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Dealers worked to secure Congressional and public support for its projects. None more was significant than the work of the Resettlement Administration and its offshoot the Farm Security Administration
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What is the author doing in this paragraph?What is the author doing in this paragraph?
Copper was needed for World War II, so the 1943 copper penny is ultra-rare. Another rarity is the 1955 double die penny. These pennies were mistakenly double stamped, so they have overlapping dates and letters
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Study IslandStudy Island
The Spanish were in danger of losing control of their New World colonies in the early 1800s. Why were they willing to sell east and west Florida to the United States?
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Learning ObjectivesLearning Objectives
Describe the evolution and achievements of Native American cultures from their beginnings to the eve of Columbus’s discovery of America
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Native Americans of the SouthwestNative Americans of the Southwest
Zion and Bryce Canyons and Monument Valley in Utah; Mesa Verde in Colorado; Chaco Canyon and Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico; and Lake Powell, with its hundreds of canyons easily accessible by boat, the Painted Desert
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Lesson Title: How the Great Depression Affected California and César E. Chávez Grade LevelLesson Title: How the Great Depression Affected California and César E. Chávez Grade Level
Discuss the effects of the Great Depression, Dust Bowl, and World War II on California
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Spanish Settlers in Colorado Study Guide Index Essay Spanish Settlers Trail Colorado’s History Spanish Timeline Settlers MapsSpanish Settlers in Colorado Study Guide Index Essay Spanish Settlers Trail Colorado’s History Spanish Timeline Settlers Maps
Mesa Verde can still be seen today. The Spanish are the first Europeans to explore the land of Colorado. During the sixteenth century the Spanish were searching for gold
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A abilene a city in central Kansas; in the 1860s, Abilene was the northern end of the Chisholm Trail; 39¡N, 97¡W. (m. 521, t. 520) AfricaA abilene a city in central Kansas; in the 1860s, Abilene was the northern end of the Chisholm Trail; 39¡N, 97¡W. (m. 521, t. 520) Africa
This Gazetteer is a geographical dictionary that will help you to pronounce and locate the places discussed in this book. Latitude and longitude are given for cities and some other places. The page numbers tell you where each place appears on a map or in
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Emergency Management in Scandinavia: Lessons Learned At Home and Abroad Joanne Stone Wyman, Ph. D. 1 IntroductionEmergency Management in Scandinavia: Lessons Learned At Home and Abroad Joanne Stone Wyman, Ph. D. 1 Introduction
The terms “Scandinavia” and “Nordic” sometimes are used interchangeably to refer to Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Norway, and Sweden
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Continued Western Expansion Standard 5-2: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the continued westward expansion of the United StatesContinued Western Expansion Standard 5-2: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the continued westward expansion of the United States
Analyze the geographic and economic factors that influenced westward expansion and the ways that these factors affected travel and settlement
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Longleaf Pine Pinus palustrisLongleaf Pine Pinus palustris
Contributed by: usda nrcs national Plants Data Team, Davis, California and the Mississippi Choctaw Field Office, Choctaw Mississippi
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Tamil Tiger vs Asian Tiger: the Sri Lankan Civil War and DevelopmentTamil Tiger vs Asian Tiger: the Sri Lankan Civil War and Development
Sri Lanka would have been better off without having experienced a long civil war, but an aggressive pursuit of social welfare and sound economic management by the government has enabled the country to persevere in the face of adversity to become one of the
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Unit 4 lt 1 homework essential QuestionUnit 4 lt 1 homework essential Question
During European colonization, how did the French, English and Spanish view the Native Americans and how did their interaction differ? What effects did their interaction have on colonization?
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Living with two languages and two culturesLiving with two languages and two cultures
Chapter in Parasnis, I. (Ed.). Cultural and Language Diversity and the Deaf Experience. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996
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