Critical Reading Essay #1
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Roman imperialism begun with the crumbling Republic that previously ruled the Roman
people. The republic had always been a strong force, but over the years had become overrun by
dictators and corr
The text in the first column is from a copy in the handwriting of John Adams. From a
comparison of it with the facsimile of Jefferson's rough draft, it is evident that it
represents the first phrasing of the paper. The text in the second column is approxi
Expanded Blueprint Virginia and United States History
Assessed with Other History and Social Science Standards of Learning: The following skill-based
standards will be assessed through the reporting categories by applying them to other Standards of Learni
Reading Like a Historian
Historical Reading Skills
1. Sourcing(Before reading the document)
What type of document is this and when was it
written? Who was involved and where was it
What is known about this time period?
IB Paper Three Exam (May 2012) Student Examples with THACH framework:
Social-political conditions caused the rise and development of the caudillo rule in Latin American
during the period immediately after the wars of independence. With reference to two co
VIRGINIA AND UNITED
EARLY EUROPEAN EXPLORATION AND
COLONIZATION RESULTED IN CULTURAL
INTERACTIONS AMONG EUROPEANS, AFRICANS,
AND AMERICAN INDIANS
In what ways did the cultures of Europe, Africa, and
Modern History Sourcebook:
The Plan of San Luis Potosi,
November 20, 1910
The Mexican presidential election of 1910 was stolen when Porfirio Diaz - the longtime
dictator, had his opponent Madero arrested and imprisoned. Madero fled to an
ln the northern port of Mexico, a styleofrettolution arosethot contrastedsharply
with that of the senled, religious,gnnally consematirte
peasanu of Morelos.Here,
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THE COLLISION OF CULTURES
Christopher Columbus, who was born and reared in
‘ Genoa, Italy, obtained most of his early seafaring experi-
ence in the service of the Portuguese.As a young ma
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SAN MARTN, JOS DE. Jos de San Martn was born on February 25, 1778, in Yapey, in the
viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata*. His mother was Gregoria Matorras and his father was Juan de San
Martn, a professional soldier and government administrator of Yapeyu. The
Charleston, South Carolina, Sons of Liberty
Gibbes, Robert W.
1. Christopher Gadsden, merchant.
2. William Johnson, blacksmith.
3. Joseph Veree, carpenter.
4. John Fullerton, carpenter.
5. James Brown, carpenter.
6. Nath[anie]l Libby, ship carpenter.
Hi. option 2: History of the Americas
Three sections must be selected for study. Only people and events named in the guide will be named in
History guide IB HL OPTION: History of the Americas
Pre-modern societies are distinguished by a hierarchical and traditional structure.
In these societies, there is a focus on members not so much for being individuals, but for
being parts of the whole. People are linked to the rest of society through their
HOA E.C.- Tredegar Iron Works
Richmond was pivotal location during the Civil War, both symbolically, as the
Confederate capital, and strategically. The Confederate government centered here, as well as the
industry that powered the Confederate
National Archive Reflection
Mr. Harteis 7th Period
November 18, 2012
The National Archives narrative uses history to unify America as a nation. The National
Archives unify Americans by emphasizing common traditions, as well as providing inform
Extra Credit: Menorcans in the New World
The Minorcans in North America demonstrated that minority populations often had to
struggle in order to gain a foothold in society. The story of the Minorcans in New Smyrna is one
of great hardship. The