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Unit 2: Creating a New Nation Pages 156-169 Chapter 6: The Road to Revolution Section 1: Tighter British Control Section 2: Colonial Resistance GrowsUnit 2: Creating a New Nation Pages 156-169 Chapter 6: The Road to Revolution Section 1: Tighter British Control Section 2: Colonial Resistance Grows
In the picture on pages 156 and 157, do the colonists look passive (laid back), or do they seem to want to
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Directions for map workDirections for map work
British victory on the map. Find the dotted arrow in the key that represents American troop movements. Trace over the arrow with a blue colored pencil, marker, or colored pen
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Lesson 6: The American RevolutionLesson 6: The American Revolution
Directions: Complete the following using textbook, internet, and theme park presentations
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Revolutionary War Web QuestRevolutionary War Web Quest
Click on the city of Boston in Massachusetts. Why do they say the Revolution was “born” there? Give me specific and plentiful details
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Civil War WebquestCivil War Webquest
This will take you to a website that will allow you to read and answer the question. Once you find the answer, close out the website and go back to the list of questions. If you leave the website open
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Potential Quiz Chapter 21 Multiple ChoicePotential Quiz Chapter 21 Multiple Choice
Arrange the following in chronological order: (A) the Battle of Bull Run, (B) the Battle of Gettysburg, (C) Lee's surrender at Appomattox, and (D) the Battle of Antietam
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Chapter 21—The Furnace of Civil War, 1861-1865 short answerChapter 21—The Furnace of Civil War, 1861-1865 short answer
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The Path to Victory one american’s storyThe Path to Victory one american’s story
South, where feuding neighbors used the war as an excuse to fight each other. Both Patriots and Loyalists took part in the raids. Many women and children had moved out of Georgia, but the six-foot-tall
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Thinking about history and geographyThinking about history and geography
British colonists fought to win independence from Great Britain. Read the time line to follow some of the events of the American Revolution
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Key Concepts: The American Revolution Answer these questions on your own paper or word processing document first. Then use your answers to complete the assignment check found under quizzes in the courseKey Concepts: The American Revolution Answer these questions on your own paper or word processing document first. Then use your answers to complete the assignment check found under quizzes in the course
Why did most of the American Indians side with the French during the French an Indian War?
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Apush unit 5 Test Multiple ChoiceApush unit 5 Test Multiple Choice
Lincoln had called for seventy-five thousand militia troops to form a voluntary Union army
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Uss cowpens cvl-25 and uss cowpens cg-63Uss cowpens cvl-25 and uss cowpens cg-63
Cow Pens. In a little less than an hour, the Americans had won. This victory gave them the moral support that they needed to continue fighting the British and win at Yorktown, the last major battle of the American Revolution
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Chapter 17: The United States and ww II unit 4 World War IIChapter 17: The United States and ww II unit 4 World War II
Essential Question: What were the causes, course and consequences of World War ii?
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92nd afa bn history92nd afa bn history
Swan, hq btry 51-52 submitted the 92nd Unit history he recovered from his Cousin's military files after he had passed away. His cousin had served with the 82nd Armored Recon Bn of the 2nd Armored Division in North Africa, Sicily, Normandy
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Homework: Waterloo & Elba Waterloo: where Napoleon suffered his final defeatHomework: Waterloo & Elba Waterloo: where Napoleon suffered his final defeat
Elba: island where Napoleon was imprisoned & escaped after the Battle of Waterloo
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