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America: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 10 The Triumph of White Men\America: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 10 The Triumph of White Men's Democracy
The European observer, Alexis de Tocqueville, believed the most evident feature of democracy in America was
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That Broad and Beckoning Highway: The Santa Fe Trail and the Rush for Gold in California and ColoradoThat Broad and Beckoning Highway: The Santa Fe Trail and the Rush for Gold in California and Colorado
It portrays the trail as a living entity for those who trod it during these two epic eras in American history. For them it was a broad and beckoning highway
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Chapter 11 Manifest Destiny Lesson 1Chapter 11 Manifest Destiny Lesson 1
Four nations, Great Britain, Spain, Russia, and the United States, claimed the land
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Why It Matters The United States was made up of people who had emigrated from many places in the world. Many Americans remained on the move as the United States extended its political borders and grew economicallyWhy It Matters The United States was made up of people who had emigrated from many places in the world. Many Americans remained on the move as the United States extended its political borders and grew economically
The United States grew in size and wealth, setting the stage for the nation's rise to great economic and political power
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Westward Movement CausesWestward Movement Causes
Political discourse then focuses on the choice of the various policy options that are dictated by the unquestioned premises
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What were the basic weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation?What were the basic weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation?
What document was written during the Revolutionary War to establish a government for the country after it declared its independence?
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Information About Cholera Oregon Page--oregon TrailInformation About Cholera Oregon Page--oregon Trail
But as one emigrant diary read, "The road from Independence to Fort Laramie is a grave-yard." "Another emigrant put the number of burials at 1,500 to 2,000 at this point on the trail, while yet another put the death total at around 5,000."
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Title: The Way West Time: One 45 minute Class periodTitle: The Way West Time: One 45 minute Class period
Objectives: State the objectives and which level one is addressing utilizing Bloom's taxonomy
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501. Supreme Court: River Bridge501. Supreme Court: River Bridge
Company protested when the Warren Bridge Company was authorized in 1828 to build a free bridge where it had been chartered to operate a toll bridge in 1785
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Thematic essay questionThematic essay question
Directions: Write a well-organized essay that includes an introduction, several paragraphs addressing the task below, and a conclusion
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Main idea 1: Explain the role of mountain men in the exploration and expansion of the WestMain idea 1: Explain the role of mountain men in the exploration and expansion of the West
Trapping small animals such as beavers. Easterners wanted beaver furs to make the men’s hats that were in fashion at the time. To obtain furs, mountain men roamed the Great Plains and the Far West
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Pepiot family history (as relates to the descendants of Eva Pepiot Wannemacher)Pepiot family history (as relates to the descendants of Eva Pepiot Wannemacher)
Sheryl that are pertinent to the descendents of Eva Pepiot Wannemacher. Except where noted, I have attempted to retain the original text of the documents
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Great Plains Fact Sheet And Time Line: Native American Period through Early European ContactGreat Plains Fact Sheet And Time Line: Native American Period through Early European Contact
Bp wisconsin glaciation at its maximum; after this point the ice sheets retreat, exposing more and more of the upper Plains as grasslands
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Ushx: 4: Expanding West drill: Abolition & Emancipation AbolitionUshx: 4: Expanding West drill: Abolition & Emancipation Abolition
Students will be able to explain the concept of Manifest Destiny by evaluating the events that led the United States to claim new territories through war and treaties with other countries
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