explanation of the colonists actions
to the world.
list of grievances against GB.
declaration of Independence.
almost entirely by Thomas
Alexander H am ilton
Born In the British West Indies
Quickly embarked on a remarkable career.
Joined Washingtons Staff in 1777-1781
D id you Know ?
Alexander Hamiltons first-born son, Philip, was killed in a duel in 1801.
Vu American History
1. Slavery should be banned in all territory gained from MexicoWilmot proviso
2. How does popular sovereignty decide if a state is slave or free? The people vote
3. Describe the events of Bleeding Kansas Opened up for sett
Unit 2 Test Essays
The Declaration of Independence was an explanation of the colonists actions to the
world. In other words, it was a rationalization for themselves, a list of grievances for Great
Britain, and a formal declara
U.S. History H
The Great Depression: What The History Books Do Not Tell
Some believe the cause of the Great Depression was the Stock Market Crash. What the
history books do not talk about are the policy failures of the U
U.S. History H
The Decision To Use The Atomic Bomb
It is impossible to argue that the dropping of Atomic Bombs on Japan was a pleasant
event. President Trumans decision to use the atomic bombs against Japan in August 194
U.S. History H
The Right To Violate
In the U.S. constitution, American citizens are granted the basic rights of freedom of
speech, press, and freedom to protest against the government. Our founding fathers placed these
FDR in 1940
I believe that FDR should be elected for a third term. Roosevelts resume speaks for
itself. Not only did he serve the past 8 years as president, but he also has served as vice
president, assistant sec
Long, Hot Summer In Indiana Response
The Klu Klux Klan became a very powerful organization during the 1920s. This was due
to a few main reasons. First off, it was just the right place at the right time. Provinci
VU History 139 Reading Assignments Chapters 1, 2, 3
Reading Quiz over chapters 1, 2, 3
Quiz will be 25 questions long with 5 questions from Chapter 1 and 10
questions from Chapter 2 and 3. These will be multiple choice questions.
Chapter 1 pages 4, 5 and
VU US History 139
Topic List for Test 1: Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
1) Put your name and period on
of the essay form.
2) Write the topic of the essay above the rubric squares.
3) Make sure your essay fits in the space provided. (ha
History 139 Final Exam Review Sheet
People: Be able to identify and relate the significance of the following people.
Robert E Lee
John C Calhoun
Midterm Review 13-14
Eat breakfast and bring mints for the day of the test. Both are proven to help with
Plenty of rest the night before. Avoid spending the night before cramming.
Study in small sessions. Study a half an hour a ni
US HISTORY (H) MID-TERM STUDY GUIDE
Units 1-7 course materials to consider in particular: Unit review guides with chapter summaries & end of
chapter text assessment practices
Eat breakfast and bring mints for the day of the test.