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Lafarge: Myths that hide the American Indian
Myths of Native Americans
Affect of the frontier on the American Character
The frontier shaped the American Character
a group of many islands.
One of the most common ways an archipelago is
formed is through volcanic activity.
A sloping shoreline consisting of sand, gravel,
soil or other sediment.
Beaches are one of the
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Alexander Graham Bell 1847-1992; A U.S. scientist who was born in Scotland,
known for the invention of the telephone.
Placido Benavides 1810-1837; a Mexican-born settler in De Leons Colony. Led a
unit of Tejano fighters at the Battle of
AP US History
George Washington - [1789-97]
The first president and "father of the nation" was from Virginia. As a young
man, and loyal to the crown, he had served in the army and fought in the French
and Indian Wars. By 1758, Washington had be
Responses to Industriallsm
It is idle to talk of a peaceful strike. None such has ever occurred. All
combinations to interfere with perfect freedom in the proper
management and control of one's lawful business, to dictate the
terms upon which such busines
DRAWING THE COLOR LINE
A Peoples History of the United States, 1492-Present. By Howard Zinn
A black American writer, J. Saunders Redding, describes the arrival of a ship in North America
in the year 1619:
Sails furled, flag drooping at her rounded
APUSH - Notes - Colonial Wars in the 18th Century
Colonial Wars in 18th Century North America
I. France in Canada
A. France was late in coming to the New World
1. Much internal strife during 1500s between Catholics and Huguenots (Calvinists)
- St. Bart
APUSH - Notes - Middle Colonies
THE MIDDLE COLONIES
I. Characteristics of the Middle Colonies: NY, PA, NJ, DE
A. Excellent land for farming: region became known as the "bread colonies" for exports of
grain; also grew fruits and vegetables.
B. Three rivers
APUSH - Notes - New England Colonies
AP U.S. History
and the Middle Colonies in the 17th Century
I. Protestant Reformation
and the rise of Puritanism
A. 1517, Martin Luther
breaks away from the Catholic church; birth of Protestantism
APUSH - Notes - Colonial Society in 18th Century
COLONIAL SOCIETY IN THE 18
I. Characteristics of 18 th century British Colonial America
A. Enormous population growth: common feature.
1. Demographic changes resulted in shift in the balance of p
APUSH - Notes - Critical Period
THE NEW NATION (THE CRITICAL PERIOD): 1783-1789
*John Fiske: The Critical Period (1888): Viewed the era of the Articles of Confederation as critical to the future of
I. Constitution making in the states
Lecture Notes/ APUSH Unit 3-4
THE FEDERALIST ERA (1789-1801)
I. America c. 1790
A. Population nearly 4 million in 1790 census: doubling every 25 years.
1. About 90% of Americans lived on farms
2. Cities growing proportionally: Philadelp
A Peoples History of the United States, 1492-Present,
Chapter 2: Drawing the Color Line
By Howard Zinn
1. Print, read and be familiar with Guidelines for a Graded Discussion (listed under
the Assignments button on Blackboard).
2. Be sure you are able to t
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Lab 1: Using the Web as a Scientific Resource
Teratogens and Birth Defects
Name: _ Lab Date: _
Todays activity will help you gain a better understanding of teratogens. You will:
learn to identity scientifically credible websites from non-cr
Lab 2: Epigenetics
Name: _Joonhyoun Choi_ Lab Date: _Feb 11th 2017_
Goal: Todays activity will help you gain a better understanding of the interplay of your genetics
and environmental factors that can affect the expression of your genetics.
For many years
Lab 5: CPR
Name: _Joonhyoun Choi_ Lab Section: _5_
Goals: Todays activity will inform you of the proper way of performing CPR on adults,
children, and infants.
Part A: Using the Internet to Learn How to Perform CPR.
CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation i
Rationale of Course Content Sequence
At first glance, it may seem strange to have the female reproductive system and hormone replacement
therapy as the introductory content of a non-majors biology class. However, once you get big picture
view of the cours
Dr. Mark Bloom
Feb 11th 2017
General Perspective of Evolution
I remembered that I mentioned about the evolution when I was writing the first paper in this
course. I definitely do not believe the evolution theory. Because I
Neuroanatomy NSC 4366
Van Miller MD PhD
I NAMING OF PARTS
To-day we have naming of parts. Yesterday,
We had daily cleaning. And to-morrow morning,
We shall have what to do after firing. But to-day,
To-day we have naming of parts. Japonica
3rd General meeting
November 14, 2016
* Meet the Officers! *
Review Questions #2
Researchers have found that Parkinson's disease is related to deficiencies in the production of the chemical
dopamine in the brain. Of the following professionals, _ psychologists would probably be MOST
interested in these fi
REVIEW # 10
1. What was John Adams wifes name?
2. John Adams was born in what state?
3. What role did Adams play in the Declaration of Independence?
He convinced Jefferson to write the document
4. From what country did he obtain a lo
REVIEW TEST # 5
1. The two earliest experiments in self-government in the Colonies
The House of Burgesses
The Mayflower Compact
2. The name of the relaxed policy the British took toward the colonies from 1607 to 1763
3. The label given to t
REVIEW # 13
1. Who were the two accused of making a corrupt bargain?
John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay
2. Henry Clay disproved the charge of a corrupt bargain between himself and President Adams
by refusing to take the position of Secretary of State. T or
PRESIDENTIAL SWEEPSTAKES 1
Washington the first president, invented the presidency, planned the first U. S. capital,
Mt. Vernon, gave the famous Farewell Address
John Adams served as first Vice President, married Abigail, had a volatile personality,
REVIEW # 3
1. Name of the company that sent settlers to Jamestown.
The Virginia Company
2. When was Jamestown settled?
3. What discovery stabilized Jamestown economically and became the staple crop of early
4. What was the result of
REVIEW # 7
1. The act in 1774 that extended the Canadian influence down into the Ohio Valley and
established the French language and Catholicism in that area.
The Quebec Act
2. The Massachusetts militia men who were prepared to fight in a minute.
REVIEW # 8
1. The Articles of Confederation provided stability in the years after the Treaty of Paris was
signed in 1783? T or F [False]
2. What was the significance of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787?
It organized the territories in the Northwest for eve