Period 3 (1754-1800): Multiple Choice ExamPeriod 3 (1754-1800): Multiple Choice Exam
During the 1780s, which of the following was the most widespread crop cultivated by slaves in North America?
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Identifying key terms, people, and placesIdentifying key terms, people, and places
The pitted the British and American colonists against the French and their Native American allies
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Chapter 4 Chapter OutlineChapter 4 Chapter Outline
After 1720, the American colonies expanded to cover most of the territory between the Atlantic coast and the Appalachian Mountains. Also
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Chapter 12 Road to Civil War Lesson 1Chapter 12 Road to Civil War Lesson 1
Before the American Revolution, Americans grappled with the issue of slavery, agreeing to a compromise to let the states decide whether to allow slavery
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Civil War and Reconstruction Cheat Sheet Notes I. The Missouri CompromiseCivil War and Reconstruction Cheat Sheet Notes I. The Missouri Compromise
A. When Missouri applied for statehood in 1820 it was a territory whose citizens owned about 10,000 enslaved African Americans. At the time the Senate was balanced, with
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Question Dissection – Part II us history/Napp NameQuestion Dissection – Part II us history/Napp Name
In this review, I will present multiple-choice questions and answers I will explain what the question is asking and provide its answer I will also reveal why these two parts of the question must go together
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Why It Matters As you study Unit 6, you will learn how social, economic, and political differences between the North and South grew. As compromises failed, the country plunged into civil warWhy It Matters As you study Unit 6, you will learn how social, economic, and political differences between the North and South grew. As compromises failed, the country plunged into civil war
The country plunged into civil war. The fol­lowing resources offer more informa­tion about this period in American history
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Conflict and Change in the West, 1865-1902Conflict and Change in the West, 1865-1902
Discuss the expectations that led to federal policymakers’ choices regarding American Indians after the Civil War and the ways in which western Indians chose to respond
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Focus: Does it even matter how Meriwether Lewis died? Explain. Student ObjectivesFocus: Does it even matter how Meriwether Lewis died? Explain. Student Objectives
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End of a culture: Destruction of the Plains IndiansEnd of a culture: Destruction of the Plains Indians
Some had been moved there as a result of westward expansion of the U. S. The Sioux, Commanches, Pawnees, Blackfeet, and Crows were native to the Great Plains. They depended on the buffalo for survival
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