Ideas from Text: Key Words & Phrases
My Reactions, Thoughts, Feelings,
1. Remember the ladies.
1. I love how Abigail worded this.
2. we are determined to foment a Rebellion 2. She threatened him a rebellion, but why
3. Men of sense in a
When the U.S. began expanding its borders in the 19th century, great confusion occurred
about her true motives. Was she just invading the other nations to take control? Was there
another motive for her sudden burst into expansion? The United States had a
August, 31, 1855
Its already been a year since I left my family in New York. Everything is so different
here. Its odd thinking about how I would make a dollar a day in New York, but here I
make nearly 30. But the cost of day to day living offsets the prof
The three authors definitely differ in their attitudes towards immigrants. Emma Lazarus makes
immigrants sound weak, like they need protection and care. Lee Chew takes a 180 and calls out
the behavior of certain immigrants and the prejudice they exhibit.
Watch out America! Here Comes the Future!
The industrial capitalists of the 20th century can be described as engine conductors.
They lead and pave a path way towards the future. The conductors bring about
renovations and let passengers ride on their train
(WBJ = William Jennings Bryan)
(Grammatical errors exist to emphasize Tyrones hood accent)
Keeping it Real with Tyrone
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Hows your life down there? Honestly, I think you should move up here with me. Imagine the job
opportunities, voting rights, higher wages, and having better homes! Whats left in Alabama
anyways? Horrible sharecr
John: Hey Bob, your daughter is quite the Necker.
Bob: John, you dirty rag-a-muffin! Dont talk about my baby girl like that!
John: Come on Bob, I just wanna punch the bag with you a little. After all, shes my Sheba and
Im her Sheik.
Bob: You leave her alo
1. Anything in relations with prohibiting alcohol.
2. To protect the American Family. A lot of men spent time at saloons and often wasted the
money that should have been used for food, clothing, housing, etc.
3. The ultimate goal was to get rid of Alcohol
1. To include universal suffrage in the 15th amendment.
2. It allowed black men to vote.
3. It requested that suffrage rights be extended to women and that women be granted the
privilege of being heard on the floor of Congress.
4. It was signed by Susan B
Dear Honorable Judge,
How can you justify stealing land and killing innocent people by saying its a will of
God? The United States believed that God had willed for them to conquer the whole
continent and connect sea to shining sea. In the
Today in America, Muslims are being still oppressed even after the Civil Rights Era.
Everyone hated Muslims back then because Malcolm X was so radical. People believed
that they were crazy and inhuman. The whole anti-Muslim atmosphere resurrected after
Dr. King and Malcolm X had very separate tones and moods that they portrayed. "Why
do you keep saying white man?" Because it's the white man who does it. The quote from
his speech The Bullet or the Ballot summarizes his tone and mood perfectly. He sounds
It has been quite some months since I wrote to you last. This letter might be the most
important of them all. Ive heard about Britains struggle with Ireland and its own
economy, and I do feel for my motherland. But we, the colonists, are f
Youve lived in your neighborhood all your life. You know everyone else that lives there;
youre all a family. The few houses for sale were bought out and new neighbors moved
in. The neighbors are selfish, hostile people who are unfamiliar with the neighbor
John Brown was a man devoted to a cause that he perceived to be of monumental
importance. At a young age he was exposed to the brutality that the slaves were going
through, and he was set against the act of slavery since then.
Despite his intentions, the
Turn back the Time, way back into Americas roots. What comes to mind when you think
of developing America; Cotton, Revolutionary War, and taxes? What about slavery? In
this day and age, we condone slavery to be evil. But it was the opposite back then.
Compromise & The Civil
Compromises role in delaying the Civil War
1820: Missouri Compromise
Missouri wanted to enter the Union, which had a
perfect 50/50 slave to free state ratio.
The admission caused a bunch of issues so the
1. A positive development from the time of reconstruction was the gaining of
African Americans rights. This development is was positive because it gave the
freed slaves partial equality. Not only that, it paved a way for African American
1. Florida was a disputed state. The electoral votes given to Tilden were removed
and were quested for legitimacy. Other states that went through a similar role
were Louisiana, Oregon, and South Carolina.
2. The compromise of 1877 was an unwritten deal th
Ive never really protested anything before. Well, once, when I was like 10 years old and
my parents forced me to sign up for a violin tutor class. I with held from eating food for
like 2 days, then I caved in and lost. Its funny to think about the famous
Your first question for your interviewee should include current personal info:
name, address, occupation, family, and interests. Age is optional.
Shannon Mellino, 8504 Hannary Circle, Theatre Actress, married 4 kids,
interested in theatre, dancing, and a
Its your boy, Scarface. How have you been my brother? I have never been better than I am
now. Just look at me, Im rolling in dough! I have power, money, and legions of ladies at my
disposal. Im the epitome of this bombing decade! No one is go