Author Anne Moody wasnt always the one to stick up for herself and speak out.
Growing up, Anne heard of multiple accounts of lynchings and terrible things happening to
black people, but she never knew why these things were happening
ICA 4 Interview Report
Interviewee- I chose to interview my friend Morgan. She is 18 years old
and has never taken a course on Black History but has taken History
classes with black history in it. Before I inte
HIST 104 V04
The Iran Hostage Crisis was an event in history that is remembered by the kidnapping of
52 Americans from the American Embassy in Tehran. On November 4, 1979, thousands of
Iranians overtook the Embassy on surprise to
History Today Assignment 1
1. The American image of the Italians at the time was that they possessed the power to overturn
the American democracy. The article states: The problem wasnt that Italians didnt want to
History 104 V04
The American people and society as a whole rapidly experienced changes occurring in their
everyday lives throughout the 1920s. The influences of many different groups allowed the American
people to believe in diff
1. Feminism is the advocacy of womens rights for political, social, and economic equality
to men. The first wave of feminism occurred in the late 19th, early 20th centuries and
originated at the Seneca Falls Conventio
History Essay 1
The United States Civil War was one of the bloodiest wars in American history. With the entire
country split into two, fighting one another nonstop, once it finally ended the damage had been done.
The country need
History Today Assignment 2
1) The author believes that Presidential Nominee Bernie Sanders to be a direct descendent of
Populists. Bernie called for a political revolution during his run for president and this was
Lecture 34 Glaciers
Glaciers and Ice Sheets
Glaciers are rivers of ice
Snow transforms to ice slowly
Glacial Advance and Retreat
a.) Cirque Glaciers
b.) Valley Glaciers
c.) Ice Caps
d.) Fjord Glaciers
AKA tidewater glac
Instructions for Exam I
Choose two questions from each of the three question groups.
Number each of your responses.
Each essay must be double spaced in 12 point Times New Roman font.
There is no word minimum or maximum- your responses should b
Chapter 20 The Elbow, Wrist, and Hand
I. The Elbow, Wrist, and Hand
A. The Wrist and hand are made up of 27 bones.
1. This area of the body is one of the most intricate yet most vulnerable to injury.
II. The Elbow
A. The 3 bones of the elbow joint are the
Happy Days Are Here Again/ Get Happy
q = 76
Trumpet in B
Happy Days Are Here Again/ Get Happy
The Importance of Being Earnest
By Oscar Wilde
1|P a g e
John (Jack/Ernest) Worthing, J.P. - The plays protagonist. Jack Worthing is a seemingly
responsible and respectable young man who leads a double life. In Hertfordshire, where he has a
Reading Response # 1
Highlight certain aspects of Malory Nye's work that have either challenged or enhanced your
understanding of religion?
As mentioned in Malory Nyes work, she states that religion is a part of a cultur
Class Percussion MUSC 157
SPRING 2016 Dr. Michael Kingan
DUE VIA E-MAIL THURSDAY, MAY 5, 2016 BY 10:30 AM
YOUR NAME IS: Joseph Moore
Match the Italian, German, and French translations to the corresponding instrument:
Introduction to Religion (RLST 100)
Group Quiz 9
Part I: Use the assigned readings and/or the PowerPoints to
define the following Terms:
1. The Good and evil dichotomy: theological logic that is used in
Western Christianity to talk about good and evil, co
Reading Response # 2
As Freuds book for the assigned reading, in is his work he pointed out many good ideas
on how one's childhood experiences can shape their religious perspective. One thing that he
mentions I personally
Phi Mu Alpha Zeta Tau
Next meeting: Sep 18th
Joshua Dicks, Michael
Weaver, Dan Hodgetts
Ginsystems: We dont know how to do it yet, nobody has responded so far. Great!
IUP Department of History
Topics in American History
Winter Session 2016/2017
Dr. Steven P. Schroeder
304L Humanities and Social Sciences Building
Continuous via em
2 basic parts
Significant things that happened onstage
Your opinion about what happened onstage
Elements of the Play
Actinggood? Bad? Okay? And why?
The plot and the storyengaging? Interesting? Easy to follow?
Boring? If its
World War II
1. What arguments did the Nazi Party make about Jewish people? What was Kristallnacht?
They were responsible for why Germany is weak, weaken genetically and are communists.
Attack on Jews at night, burn synagogue, lynching.
2. What was Lebens
The Great War (World War I)
1. What was the psychological impact of the Great War?
Post Traumatic stress disorder
2. What made the new warfare so horrifying?
Gases could blind men or give them painful blister, powerful machine guns plow down men,
Age of Revolution: The Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment
1. What was the geocentric model and how was it overturned?
That the earth is the center and everything else revolves around it, Nicolaus Copernicus says that
the sun is in the middle.
New Ideologies of the Industrial Age
1. What are capitalism and classical liberalism?
Capitalism- new economical system in which the means of production are privately owned and
operated for a profit.
Classical Liberalism- limited government, individual li
0 / 1 point
Based on their observations and experiments, major thinkers in the Scientific Revolution
geocentric (or earth-centered) view of the universe
heliocentric (or sun-cente
Rise of the Atlantic World
1. What was the Trans-Saharan trade?
Trans-Saharan trade traveled across the Sahara to reach sub-Saharan Africa from the North
African coast, Europe, or the Levant.
2. What showed wealth and power in African societies?
The Great Depression and Rise of Fascism
1. How did Florida foreshadow the coming economic crisis?
They had people investing in beach homes like crazy and then a hurricane hit and many lost their
2. What were some of the economical and psycho
The Industrial Revolution(s) and Free Labor Migration
1. What was the significance of the Crystal Palace/ Great Exhibition of 1851?
It was where the world's fair was held, 6 months in England, celebrated the industrial revolution.
2. Why did industrializa
The New Imperialism
1. What economic motives drove Europeans to acquire new colonies in the late 19th century?
Make more money, control foreign trade, new markets, cheap labor, raw material.
2. How did they justify their new colonization? What was the Whi
Recommitting to the Plantation Complex
1. On which side did most slaves fight in the American Revolution and why?
British, told them that they would be free if they fought with them.
2. Who was James Armistead?
Was a slave, went to fight for the US in the