Standard 3 pass review Multiple ChoiceStandard 3 pass review Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question
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Confederation DebatesConfederation Debates
British and French Canadians alike could appreciate and understand their position rela­tive to each other. They were placed like great families beside each other, and their contact produced a healthy spirit of emulation
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A history of russian administrative boundaries (XVIII xx centuries). Irina MerzliakovaA history of russian administrative boundaries (XVIII xx centuries). Irina Merzliakova
Ph. D., Institute for the History of Science and Technology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
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Causes of the American Revolutionary War study guideCauses of the American Revolutionary War study guide
Who was the British Secretary of State who put the British economy on “shaky ground” during the French and Indian War?
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Mexican-American War, 1846-48 Causes of War: levels of analysisMexican-American War, 1846-48 Causes of War: levels of analysis
Highlight key information. When highlighting factors that pushed the us toward war, use the margin to indicate at which level of analysis –human, national, or international—that factor would belong and then record it on the worksheet
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Geography and the Early Development of RomeGeography and the Early Development of Rome
Why was the location of Rome a good place to found a city? Refer to textbook pages 336-337 to read about this
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The african-american struggle for civil rightsThe african-american struggle for civil rights
This theme can be broken down into basic components including, the issue of slavery, the Civil War, discrimination, and segregation. These factors all play an important role in what the African Americans dealt with throughout American
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Was the Civil War Inevitable?Was the Civil War Inevitable?
Civil War. Do you think that a different outcome of any one of, or several of these events, could have changed the course that led to civil war or do you think that regardless the Civil War was inevitable?
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Roman Triumvirates The Collapse of the RepublicRoman Triumvirates The Collapse of the Republic
Republic in which citizens elected people to represent them. But the Senate was filled with wealthy aristocrats who were not elected. Rome was slowly turning into an aristocracy
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Crazy horse abandoned disposal site monterey countyCrazy horse abandoned disposal site monterey county
Crazy Horse Canyon Road, approximately nine miles north of the City of Salinas in Monterey County. The Crazy Horse Sanitary Landfill
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Contents: Building a Slave SocietyContents: Building a Slave Society
If you put a chain around the neck of a slave, the other end fastens itself around your own
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Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857)Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857)
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Us government 4 Congressional Committees Drill: Filibuster & Cloture FilibusterUs government 4 Congressional Committees Drill: Filibuster & Cloture Filibuster
Filibuster—is a legislative weapon, which allows unlimited debate to defeat a bill
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Dred Scott v. Sandford, 1857Dred Scott v. Sandford, 1857
United States Army surgeon, took enslaved African Dred Scott to live at military posts in Illinois, a free state in 1834, and then to posts in the territory of Upper Louisiana
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Dred Scott v. SandfordDred Scott v. Sandford
John Sandford of New York, who had been acting as his sister’s agent. Since the case was a dispute between people who live in two different states, it could be heard in a federal court
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