Middle Passage: The hellish and often deadly middle leg of the transatlantic Triangular Trade
where European ships carried manufactured goods to Africa, then transported enslaved Africans
to the Americas and the Caribbean, and finally conveyed American ag
-After civil war, govt. institutes high protective tariffs
-Centralized economic power in the hands of large corporations
-Republicans were pro-tariff, dem anti
-dems argued that they were good for corporations but bad for consumers
Highlighted is what I think was the right answer. If not highlighted, I had no idea what
the answer was.
Which of the following associations between a world fair and technology is FALSE?
1893 Chicago World Fair: Ferris Wheel
1962 Seattle World
John Browns Holy War
Early in John Browns life hed been an obscure tanner and Shepard.
John Brown was putting into practice the words of Thomas Jeffers
November 16, 2014
United States to 1865
Manifest Destiny, in the 19th century, led Americans to believe that they were destined to
expand further west. The ending of war, progressing expansion and deep rooted love
September 23, 2014
HST 109 78657
Finding Common Ground
Myne Owne Ground, by T.H. Breen and Stephen Innes, describes slavery as an
American embarrassment (Breen 1). Beginning in 1619 immigrants of African descent came
into the newly settle
27 April 2015
The small town of Hickory, Alabama, had a deep passion for basketball. The 1986 film,
Hoosiers, written by Angelo Pizzo, shows the journey of a new coach, Norman Dale, and his
high school basketball
The animal rights movement, also known as the animal liberation movement or animal
advocacy movement, is a social movement that began on the basis of ending the moral and legal
divide between animals and humans. This movement first appeared in the early 1
CITE: Tomkins v. Missouri, 323 U.S. 485; 89 L. Ed. 407
PER: Douglas, J.
CASE: In the Supreme Court of Missouri in December
1944, Tompkins sought review of an order which denied
his petition for writ of habeas corpus, the petition
challenged the inm
CITE: Moore v. Michigan, 355 U.S. 155, 2 L. Ed 167 (1957)
PER: Brennan, J.
On 26 October 1938, a colored seventeen year old with a seventh-grade education was
arrested for the murder or an elderly white woman. He expressed that he did not desire cou
February 16, 2015
Swimming Pools in the United States
With the rise in popularity of municipal swimming pools during the 1800s and 1900s,
people found a new source of entertainment along with exercise. Swimming pool
Warren, Charles. "The New 'Liberty' under the Fourteenth Amendment." Harvard Law Review
39 (1926): 431-.
The Court was prompted by counsel to expand the new liberties under the Fourteenth
Amendments due process clause to include different kinds of rights.
HST 110- John Goodwin
Manliness and Civilization Essay
Manliness and Civilization
Throughout Manliness and Civilization, Bederman focuses on many influential people in
order to depict times of changing ideologies. For the dur
HST 110- John Goodwin
Paper 3- Life Without Water
Monday, June 6, y
Countercultures in the 1960s
The novel written by Nancy Peacock, Life Without Water tells the story of Ceder and
Sara, a mother and daughter who face adversity in 1960s cou
Olympic Project for Human Rights- The OPHR was instrumental in the fights for equality
among oppressed athletes in the 1968 Olympics. The leader of the OPHR, Harry Edwards, at one
point declared that all black athletes would boycott the Olympics in Mexico
Types of Sports History:
Type 1: Everything that happened in the past related to sports.
Type 2: The narrative of those events. Provide us with chronologies of events and with details
and anecdotes about players, teams and competitions.
Type 3: The contex
HST 306: Sports in United States History
Final Exam Study Guide
The final exam will take place on Tuesday, May 3, 12:10-2:00pm, in LSA 191. Please note this is not
our regular classroom. Please bring a blue book/green book and a pen/pencil.
Not Just A Game: Power, Politics, and American Sports
1. Howard Cosell famously declared that Rule #1 of the jockocracy is that sports and
politics dont mix. How does Zirin poke holes in that statement?
This is simply just false, as the two