Reports of Incidents Following the Terrorist Attack
Vandals fired at least six bullets through windows of the Islamic Center of Irvine [Texas].
In Chicago, a Molotov cocktail was tossed Wednesday [September 12, 2001] at an Arab-American community
STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 1 & 2 ORIGIN OF MAN & EARLY CIVILIZATIONS
They study the lives of early human communities through the examination of their p
Rome Notes Part 2
The Roman Empire
Gap between rich and poor widens as Roman Republic grows
Farmers, former soldiers, lose to large estates; become homeless
Two _tribunes_, Tiberius and Gaius, try to help poor, are murdered
Rome Notes Part 1
The Early Republic
Site of Rome chosen for its fertile soil and strategic location
Located on Italian peninsula in center of _Mediterranean_ Sea
Built on seven hills on _Tiber_ River
The First Romans
Latins, Greeks, a
Rome Notes Part 3
The Fall of the Roman Empire
The Empire Declines
Pax Romana ends in A.D. 180 with death of emperor _ Marcus Aurelius_.
Subsequent emperors unable to govern giant empire
Romes Economy Weakens
Hostile tribes and pirates on the Mediterra
World History Midterm Exam Review
Chapter 1 & 2
1. These people study the lives of early human communities through the examination of their
2. Human-made objects such as pottery, weapons, and tools are known as these.
USI / CHAPTER ELEVEN / KEYS TO KNOW / MR. LIPMAN
Section 1: Anaconda Plan
Battle of Shiloh
Section 3: Greenbacks
Section 4: Battle of Gettysburg
March to the Sea
US1 / REVIEW SHEET CHAPTER TEN EXAM / MR. LIPMAN
1. Wilmot Proviso
3. Popular Sovereignty
4. Compromise of 1850
5. Whig Party
7. American Party
8. Free Soil Party
9. Republican Party
10. James Buchanan
11. Democratic Party
USI/ CHAPTER TEN SPEECH ASSIGNMENT ON SLAVERY AND ABOLITIONISM /
As we read and discuss chapter ten you will learn about the differences between
the North and the South over the issue of slavery. Many people in the North were
unwilling to go to
USI / CHAPTER TEN-KEYS TO THE CHAPTER / THE AMERICANS/ MR. LIPMAN
Theme: Throughout the decade of the 1850s events continue to move toward an inevitable war
between the North and the South over the issue of slavery.
Key Terms, People and Events
US1/ VOLUNTARY EXTRA CREDIT SPRING BREAK ASSIGNMENT / MR. LIPMAN
Several students have requested that they be permitted to do an extra credit assignment
over the spring break in hopes of raising their 3rd marking period grade. As you know,
my usual policy
US1/ KEYS TO CHAPTER SEVEN NATIONALISM AND SECTIONALISM / MR.
Theme: The North and the South begin to create different economies, which leads to
and disputes between them as the country begins to grow in size and population.
US1 / KEYS TO CHAPTER 6 LAUNCHING THE NEW NATION / MR.LIPMAN
Theme: With the Constitution ratified, and a new President elected, the nation begins to
problems that come with growing in size, power and economy.
Key Terms and People to Know:
US1 - HISTORY / MR. LIPMAN / BLACK HISTORY MONTH PROJECT
As you all know, the month of February is celebrated as
Black History Month. To honor this celebration our class will be preparing reports on
famous African-Americans who have had an impact on our c
U.S. HISTORY I MIDTERM: STUDY SHEET
CH 1 3 WORLDS MEET
CH 2 EUROPEAN COLONIES
CH 3 THE 13 COLONIES
Bering Land Bridge
Hunting-Gathering vs. Agricultural
USI / THE KEYS TO CHAPTER FIVE SHAPING A NEW NATION AND GOVERNMENT / MR.
Theme: While the colonies were able to defeat England, following the war the Articles of
proved to be ill equipped to govern the individual states . This led to
REVIEW SHEET / EXAM FOR CHAPTER FOUR / AMERICANS / MR. LIPMAN
The following terms, people, or places will appear on the exam for chapter four. You will receive
extra credit on the exam if you type out a complete sentence explaining the importance for each
USI / AMERICAN HISTORY / NEWSPAPER EXTRA CREDIT PROJECT / MR.
In order to assist those students who are trying to pass for the second marking period I
am providing the opportunity to do extra credit work over our holiday break. This is a v
USI / THE KEYS TO CHAPTER FOUR- THE WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE / MR.
Theme: The need for revenue to pay off war debts forces England to move from being our ally,
during the French and Indian War, to our enemy in just 12 short years. The colonies
USI HISTORY / MR. LIPMAN / 2nd Marking Period Project
COULD THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR HAVE BEEN PREVENTED?
The period leading up to the Revolutionary War was a contentious era. Although most
Americans were happy to be English subjects, a number of events occu
USI / THE AMERICANS / CHAPTER THREE REVIEW SHEET FOR EXAM / MR.
The following terms, events, and people listed below will appear on the exam for chapter three.
For an extra 15 points on the exam you may submit a typed statement setting forth a one