1. Questions 7.1-7.3 refer to the following excerpt.
DOCUMENT EXCERPT: General Groves, Address to Officers Regarding the Atomic
As you know, this is the first time I have been here for a long time. A great many things have
1. Questions 2.12.3 refer to the following excerpt.
DOCUMENT EXCERPT: George Alsop, The Importance of Tobacco, 1660.
Tobacco is the only solid Staple Commodity of this Province: The use of it was first found out
by the Indians many Ages
1. Questions 9.1-9.3 refer to the following excerpt.
DOCUMENT EXCERPT: Ronald Reagan, The Air Traffic Controllers Strike, August 1981
This morning at 7 a.m. the union representing those who man Americas air traffic control
1. Questions 6.1-6.3 refer to the following image.
Modern Colossus of (Rail) Roads, 1879
6.1. The image of Cornelius Vanderbilt controlling his rail empire most directly reflects which of
the post-Civil War completion
1. Questions 8.1-8.3 refer to the following image.
Watergate Shipwreck. Ive Decided Not to Tell You about the Alleged Shipwreck. Paul
Szep, Boston Globe, July 11, 1973
8.1. Which of the following most directly reflects the meaning of the
5: Industrialization and Global Integration, c. 1750 to c. 1900
Key Concept 5.1. Industrialization and Global Capitalism
Industrialization fundamentally altered the production of goods around the world. It not only changed how goods
were produced an
1. Questions 4.1-4.3 refer to the following image.
The happy effects of that grand system of shutting ports against the English!
4.1. The image of President Thomas Jefferson addressing a group of disgruntled men most
directly reflects wh
1. Questions 3.1-3.3 refer to the following map.
Colonial Settlement and the Proclamation Line of 1763
3.1. According to the map, which of the following was west of the Proclamation Line of 1763?
the colonists settlements of Ohio and
1. Questions 5.1-5.3 refer to the following excerpt.
DOCUMENT EXCERPT: A Newspaper Man Declares the Manifest Destiny of the
United States in 1845, John L. OSullivan from Democratic Review.
It is time for opposition to the Annexation of T
the next minute curley was flopping like a fish on a line, and his closed fist was lost in lennies
This is an example of a hyperbole.
This scene show how Lennie was able to stop curley with just one hand. This also shows how his
GLOBAL HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY COURSE CALENDAR
UNIT 1- GEOGRAPHY AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
Lesson 1- Introduction
Lesson 2- What is World History?
Lesson 3- Social Sciences
Lesson 4- Historians
Lesson 5- Five Themes of Geography
Lesson 6- World M