Tuesday, September 11, 2001, was a primary election day in New York City, with
conferences, information sessions, and even a dance concert all scheduled at the World Trade
Center. No one couldve imagined the turn of event
Reforms of the Progressive Era DBQ
The Progressive Era in the United States lasted from 1890 to 1920 and brought about
many reforms in the nation. The population was rising, and industrialization was growing at a
rapid pace. The effects of u
Thirteen Days Quotes Part One
1. Listening to the proposals, I passed a note to the President: I now know how Tojo felt
when he was planning Pearl Harbor (Kennedy, 25).
The Ex Comm, or the Executive Committee of the National
BY CAROL ANN PEARCE
Pearce, Carol Ann. Amelia Earhart. New York: Facts on File, 1988.
Pearces chronicle of Americas beloved heroine, Amelia Earhart, takes off with her news
conference in New York about her plan
Thirteen Days Final Book Review
1. Do you believe the author was objective and rendered an accurate portrayal of the historic
event? Defend your answer by providing specific references from the text.
No, I do not believe the
Thirteen Days Quotes Part Two
1. The President took time out of his other deliberations personally to compose an answer:
I think you attention might well be directed to the burglar rather than to those who
caught the burglar
FIRST QUARTER DBQ
The issue of federal powers was so contested in the new United Stated because the nation
was afraid of the return of a dictator or foreign colonial power. The Constitutional Convention
and the ratification
THIRD QUARTER DBQ
The Civil War was fought between the Union and Confederate States of America, lasting
from 1861 to 1865. The war began on April 12, 1861 at Fort Sumter, a few months after the
secession of South Carolina. M
SECOND QUARTER DBQ
The phrase, Manifest Destiny was coined by John OSullivan, the editor of the
Democratic Review, in 1845. Manifest means clear or obvious, while Destiny is fate.
Manifest Destiny was the belief that the Uni
BY DAVID MCCULLOUGH
McCullough, David. John Adams. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001.
McCulloughs epic biography of John Adams starts off with his ride to Philadelphia on
Wednesday, January 24, 1776 with his compan
THE CIVIL WAR
BY MICHAEL GOLAY
Golay, Michael. The Civil War. New York: Facts on File, 1992.
The Civil War was mainly caused by the controversy of slavery between the North and
South. Slavery had become a political issue in 1