_ has emerged as the main medium for mass communication
When you contrast global culture with individual cultures, you find that _.
American influence is waning
When did IKEA furniture cease to confer high social status?
When the middle
radical republicans believed African-Americans deserved same political rights and
opportunities as whites.
laws passed by Southern states in 1865 and 1866, after the Civil War. These laws had
the intent and the eff
1. (p. 335-336) The chapter tells the story of Benjamin Montgomery to make the point that
A. former slaves who really tried could achieve a measure of prosperity in the postwar South.
B. Reconstruction clearly hinged on northern rather than southern ac
Alcott, Louisa May. Hospital sketches. Boston: James Redpath, 1960.
Letterman, Johnathan, M.D. Army of Potomac. Fairfax, VA: United States, Army of the
Potomac, Headquarters Press, 1862.
Tooker, /John, M.D. Antietam: Aspects of Medic
Medicine During the American Civil War
When most people think of the American Civil war they think guns, tanks, and bombs,
few ever think of the doctors, nurses and medicines used throughout the war. Many Confederates
and Union soldiers died from diseases
Henry David Thoreau Essay
Thoreau from the beginning, showed how tight he was with his money and how much he
valued what he had even if it wasnt much. Throughout this paper he tells of his work, he finds,
the money he makes and how wisely he spends it. He
AMERICAN CIVIL WAR RESEARCH PAPER
1. MAJOR ARGUMENT
A. The evolvement of medicine and hospital care from beginning to the end of the
a. Many Confederates and Union died from disease more than they did from
the actual war itself.
b. Out of 620
The Role Religion Plays on Slaves and Slaveholders
Religion was a very respective thing towards slaves and their owners. Although it seemed
as if slaves have their own form of religion compared to the Christianity that the slaveholders
had. Slaves had men
The Impact the Racial Attitude Had on the Heathen Youths Education and Religion
At the Heathen School, their main goal was to teach them English and convert them from
whatever their native religion was to Christianity. The school allowed Natives from all
1301 John Demos Essay
Potential essay topics:
Analyze the role economic changes in the early Republic (1780-1820s) stimulated
religious revivals and reforms.
Examine the role that American racial attitudes in the early Republic played on
education and r
Kickoff Questions Ch. 1-3
The environment played a major factor in how each culture was shaped. Most of the early North
American cultures were scientifically, mathematically and agriculturally advanced, creating
calendars as well as discovering seasonal c
Week 2: Discussion Questions American Yawp Ch. 4-6
From 1619 when the first group of slaves were imported to 1750, there were roughly around
100,000 African slaves throughout all North American Colonies. Each colony had their own
rules and laws about owni
The Stamp Act imposed by the British Parliament to the American colony caused anger and
revolt from the people. They didnt want to be the ones paying for the debt accumulated
by the British government during the French-Indian war.
. What does James Carter mean by inventing Vietnam? How did state-building
efforts influence US involvement in Vietnam? Use examples from the book to support your
In Inventing Vietnam James Carter argues that the United States tried to create a ne
HIST 3322 Midterm Review
HIST 3322 Midterm Review
Discuss the key features and figures involved in the early development of Vietnamese nationalism
within the context of struggling against outside forces.
Trung Sisters (40 AD)
111 BC Chinese too
Discuss French role in Indochina during the early twentieth century.
established base of operations in Cochinchina, eventually adding Annam, Tonkin and Laos as protectorates
Cochinchina was a relatively calm area compared to t
Why did the United States initially become involved in Vietnam?
to assist the French against the Viet Minh during First Indochina War
Mutual Defense Assistance Act
participated in covert operation at Dien Bien Phu
overtly took over role
Ho chi mein?
Ho Chi Minh is to many the father of the Vietnam as is held as a national hero. Ho Chi Minh
role in Vietnamese nationalism and communism is that during his time he tried to mix the two
together. He agreed with nationalist that Vietnam should
3. Against whom or what did U.S. soldiers fight in Vietnam? What was the NLF, the
Viet Cong? What was the importance of pacification and how did the military effort
contribute to it? What was the role of the Vietnamese civilian population?
America in Vietnam?
Initially the United States only got involved in the Indochina war to assist the French against the
Viet Minh. Also with the newly Mutual Defense Assistance Act America had to render aid to
Europe. They were other reasons for America h
Vietnam has many key figures that develop a strong sense of nationalism since their early
history, one of the first being the Trung sisters who when china took control of Vietnam in
111BC established rebel army and forced Chinese out of Nam V
What changed in Vietnam in November 1963?
Coup detat in RVN by ARVN generals
Ngo Dinh Diem execution
What did this event mean for US policy?
Could install new figurehead
What did it mean for the state of S. Vietnam?
What was the role of Ho Chi Minh in the development of Vietnamese nationalism and Vietnamese
George Washington of Vietnam
Early admiration of American revolutionary principles
Close relationship with CCP, Mao & Zhou Enlai
April 15, 2016
In United States history, the Great Awakening is described as a religious revival.
The Great Awakening was led by George Whitefield, and he had a very persuasive way
with the people of the colonies. He w
*Wash and dry fleece at least three times to get them wick
*Wash with non-scented detergent (check to see if it contain fabric softeners)
*Do not add fabric softener of any kind in washer or dryer
*Wash on warm water / dry on a med-low setting
Texas Slave Insurrection (1860)
1. What happened on 8 July 1860 in Texas? On whom were these events blamed, and what was
later found to confirm or deny these rumors?
- On July 8, 1860, most of the business section of Dallas was burned to the ground, and
Chapter 1: A new world (GML)
The first Americans
The settling of the Americas
The absence of livestock in the Western Hemisphere, however limited farming by preventing the plowing of
fields and the applicatons of natural fertilizer
Early inhabitant: f
Chapter 2: Beginnings of English America
- 1608: Quebec by France
- 1609: Henry Hudson: Hudsons river: Dutch colony of New Netherland
- 1610: Spanish: Santa Fe: New Mexico
England and the New World
Unifying the English Nation
John Cabot, sailing from E
American Revolutionary Period (Chapter 5)
The American Revolution did not come out of nowhere. Differences had been building up since the first
settlements. Distance made it difficult for the British monarchy and government to manage the everyday