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Did Quilts Hold Codes to the Underground Railroad? Sarah Ives for National Geographic News February 5, 2004Did Quilts Hold Codes to the Underground Railroad? Sarah Ives for National Geographic News February 5, 2004
Two historians say African American slaves may have used a quilt code to navigate the Underground Railroad. Quilts with patterns named "wagon wheel," "tumbling blocks
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Constitutional Issues Civil Liberties, Individuals, and the Common GoodConstitutional Issues Civil Liberties, Individuals, and the Common Good
This unit is designed to closely align with Idaho state standards in social studies and language arts, specifically in geography, U. S. history, and writing
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As sociologist Peggy Levitt notes, Transnationalism is the process of migrants remain[ing] strongly connected to their homelands even as they become incorporated into the United StatesAs sociologist Peggy Levitt notes, Transnationalism is the process of migrants remain[ing] strongly connected to their homelands even as they become incorporated into the United States
The following analysis expands the boundaries of current scholarship on transnationalism and Latino/a migration, and investigates new forms of transnational agency and posits new questions
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Australian wwii war Brides of American Servicemen: Myths, Stereotypes And RealitiesAustralian wwii war Brides of American Servicemen: Myths, Stereotypes And Realities
It is estimated (Bolton, 1991; Moore, 1981; Potts & Strauss, 1987; Potts & Potts, 1985) that between twelve and fifteen thousand young Australian women married American servicemen, leaving families
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Constitutional Issues Civil Liberties, Individuals, and the Common GoodConstitutional Issues Civil Liberties, Individuals, and the Common Good
Handout #5 Instructions for the Town Meeting
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Date: October 30, 2001Date: October 30, 2001
Memo To Joint Health Care Committee on the Legal Status of the Human Embryo in Massachusetts
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Senior immigration judge waumsley senior immigration judge nichols mrs w jordanSenior immigration judge waumsley senior immigration judge nichols mrs w jordan
An Afghan claimant who can demonstrate that he has genuinely converted to Christianity from Islam is likely to be able to show that he is at real risk of serious ill-treatment amounting to persecution or a breach of his Article 3 echr right on return
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