2.04 Declaring Independence
Ideas From Text: Key Words &
1. What are some of the key ideas of
the letters between John and Abigail
2. What does Abigail Adams threaten
to do if women are not given
representation in the new laws of the
4.06 Reconstruction- Part 1
Poem- Part 2
After centuries of being forced to pick and plow,
The slaves got their freedom but they wondered how.
They were able to vote, free like the rest.
Thanks to a group also known as Congress.
Unfortunately though, ther
2.05 Lexington and Concord
There are always two sides to every story. However, not every side is the complete truth
and everyone has a different perspectiveone tale can be told exactly the same to three
different people, and each of those individuals woul
3.05 Perspectives on Slavery Article
Dear Diary: Today, after lunch, I was given the instruction to write an article about the
Perspectives on Slavery by the boss of my law magazine. But most importantly, I was given
the job to explain the value of histor
4.08H History Repeats Itself
1. Describe with clear and specific details from the texts the role the state of Florida played
in the outcome of the Election of 1876. What other states played a similar role?
a. In Florida, both political parties were accusi
4.07 The Law Versus Reality
Name two positive developments from the time of Reconstruction:
Item #1: The 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments were ratified, abolishing slavery throughout the
United States as well as making freed slaves citizens and giving blac