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  • History of the United States
    The first known inhabitants of the modern-day United States are believed to have arrived over a period of several thousand years beginning sometime prior to 15,000–50,000 years ago by crossing Beringia into Alaska.[1][2] Solid evidence of these cultures settling in what would become United States
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    1.Native Americans in the United States From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A. Native Americans in the United States is the phrase that describes indigenous peoples from North America now encompassed by the continental United States, including parts of Alaska and the island state of Hawaii.
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  • Comparasion Between Iraq and the United States
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  • A Qualitative Investigation of Black Middle School Students’ Experiences of the Role of Teachers in Learning and Achievement
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  • The Study of American Government - Questions
    Chapter 1: The Study of American Government I. What is political power? A. Two great questions about politics 1. Who governs: the people who govern affect us 2. To which ends: in which ways government affects our lives 3. And then how the government makes decisions on a variety of issues
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  • Black History Notes
    Portuguese (one of the first groups to jump on board) Technology Prince Henry “ The Navigator” One of the main people to push for this change, he was catholic Was really pushing for advance technology Saw connections with west Africans In 1415 captured morocco then headed west in Africa( p
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  • Black Civil Rights
    Issues Non Violence SNCC's original statement of purpose established nonviolence as the driving philosophy behind the organization. However, things were never that simple. In the early days, during the period of the sit-in movement, nonviolent action was strictly enforced, particularly for...
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