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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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Fall, 2015 course informationFall, 2015 course information
Office Hours and Location: mwf, 10: 15-10: 45, 1: 00-1: 45, 3: 30-5: 00, no appointment necessary, or other days and times by appointment only, in nac
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Free Black People in Antebellum America, 1820-1861Free Black People in Antebellum America, 1820-1861
The North, however, saw the development of a distinct black elite, replete with businessmen, clergy, doctors, lawyers, artists, musicians, and writers
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The Path to the Civil War The Missouri Compromise of 1820 and the Compromise of 1850The Path to the Civil War The Missouri Compromise of 1820 and the Compromise of 1850
Answer the questions in each section using the information provided in this handout
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Grade, Dual Enrollment us history, 90 minutesGrade, Dual Enrollment us history, 90 minutes
Abraham Lincoln, who was viewed as a politician hostile toward slavery. Lincoln’s goal was to hold the union together, with national law supreme over the laws of the states
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David walkerDavid walker
African descent to resist slavery and racism by any means. The book terrified southern slave owners, who immediately labeled it seditious. A price was placed on Walker's head: $10,000 if he were brought in alive, $1,000 if dead
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Then I’ll Be Free To Travel Home” Radio Series: Distributed by pri program DescriptionThen I’ll Be Free To Travel Home” Radio Series: Distributed by pri program Description
It chronicles the contributions the original Africans who founded the New York African Burial Ground and their descendants made to the survival and development of New York and the nation from the 1600s to the New York City Draft Riots of
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Suggested “Benito Cereno” topics: Use both the texts and relevant articles, pp 287-340 in Norton editionSuggested “Benito Cereno” topics: Use both the texts and relevant articles, pp 287-340 in Norton edition
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His Montana boomtown, photographed in 1865, was called Last ChanceHis Montana boomtown, photographed in 1865, was called Last Chance
Many boomtowns,urned to ghost towns when the gold ran out, but this town became the capital of Montana and changed its name
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2. 2: An English Settlement at Jamestown2. 2: An English Settlement at Jamestown
Summarize the principles of government established by the dissenters who fled to Rhode Island
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Causes of the Civil War Foldable Activity AssignmentCauses of the Civil War Foldable Activity Assignment
Causes of the Civil War. You will use the internet sites listed below along with your textbook to gather information about each event
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Document Based Question – What caused the American Civil War?Document Based Question – What caused the American Civil War?
Document a – Railroads in 1860 / Slave Density and Cotton Production, 1860 (Maps)
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Students should begin with background overview of the United States prior to the Civil War. One resource isStudents should begin with background overview of the United States prior to the Civil War. One resource is
United States prior to the Civil War. One resource is The American Odyssey text, Chapter 6: Section 1 titled Slavery and Politics
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Overall causes of the american civil warOverall causes of the american civil war
The North becomes a diversified economy linked with the West through railroads, Erie Canal, and good roads while the South becomes a mono-crop economy isolated from the other two regions linked by King Cotton to the mills of England and
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Jim Holstun Department of EnglishJim Holstun Department of English
Current: neocolonialism and world literature, global communism and radicalism, Arab literature, marxism and class struggle
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