The Abolition of Slavery in Brazil: A Long and
By Nikki R. Maher
Yonkers Middle High School
December 4, 2015
I.B. History of the Americas
Ms. Brigid McMaster
1:37 2:23 pm
Why did Brazil wait such a long and gradual time to abolish
IB History of the Americas
May 25, 2016
Ms. McMaster Period 8
Why did conservatism gain such strength in the 80s and 90s?
Where did modern conservatism originate?
The rise of Conservatism in the 1980s and 1990s was a reaction to the nations ev
IB History (Period 8)
Many times, as shown throughout history, possession of territories are very imperative to
countries within the world. And if something or someone threatened that a countrys power hold
on a territory, war was likely. The im
IB Philosophy Mid-term Assignment
20 January 2016
Word Count: 1,726
Pro-Choice or Pro-life?
Abortion, the very controversial topic cannot be mentioned without sparking a debate.
But what exactly is abortion? For those who do n
Slavery in the Americas
By Fernando Acevedo
Yonkers High School
To what extent did the institutions of slavery differ in Brazil and the Southern United States?
Word Count - 2200
Table of Contents
Identification and Evaluation of Sources 3-4
Ramirez, Horacio N. Roque 2 Electoral revolts in the 1960s and 1970s. 1963 revolt led to 5
Mexican Americans on city council. Additionally, there were Civil rights protests.
Ford, Nancy Gentile Public pro
IB Candidate Number 001820330
IB Philosophy Internal Assessment
Word Count 1672
Part of Syllabus: Theories and Problems of Ethics
11 February 2016
Question: Should We Trust Each Other?
Claytons Realization Scene fr
Chapter 24 term sheet:
24 terms Identify and state the historical significance of the following:
ex-governor of California who had useful political connections and was part of the
Big Four that were the chief financial backers of the C
Ch. 34 Term Sheet
1. The Grapes of Wrath
The Dust Bowl was a prolonged drought that struck the states of the trans-Mississippi Great
Plains in late 1933. It was due to drought, wind, and dry-farming techniques and mechanization.
Burned and blown out of th
Chapter 14 Review
1. Samuel Slater
- Father of the Factory System in America
- Skilled young British mechanic who was attracted by bounties being offered to British
workers familiar with the textile machines
- Memorized the plans for the machinery,
Survey pgs. 287-291
1. Who traveled west
2. What evidence shows that the US is industrializing?
3. Who mostly lived in the US in 1850 and what is the historical significance?
4. How was pioneer life like in 1850?
5. How did the westward movemen
pg 35 Discussion Point
The racial differences would include segregation, while social and legal equality would include
voting and property rights
Pg 38 Discussion Point 1
This term is used because the Spanish colonies were very divided geographically into
The Most Important Event in U.S. History
As the great country that we are, the United States of America has had some good days
and not-so-good days. The most important event in the United States history, in my opinion, is
November 5, 2015
Plato-The Ring of Gyges
In Platos second book of Republic, the thought experiment involving the ring of gyges is
discussed. The legend tells of a shepherd, Gyges, who finds a ring on a dead body in
IB Candidate Number: 001282 0339
IB Philosophy Internal Assessment
Word Count: 1,608
Part of the syllabus: Theories and problems with ethics
Title- The judgment of our actions
Question: Does the end justify the means?
Chapter 38 Term Sheet
Dwight Eisenhower- Republican. Extremely popular war hero.
Grandfather of America. Nicknamed Ike. Was a wartime supreme commander
(general) of the Allied forces in Europe, army chief of staff after the war, and the first
Henry Demarest Lloyd
In 1894, the muckraker, Henry Demarest Lloyd charged headlong into the Standard Oil
Company with his book Wealth Against Commonwealth. Attacked bloated trusts.
Eccentric Thorstein Veblen assailed the new rich in
Ch. 41 Term Sheet
Jimmy Carter: President of the United States who was a peanut farmer and former governor of Georgia,
he defeated Gerald Ford in 1976. As President, he arranged the Camp David Accords between Egypt and Israel in 1978 but saw his
Chapter 40 Term Sheet:
Republican. Inaugurated on January 20, 1969, Richard Nixon urged the divided
Americans to stop arguing over Vietnam and race relations. Yet he seemed an unlikely
conciliator. He resented the liberal establishment. N
Chapter 19 Term Sheet
I. Identify and state the historical significance of the following:
Harriet Beecher Stowe
In 1852, she strained sectional tensions with her novel, Uncle Toms Cabin. She was
determined to awaken the North to the wickedness of slave
IB English Oral
Good morning guys, as you all know my name is Joneiri Cruz and the topic I chose to speak about
today is about Socities influence on an individual. I will be using the novel One flew over the Cuckoos Nest
and the play Macbet
Meiosis Essay Answer Key
Meiosis reduces chromosome number and rearranges genetic information.
a) Explain how the reduction and rearrangement are accomplished in meiosis. (5 pts max)
1 point: (homologous) chromosomes pair then separate and move