1. Howdid the Indian societies of South and North America differ from European societies at the time the two came into contact? In what ways did Indians retain a “world view” different from that of the Europeans? An obvious distinction between the two civilizations is the Indians lacked weapons, tools...
is a challenging course that is meant to be the equivalent of a freshman college course and can earn students college credit. It is a two-semester survey of American history from the age of exploration and discovery to the present. Solid reading and writing skills, along with a willingness to devote...
States Civil War: A Time of Change and Equality for All
The United States Civil War, which lasted from 1861 to 1865, represented a time of major change around the world. This civil war that absorbed our nation during the mid 1860s not only fought for the rights of AfricanAmericans in the United...
COURSE SEMINAR QUESTIONS
UNIT TWO: REVOLUTION TO NEW NATION 1763-1789
Using your text (Chapters 6-9), Newman (Chapters 4-6), outside readings and primary documents thoroughly answer the following questions.
PART ONE: JUST THE FACTS:
1. Why did the Ohio Valley become the arena of conflict...
the New World?
There were many fundamental factors that drew the Europeans to the exploration, conquest, and colonization of the World such as natural resources, overpopulation and religion.
The European explorations have been hearing a lot about all the natural resources that the New World can offer...
WorldWar I brought enormous changes to warfare and to the lives of millions of people. Complete one of the following written assignments to show your understanding of these changes.
Option A: Put yourself in the position of a U.S. soldier or American relief worker during WorldWar I. Write...
The Great War was very essential in providing the stepping stones into life during the 1920s as well as maintaining effects on the social atmosphere. In late 1918, the Great War had come to an end with the Allies achieving victory. This war had supposedly been the war to end all wars, and this victory...
Equality, the American dream
What is the American dream? The American dream to me is about equality. People have been wanting, fighting to be equal for many years, and it has turned into a game of tug-of-war. Today, people have made progress in...
United States Home Front During WorldWar II
Essential Question: “How important was the home front to the United States’ victory in
National Standard for United States History: Era 8, Standard 3
The origins and course of WorldWar II,
AfricanAmericans have not always had a voice in this country. For years, they were property, not considered a person. Slavery became accustomed to the United States in the 1500’s. Blacks were used on plantations or used in the homes of their owners. Either way, they were told what to do, how to do...
evolved into two distinct societies. Why did this difference in development occur? (1993)
2. In what ways did ideas and values held by Puritans influence the political, economic, and social development of the New England colonies from 1630 through the 1660s? (2010)
3. In what ways did the French...
Bibliographic Essay on AfricanAmerican History
In the essay “On the Evolution of Scholarship in Afro- American History” the eminent historian John Hope Franklin declared “Every generation has the opportunity to write its own history, and indeed it is obliged...
and Expansion (Jamestown, Mass Bay)
~Bill of Rights/Constitution
~Birth of the Early Republic
~Expansion into the west (conflicts, movements, etc.)
~Industrial Revolution and Reform Movements
~Expansion of slavery
As you are studying for the exam, be...
established order. |
What impact didWorldWar I have on Europe's colonial empires? | The war drew in laborers from the colonies. |
Which of the following was a factor in causing the Great Depression? | Stock market speculation |
Japan's motivations for going to war with Western powers in the years...
write a story about the past
* Reconstruction- the period when the federal gov’t tried to put the union back together (1865-1877)
* Civil war (1861-1865)
* South left the union because they didn’t like the slave laws
* Brought an end to slavery (emancipation proclamation)
American InterContinental University
Unit 2 IP
April 1, 2012
The intention of this paper is to provide two or three most important consequences that follows as a result of WorldWar II on the United States’ society; how it affectAmerican capacity to perceive...
characters in order to show readers a brief view of AfricanAmericans back in the 1950's in the United States. In his story, “ Fences,”it showed can readers many examples about rasicm, problems it had produced and how it affected AfricanAmericans and American at that time. Black people has always been treated...
not only American history but also Great Britain, France, Germany, and many other industrialized nations. It also has had important consequences and was an extremely devastating event in America. It was the longest and most severe depression ever experienced by the industrialized Western world. When the...
From the beginning of the 20th century the American educational system has gone through different events that have affected not only education but all of American society. Starting from WorldWar I, the Great Depression, WorldWar II, and finally ending with the Soviet Threat. Each of these events...
States of America. Since the Great Emancipation and the signing of the amendment, racial tensions have continued to plague the nation. The legacy of slavery to this day continues to affect the attitudes and feelings that both whites and blacks feel towards the treatment of AfricanAmericans. In order...