APUSH Kaplan Hofstadter: Part IV Imperialism and War Doc. 1.
March 16, 2007
According to Strong, the promise of America is to house the most superior race of all time, the Anglo-Saxons, who will develop the country into an imperial nation. Strong c
APUSH Ch. # 29 p. 849-854; 866-8; 882-4 Identify/Significance of Key Civil Rights terms
Emmett Till- Emmett Till was a teenager from Chicago, Illinois who was brutally murdered in Mississippi after apparently whistling at a white woman. Till
Kaplan February 12, 2007 Chapter 17 Outline of pp. 481-491 Beyond the Frontier A. Travelers encounter Great Plains extending from Mississippi River to Rocky Mountains 1. Prairie Plains were the eastern part of Great Plains a. Wisconsin, Minnes
May 1, 2007 Chapter 32: The Republican Resurgence Outline I. Regan in Power A. The Reagan Victory 1. Ronald Reagan and other conservatives took advantage of splits in the longlasting liberal Democratic coalition 2. The failure of Carter
APUSH May 25, 2007 The Dinner Party
Tonight, five of history's most compelling and opinionated men and women will sit down for dinner to discuss the changes in American society in the post-World War Two era. Joining me will be Booker T. Wash
APUSH Ch. # 25
Kaplan Themes: Great social upheaval- urbanization Tensions between urban and rural Americans Fervent Nationalism "So What"
The 1920s were a time of rapid economic and urban growth as well as continued social change. As an increasing
APUSH April 11, 2007
Great Issues Part VI Documents #8 and 9 and Ch. 26 Reading Questions 1. Why can it be said that Herbert Hoover was the right man at the wrong time? As president, Herbert Hoover used similar economic policies as previous
APUSH April 25, 2007 Prcis Document 6: The Atlantic Charter
President Franklin Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill announce their war aims, which they feel will create a lasting world peace. These aims include not acquiring more t
APUSH Kaplan Chapter 17 Outline of pp. 491- 507 I.
February 13, 2007
Settlement of the West A. People moved to West seeking adventure, to escape drab life, to escape religious persecution during good economic times B. Men and Women on the Over
January 7, 2005 Focus Question Outline How did the Humanist ideal of the power of the individual create a revolution in art, letters and politics in Europe during the Renaissance? Assumed: There was a revolution in art, letters and politics in Europe
In Helena, Mont. There was a kimberlite, the molten rock in which
diamonds are found, and preliminary tests had yielded a microscopic
diamond. If more are found at the 80-acre site, the land could become the
states first-ever commercial dia
Study Guide Unit 3 China Grand Canal- Sui Yangi, emp. Of Sui, used forced labor to make. Linked Huang & Yangtze rivers, easier to ship things. Chang'an- One of greatest cities of world, temples, palaces. Tang dynasty Canton- City in China Marco Polo-
Activity Points: Write-up
Period 5 January 3, 2005
1. The activity I chose was to read the book Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder. 2. I chose to read Sophie's World because I am interested in philosophy, which is what the book is about, and it is r
World History Final Study Guide
Geography (Match every term's origin the map) Multiple Choice Know all terms well, reread old tests Chronology Know each event, explain long term effect of each event Analogies Make at least 10 analogies between units.
Period 5 Focus Question Three To what extent did local cultural forces combine with Islam to make the Mughal and Ottoman empires distinct civilizations?
The Mughal and Ottoman Empires were both distinct civilizations due to the very different local
November 15, 2004
Focus Question 6
To what extent was medieval western European society a blend of classical, Christian,
and Germanic influences?
Medieval western European society was made up of a basis of three different
cultural influences, whi
November 22, 2004
Focus Question 7
How did the Hundred Years War, the Black Plague, and problems in the church alter
Medieval society had three foremost events that altered medieval society, the
Hundred Years War, the Black Plag
Secular- Worldly Machiavelli- Niccolo Machiavelli wrote The Prince, which was how to get and keep power. He rejected morals, and instead focused on self-centered leadership. Influenced future leaders w/ideas. The ends justify the means was main idea.
APUSH April 4, 2007
Hofstadter: Great Issues Part IV Documents # 7 and 12 Document 7 President Woodrow Wilson's claim that a permanent peace within the world can only occur by using peaceful standards is realistic, but his idea that all of t
APUSH April 13, 2007 New Deal Thesis Paragraph and Support To what extent did the New Deal change America?
In the 1930s, President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal aimed to not only recover the country from the Great Depression in the short run
APUSH December 1, 2006 Chapter 13 Outline of pp. 360-374 I.
Movement to the Far West A. Borderlands of the 1830s 1. Canada and Mexico sought after for expansionism by U.S. a. Webster-Ashburton Treaty- 1842- Solved fighting over territor
APUSH January 10, 2007
The American Political Tradition: Abraham Lincoln 1. What surprises you about Lincoln? I was most surprised about the true circumstances by which slavery was abolished under Abraham Lincoln. Most people perceive him to
APUSH November 9, 2006 Chapter 10 Questions
1. Why do we shift from "republic" to "democracy"? In the 1820s and 1830s, America began to describe its political institutions as "democracies." A republic had been originally been set up by the F
APUSH- Period 4 November 1, 2006 The American Political Tradition- Hofstadter on Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson's Character Traits/Leadership Qualities Jefferson believed in equality for all men because of reasoning, not feeling. Jefferson was pra
APUSH December 8, 2006 Chapter 13 Outline of pp. 374-5; 378-284 I.
Internal Expansionism A. The triumph of the railroad 1. American expansionists wanted to acquire new territories for growth and development of country 2. Railroads moved peop