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Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Section 1- Resources, Strategies, and Early Battles. QOTD. How did the economies of the North and South differ?. Union Advantages. Population Industry supported war Coal and iron mines West- gold and silver. Union Advantages.

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Essential Question: What were the significant individuals & accomplishments of the Civil Rights movement? Chapter 28

Essential Question: What were the significant individuals & accomplishments of the Civil Rights movement? Chapter 28

Essential Question: What were the significant individuals & accomplishments of the Civil Rights movement? Chapter 28. Slavery in American History (1619-1865). Slavery in American History . In 1619, the 1 st African slaves were introduced in Jamestown

By laurel
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Border 2012 U.S. – Mexico Environmental Program

Border 2012 U.S. – Mexico Environmental Program

Border 2012 U.S. – Mexico Environmental Program. US/Mexico Border Scrap Tire Update Thirteenth Legislative Forum. Monterrey, N. L., Mexico. May 12, 2006. Miguel I. Flores, Director Water Quality Protection Division U.S. EPA Region 6. US/Mexico Border. Border 2012.

By hakan
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Agenda Setting Theory

Agenda Setting Theory

Agenda Setting Theory. Debbie Hilton and Alyce Miele . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ve1_MEMWcA. History of Agenda Setting Theory: Lippmann 1922 . The idea of Agenda Setting began in 1922 with Walter Lippmann’s Public Opinion book.

By demetra
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The Future Use of Interstate Compacts

The Future Use of Interstate Compacts

The Future Use of Interstate Compacts. Summit of the States on Interstate Cooperation June 1 - June 2, 2006 By Keon S. Chi The Council of State Governments. Key Questions. How (in what forms) are states cooperating? What are trends in interstate compacts?

By cillian
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The Civil War

The Civil War

The Civil War. 1861-1865. Election of 1860. Democrats split their support Douglas vs Breckinridge Pop Sov (N) v. federal protection of slavery (S) Know-Nothings/Whigs make last effort “Constitutional Union Party”-John Bell (moderate) Republicans nominate Lincoln (moderate)

By jonathan
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Taking Sides in the Civil War

Taking Sides in the Civil War

Taking Sides in the Civil War. General Robert E. Lee. Pages 507-510. Hopes for Peace End. When Confederate soldiers fired on Fort Sumter, hopes for peace between the North and South ended. Americans had to make hard decisions about going to war.

By eadoin
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The War Begins

The War Begins

The War Begins. The War Begins Main Ideas. Following the outbreak of war at Fort Sumter, Americans chose sides. The Union and the Confederacy prepared for war. Big Idea - Civil war broke out between the North and South in 1861. Key Terms & People.

By oshin
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The Civil War (1861-1865) Segment 15 History 16

The Civil War (1861-1865) Segment 15 History 16

The Civil War (1861-1865) Segment 15 History 16. The Election of Lincoln. • Wins Northern, Pacific States Only. No Southern or Border States. • Opposition Fragmented into Three Parties: Southern Democrat, Northern Democrat, Constitutional Union.

By johana
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Chapter 15: The Civil War Begins Section 1 – Texas Secession

Chapter 15: The Civil War Begins Section 1 – Texas Secession

Chapter 15: The Civil War Begins Section 1 – Texas Secession. The secession of Southern states cause the North and the South to take up arms. Texas becomes one of the early states to secede from the Union and join the Confederacy. Which side had the advantage in the Civil War?.

By kailey
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Welcome to...

Welcome to...

Welcome to. A Game of X’s and O’s. 1. 2. 3. Starring:. Mr. Saunders. Adam Sandler. Lebron James. Jessica Simpson. Hilary Duff. Napoleon Dynamite. Steve Carrell. 4. Ryan Seacrest. Reece Witherspoon. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1. 2. 3. Scoreboard. X. 4. 5. 6. O. 7. 8. 9.

By kaycee
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UNIT 4 NOTES: Secession AND THE BEGINNING OF THE CIVIL WAR

UNIT 4 NOTES: Secession AND THE BEGINNING OF THE CIVIL WAR

UNIT 4 NOTES: Secession AND THE BEGINNING OF THE CIVIL WAR. Secession. Presidents of the United States. George Washington; Federalist (1788) John Adams; Federalist (1796) Thomas Jefferson (1800) James Madison (1808) James Monroe (1816) John Quincy Adams (1824)

By raquel
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maryland

maryland

maryland. By: Willow Kay Maryland is known as Old Line State. State Cat. State Symbols . State Insect. Baltimore Checkersport Butterfly . State Flower. Calico Cat. State Tree. State Horse. Black-eyed Susan. Thoroughbred Horse. White Oak. About the Flag.

By tayte
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Appetizer

Appetizer

Appetizer. No female shall appear in a bathing suit on any highway within this state unless she is escorted by at least two officers or unless she be armed with a club.” . It is illegal to shoot game out of the window of a moving vehicle on any KY highway, unless it is a whale.

By lis
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5 th Grade Civil War Vocabulary

5 th Grade Civil War Vocabulary

5 th Grade Civil War Vocabulary. Mrs. Thornburg’s version!. Vocabulary words in this unit. Border State Slave State Free State Draft Emancipation Casualties Camp Home Front Civilian Desert Total War Telegraph Union Confederacy Secession

By jules
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New Mexico

New Mexico

New Mexico. By:Zailena. STATE FLAG. GOVERNOR. Information. Area: 121593 sq.mi, 5th Admission to Statehood: January 6, 1912 Capital City: Santa Fe Border States: Arizona Colorado Oklahoma Texas Utah Population:Quick facts 1,819,046 36 12/00. IMPORTANT FACTS.

By ajaxe
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5 th Grade Civil War Vocabulary

5 th Grade Civil War Vocabulary

5 th Grade Civil War Vocabulary. Mrs. Thornburg’s version. Vocabulary in 5 th Grade Civil War Ch. 5. Slave States Desert Confederacy Home Front Popular Sovereignty Draft Emancipation Camp Border States Union Telegraph Civilian Total War Secession

By jed
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America: The Story of Us-

America: The Story of Us-

America: The Story of Us-. Civil War. Opening Shots. Fort Sumter was located in the harbor of Charleston, SC. under the command of Major Robert Anderson. Lincoln decided to send supplies rather than give it to the Confederates.

By zeki
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The American Civil War

The American Civil War

The American Civil War. 1861-1865. Why Did They Fight Class Reading. Union 1. The Union 2. Anti-slavery 3. Democracy. Confederate 1. State’s Rights 2. Slavery 3. Liberty. North vs. South in 1861. Rating the North & the South. Slave/Free States Population, 1861. Railroad Lines, 1860.

By gwidon
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THE BATTLES

THE BATTLES

THE BATTLES. The Progress of War: 1861-1865. Theatres of War. Two major areas of battle on the land: The Eastern Theatre East of the Appalachians, particularly the region surrounding the two capital cities: Washington D.C. and Richmond, Virginia. The Western Theatre

By thor
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