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Cleveland,Ohio

Cleveland,Ohio

Cleveland,Ohio. Anh-Tuan Rolling Hills Room 22 2006.

By ostinmannual
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Long Ago and Today

Long Ago and Today

Long Ago and Today By: Mrs. Maxwell Who were the first people to live in America? Pilgrims Indians Trojans Yes!!! Sorry, Please try again! What ship did the pilgrims come to America on? Nina Titanic Mayflower Sorry, Please try again! Yes!!!

By Gabriel
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The Indian Removal Act of 1830

The Indian Removal Act of 1830

The Indian Removal Act of 1830. Presented By : Jonathan Amanda Sarah Steven Dan M. Geography of this Area. This area included 1,881miles north to south and 860 miles east to west. The top is how it looked before the Europeans came. The bottom one is after the Revolutionary War.

By paul2
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Physical Environment and the Native Americans

Physical Environment and the Native Americans

Physical Environment and the Native Americans. Image: Michigan Historical Museum. 15,000 years ago, the Laurentide Ice Sheet covered all of Michigan (maximum extent was 18,000 years ago). How did the Great Lakes form?.

By gerald
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The calusa tribe

The calusa tribe

The calusa tribe. By Sam and daniella. Population of calusa. Did you know the Calusa tribe controlled most of south Florida? The populations of the tribe almost reached 50,000 people. The Calusa men had long hair and were well built. They were fierce and war-like people. How the calusa’s lived.

By liko
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American Indians and the west 1800’s

American Indians and the west 1800’s

American Indians and the west 1800’s. Settlers go west. West populated due to railroads Towns built , markets established, American Ind. pushed out 1862 – 1934 – million and ½ homesteads (federal land) were sold to Americans leading to “land rushes”

By nalanie
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WESTERN EXPANSION

WESTERN EXPANSION

WESTERN EXPANSION. Native American Changes & The Rise of Populism. Mining and Ranching. The American West. Conflicts. Farming. Native Americans Conflicts & a Changing Way of Life. Causes 1. The government began seizing Native American land and sending them to reservations .

By dayton
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Topic #1 – Pre-Columbian America

Topic #1 – Pre-Columbian America

Topic #1 – Pre-Columbian America. How and why did the first Native Americans come to the western hemisphere?. Native Americans were Asians who crossed Beringia during the last ice age, circa 20,000-30,000 years ago.

By lane
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a. Examine the construction of the transcontinental railroad including the use of immigrant labor.

a. Examine the construction of the transcontinental railroad including the use of immigrant labor.

SSUSH12: Evaluate how westward expansion impacted the Plains Indians and fulfilled Manifest Destiny. a. Examine the construction of the transcontinental railroad including the use of immigrant labor. Joining of the Transcontinental RR (May 10, 1869). Transcontinental Railroad:.

By zasha
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Tribal Sovereignty: When Cooperative Extension considered a CYFAR grant partnership with the tribe,

Tribal Sovereignty: When Cooperative Extension considered a CYFAR grant partnership with the tribe,

Successfully Working on the Indian Reservation: Guidance for Non-Indians (based on experiences with the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Reservation) Marilyn Smith, Kyle Prior, Zanetta Hanks, & Naomi Mason. CYFAR Program Showcase

By kobe
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EPA Office of Small Business Programs Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program Computer-Based Learning Series

EPA Office of Small Business Programs Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program Computer-Based Learning Series

EPA Office of Small Business Programs Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program Computer-Based Learning Series. The Six Good Faith Efforts. Start. Purpose of the Six Good Faith Efforts. The Six Good Faith Efforts are required methods

By enya
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Identifying American Geography

Identifying American Geography

Identifying American Geography Use the maps in your textbook to locate and identify the locations of the places listed on you the worksheet. Early America. From Exploration to Colonization. American Pre-history. How did we all get here? Three Theories:

By wednesday
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Global Markets in Action

Global Markets in Action

9. Global Markets in Action. CHECKPOINTS. Checkpoint 9.1. Checkpoint 9.2. Problem 1. Clicker version. Clicker version. Problem 1. Problem 2. Clicker version. Problem 2. Clicker version. Problem 3. Clicker version. Problem 3. Problem 4. Clicker version. Problem 5.

By clifford
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Stories of Aboriginal Children Raised in NonAboriginal Families

Stories of Aboriginal Children Raised in NonAboriginal Families

Stories of Aboriginal Children Raised in NonAboriginal Families. Dr. Simon Nuttgens Athabasca University. Importance of the Research.

By owen
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American Progress by John Gast

American Progress by John Gast

American Progress by John Gast. What does Gast’s painting suggest about how whites defined “progress” in the West?. What are some of the technological symbols used to convey the advance of “civilization” in the West?. Why do you think Gast chose a woman as his symbol for westward expansionism?.

By cholena
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The Industrialization of the United States

The Industrialization of the United States

The Industrialization of the United States. The Industrialization of the United States. 1860’s – 1910’s. SSUSH11 Examine connections between the rise of big business, the growth of labor unions , and technological innovations.

By ronat
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Starring Your Host

Starring Your Host

Starring Your Host. Alex Trebek. Powhatan Indians. Pueblo Indians. Sioux Indians. Indian Potluck. Social Studies Soup. 100 pts. 100 pts. 100 pts. 100 pts. 100 pts. 200 pts. 200 pts. 200 pts. 200 pts. 200 pts. 300 pts. 300 pts. 300 pts. 300 pts. 300 pts. 400 pts. 400 pts.

By jaden
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What Is a “Big Idea”?

What Is a “Big Idea”?

What Is a “Big Idea”?. A “historical motivator” Offers a solution to a pressing problem A completely original concept or a novel and innovative way to use existing concepts Big ideas are not necessarily “good” or “bad”. Why Study Big Ideas?. People of the past

By forest
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Louisiana GEE ELA

Louisiana GEE ELA

This version of the practice assessment has answers. Louisiana GEE ELA. Assessment Practice Version with answers. Note: Information items in this PowerPoint were taken from the State GEE Assessment Math Guide. Let’s Begin!. Read the questions to test yourself.

By lynne
(100 views)

Ch.19 REVIEW

Ch.19 REVIEW

Ch.19 REVIEW. - How did members of the Grange attempt to solve their problems?. Page 577 . Describe the Populist Party?. Page 577. What was the most important issue of the election of 1896?. Page 578 .

By reganne
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