HIST 1200 Study Guide Exam II 2008

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HIST 1200—Study Guide for Exam II Part I: Identification Terms: This section required you to identify a person, group of people, events, ideas, etc and give the historical significance. HINT: Strategy for answering this section: include who, what, when, where, and why and how and then **“relate those facts to one or more of the historical themes developed in class.” Giving the historical significance may *** “involve (a) placing the term or topic within a general process in history, (b) noting that the term or topic helped cause something else; (c) noting that the term or topic was the result of earlier historical happenings. Think in terms of what came before and what came after the topic.” [Source: http://people.cohums.ohio-state.edu/childs1/387/GuideShortAnsEssays300.htm ] Estates-General Louis XVI Third Estates Bourgeoisie/Middle Class National Assembly Liberal Revolution Robespierre Declaration of the Rights of Man Marat Reign of Terror Sans-culottes “Storming of the Bastille”
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course HIST 1200 taught by Professor Seibert during the Spring '08 term at Lakeland Community College.

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