DBQ on classmate
Using the information you gathered today, write an essay about your partner. Make sure you refer to
the 3 artifacts (documents) throughout the essay.
My partner is Thomas Choi. He is age 13 and is korean. He likes to play
Objections to the Federal Constitution
Letter of Robert Yates and John Lansing to the Governor of New York
21 December 1787
Robert Yates was appointed, with John Lansing, Jr. and Alexander Hamilton, to
represent New York at the Philadelphia convention to
Art HW #2 Organic and Geometric Shapes Compositions Reflection
The way I made my artwork was by using patterns with the shapes I made that were geometric and
organic. The geometric shape I chose was a triangle and the organic shape was a
Writers Studio AssignmentWhere your Cell phone Goes to Die
Defend your view: Is it acceptable for electronics manufacturers to pay developing countries to
take the U.Ss e-waste?
No,it is not acceptable for electronics manufact
Writers Studio Assignment
II The High Price of Cheap Fashion
1. Imagine that your favorite brand of jeans is made in Bangladesh for an American company. What
actions, if any, should the company take in response to the recent
Hw #5 For tomorrow bring in 3 pieces of information that describe who you are. You can either
write three paragraphs or bring in items. These items must represent who you are. Each paragraph
or item has to be very different and express a
I. The Midcentury Challenge: War, Trade, and Social Conflict, 1750-1763
1) The French and Indian War
French claims and British claims overlapped so the British decided to befriend natives
and draw away the French-allied
A. Indian Goals
1) The Creeks wanted to become the dominant tribe -> attacked the Choctaws and
Apalchees. They attacked the Iroquois-speaking Tuscarora people too. They sold captives to
South Carolinian slave traders.
1) The Rise of the Iroquois
a. Iroquois conquered other Native American groups and waged with Algonquian
Indians. New France took their side.
b. Mohawks were the last to admit defeat , and they accepted Jesuits into their
I.The New Politics of Empire
1.1. The Rise of Colonial Assemblies
a. American assemblies copied the English whig party and limited power of crown
b. Constantly ignored the monarchs order to provide a royal gover
1. New Englands
A. Farm Families: Women in the Household Economy
Puritan society was patriarchal and women resumed a subordinate role.
Bearing and rearing children were the most important tasks and a web of leg
1) The Enlightenment in America
A. The European Enlightenment
Copernicus, a Polish astronomy, discovered that the Earth revolved around the sun and not
vice versa. His discovery undermined the power of the church and tha
1) African Laborers
a) Labor devoured indentured servitude and soon there werent enough servants to
feed to the growing plantations. There was a shift in slave trade.
b) Slavery was very gradual. The recognition of blacks
I. Colonies to Empire
A. The Restoration Colonies and Imperial Expansion
Conquered Spanish colonies and Dutch colonies.
1) The Carolinas
Proprietorship colony One person ruled the entire colony.
Proprietors envisioned t
A. Englands Tobacco Colonies
1) Sir Walter Raleighs three expeditions to North Carolina was a failure England
struggled with the concept of colonies in the beginning.
2) In 1606, King James I granted the Virginian Compa
A.P. U.S. History
A) Spanish rulers believed that there would be gold in North America because they
didnt know it was America. They needed an alternate route to Asia but the vastness
of America was larger than Columbus antici
1) Englands Tobacco Colonies
A) In order to get migrants to migrate, the Virginia Company allowed settlers to own
their own land and gave 100 acres to them. Those who imported slaves with them
got more land.
B) The Virgini