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New Political Ideas and RevolutionsNew Political Ideas and Revolutions
China, or divine right as European kings declared. Between 1750 and 1914, absolute rulers almost everywhere lost power, and the rule of law became a much more important political principle
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The Virginia House of Burgesses was significant because itThe Virginia House of Burgesses was significant because it
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Chapter 2 Transplantations and Borderlands Multiple-Choice QuestionsChapter 2 Transplantations and Borderlands Multiple-Choice Questions
Which of the following was not a characteristic of the site chosen for the Jamestown settlement?
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Period IV (1450-1750 ce): Global Interactions 1 Globalizing Networks of Communication and ExchangePeriod IV (1450-1750 ce): Global Interactions 1 Globalizing Networks of Communication and Exchange
The development of new maritime technologies [caravel, compass, astrolabe/sextant, etc] and the reemergence of European power created a new global economy based primarily around maritime trade
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Your name Unit One frq rewriteYour name Unit One frq rewrite
Make a copy of this document and title it “(your name) Unit One frq rewrite.” Put your name and period number in the space provided above on this document. We will analyze the frq together. You must fill out this copy along with us now
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Jerome s. HandlerJerome s. Handler
Jerome S. Handler is at the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, 145 Ednam Drive
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Period 1: 1491 – 1607 Period 2: 1607 – 1754Period 1: 1491 – 1607 Period 2: 1607 – 1754
Explain how intellectual and religious movements impacted the development of colonial North America from 1607 to 1776
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Primary and Secondary Sources for the British Tax Policies toward the American ColonistsPrimary and Secondary Sources for the British Tax Policies toward the American Colonists
The American colonies stand no longer in need of England’s protection. England will call on them to help contribute toward supporting the burden they have helped to bring on her, and they will answer by striking off all dependence”
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Modern World History: Notes: Origin of LiberalismModern World History: Notes: Origin of Liberalism
And third, in the Enlightenment, European scientists and philosophers began to develop new ideas and theories based on logic and study of the natural world that challenged the legitimacy of the traditional powers of Europe and offered new ways to
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America: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 3 Putting Down Roots: Opportunity and Oppression in Colonial SocietyAmerica: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 3 Putting Down Roots: Opportunity and Oppression in Colonial Society
C differed substantially from colony to colony from the very beginning of colonization
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Part IV the Early Modern Period, 1450–1750: The World Shrinks The World Map ChangesPart IV the Early Modern Period, 1450–1750: The World Shrinks The World Map Changes
The first is the formation of new empires. Several of these were European, but the Ottoman Turks, Mughal India and Russia also expanded
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U. S. History Survey, Grade 11 Unwrapped Priority Benchmarks Steps 1-5U. S. History Survey, Grade 11 Unwrapped Priority Benchmarks Steps 1-5
The following Scope and Sequence was drafted by spps teacher Leads and finalized the spps social Studies Department
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Justification for Taxing the American Colonies Form a- 2012Justification for Taxing the American Colonies Form a- 2012
Day 1: Introduction of prompt and grading procedures/Document analysis/Notes/Trigger questions
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Lesson Creator: New Jersey Center for Civic Education, Rutgers University, Piscataway, nj grade Level: 5-12 ObjectivesLesson Creator: New Jersey Center for Civic Education, Rutgers University, Piscataway, nj grade Level: 5-12 Objectives
Proprietary House, Perth Amboy, official residence for nj’s Royal Governor, 1764-1776
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Compare and contrast the description of New World Exploration in Zinn and Chapter 1 of The American Pageant (tap). How do the descriptions in Zinn and tap of the interactions between these two worlds differ?Compare and contrast the description of New World Exploration in Zinn and Chapter 1 of The American Pageant (tap). How do the descriptions in Zinn and tap of the interactions between these two worlds differ?
The American Pageant begins its description of the new world by first telling of Nordic Tribes inadvertently discovering the New World around 1000 bc. The Vikings landed, led by Leif Erikson, in what is now Newfoundland
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