April 28th, 2015
How The Blood Has Signed Our Names
Timothy B. Tyson wrote his book Blood Done Sign My Name about what he saw as he grew up
in the 1960s and 1970s. He recounted events he overheard or saw as a child, and then retold
AP United States History
Unit of Study: Industrialization, Urbanization, & Progressivism (1865 1916)
Political Paralysis in the Gilded Age, 18691896
Theme: Even as postCivil War America expanded and industrialized, political life
Memories of the Holocaust follows the experience of two different people, Sam
Bankhalter and Hinda Kibort.
Antisemitism is hostility, prejudice, or discrimination against Jews. A person who
holds such positions is called an antisemite. Ant
1. Hoover Documents
These readings were written by 3 different people/ groups. They all relate to the
Great Depression and President Hoover.
2. Herbert Hoover
Before his presidency, he graduated from Stanford w/ a degree in geology.
He then launched a car
After President Hoovers term and with the Great Depression at no relief,
immediately after President Roosevelts inauguration he passed a bill called, The
Emergency Banking Act of 1933. This act called for four-day mandatory
shutdown of U.S.
Is the Constitution a living document? The Constitution is still a living
document, because there is no realistic alternative. Although, society
(technology, foreign and domestic affairs, and the economy) has changed
immensely since it w
Lynn Sedwick Horner was an American lawmaker who represented West
Virginia in the United States House of Representatives from 1931 1933.
Horner was born in Clarksburg, West Virginia in 1874. As a child he
attended public schools. After scho