Zinn Chapter 15 (Text Chapter 24)
*Start a few pages into the chapter, with the paragraph reading, After the crash, the economy was stunned
Assess Calvin Coolidges intelligence by his statement about the Depression he made in 1931 (the one
about job lo
Zinn 13 (Text Chapter 21)
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1. Explain the kind of Analysis Zinn is using when he introduces Emma Goldmans passage.
2. What point is made in the story about the dog and child labor? (they call the dog something other
than a dog, actually).
Circle the appropriate number for each part of your interview, and write the total here
Reading Log: The goals set last week are clear and reasonable for reading rate, and the goal is set for
next week. My part
Zinn Chapter 8 (Textbook Chp 14)
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1. Do a POV on the opening passage. What does Colonel Hitchcock think and why does Zinn start
the chapter off with it?
2. Does the Washington Union newspaper seem to be a pro or anti-Polk paper? Explain.
TS: Willy is easily seen as the character who tries to earn a good opinion of himself
from others the most.
Good: It directs the thesis to one character with specific idea about
opinion of himself.
Weakness: It doesnt laser-focus the thesis to a more spec
Zinn Chapter 16 (pp. 407-424) For Text Chapter 25
Name Stephen Suh Block 4
Zinn complains that America had done some negative things in its past and that we cant really pretend to
always protect the innocent and weak. What examples does he cite?
Zinn 12 (Textbook chapter 20)
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1. Two significant events of 1890?
2. Explain the Purpose of Document for why Dean Rusk might have referred to the list of military
interventions in Latin America.
3. Compare/contrast George Washingtons Farewell
Zinn Chapter 10 (Text Chapter 16)
The Other Civil War
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[Start reading halfway through the chapter, where a paragraph starts: Even this might not have stopped labor militancy.]
1. Was the Civil War overall a positive development for the labor
Zinn Chapter 9 #2 for Text Chapter 16
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[Start with paragraph So when Lincoln was electedand you can stop when you get to the paragraph By early
1. Who should the pro-slavery southerners have opposed more-Lincoln or John C. Fremont? Expl
G4U2 Week 3 Video Transcript
Sie gehrt zu den viel beschwren Mythen politischen
Mrchenerzhler-die Altersarmut. Eine Gruselgeschichte die
in der Regel in drei Stufen erzhlt wird: am Anfang geht es um
die kleine Oma von nebenan, die aufgrund ihrer winzigen
APUSH Document 2.16
South Carolina Slave Code
The colonial legislature of South Carolina instituted these laws in the aftermath of the Stono Rebellion. Note that
the term mulatto referred to a person of European and African descent and that m
DOCUMENT 18.1 FREDERICK JACKSON TURNER, The Closing of the Frontier
At the Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, Frederick Jackson Turner (1861
1932), a young historian from the University of Wisconsin, publicly presented his
now famous frontier t
APUSH Document 5.7
ABIGAIL ADAMS, Letter to John Quincy Adams
Abigail Adams wrote the letter excerpted below to her thirteen-year-old son, John Quincy Adams, while he
accompanied his father, John Adams, on his diplomatic duties as special env
APUSH Document 5.5
ABIGAIL ADAMS, Letter to John Adams
In this letter to her husband, John Adams, Abigail Adams expresses support for American independence but asks
her husband to improve women's traditionally subordinate role to men.
APUSH Document 2.15
GEORGE CATO, Account of the Stono Rebellion
The Stono Rebellion of 1739, which took place in the British colony of South Carolina, was led by enslaved
Africans who were captured in the Kongo region of West Africa and forci
APUSH Document 2.13
Virginia Slave Laws
Throughout the 1660s, the Virginia House of Burgesses passed a series of statutes for the purpose of socially
separating white settlers from black slaves. Below are some of those statutes.
APUSH Document 2.14
Enslaved Africans to the Western Hemisphere
An estimated eleven million Africans were brought to the Western Hemisphere as slaves during nearly five hundred
years of European colonialism. The chart below traces the gr
MVHS 2015 APUSH Summer Assignment
Mr. Martin/Mr. Shirley
Students will need to know the location of all 50 states in the United States.
Students will need to know the capitals of all 50 states.
You will have a quiz over the location of the states
APUSH Document 5.3
PHILLIS WHEATLEY, "On Being Brought from Africa to America"
Phillis Wheatley (1753-1784) was born in Africa, transported as a girl to slavery in North America, and eventually
bought by John Wheatley of Boston, who taught he
APUSH REVIEW The Late Eighteenth and Nineteenth
Adamss Midnight Appointments- Federalist John
Adams was leaving office, wanted to fill up the court
Marbury vs. Madison-Marbury lost job due to this
APUSH EXAM REVIEW
THE SEVENTEENTH AND EARLY EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES
Evangelism-practicing and preaching the gospels of Jesus Christ to Christians and nonChristians
Indentured Servitude-5-7 years, young, single men, could be extended as punishment
Chapter 22: World War 1
1. Big Stick- This is referring to Teddy Roosevelts policies in governing. He believed in
a strong military. Speak softly and carry a big stick.
2. Allies-in World War I, Britain, France, Russia, and other belligerent nations fight
AP U.S. History
28 November 2011
Thirteen Days: A Memoir of the Cuban Missile Crisis
Thirteen Days was written by President Kennedys younger brother, politician, Robert F.
Kennedy. When John F. Kennedy became pres
AP U.S. History
13 February 2012
The Things They Carried
The Things They Carried was written by war veteran, Tim OBrien. Author, Tim O
Brien, identifies with the character in the book named Tim O Brien; he went to Macaleste
Century of Dishonor-Helen Hunt Jacksons novel against government policy and for
Birth of a Nation- 1915 D.W Griffiths film that depicted the original KKK as a heroic
The Shame of the Cities- Lincoln Steffens ser
Ch. 21 Questions
1. Identify the three basic attitudes underlying the Progressive Movement and explain how these
attitudes shaped the character and goals of the movement.
The Progressive Movement followed the thought that citizens needed to actively inter