1. Approximation: 3,350,379 miles
2. Approximation: 1,406,10 miles
3. Approximation: 1,445,99
1. I live in Wesley Chapel, Florida which is located in
the Southeast region of the United States. Wesley
Chapel is located north of Ybor city whic
June 22nd, 2017
Explain how events such as Vietnam War and Watergate affected the American publics
opinion of the U.S government.
In my own words I think the question is asking to give an explanation how these situations
June 11, 2017
Wanted to make the Korean Peninsula into a communist nation.
But US and UN stopped them before they could do it.
Soo North Korea and China teamed up and pushed the united states and united n
U.S. History Pace Chart: Seg 1 (8 Weeks)
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Week Due Date:
1.00, 1.01, 1.02, 1.03, 1.04, 1.05, 1.05H*
1.06, 1.07. 1.08 (DBA), 1.09, 2.00
2.01, 2.02, 2.02H*, 2.03, 2.04, 2.05,
Read the question below and use your knowledge of the time period to write your
response. You are welcome to refer back to the lesson; however, all writing should
be in your own words.
I'm writing to you from Houston, Texas. Its completely different from home in
Amsterdam. Its not as crowded as home, but there are lots of people from all around! Walking
through the neighborhood, I found people from China, Austria, and even
Historians use geographic tools as one way to learn about the nation's past. Two common
tools are maps and globes.
Maps are two-dimensional illustrations showing geographical features and information.
Globes, on the other hand, show geogra
At the start of the Civil War, the U.S. economy was based on agriculture. A minority of people
did factory work, mainly in the Northeast. Those factories were developed during the First
Starting in Great Britain in about 1760, new m
In this lesson, you have learned how the period after the Civil War was a nadir, or low point, in
race relations between blacks and whites. Now you will demonstrate your understanding by
responding to a writing prompt.
Read the question below and use your
Child Labor in the 1800-1900's
Child labor was a common practice put in place by business owners in America
throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Children, from the young age of four, were
forced to work in confined, dangerous factories that were infest
02.01 Regions Chart and Written Response
The Second Industrial Revolution affected the regions of the United States differently. Use this chart to
compare the effects of the revolution on the North, South, West, and Midwest. In the chart, you will
the nation to heal
as quickly as
possible from the
Civil War and
planned to reunify
the nation quickly.
he was assassinated in
1865 only days after
Robert E. Lees
plans for Recon
How was the Social
Was the Social Problem
Is the Social Problem
of the Industrial
addressed successfully? Be sure
still an issue today?
during the Industrial Age
to support your opinion with
(social movement, law,
In this lesson, you learned how business practices like vertical and horizontal integration helped
Industrialists reduce competition and expand their businesses. For this assignment, you are
going to research and explore the concept of vertical integratio
1. Using the scale on the interactive map, give the approximate distance in miles that the
Pilgrims traveled in their journey from Plymouth, England, to Plymouth, Massachusetts.
If one inch is equal to 582.5 miles and the measure of distance bet
Assignment for 3.01
In this assessment, you will review several events that involved the United States during this period and
decide what type of foreign policy each represents. You will need to choose one event that represents
isolationism, one event tha
US 1.06 | Wendelin Milian
Assignment for 1.06
Read the question below and use your knowledge of the time period to write your response. You
are welcome to refer back to the lesson; however, all writing should be in your own words.
"Explain how freedoms fo
I used Google and I just searched the question. I think the question is asking what
life in America would be like if the Vietnam War and Watergate hadnt happened.
German Americans- We were treated poorly. I thought we were all
created equal. I even had to change my name to an American
Jewish Americans- I have faced so many discrimina
01.04 SWBS Chart and Reflection
The "Somebody-Wanted-But-So" chart is an excellent way to summarize important information from
history. In it, you identify a person or group of people; their goal, need, or want; what conflict of interest
stood in the way;
Question: Explain how freedoms for African Americans were socially, politically, and economically limited
from 1865 to 1900?
From 1865 to 1900 African Americans were very segregated and it was a very difficult time for
them. Although they
1.05 A NEW
The 19th amendment prohibits the states and government from denying citizens
their right to vote based on their sex.
This amendment was made to protect all citizens right to vote regardless of sex.
05.01 World War Again:
1. Explain the reasons for U.S. neutrality during the 1920s and 1930s. How did
ideas about neutrality change during the period from the end of World War I
to the passage of the Lend-Lease Act? Be sure to include any event
07.03 MINORITY RIGHTS:
Today, in India, over 200 million people
make up a social class called Dalit. They
are considered, untouchable. This is the
lowest class in the Indian caste system.
Dalits make up about
08.02 CCC Chart and Reflection
This Causes-Course-Consequences, or CCC, chart is another excellent way to summarize important
information from history. In it, you identify the cause or causes of a particular event and what happened
during the event, calle
06.05 The Cold War: Assignment
The relationship between the United States and Cuba changed when Fidel Castro gained power
in Cuba in 1959. Within years of gaining power, Fidel Castro seized private farms, made farmers
workers of the state, nationalized hu