Unit 3: Section 1 DocumentsUnit 3: Section 1 Documents
When you think of exploring new territory, what comes to mind? Hacking through wild bush with a machete? Sailing into the unknown on large ships? Blasting off in a rocket into space?
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The pacific ocean is dying: fukushima is hereThe pacific ocean is dying: fukushima is here
John Wantling anti-nuclear campaigner/Fukushima Truth/Mothers for Peace/Stop Hinkley
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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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The Failure of the St. Francis Dam Group #1The Failure of the St. Francis Dam Group #1
Santa Paula. Dams have been built for many years to block bodies of water to build cities, to create storage for water, and to produce hydroelectric power. The growing city of la needed water and the St
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Ferdinand Magellan 1480 – 1521 Aim of VoyageFerdinand Magellan 1480 – 1521 Aim of Voyage
To prove that the Spice Islands were in the Spanish half of the world. 1494 the Pope had divided the world between Spain and Portugal
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Did Weather Change History?Did Weather Change History?
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1996 Wahoo War of the Minds1996 Wahoo War of the Minds
As a researcher at the Cavendish laboratory, Rutherford had him calculate the energy neede to split the
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War and DiplomacyWar and Diplomacy
However, this would serve to also entangle the colonials into alliances that would bring them into wars and other such negative aspects as a result of these new found alliances. These wars would become pivotal in the formation of how the colonies were formed
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The Secret History of the MongolsThe Secret History of the Mongols
During his lifetime, he conquered more territory than any other conqueror, and his successors established the largest contiguous empire in history. Even today his legacy continues in Asia
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The Secret History of the MongolsThe Secret History of the Mongols
During his lifetime, he conquered more territory than any other conqueror, and his successors established the largest contiguous empire in history. Even today his legacy continues in Asia
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Giovanni da Verrazzano Biography ExplorerGiovanni da Verrazzano Biography Explorer
New York Harbor, which now has a bridge spanning it named for the explorer. After returning to Europe, Verrazzano made two more voyages to the Americas. On the second, in 1528, he was killed and eaten by the natives of one of the Lower
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John Cabot Explorer and navigator John Cabot was born Giovanni Caboto in Italy around 1450. By 1495, he had moved to Bristol, England, with his familyJohn Cabot Explorer and navigator John Cabot was born Giovanni Caboto in Italy around 1450. By 1495, he had moved to Bristol, England, with his family
Explorer and navigator John Cabot was born Giovanni Caboto in Italy around 1450. By 1495, he had moved to Bristol, England, with his family. He made a voyage in 1497 on the ship Matthew and claimed land in Canada—mistaking it for Asia—for King Henry vii
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Seeley historical librarySeeley historical library
México, D. F.: Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social; Xalapa, Veracruz: Universidad Veracruzana, 2014
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