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  • Chapter 20 Outline of the Enduring Vision

    I. Changing American Society and Economy 1. Immigrant Masses and a New Urban Middle-Class i. By 1920, when nation's urban population passed the 50% mark for the first time, 68 American cities had boosted to more than 100, 000 inhabitants ii. Many of the new urban cities came from rural and small-town...

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  • The Enduring Vision- Chapter 1 Outline

    Chapter 1: Native Peoples of America, to 1500 I. The First Americans, c. 13000-2500 BC 1. Widespread Settlement a. NE Asia 2. Learned from each other A. Peopling New Worlds 1. 2 dominate theories a. Siberian Hunters i. Crossed land-bridge during Ice Age b. Earlier people...

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  • APUSH Enduring Vision Chapter 1 Outline

    Haley Luu Chapter 1 - Outline! AP U.S. History 
 ! I. Introduction! a. Three things Native Americans had in common! i. They identified themselves primarily as members of multigenerational families rather than as individuals or subjects of governments.! ii. Most emphasized reciprocity and...

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  • The Enduring Vision (vol. 5)Chapter 12 Outline

    Deyon Keaton Sotnick Chapter 13: Immigration, Expansion, and Sectional Conflict, 1840-1848 I. Introduction: After the murder of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young led the main body of Mormons from Illinois to a new homeland in the Great Salt Lake valley. In part, Young’s aim was to flee persecution...

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  • Chapter 19-Enduring Vision

    Chapter 19 Key Terms: New vs Old Immigrants: The old immigrants be from da NW Europe. English speaking Protestant countries such as: Ireland, Germany, DA BRITISH, and ze Welsh. Da old protestants were willing to assimilate in the culture and peoples. The new immigrants are SE Europe. Non- english...

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  • Chapter 1-2 Outline of the Enduring Vision Ap Us History

    Rachel Wright Sector 3۫۫ 8/2/11 Chapter 1 I. Native Peoples of America A. Iroquois 1. 5 Native Americans 2. Engaged in endless cycles of violence 3. Hiawatha a. Tried to restore peace b. Wandered through nature in search of finding answers. c. Hiawatha & Deganawidah (peacemaker)’s...

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  • Enduring Vision chapter 28 notes

    Chapter 28: The Liberal Era, 1960-1968 A New Beginning: Nixon-Kennedy televised debates made voters choose Kennedy: chose Lyndon Johnson as VP, got Catholic votes JFK won and promised a “new frontier” to get America moving again--won in ’61 Kennedy’s Domestic Record: JFK’s major policies included: ...

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  • Enduring Vision Chapter 9 Notes

    Ch. 9 – The Transformation of American Society, 1815-1840 Democracy in America Alexis de Tocqueville Wrote two volumes (1835, 1840) on foreigners’ impression of America – “half-civilized, half-wild,” egalitarian Westward Expansion By 1840, one-third of Americans living between Appalachian Mountains...

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  • Enduring Vision Chapter 30 Notes

    Identifications: * Yuppies/VCRs/Three Mile Island * Yuppies: young, urban professionals who wore ostentatious gear such Rolex watches or BMW cars. they came to symbolize the increased pursuit of wealth and materialism of Americans in the 1980s, represented decade of greed, stopped being radical...

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  • Chapter 6 Outline

    Chapter 6: A New Industrial Age Outline Section 1 A. What natural resources were most important for industrialization? 1. Oil 2. Coal 3. Iron B. How did electricity change American life? 4. Changed business—machines 5. Electric streetcars made urban travel cheap and...

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  • Biology Chapter 6 Outline

    Chapter 6: Cardiovascular System –– Blood I. Blood: An Overview A. Blood consists of two portions: Formed elements and Plasma. 1. Formed elements Make up 45% of the total volume of whole blood. Contains red blood cells, white blood cells, and blood platelets. 2. Plasma Makes up 55% of the total...

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  • chapter 6 outline

    Mr. Ader Engineering 3b Chapter 6: Chemical Engineering I. Introduction A. Chemical engineering applies physical sciences and mathematics in the design, development, and maintenance of chemical processes that convert raw materials into products. B. Three physical laws under chemical engineering ...

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  • Chapter 6 Outline

    Chapter Outline Aksum's Splendor Founded around 100CE by King Ezana Adopted Coptic Christianity or Egyptian Christianity Believe Christ is of two natures full humanity and full divinity. Used gold based currency fetched by merchants whom traveled to the southern highlands outside the kingdom ...

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  • Outline of Chapter 6

    Thesis: As Britain, France, and Spain grow competitive and power-hungry, wars begin to break out on both new and old world territories. Between 1688 and 1763 four wars were declared, including the French and Indian War, which initiates the colonies’ lust for freedom from Britain’s rule. I. Fighting...

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  • Chapter 6 outline

    CASE 6 – ACCIDENT OR HOMICIDE? The shooting of Yoshi Hattori CHAPTER 6 – PRINCIPLES OF THE CRIMINAL LAW Factual guilt- guilty based upon the facts, though not necessarily legally guilty Legal guilt - proof of criminal liability beyond a reasonable doubt by admissible evidence within a court of law...

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  • Chapter 6 Outline

    Chapter 6 1608-1763 Duel of North America France finds Foothold in Canada -1598, Edict of Nantes issued by crown of France to grant religious freedom of Protestants and Catholics. Stopped religious wars -1608, France establishes Quebec (Catholic.) Lading figure: Samuel de Champlain, soldier and...

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  • Enduring Visions Chapter 5 Outlive (Coursenotes.Com)

    sure you would be able to pick and choose what you thought was important to study, so have fun cause you have 18 pages to go.***** Chapter 5 Outline The Triumph of the British Empire • A fragile peace o King George’s War failed to establish either Britain or France as the dominant...

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  • Enduring Vision Chapter 29 Pt 2 Vocabulary

    Ch 29 pt 2 vocab Neil Armstrong and the moon landing: America celebrated the moon landing and the defeat of the Soviets in the space race. Armstrong was the astronaut to first make it to the moon from America. Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers: In order to secretly divide America so he could...

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  • Chapter 28 Enduing Vision Outline

    Chapter 28 The Liberal Era (1960-1968) I. The Kennedy Presidency A. Personality, image, and characteristics -Kennedy personified the self-confident liberal who believed that an activist state could improve life at home and confront the Communist college abroad -Vigorous...

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  • Chapter 5 and 6 Apush Outline

    Chapter 5 * Thirteen original colonies is misleading because Britain ruled thirty-two colonies in North America by 1775 * Included Canada, the Floridas, and various Caribbean islands * Only thirteen unfurled the standard of rebellion * A few of the nonrebels (Canada, Jamaica, etc)...

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