273: 618-619 (1995) Doxycycline Treatment and Desert Storm
The following section was deleted by the editors to comply with editorial policy on manuscirpt length. It has been reinserted for informational purposes only.] As an example, the following letter was sent to us from a U
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Academic freedomAcademic freedom
Basically, where there is freedom to teach, study and carry out research in academic institutions, and to publish research-related books and articles, then academic freedom exists
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The following letter was circulated shortly after issue #2 was publishedThe following letter was circulated shortly after issue #2 was published
Yet we in Zerowork feel that the terms of the debate have been too limited, and thus we want to call your attention to an article in our newly published second issue which we think presents the issues in a broader and politically more
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David white and martha collins rogersDavid white and martha collins rogers
Morristown, Merrimac County, New Hampshire. His birth was synonymous with the birth of our United States of America. Just four months before, the Constitutional Convention had convened in Philadelphia
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Original Document \" Building Forts in Their Hearts\"Original Document " Building Forts in Their Hearts"
Background: Edmond Atkin was a member of the colonial South Carolina Governor’s Council. In 1755 he wrote a report on British and French interactions with Indian and recommended a plan for British interactions with Indians
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Heliocentrism and the Catholic Church TimelineHeliocentrism and the Catholic Church Timeline
Pope Paul 111 called the Council of Trent to stop the spread of Protestantism and to revive the Catholic Church. It said only the Church could interpret the Bible, and it set up the Inquisition to combat heresy
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