What was the event about?
When did it happen? Over a period of time? A certain date?
Where did it happen?
Who was involved?
How does it relate to manifest destiny?
How does this Affect American history?
Reaction to the conflict. (Good or Bad?)
Have to get at least 150 scripts
Have to be at least 10 minutes
Each script goes on a different page
Friday, January 2nd, 2015
Hi! My name is Kerry Matthews. Im from Lincoln County
West Virginia. haha
But I go to school at Scott High Schoo
Child abduction is a parent's worst nightmare. We hear about it on the television, we
read about it on the internet and even sometimes the newspapers, a form of media
that is quickly becoming extinct. Writers love to turn the public's worst fears into
A CHILDRENS STORY
Old Major woke up after a long, deep sleep one morning. He was a big ol fat pig who had lived
for many, many years. He decided to gather all of the animals and discuss something very
My fellow animals, I had a drea
Pilgrims Self Government- Small communities that trade and control themselves.
Bacons Rebellion and King Philip's War (have in common)- Both of these events were
about land and trying to protect it. They also both show an uprising against tyranny.
Un arbre gnalogique
Ma grand-mre et grand-pre
Alvin et Teresa
Mes parents Marsha et KK
Mon frre Gage
Mon frre Kyle
Mon arrire grand-mre.
Mon oncle Jeremy
Mon frre Klayton
Ma tante Shelly
Mon frre appel Kyle. Il est
Navigation Acts 1651 - British put a stop to colonies trading with other countries. Under
this act the Colonies could only trade with Great Britain. This was one of the starts of the
French and Indian War 1754 - Also known as th
The navigation acts angered the colonists because the colonies could only ship goods to
England, so the other country could secure a profit.
Mercantilism is the act of restraining exports to increase pr
Navigation Acts 1651 - 9 October 1651
In October of 1651, the English Parliament passed its Navigation Acts of 1651. These Acts were
designed to tighten the government's control over trade between England, its colonies, and the
rest of the world.
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1st Block US History
1.Chosen to be the second Continental Congress delegate by the
2.One of the drafters of the Declaration of Independence
3. Is known with his diplomacy with Franc
Rights to Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, Petition
Right to Bear Arms
Quartering of Soldiers
Search and Seizure
Grand Jury, Double Jeopardy, Self-Incrimination, Due
Rights of Accused in Crim
1.Puritans and Quakers are two religious groups that played
important roles in the colonization of America. Both groups left
England and came to America with the desire to practice their
religions more freely. Both Puritans and Quakers disliked the