Florida Becomes a Territory
In the early 1800s the United States stretched form the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River.
Many Americans wanted to move into lands west of the Mississippi River that was claimed by
several other Nations. Some be
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Three Branches of Government
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1. Who is the leader of the Executive Branch of government?
2. Name three other parts of the Executive Branch.
3. The President
The Election of 1800: Cliffhanger!
Presidential candidates Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr were deadlocked in the House of
Representatives with no majority for either. For seven days, as they maneuvered and schemed, the fate of
the young republic hung in
Sullivan Ballou Letter
July 14, 1861
Camp Clark, Washington
My very dear Sarah:
The indications are very strong that we shall move in a few daysperhaps tomorrow. Lest I should not be able to write
again, I feel impelled to write a few lines that may fall
Coming to America: The Immigrant Experience
Former President Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, Remember always that all of us are
descended from immigrants and revolutionists. In our study of the Industrial Revolution,
it is i
GREAT DEPRESSION AND NEW DEAL WEBQUEST
Go to http:/www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/features/timeline/rails-timeline/ and answer the
1) When did the Great Depression begin? What event sparked it?
Properties of Water
To complete this webquest, use the links at
1. Go to the short true/false quiz
How many questions did your group get right?
Identify the one thing that MOST surprised y
Checks and Balances
Use the chart on the back of this paper to answer the questions about checks and balances. Use Legislative, Executive, or Judicial on the space provided to
answer what branch of the U.S. government can check the other two
301 2008 1.
My brother married a Russian last year. -Really? My sister married a Russian last week! Galia wants to marry Zhenia, but is he afraid to marry her. Dostoevski was the greatest writer of the 19th century. Who was at the lecture? -Two childre
301 2008 1.
My brother married a Russian last year. -Really? My sister married a Russian last week! . -?/? ! suggests greater surprise or disbelief. Be sure to know the expressions / ( ? accusative) for a woman getting married, and ( ? prepositional) f
301 2006 1. When I was taking her to school we talked about her problem. [by vehicle] , . [on foot] , . Unidirectionals in the past tense 'set the scene' for an additional event. Note that the destination is in the accusative case! All such destinations
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. 2 1. - why is this form instrumental? 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. - note that also means 'strict' . 3 1. 2. 3. or 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. (past of , 'perish') or (past of , 'to die') We've learned how to create pa
301 2007 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Where's Boris? Did he go to the store? -He's gone to a concert. Where were you last week? -I went to Siberia. Did you call me when you were on your way to school? No, I never call you when I'm taking my daughter to school in the m
301 2009 . 1. .
Final Review 1
He wanted to marry her but she didn't want to marry him. , . Take care the expressions: + ( ? - prepositional) - + / ( ? - accusative) His brother didn't want to marry anyone. he's still a bachelor. . . Remember that a prep
301 2009 1.
Was it snowing when you were coming/on the way home? -No, but it started to rain. It rained all night. , ? -, . . - use accusative to express duration of an action In a week we'll go to Russia. Are you interested in Russia? -Yes, but I'v