How $100 million should be distributed among Native Americans, Asian Americans,
African-Americans, and South/East Europeans:
I believe that the Native Americans should receive $50 million. I am granting them half
of the total money
Magazine Feature Article
The Bi-Winning Life of Robert M. La Follette Unwrapped Charlie Sheen Style
It is not everyday that one gets to witness a man from this terrestrial realm with tiger
blood. Robert M. Follette was always up front with hi
2. Were Blacks better off after Reconstruction than they were before?
Short intro, one supporting paragraph, and one opposing paragraph.
African Americans Given a New Start
After the victory of the Union over the Confederates i
What do these incidents tell us about the early national period?
The events that Thomas Jefferson encountered from roughly 1804-1812
confirmed that the nation was in a chaotic state of being. During this time period, major
The New American Government: Strong Points and Weak Points
In History class last week, students were divided into four groups and asked to
present a plan of government for the United States. The new government was to be in
effect after the Re
How got into predicament/background info
transformationdramatic than the destruction of the tradition Indian ways of life
follow bison herds pushed around by white settlers + Spanish from South
adapted to High Plains
miners + settlers took land
Chief Justice: John Marshall
Dartmouth College v. Woodward
Could New Hampshire transform a private corporation (Dartmouth) into a state
No, Dartmouth was not transformed into a state university.
Constitution forbade states to interfere w/contr
Due: April Fools!
Frederick Douglass born in a slave cabin in Maryland. As he grew up, both his mother
and grandmother abandoned him. From a young age, Douglass realized the importance of
reading and writing, so he went to ex
The Fight Against Immigration and the Failure to Integrate Millions
In the years just prior to 1880, America had just gone through Reconstruction. Three
vital amendments (13th, 14th, 15th) had been passed in order to give equal rights to
United States History
The Constitution of Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
After the years of the Revolutionary War, the thirteen colonies that later called
themselves the United States, were in serious need of rebuilding. The