Booker T. Washington Delivers the 1895 Atlanta Compromise Speech On September 18, 1895, African-American spokesman and leader Booker T. Washington spoke before a predominantly white audience at the Cotton States and International Exposition in Atlant
Unit 4: Era of Expansion
Cause and Effects of the War of 1812
Impressment- British were stopping American ships and forcing American sailors into the
British was seizing American ships landing in French ports- a violation of neutral rights
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U.S. History, 6th period
Reconstruction Fail or Success?
Reconstruction was meant to create equality for everyone, but it and the people created
tension and problems socially, economically, and politically
U.S. History 7
28 April 2017
The South needs to change its ways after the gory battles in the Civil
War and I will be the one to fix that. The Confederate generals and political
leaders will need to prove th
11.02 Fugitive Laws
Read the Event and Consequences chart.
Northwest Ordinance of 1787
Fugitive slaves who escaped to the Northwest
Territory could be captured and returned to their
U.S. Constitution Fugitive Slave Clause -
12.03 Research Outline
Create an outline, with notes, for your Research Project. Keep the final project in mind while
you are writing your outline.
Abraham Lincoln was one of the most influential abolitionists. He helped end slavery
by using his leadershi
11.03 Slave Narratives
Introduction: During the 1930s former slaves were interviewed in a Federal Writers Project Slave
Narratives. This was forty-five plus years since slavery had ended, so those interviewed were elderly, but
had vivid memories of being
2.01 Notes Guide
Answer the 2.01 Notes Guide as you engage in the lesson. At the end of the lesson, submit your
completed work to the 2.01 Notes Guide Dropbox.
I. First English Settlers
John Cabot, an English explorer, surveyed the North
12.03 Suspending Habeas Corpus
Introduction: President Lincoln suspended habeas corpus first in Maryland, one of the border
states. The suspension was later expanded to include all of the states. So what exactly did this
4.03 Revolutionary Battles
Respond to the 4.03 Revolutionary Battles chart as you read and research the sites provided on the
Battles of the Revolution web inquiry.
Part 1: Key Battles of the Revolutionary War
4.02 Declaration of Independence
Follow these directions to complete 4.02 Declaration of Independence and answer the Focus
Question. Submit your completed work to the 4.02 Declaration of Independence Dropbox.
Review the American colonists' complaints
NSC 68: United States Objectives and Programs for National Security (April 14, 1950) A Report to the President Pursuant to the President's Directive of January 31, 1950 TOP SECRET [Washington,] April 7, 1950 Contents Terms of Reference Analysis I. Ba
HISTORIC SPEECHES THEODORE ROOSEVELT The Strenuous Life April 1899 In speaking to you, men of the greatest city of the West, men of the State which gave to the country Lincoln and Grant, men who preeminently and distinctly embody all that is most Ame
The Vital Center The Foreword
Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony
Standard Oil and Foreign Missions It seems important to those who feel that a mistake has been made in soliciting and accepting a large gift from Mr. Rockefeller to the American Board that the grounds of their opposition should be more fully set fort
Drift and Mastery-Walter Lippman Introducation In the early months of 1914 widespread unemployment gave the anarchists in New York City an unusual opportunity for agitation. The newspapers and the police became hysterical, men were clubbed and arrest
What was the Federal Judiciary Act?
Law that designed the federal court system with multiple levels with the Supreme court
being the highest level.
Judiciary Act did the following:
- It called for the Supreme Court to have one Chief Justice (John Jay)