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Causes of the American Civil War 1861-1865

Causes of the American Civil War 1861-1865

Causes of the American Civil War 1861-1865 Ashley Jenkins Woodmont High School Manifest Destiny Westward expansion Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean What should be done with the land? Industry vs. Agriculture Southern States Agriculture Cash crops: cotton tobacco

By Rita
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Kentucky

Kentucky

Kentucky. By Mrs. Smith. Kentucky. By Mrs. Smith. Kentucky. By Mrs. Smith. Major Cities. Frankfort Louisville Lexington Owensboro. Major Cities. Louisville Lexington -Fayette Owensboro Frankfort – capital (7 th largest city). Places to Visit. Churchill Downs – Kentucky Derby

By ivanbritt
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**Identify three of the significant reform movements from the early 1800’s.

**Identify three of the significant reform movements from the early 1800’s.

**Identify three of the significant reform movements from the early 1800’s. Temperance, public education, abolition, women’s rights, 2nd Great Awakening. Why did many Americans settle in Texas in the early 1800s?. invited by Mexico, wanted chance to own land.

By bernad
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It’s Time For...

It’s Time For...

It’s Time For. CIVIL WAR Jeopardy!. `CIVIL WAR JEOPARDY’. People. Battles. Places. War Terms. Vocabulary. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $500. $500. $500. $500. $500.

By lotus
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A Nation Divides

A Nation Divides

A Nation Divides. The Election of 1860 The South Reacts The Civil War Begins. The Election of 1860. Republicans nominated Abraham Lincoln Democrats split Northern Democrats – Stephen Douglas Southern Democrats – John Breckenridge

By MikeCarlo
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Slavery and Resistance in America

Slavery and Resistance in America

Slavery and Resistance in America. Another look at the period of slavery? What can it do for us?. Questions to Consider. How did African-Americans provide for themselves? How did they get along with each other? How did they find meaning in their lives?. Awesome Web Resources.

By britannia
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Federal Home Front and Lincoln

Federal Home Front and Lincoln

Federal Home Front and Lincoln. Lsn 22. Lincoln. Self-made man who taught himself law Elected to the Illinois House of Representatives in 1834 and served four consecutive terms In 1837 stated that the institution of slavery was “founded on both injustice and bad policy”

By dudley
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Location, Location, Location: Arizona and the Gadsden Purchase

Location, Location, Location: Arizona and the Gadsden Purchase

Location, Location, Location: Arizona and the Gadsden Purchase. By Keith White. Bell Work : Write down several reasons why some land (property) is more valuable than other land (property).

By donovan
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USHC 4.1

USHC 4.1

USHC 4.1. Antebellum Pages 240-250, 254-258, 259-265, 276-279, 304-306. North VS. South VS. West. Social and Cultural Differences Economic Differences Geography Regional Pride Development of the West http://www.learner.org/biographyofamerica/prog10/feature/index.html. Puritans

By houston
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Key Individuals of the Civil War

Key Individuals of the Civil War

Key Individuals of the Civil War.

By jaden
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Mississippi Connection The history and background of Mound Bayou

Mississippi Connection The history and background of Mound Bayou

Mound Bayou. Mississippi Connection The history and background of Mound Bayou. Deep in the Delta of Mississippi. During Reconstruction approximately 50 Black townships were founded by freed slaves Tragically, few remain Mound Bayou was founded in July of 1887

By overton
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Question 1

Question 1

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. Question 1. Conscience Whigs were Northern Whigs who Opposed Slavery. Question 2.

By noah
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Texas Population Explosion

Texas Population Explosion

Texas Population Explosion. In order to encourage immigration, the state government made the public lands available at very cheap prices.

By andren
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The Election of 1860

The Election of 1860

The Election of 1860. Pages 496-497. Choosing a New President. In 1860 Americans prepared to choose a new President. They listened to speeches. They read newspapers. They watched parades. They worried. Why Worry?.

By jasmine
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Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Award

Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Award

Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Award. Grades 3 - 5. Casey Back at Bat.

By yair
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Copy the following onto Portfolio p42 Why the South Seceded

Copy the following onto Portfolio p42 Why the South Seceded

Copy the following onto Portfolio p42 Why the South Seceded. 15.4 Class Notes. Lesson 15.4b : Lincoln’s Election and Southern Secession. Today we will explain why the Southern states seceded, as well as the Union’s response to secession. Vocabulary.

By kiandra
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The Battle of Gettysburg

The Battle of Gettysburg

The Battle of Gettysburg. Timeline of Gettysburg. Before the Battle Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 After the Battle. Before the Battle. Confederates inflict bloody defeat on Union at Fredericksburg, VA. (12/13/62) North defeated again in the Battle of Chancellorsville, VA (April 30-May 6, 1863)

By liam
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Resource Unit: Civil War Grade 8 Beth Luersman, Lindsey Miller and Corrie Miller

Resource Unit: Civil War Grade 8 Beth Luersman, Lindsey Miller and Corrie Miller

Resource Unit: Civil War Grade 8 Beth Luersman, Lindsey Miller and Corrie Miller. Introduction.

By july
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Important Leaders of the Civil War

Important Leaders of the Civil War

Important Leaders of the Civil War. Abe Lincoln. President Opposed the spread of slavery Issued the Emancipation Proclamation. Lincoln. Wrote the Gettysburg Address Wanted to preserve the Union at all costs. Jefferson Davis. President of the Confederate States of America.

By cisco
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A History of Political Cartooning Satire in a Glance

A History of Political Cartooning Satire in a Glance

A History of Political Cartooning Satire in a Glance. Darryl Cagle’s Professional Cartoonists Index 12/31/05. Benjamin Franklin—Considered the first political cartoonist. . His most famous cartoon. • What is the cartoon about?. • What event or issue inspired the cartoon?.

By wesley
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