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the nation to heal as
quickly as possible from
the Civil War and planned
to reunify the nation
he was assassinated in
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?
The U.S.s decision to remain neutral during the 1920s and 30s
Ever since that god forsaken dustbowl ive lost everything but my family. My baby brother was even taken
from us. Id never imagined this happening to us, especially this soon, Im only 18. The Dust Bowl had
buried our house and farm killing the
The prohibition of alcohol, making one amendment that repeals it and another that enacts it. These
attempts to lower alcohol sales gave birth to new types of crimes.
How did the new technologies of WWI affect soldiers fighting on the front lines?
Technology affected the soldiers on the front line of WWI because they all had
different advantages to the war. Tanks are a good example as they could cross over
Isolationism- the U.S. declines to aid the Hungarian patriots in 1849
Isolationism is a policy of remaining apart from the affairs or interests of other groups, especially the
political affairs of other countries. The United States choosing to declin
The Great Expansion Tribune
The reason the Panama Canal was constructed
The U.S. built the canal as a precaution since there had been conflicts between the U.S. and Spain. The
U.S. had mobilized when theyd sent the USS Oregon off from California to Cuba.
American Literature Honors
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How does literature shape or reflect society?
Course Objectives: English III continues to develop students ability to identify and analyze a variety
Algebra 2 Honors with Mr. Connor
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Phone: (407) 835-4900 ext. 6062412
I am very happy to have you in this class. It is my sincere hope you will have a positive
experience in our class and come away with new knowledge and confi
Ceramics vocab term
Clay-malleable substance used to create pots
Fire-putting clay into a kiln
Glaze ware-pottery that has not been fired with a glass like coat
Slip-a liquid mixture of clay
Coil pot- a method used in pottery to create vessels
Columbus Go Home Questions
1. What were you taught about Columbus in elementary school? How does this
differ from the article?
That he was a man who tried to find new shipping routes by going the
Currently still on the reservation wondering if the world is safe for democracy yet
Hmmmmm Im a citizen but I cant vote #totallypointless
Being neutral is the smart choice, we shouldnt be in business that isnt our own