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Super Bowl Champs

We ’ re Dat!. Super Bowl Champs. We Still ‘ like ’ Manning. We Just ‘ love ’ Dem Saints. Countdown til LEAP - 29 school days. Louisiana History Mr. E. and Ms. Craig Monday, Feb. 08, 2010. Goods sent or sold to another country .

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Super Bowl Champs

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  1. We’re Dat! Super Bowl Champs We Still‘like’ Manning We Just‘love’ Dem Saints

  2. Countdown til LEAP - 29 school days

  3. Louisiana History Mr. E. and Ms. Craig Monday, Feb. 08, 2010

  4. Goods sent or sold to another country. Louisiana’s leading export was cotton, making 1855New Orleans becomes the largest banking center in the country, 2nd only to New York. New Orleans was the state’s commercial urban center. Exports FACT # 1

  5. INVESTERS People who risk their own money on a project in hopes of a future. The people only make their money back when the venture is complete by charging a fee. Such item were canals and railroads. FACT # 2

  6. Canals • Manmade waterways in 1856 began to connected Louisiana’s rivers and bayous. • The first canals were dug by private investors (people who risked their own money on a project) who charged users a fee. FACT # 3

  7. Internal Improvements • The political and economic focus on (roads, bridges, canals, and other transportation needs) increased with the coming of the railroad. Passengers on the earliest railroads in Louisiana paid a 25-cent fare for an exciting but not always pleasant ride. FACT # 4

  8. The belief by Americans that they were destined to spread out across the continent. • Sometimes they believed the whole continent awaited their arrival. • A journalist wrote “…the fulfillment of our Providence…” FACT # 5

  9. Tutors • Some children were taught at home, and the wealthy planters often hired tutors (private teachers). • Many children were still taught in private schools and many more children who lived outside the cities and towns received little education. • An early one-room schoolhouse in Claiborne Parish was typical. School “took in” at 8:00 a.m. and “turned out” at 5:00 p.m. FACT # 6

  10. Vocabulary Cards TWO Vocabulary Term and small drawing BLANK Front of card Definition of Term LINED Back of card Assignment

  11. F-Y-I • U Grade texting message • Fact-test on Friday • BB assignment due by Friday • Quizzes up NOW • Buy your yearbooks be they’re sold out • EETV online at the school’s webpage • Mardi Gras Holiday begins Friday AFTER SCHOOL

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