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Chapter 14

Chapter 14

Chapter 14 A New Industrial Age Natural Resources Fuel Industrialization Used steam engine to drill for oil. Made kerosene from the oil and gasoline as a byproduct. Coal and iron deposits are found and steel is made from the iron by removing carbon.

By Leo
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The Jazz Age

The Jazz Age

Chapter 17. The Jazz Age. The Growing Economy (2). Chapter 17. The Jazz Age. In the 1920’s widespread ownership of automobiles, radios, and other innovations changed how Americans lived.

By Gabriel
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Chapter 7 – From Nationalism to Sectionalism

Chapter 7 – From Nationalism to Sectionalism

Chapter 7 – From Nationalism to Sectionalism. Section Notes. Video. From Nationalism to Sectionalism. The Rise of Nationalism The Age of Jackson The Industrial North The Land of Cotton. Maps. Boundary Changes, 1803–1819 The Missouri Compromise

By avani
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World War II

World War II

World War II. Study Guide Identifications. Roots of War Treaty of Versailles Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere Adolph Hitler Pearl Harbor American Propaganda Manhattan Project. Study Guide Questions. What were the causes of WWII?

By kim
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The Politics of the 1920’s

The Politics of the 1920’s

The Politics of the 1920’s. Section 1: American Postwar Issues. The American public was exhausted from World War I. Public debate over the League of Nations had divided America. An economic downturn meant many faced unemployment. A wave of nativism swept the nation. . Isolationism.

By tonya
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Politics and Economics of the Jazz Age

Politics and Economics of the Jazz Age

Politics and Economics of the Jazz Age. Coach Presnell. Admin. Issues. WWI Homework Packet due today or Monday. 1920s homework packet due next Wednesday. Quiz returned on Monday. Objectives. Understand the political, social and economic dynamics of the 1920s and their effect on US History.

By ting
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Separate but Equal

Separate but Equal

Separate but Equal. Brown V. Board of Education. Brown v. Board of Education. Background. Personalities in the Case. Arguments. The Facts. Constitutional Precedents. The Aftermath. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $600. $600. $600.

By boaz
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Modern U.S. History Lecture #3

Modern U.S. History Lecture #3

Modern U.S. History Lecture #3. Western Expansion. Themes. Westward expansion promised new opportunities for the American dream, yet success was often elusive. The promises of American life were not available to Native Americans. Farmers began to call for reform.

By harper
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美国文学选读

美国文学选读

美国文学选读. Responding to Literature. Orientation . Questions for the two different groups in the class(compare the difference in the answers) 1. Why do you read literature? 2.Why do we read literature?

By belisma
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American Indian Probate Reform Act of 2004 (AIPRA)

American Indian Probate Reform Act of 2004 (AIPRA)

American Indian Probate Reform Act of 2004 (AIPRA). Floyd H. Azure II Montana State University Extension Undergraduate Student Assistant Marsha A. Goetting Montana State University Extension Family Economics Specialist; Department of Agricultural Economics & Economics.

By waverly
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“Everyday Use”

“Everyday Use”

“Everyday Use”. Alice Walker. Historical Background. Written in 1973 Black Nationalism/ Black Pride Ideas encouraged African-Americans to learn about their African ancestry emphasized cultural, political, and economic independence for African Americans Discriminated against women

By daire
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How did Slavery Develop in the American Colonies?

How did Slavery Develop in the American Colonies?

How did Slavery Develop in the American Colonies?. Making sense of slavery:. Comparing: Development in: The Chesapeake The North The “low country” Why all the detail? Not monolithic . . . A human relationship that changes over time. Making sense of slavery:. Societies with slaves

By chika
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American History

American History

American History. Unit 16: The Roaring 20s. Women’s Changing Roles. The Flapper Image The flapper, a type of bold, fun-loving young woman, came to symbolize a revolution in manners and morals that took place in the 1920s. Flappers challenged conventions of dress, hairstyle, and behavior.

By shantell
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From Technocracy to Technopoly

From Technocracy to Technopoly

From Technocracy to Technopoly. What technocracy (Bacon) brought to human (man) most? --We had to learn how to invent new things but not ask why we invent-human were treated as “ 消費者 ” What we still left in technocratic culture? ----the world view of tool-using culture

By brencis
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The Slave Economy Page 479

The Slave Economy Page 479

The Slave Economy Page 479. Views on Slavery. Slavery had been a part of American life since colonial days. Some people thought slavery was wrong. Most Northerners once thought that all Southerners owned slaves. The Slave Economy. Southern Slaveholders in 1860: 75% owned no slaves

By shelby
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WW II: The Home Front

WW II: The Home Front

WW II: The Home Front. Lend-Lease Act (1941). Authorized president to lend or lease arms and equipment to nations whose defense he considered vital to U.S. Primarily designed to help Great Britain Extended to Soviet Union later that year. Atlantic Charter (1941).

By ventana
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DEFENDING “MORTGAGE FRAUD” CASES

DEFENDING “MORTGAGE FRAUD” CASES

DEFENDING “MORTGAGE FRAUD” CASES. KEVIN A. TATE Federal Defenders of Western North Carolina Eastern District of North Carolina CJA Training Wrightsville Beach, NC October 9, 2009. CHARGING SCHEMES. CONSPIRACY BANK FRAUD WIRE FRAUD MAIL FRAUD MONEY LAUNDERING HONEST SERVICES

By Jims
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The Fireside Poets

The Fireside Poets

The Fireside Poets. America’s First Literary Stars.

By libitha
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Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance. Themes for Analysis. African-Americans’ struggle to claim a distinct cultural identity and yet be seen as American Obstacles: discrimination, stereotypes, lost African heritage, White approval/disapproval.

By prue
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The Public Service Publisher Initiative

The Public Service Publisher Initiative

The Public Service Publisher Initiative. a public service media resource. What is it?. an access point, archive and resource for public service programming a service provider to stations and the public an integrator of audio and video content and enabling technologies

By devorah
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