08.02: THE RENAISSANCE CONTINUES
Northern Art, Emotional Impact:
- Northern European art is perceived as a regional variation on Italian
- However, a different economy and social structure in the North provided
fertile ground for relig
- The Renaissance, or rebirth, was a result of the following factors:
- The Crusades stimulated trade, which contributed to the development of an
increasingly urban society.
- Trade = rise of wealthy merchants whose rise to pow
Religious Reform, Again:
Baroque art is rooted in the controversy launched by the Protestant Reformation that began in
Germany in 1517 C.E.
The various kingdoms and city-states of Italy, the Holy Roman Empire, Spain, and France
TRUMAN AND EISENHOWERCIVIL RIGHTS ACHIEVMENTS AND FAILURES
Harry S. Truman (19451952)
Dwight D. Eisenhower
As a member of the Senate, Truman worked
Did not actively enforce nor did get any real
hard to abolish the poll
Civil War & Reconstruction
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The Civil War & Reconstruction
I. The Similarities and Differences that Existed Between the Ante-bellum North and the South.
1) Similarities: a) a shared history; b) interdependent economics; and, c) both l
Civil RightsWomen, Latinos, and Native Americans
Field, Ron. Civil Rights in America. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press,
Paterson, David, and Willoughby, Doug and Susan. Civil Rights in the USA, 1863-1980.
Oxford, U.K.: Heinema
Civil War Notes
The Impact and Effects of the Civil WarWas the Civil War Americas Second Revolution?
Adapted from: Farmer, Alan. The American Civil War, 1861-1865. London: Hodder and
Stoughton, 2002, pp. 147-152.
The Emancipation of the Slaves
The Civil Rights Movement
Two Ways to Change
One: Legal action against restrictions, like
Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka,
KS or a law that is passed, like the Civil
Rights Act of 1964.
Two: Community action, such as the
Reconstruction Addendum to Waltons IB Reconstruction Notes of 2005
Reference: Paterson, D. and Willoughby, D. and S. Civil Rights in the USA, 1863-1980.
Oxford, U.K.: Heinemann Educational Publishers, 2001,
Reconstruction (1865-1877) was the attempt by th
The Civil Rights Movement in
the United States
Part I: Up to 1954
Blacks in Post-Civil War America
After the Civil War, most African-Americans were
still found in the South
Very few blacks were able to own land; most often
blacks were forced into sharec
Slavery in the Americas
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Slavery in the Americas
I. Slavery in the US.
I) The invention of the cotton gin (1793) gave slavery anew life.
2) Slavery led to the South being a static, conservative, and closed society. Race control was
These were the people who favored actively intervening in the South to abolish slavery. They
werent just philosophical objectors; they were active, not passive.
Following the revolution and during the first c
Supreme Court Civil Rights Decisions
Plessy v. Ferguson
Sweatt v. Painter
Fred M. Vinson
Brown v Board of
NAACP v. Alabama
Boynton v. Virginia
Civil Rights in the JFK Era
Freedom Rides and Sit-Ins, 1961
James Meredith and the Univ. of Miss., 1962
Birmingham, AL, 1963
George Wallace, 1963
1961- Freedom Riders
The most notable example of the Freedom Riders
came in 1961
Your Name _Joseph Fezza
Name of Community You Will Serve _Loxahatchee
1. List at least five issues in your community. Indicate the two that interest you most.
a. pick up trash*
b. after care
c. youth foot