Harriet Beecher Stowe and her Uncle Tom\Harriet Beecher Stowe and her Uncle Tom's Cabin
Uncle Tom's Cabin is an anti-slavery novel written by Harriet Beecher Stowe, and it was published in 1852
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History of Columbiana County, Ohio Harold B. Barth Historical Publishing Company 1926History of Columbiana County, Ohio Harold B. Barth Historical Publishing Company 1926
P – calcutta – and fredicktown unity township – unity – new waterford – east palestine – washington township – salineville – wayne township – west township – new alexander – chambersburg – east rochester – lynchburg – moultrie – bayard – yellow creek township
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Reform movements of the 1800s Power Point Slide Show directionsReform movements of the 1800s Power Point Slide Show directions
Directions: Watch the slide show carefully and listen as your teacher narrates. Complete your notes page accurately as you will want to study from this for your unit test
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Industry & Transportation Revolution ~ RoadsIndustry & Transportation Revolution ~ Roads
Some states chartered companies to operate turnpikes – roads for which users had to pay a toll. Only a few of the turnpikes made a profit, and most failed to lower transportation costs or increase the speed of travel
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Lecture notes the era of good feelingsLecture notes the era of good feelings
In 1815, republican James Monroe easily wins the election to become the 5th president of the United States
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Westward ExpansionWestward Expansion
These people, known as expansionists, believed that acquiring new territories was justified since the United States was spreading democracy into new areas
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Curriculum framework 2008 United States History to 1865 Board of Education Commonwealth of VirginiaCurriculum framework 2008 United States History to 1865 Board of Education Commonwealth of Virginia
All rights reserved. Reproduction of these materials for instructional purposes in public school classrooms in Virginia is permitted
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Ap u. S. History Key Concepts, Events, and People Chapters 4 to 6 Study Guide Chapter 4: American Life in the 17th Century, 1607-1700 lt 4A: Describe the basic economy, demographics, and social structure in the southern coloniesAp u. S. History Key Concepts, Events, and People Chapters 4 to 6 Study Guide Chapter 4: American Life in the 17th Century, 1607-1700 lt 4A: Describe the basic economy, demographics, and social structure in the southern colonies
Lt 4A: Describe the basic economy, demographics, and social structure in the southern colonies
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French and Indian War North American AlliancesFrench and Indian War North American Alliances
Atlantic coast and starting to cross into the Ohio River Valley. The Spanish occupied a vast region extending from the Gulf of California, across the desert, and along the Gulf Coast to Florida
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Over Land Route to the California Gold RushOver Land Route to the California Gold Rush
At the time of the gold rush in 1849 it was a long and difficult trip. Most people organized themselves into wagon trains. From Missouri the trip was 1,800 miles. There were two main trails, the Oregon Trail and the Sante Fe Trail
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12. The American Revolution, 1775-1783 Declaration of Independence The Continental Congress12. The American Revolution, 1775-1783 Declaration of Independence The Continental Congress
British goods during the Boston Tea Party, Parliament enacted several laws to tighten its control over the colonies. The Coercive Acts, called the Intolerable Acts by Americans
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