US II A - D Day
AMERICAS NEXT TOP COLONY
Heres your chance to show the world what makes your territory
the MOST important/successful/the only place to live!
Promote your colony with information and visuals!
Compete with the other Colonies to be the Top Colony
US History 1A
Chapters 3 Worksheet
Date_see schedule on back_
What was life like in the colonies? How did the colonists develop a view of independence different from
that of the English crown?
Cherry Hill Standards Addressed:
US History 1A
Chapters 2 Worksheet
See due dates below
What motivated European settlement tactics? How did each of the European nations interact, or not, with
the Native populations upon settlement of the new territory? How did
The president presents his vision of America's role in a world threatened by Communism.
Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Members of the Congress of the United States:
The gravity of the situation, which confronts the world today, necessitates my appearance bef
Chapter 26, Origins of the Cold War - Study Guide
How will the test look?
Suggestions for studying.
US II A - The Truman Doctrine/Primary Source Activity
This assignment is worth 20 points and is due on Day 1.
Consider this as you answer the questions:IfyouwereinCongresswouldyou
US II A - Chapter 24 A World in Flames
Study Guide US II A - Chapters 24 & 25 World War II
Test Date _
What should you know?
1) Causes of World War II
2) rise of totalitarianism in Europe
4) Who did Hitler blame for the cause of Germanys problems?
5) The Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression P
Notes on Chapter 3 Section 4
Colonial population in the 1700s expanded very quickly
Large families and massive immigration
Women had no legal status in the colonies
All property belonged to husbands once married, although
single women could own property,