• Ap World History Chapter 14 Outline
    Chapter 14 – The Expansive Realm of Islam I. Chapter Intro A. “In 632 CE the prophet Muhammad visited his native city of Mecca from his home in exile at Medina, and in doing so he set an example that devout Muslims have sought to emulate ever since” (B&Z 355). Each year hundreds of th...
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  • Ap Us History - Chapter 30 Outline
    War by Act of Germany -To defend American interests short of war, the president asked Congress for authority to arm American merchant ships. -An obstruction of Midwestern senators was a reminder of the continuing strength of American isolationism. -The Zimmermann note was intercepted and publis...
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  • Modern History - Indonesia
    Sukarno + Indonesia 1959-98 Background to two struggles - the Cold War; the struggle against colonialism – and to the confusion between these two mega events THE COLD WAR What is capitalism? An economic system based on private property and profit. In countries like Australia the harshness of...
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  • Ap World History, the World and Its People 3rd Edition
    Ch. 29 THE STALIN REVOLUTION Political * Stalin was a military dictator whose radical ideas weakened Russia but industrialized it very fast and turned the people hard workers by oppressing them. * Stalin was highly paranoid and persecuted many of his top officials and supporters * Peo...
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  • History Exam
    Date __________ American History Block Exam Name ___________________ MULTIPLE CHOICES _________ 1. The division of the major European powers into 2 rival alliances in the years preceding 1914 resulted in a: A) reduction of world tensions B) decline of...
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  • Spanish American War
    The Spanish-American War Displays of United States Power Initially the government tried to restrict the movements of nomadic Native Americans by negotiating treaties. Some treaties arranged for the federal purchase of land .There are wanted workers although the war left southern plantations in tat...
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  • History Notes
    * Struggles because of Indigenous people poor south agrarian geography Natives Peons low class Collective Inferiority Complex Jealous of US Envy US We have power, and we’re a stable country Strong government Riches Y they hate Gringo? Geography Causes a major difference between Nort...
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  • Grade 10 History Notes
    The Age of Laurier Wilfred Laurier, Prime Minister (1896-1911) • Canada dominated by Victorian Ideals -Children seen, but not heard -Young couples could not meed without escort -Gentlemen & Ladies wore hats -Ladies entertained at home, always observing best etiquitte -Playing cards and...
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  • Ap European History Study Guide
    ITALIAN RENAISSANCE Feudalism  -  A combined economic and social system that defined the Middle Ages. Under feudalism, societal classes were hierarchically divided based on their position in the prevailing agrarian economy. The system produced a large number of scattered, self-sufficient feudal u...
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  • Us History
    Jessica Packer February 4, 2012 Professor Booth-Pharr Exam I 1. What natural resources, technical knowledge, and cultural strengths did various Native American peoples possess in the centuries before European conquest? Why were these things important? Native Americans were limited to re...
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  • Chapter 8 Section 1 World History
    Chapter 8 section 1 Key Terms, people, and places Biography question Chart skills Map skills 2-6 Williams the conqueror- king of England who beat Harold at the battle of Hastings Common law-a legal system based on custom and court rulings Jury- group of men sworn to tell the truth King jo...
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  • Ap Us History 7
    [pic] BALLSTON SPA HIGH SCHOOL Advanced Placement United States History FALL SEMESTER September 2011 AMERICAN PAGEANT (13th Edition) Identifications and guided reading questions Chapter #22 Answer Key CLASS WEBSITE:...
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  • Us History Ii Study Guide
    U.S. II Midterm review 1. Whose campaign slogan was “Return to Normalcy”? What did it mean? A: This was the campaign slogan of William G. Harding, and it was meant to tell the people of America (during his campaign for president) that he planned to try to make life like it was before the start...
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  • Medieval History Study Guide
    Possessors – landowners in Roman empire, provided protection, collected taxes, etc… Stilicho – Vandal and general, became commander-in-chief of the western armies, named counsul of Rome, his success ended when accused of treason. Visigoths – Easter-Germanic tribe, invaded Roman Empire, set...
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  • History of the America's- 1920's
    HOTA 1920'S -cultural revival in Harlem called the Harlem Renaissance -draws black artists to Harlem -Langston Hughes and Louie Armstrong -Harlem becomes a place of jazz -white and black people start to co-mingle because of all of the culture -started chicken and waffles -Marcus Gar...
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  • Ib History Paper 3 Guide
    Sabrina Shaw Hunter 2A IB History of the Americas HL 7 November 2012 Paper 3 Guide: Mexican Revolution Bullet Points: Defined and Summarized: 1. Causes of the Mexican Revolution: social, economic, and political; the role of the Porfiriato regime * Porfirio Díaz was the dictator of Mexi...
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  • Art History 8
    Prehistoric Art Outline (History of prehistoric art) 1) Cave Art- is a term used to describe any kind of humanmade figure on the walls, ceiling or floor of a cave or rock shelter. The term is associated primarily with the wall art of the European Upper Palaeolithic, between 30,000 and 10,000 BC...
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  • Music History Oxford Ch 24
    MUHI 3302-001 Chapter 24 – Summary The late 18th century saw cultural change socially, economically, and musically: socially through the American and French revolutions, and the Napoleonic Wars; economically during the Industrial Revolution and the growth of the middle class; and musically led...
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  • History Final Questions
    7) How and why did television shape the consumer culture of the 1950s? Television shaped the consumer culture in the 1950’s because this is when the market for televisions became larger. As the number of households with televisions increased, the way the networks targeted the audience changed. Te...
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  • History Notes
    Civil War Review: Advantages and Disadvantages of South and North: - South o Better army -> more attended military academy o Needed help of Europe o Less people, had to use slaves o Political ideals of mover separated states -> divided power o Couldn’t pay bills o Top officers - North...
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