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Unit Table of Contents. *DO NOT COPY WARM UP Date : 9/18/14 Activity: Unit Review Warm Up: NONE --------------------------------- Homework: Ex Credit (p8) due by tomorrow 9/19 Unit 1 Test TOMORROW 9/19 Covers Chapters 1-3. Geographical APPEALS. Geographical OBSTACLES.

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Unit Table of Contents

  • *DO NOT COPY WARM UP
  • Date: 9/18/14
  • Activity: Unit Review
  • Warm Up: NONE
  • ---------------------------------
  • Homework:
  • Ex Credit (p8) due by tomorrow 9/19
  • Unit 1 Test TOMORROW 9/19
    • Covers Chapters 1-3
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Geographical APPEALS

Geographical OBSTACLES

  • Precious metals
  • “fair meadows” around Chesapeake to plant crops
  • Abundance of trees for building & heating homes
  • Fresh water for drinking
  • Good climate for farming
  • Flat land for farming
  • Waterways for travel/trade
  • Many precious metals turned out to be “fools gold”
  • Fair meadows turned out to be swamps, with mosquitoes
  • Water they expected to be fresh was actually salt water
  • Harsh winters were difficult for them and led to more than ½ of the early settlers dying from sickness and starvation
  • Mountains were difficult to cross
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A diary found from a WWI veteran, written while at war is an example of:

    • A primary source
  • A letter written in 1985 about slavery is an example of:
    • A secondary source
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A list of events as they happened with no interpretation or evaluation:

    • A chronicle
  • The process of finding the meaning or significance of historical events:
    • Historical Interpretation
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Cascade Mts

Rocky Mountains

Appalachian Mountains

Sierra Nevada

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Michigan

Erie

Superior

Ontario

Huron

OHIO RIVER

Missouri River

Pacific Ocean

CENTRAL PLAINS

Atlantic Ocean

GREAT PLAINS

RIO GRANDE

Mississippi River

Gulf of Mexico

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CANDADA

NY

NJ

DE

MD

WV

OH

MEXICO

PENNSYLVANIA

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Where did most trade and manufacturing areas sprout up?
    • Near Water (East Coast, near the Great Lakes, Southern Pacific Coast)
  • Where are there large amounts of coal?
    • Near the Appalachian Mountains
  • Where is there a large supply of precious metals?
    • The Southwest
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What were the three most populous cities?
    • New York, Chicago, Los Angeles
  • Which area of the US is the most populated overall?
    • The Mid-Atlantic Region
  • Where is there a large supply of precious metals?
    • The Southwest