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Reconstruction and the new southReconstruction and the new south
Reconstruction of the South after the Civil War was viewed by the victorious Northerners as
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Background Information: Causes of the Great DepressionBackground Information: Causes of the Great Depression
This article is an excerpt from the Social Studies Eleven: Student Workbook written by Yvette Plante and Jorda Miller, and edited by Jerry Falk
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Understand the Stalinist Revolution and describe Stalin’s strategy for achieving rapid industrialization
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Causes of the Great Depression in Canada: Underlying or Immediate?Causes of the Great Depression in Canada: Underlying or Immediate?
Using historical evidence and the criteria, provide an explanation for your choice
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North vs. South Poster board Activity DocumentsNorth vs. South Poster board Activity Documents
At the beginning of the war the Northern states had a combined population of 22 million people. The Southern states had a combined population of about 9 million. This disparity was reflected in the size of the armies in the field
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World War IIWorld War II
World War II by Kenneth T. Jackson, Jacques Barzun Professor in History and the Social Sciences and director of the Herbert H. Lehman Center for American History at Columbia University
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Charleston harborCharleston harbor
Fort sumter, an island in charleston harbor. The North considered the fort to be the property of the United States government. The people of South Carolina believed it belonged to the new Confederacy
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