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The election of 1856: political culture in the era of jacksonian democracy overviewThe election of 1856: political culture in the era of jacksonian democracy overview
These changes were part of a transformation of American political culture that historians call “Jacksonian Democracy.” This packet uses documents from the 1856 presidential election to help you explore the culture of politics in the
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Period 4: Stimulus-Based Multiple-Choice Questions 1-5 refer to the following quotationPeriod 4: Stimulus-Based Multiple-Choice Questions 1-5 refer to the following quotation
But as it is, we have the wolf by the ears, and we can neither hold him, nor safely let him go. Justice is in one scale, and self-preservation in the other.”
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*This is the Project Gutenberg Etext of The Federalist Papers*This is the Project Gutenberg Etext of The Federalist Papers
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Document: Mary C. W. Wadsworth to Abraham Lincoln, July 4, 1864 [With Endorsement by Lincoln]Document: Mary C. W. Wadsworth to Abraham Lincoln, July 4, 1864 [With Endorsement by Lincoln]
Document: Mary C. W. Wadsworth to Abraham Lincoln, July 4, 1864 [With Endorsement by Lincoln]1
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Focus: Read the following excerpt on the back of this focus. Student ObjectivesFocus: Read the following excerpt on the back of this focus. Student Objectives
Walker's Appeal, in Four Articles; Together with a Preamble, to the [African American] Citizens of the World, but in Particular, and Very Expressly, to Those of the United States of America
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Guide to Understanding the Principles of the American FoundingGuide to Understanding the Principles of the American Founding
Civil War. It will also show how the Founders’ principles were opposed by a new theory that arose in the Progressive Era; how that new theory finally came to dominate American politics in the 1960s
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Document: Abraham Lincoln, Memorandum for Cabinet, [July 14, 1864]Document: Abraham Lincoln, Memorandum for Cabinet, [July 14, 1864]
Stanton that “I do not consider what may have been hastily said in a moment of vexation at so severe a loss, is sufficient ground for so grave a step.” See Henry W. Halleck to Edwin M. Stanton, July 13, 1864, Edwin M
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Religious Freedom and American Protestantism David Little, Harvard Divinity School IntroductionReligious Freedom and American Protestantism David Little, Harvard Divinity School Introduction
Delivered at a Conference on French and American Attitudes toward Church-State Issues, Florida State University, Tallahassee, fl, September 25-26, 2005]
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Federal governmentFederal government
Constitution, and then, if he, from whatever motive, shall maintain the affirmative, like the animal whose fleece forms so material a portion of this bill, quietly lie down and be shorn!” — John Randolph
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Fragment on the Constitution and Union (1861)Fragment on the Constitution and Union (1861)
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Abraham Lincoln First Inaugural Address (1861)Abraham Lincoln First Inaugural Address (1861)
In compliance with a custom as old as the Government itself, I appear before you to address you briefly and to take in your presence the oath prescribed by the Constitution of the United States to be taken by the President before he enters on the execution of
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Contents: Building a Slave SocietyContents: Building a Slave Society
If you put a chain around the neck of a slave, the other end fastens itself around your own
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Art Therapy with American Indians and Alaska Natives: Strategies for Healing By Elaine Smith-Bontempi University of OklahomaArt Therapy with American Indians and Alaska Natives: Strategies for Healing By Elaine Smith-Bontempi University of Oklahoma
This paper examine some of the cultural differences among Native Americans/Alaska Natives and the dominant U. S. culture, and how the creative arts can be effectively used in therapy with this population
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Dbq essay question oneDbq essay question one
Directions: The first step in doing any dbq is determining exactly what the question is asking you to do. Jot down your ideas in your workspace
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Ap united states history document Based Question [dbq]Ap united states history document Based Question [dbq]
High scores will be earned only by essays that cite key pieces of evidence from the documents, and draw on outside knowledge of the period
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