1. What did the English explorers expect to find in the New World? How realistic were their
expectations? Use particular sections from the documents to support your position.
English explorers expected to find a Roanoke Island a new Eden, a land overflowi
1. How does the poem describe Gilgamesh and Enkidu before their first meeting? What do
they look like physically? What is the source of their strength?
Gilgamesh and Enkidu were both confident in themselves with being the strongest of
1. What do these excerpts reveal about the fundamental beliefs and practice of Islam?
The excerpts reveal that they believe in one god only and they should remain faithful to
this one God. They worship God and ask him for guidance so
1. Compare and contrast the population growth of Virginia and Maryland. What was the
relationship between the nature of the population growth and the information contained
in table 5?
The growth between Virginia and Maryland both increased throughout the
Superstitions are most commonly believed by people with religions of some sort. In my
pueblo we do have many superstitions, and sometimes it could bring danger. Other times our
superstitions bring longer life and good things in return. There are so
In Scotts essay On the Supernatural in Fictitious Composition, he argues that the
supernatural becomes more effective the more frequently it appears, making the reading more
interesting and amusing. Stories with fairies, monsters etc., bring attention to
David Von Drehle is the author of the novel Triangle the Fire That Changed America.
Drehles novel was about the beginning of industrialization in American history. The rising of
industrialization did not rise easily, because there were a lot of conflicts
Exam #3 Review Tuesday - April 16, 2013
Although Muhammad (c. 570-632) was the founder of Islam, others consolidated the messages he heard from
the Angel Gabriel into the Quran (recitation), Islams holy book, after his death. Muhammad recited these
Read Chapter 4 of Discovering the American Past and then answer the following questions:
1. In what ways is Paul Reveres engraving of the Boston Massacre different from the
events as described in the witness accounts, and why?
Paul Reveres engraving is di