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United States History and the Constitution Assessment BankUnited States History and the Constitution Assessment Bank
Emily was born in the colonies. Her parents emigrated from England in the early 1700s. Her parents came because they were searching for freedom of religion and because her father wanted to work in a large city and make money by exporting
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Colonial America Created By: Jodi Stocker, Jenna Doney, Casey Knaust, Jen Schmidt, Ryan Molitor Unit GoalsColonial America Created By: Jodi Stocker, Jenna Doney, Casey Knaust, Jen Schmidt, Ryan Molitor Unit Goals
Students will know important information about each region of the 13 Colonies: New England, Middle, and Southern
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Colonization resulted in cultural interactions among europeans, africans, and american indiansColonization resulted in cultural interactions among europeans, africans, and american indians
Early European exploration and colonization resulted in the redistribution of the world's population as millions of people from Europe and Africa voluntarily and involuntarily moved to the New World
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Unit four colonization and Conflict \"One today is worth two tomorrows.\"Unit four colonization and Conflict "One today is worth two tomorrows."
The words above, written by an industrious colonist named Benjamin Franklin, described how many English colonists felt about settling and building new homes in North America. The colonists faced many hardships
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Topic 1 Questions What is the best title for the graphic above?Topic 1 Questions What is the best title for the graphic above?
English nobility who received large land grants in eastern Virginia from the King of England were called
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New England ColoniesNew England Colonies
E date the colony was established, the system of Colonial government, religion, and the names of famous people associated with the founding and establishment each New England colony
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Northern Versus Southern InterestsNorthern Versus Southern Interests
Basically they believed that each state should have the right to determine the laws within its own borders and should not be forced to follow the mandates of the federal government unless absolutely necessary
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Apush reading and Terms 2013-2014Apush reading and Terms 2013-2014
Understand, be able to analyze and be ready to discuss the following terms and concepts. Be sure to address the following
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Big picture themes: Chapter #1: New World BeginningsBig picture themes: Chapter #1: New World Beginnings
The New World, before Columbus, there were many different Native American tribes. These people were very diverse. In what’s today the U. S., there were an estimated 400 tribes, often speaking different languages
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Standard 1: The student will demonstrate skills for historical and geographical analysis, including the ability toStandard 1: The student will demonstrate skills for historical and geographical analysis, including the ability to
Identify, analyze, and interpret primary and secondary source documents, records, and data, including artifacts, diaries, letters, photographs, journals, newspapers, historical accounts
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Littérature us résumé I. Puritanism in American LiteratureLittérature us résumé I. Puritanism in American Literature
At this point the center of the country began a shift to the south. The “Age of Reason” was also ushered in by way of European social philosophy
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Persons of Mean and Vile ConditionPersons of Mean and Vile Condition
Describe the conditions faced by indentured servants on their journey and after they arrived in America
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The Battles of Trenton, Princeton, and Monmouth Mr. Hynes NameThe Battles of Trenton, Princeton, and Monmouth Mr. Hynes Name
Three important outcomes of these battles were the eventual withdrawal of British troops from New Jersey, an increase in morale among the patriots who had experienced and important victory against superior forces and the recovery of New Jersey as a recruiting ground
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Curriculum framework 2008 Virginia and United States History Board of Education Commonwealth of VirginiaCurriculum framework 2008 Virginia and United States History Board of Education Commonwealth of Virginia
This version of the Virginia and United States History Curriculum Framework for the History and Social Science Virginia Standards of Learning has been modified to include links to resources from the Library of Virginia's digital collections
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Chapter 4 The Empire in Transition chapter summaryChapter 4 The Empire in Transition chapter summary
Navigation Acts to end illegal trade and new taxation of the colonists to help pay for both the recent war and the new lands in the west. Both parliamentary actions were seen by the colonists as threats to an independent way of life they had come to accept as
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