Would You Go? A westward Expansion Document-Based QuestionWould You Go? A westward Expansion Document-Based Question
Students will put themselves in the context of 19th century American expansion. Through investigating primary sources, students will consider common motives for settling the West, and if such reasons would have motivated them to relocate
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Pacific Railroad ActsPacific Railroad Acts
The "Pacific Railroad Acts" were a series of acts of Congress (from 1862 – 1866) that promoted the construction of the transcontinental railroad in the U. S. through issuing of government bonds and grants of land to railroad companies
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Mrs. Alls Life in Ancient RomeMrs. Alls Life in Ancient Rome
If you were an ancient Greek traveling in Rome, what might you see that was familiar? Greek style statues, porches, and columns
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The growth of cities and industry in the unitied statesThe growth of cities and industry in the unitied states
Students will be exposed to some of the problems that the rapid expansion of cities and industry created, however, the next unit of study will delve more deeply into reforms and the progressive movement
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The Conquest of the Far West The ap instructional strategies discussed below for Chapter 16 of AmericanThe Conquest of the Far West The ap instructional strategies discussed below for Chapter 16 of American
The settlement pattern of the American frontier and the significance of the frontier in American history
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Developed cotton gin in 1793, reinvigorating the cotton industryDeveloped cotton gin in 1793, reinvigorating the cotton industry
Spread cotton cultivation throughout the South, not just areas that could grow the finicky crop
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Use your study guide, notes, and textbook to answer the following questionsUse your study guide, notes, and textbook to answer the following questions
Which Amendment to the U. S. Constitution stated that the rights of American citizens are protected?
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