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    APUSH: Trimester Exam Prompts Prompt 1: Compare the ways in which religion shaped the development of colonial society (to 1740) in TWO of the following regions: New England, Chesapeake, Middle Atlantic Thesis: Religion was the powerful force that ultimately shaped the societies of the New England...
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    Riverside provided financial assistance. Suggested Citation: Stanley L. Engerman, Richard Sutch, and Gavin Wright.. "Slavery.” In Susan B. Carter, Scott S. Gartner, Michael Haines, Alan Olmstead, Richard Sutch, and Gavin Wright, eds., Historical Statistics of the United States, Millennial Edition. New York:...
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    California. But the tide of immigration that swelled during the mid-nineteenth century was strikingly different. Before 1820 most new arrivals in North and South America did not come voluntarily. Nearly 8 million Africans were brought to the Americas during those years, virtually all as slaves. That number...
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  • Examining the Civil War
    caused the war. The southern states were also fighting to become independent unto them selves, new political parties were rising up, and social and economic factors were present as well. The Civil War was a defining point for what the United States was going to become. The southern states were heavily...
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  • The Contributions the City of Oberlin, Ohio Affected Slavery
    The city of Oberlin is located in northern Ohio in Lorain County about thirty miles west of Cleveland. The city is well known for its liberal arts university called Oberlin College. There were several significant influences the city of Oberlin, Ohio had on slavery. Oberlin is considered to be “The...
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  • Slavery Is the South
    much of Southern life. In the struggle for control in America, slavery was the South's stronghold and the hidden motive behind many political actions and economic statistics. By dominating Southern life, slavery also dominated the economic and political aspects of life in the South from 1840 to 1860...
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  • The American Pageant Notes
    part of the musket would be the same. * By 1850-the principle of interchangeable parts caught on and it became the basis for mass-production. * Elias Howe- invented the sewing machine in 1846. * The sewing machine gave a boost to northern industrialization. * Became the foundation of...
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  • Chapter 25 Apush Review
    Cession), the former Mexican provinces of California and Mexico. Mexico would also, in subsequence of the treaty, recognize the Rio Grande as the Southern Border of Mexico. In return, the US would pay Mexico 15 million and assume claims of Mexican citizens against Americans. B. The vast territory...
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  • Help
    your students should be able to answer the following questions: 1. How did western expansion become inextricably linked with sectional identity during the 1840s? 2. How and why did southerners change their position on slavery—first claiming it was a “necessary evil,” then defending it as a “positive good”...
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    actions of Parliament? 13. Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of the British and colonies, respectively, as the American Revolutionary War began? What would Britain have to do to win? What would the colonies have to do to win? 14. Compare and contrast the Loyalists and the Patriots...
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  • Causes of Civil War
    that pitted the Northern states of the American union against the Southern states. The war raged for four years, from 1861 to 1865, and was marked by some of the fiercest military campaigns in modern history. The civil war was a terrible rift in our nation, fought between the northern states, known as...
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  • Discussion Questions
    drove the colonies towards their separation. Starting from 1763 the British started a set of sensible policies aimed at alleviating the debt incurred during the French and Indian War, The British victory in the French and Indian War brought forth a new territory: American land west of the Appalachian Mountains...
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  • Teaching the American People: Creating a Nation and Society
    Chapter 25 World War II 124 PART VI. A Resilient People, 1945-1997 129 Chapter 26 Postwar America at Home, 1945-1960 130 Chapter 27 Chills and Fever During the Cold War, 1945-1960 135 Chapter 28 Reform and Rebellion in the Turbulent Sixties, 1960-1969 140 Chapter 29 Disorder & Discontent, 1969-1980...
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  • The American Civil War
    fought the civil war. This paper will also address what the civil war accomplished. The history of the civil war began with seemingly unrelated events during America's birth of a formed country. The growth of industrialization in both the North and south regions were quite different, due to location, ideologies...
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  • History Notes
    * New fugitive slave law (1850)- federal commissioners decide the fate of alleged fugitives, prohibited local authorities from interfering with capture, required private citizens to assist when called upon by federal agents, much stronger in 1793 precedent, irony of southern support, and abolitionist...
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  • School
    chiefly by English, Dutch, and German-speaking immigrants seeking religious freedom and economic opportunity. QUIZ #3 ← Virginia and the other Southern colonies were settled by people seeking economic opportunities. Some of the early Virginia settlers were “cavaliers,” i.e., English nobility who received...
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  • APUSH Ch. 17-20
    impeach him. D. Tyler also vetoed a Whig-sponsored high-tariff bill. E. all of the above. 2. As a result of the panic of 1837, A. the U. S. established restrictions on foreign loans. B. Britain lent money to America, its close ally. C. anti-British passions cooled in America. D. the...
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  • The History of Slavery
    Slave labor, which profoundly embedded itself within both Southern and Northern societies, provided a method of economy for those who relied heavily on agriculture, while others were more concerned with industrialization. Its main supporters, Southern plantation owners, had everything invested in this “peculiar...
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  • Chapter 16 ID Sigs
    Manifest Destiny (1850s) ID Sigs 1. Webster-Ashburton Treaty-a treaty signed August 9, 1842 that resolved border issues between the United States and the British North American colonies, particularly a dispute over the location of the Maine-New Brunswick border. The treaty was signed by US Secretary...
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  • Ushistory1Europeansettlementtocivillwar
    human beings to the TV programmes we watch—about everything. Neither I nor anyone else can tell you everything that happened during every single minute of every single day during every single year. Finally, there are two issues that my “reviewers” on RateMyProfessors bring up that I want to address...
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