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Utility of DNA Testing in Genealogical Research

Utility of DNA Testing in Genealogical Research

Utility of DNA Testing in Genealogical Research Carrie Rowland Mercer County Chapter of Ohio Genealogical Society November 1, 25, 2009 carrie.rowland@wright.edu What is DNA ?

By Ava
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Unit 2: The Revolution and Civil War (1917-1921)

Unit 2: The Revolution and Civil War (1917-1921)

Unit 2: The Revolution and Civil War (1917-1921). The February Revolution. Causes : 1. Food, coal shortages - led to strikes, riots 2. War effort - suffered 7 million casualties - poorly equipped soldiers

By betty_james
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The Gene…

The Gene…

The Gene…. …That changed the world. This will explain:. What is a gene? What is a sex-linked trait? Identify Hemophilia Show the implications of ONE GENE on the ENTIRE COURSE OF 20 th CENTURY HISTORY! . WHAT IS A GENE?. A gene is a portion of… …DNA that codes for… …a protein.

By Olivia
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Thesis Statements, Topic Sentences and Analysis

Thesis Statements, Topic Sentences and Analysis

Thesis Statements, Topic Sentences and Analysis. Common Openings. To what extent How much, to what degree, what quantity Assess Determine degree of accuracy of a given statement Analyze Separate, breakdown into parts, show relationships Evaluate

By maik
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The October Revolution

The October Revolution

The October Revolution. Why were the Bolsheviks able to come to power? What happened during the Revolution? How did the Bolsheviks manage to gain power without a fight?.

By leigh
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Brave New World Prophetic or Apocalyptic?

Brave New World Prophetic or Apocalyptic?

Brave New World Prophetic or Apocalyptic?. Prophetic : predictive; presageful or portentous Apocalyptic : predicting or presaging imminent disaster and total/universal destruction. A collision of cultures to shake our beliefs as readers.

By hye
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MULTIPLE CHOICE

MULTIPLE CHOICE

MULTIPLE CHOICE. The Great Depression Part 1. 1. All of the following were causes of the Great Depression except. Poor banking practices . Depressed precious metal prices . European countries’ inability to pay their debts . Overproduction in factories and on farms . INCORRECT!!!.

By evadne
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October 1917

October 1917

October 1917 . The Bolshevik Takeover. The Provisional Government. February 1917, The Respectable Revolution Mainly Liberals and Conservatives Some Socialists Kerensky International Support Britain and France don’t mind change of government AS LONG AS THEY CONTINUE TO WAGE WAR!

By thom
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COLD WAR

COLD WAR

COLD WAR. Defining the Cold War. “to mean that relations between East and West are cold, frozen, paralayzed 2. However, in spite of 1 relations are to some extent restrained and have not reached the point of “hot” war. Origins of the Cold War. 1. Oct. 1917 Bolshevik Revolution

By corin
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Russian Revolution

Russian Revolution

Russian Revolution. Ch. 14 Sec. 1. Russia. Czar Alexander III (r. 1881-1894). He deprived ethnic groups in Russian empire of their basic rights. Ruled as an autocrat (total control of Russia under him) Made all Russian colonies adopt Russian ways, language, culture, traditions, religion.

By murray
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May Fourth Period (1915-25)

May Fourth Period (1915-25)

May Fourth Period (1915-25). Failure of the 1911 Revolution -first parliamentary form of government in this history of the mainland -Yuan Shikai 袁世凯 and monarchical restoration attempts ( 中华帝国大皇帝 ) .

By elina
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The Early 20 th Century

The Early 20 th Century

The Early 20 th Century. Cities & Countries modernize Classes begin to stratify Distinct difference in upper & middle class vs. the lower class New York Tenements Population shift in America to the North European Countries experience Rift Germany Industrializes

By Thomas
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The Road to War

The Road to War

The Road to War. The European nations by 1914 had created an unusually precarious international system the careened into war very quickly on a the basis of what was a minor series of provocations. The Road to War.

By lel
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Unit 6: The Cold War GPS 16

Unit 6: The Cold War GPS 16

Unit 6: The Cold War GPS 16. Name________________________________Period______________. a. Explain how rising communism and socialism in the United States led to the Red Scare and immigrant restriction. b. Identify Henry Ford, mass production, and the automobile.

By tiara
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World War I: The Home Front

World War I: The Home Front

World War I: The Home Front. Libertyville HS. US Neutrality. 1897 to 1914: Trade overseas increased from $700 million to $3.5 billion French, British war orders British North Sea naval blockade, u-boats threatened trade “Freedom of the Seas”, for neutrals. Women working in ammo factory.

By chibale
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The 1920s

The 1920s

The 1920s. Essential Questions. Why did the U.S. experience so much political and social change during the 1920s? Why did the 1920s see the emergence of the “consumer society”? What issues led to Prohibition in the 1920s, and what problems contributed to its failure?

By alaura
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NEXT

NEXT

Revolution and Nationalism, 1900–1939 . Political upheavals lead to the formation of a totalitarian state in Russia, civil war in China, and limited self-rule in India. . NEXT. Revolution and Nationalism, 1900–1939. Revolutions in Russia . SECTION 1. SECTION 2. CASE STUDY: Totalitarianism .

By sibley
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World War I

World War I

World War I. Inevitability of war. June 28, 1914 Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria assassinated July 5, 1914 Germany issues A-H “blank check” pledging military assistance if A-H goes to war against Russia July 23, 1914 Austria issues Serbia an ultimatum. The inevitability of war.

By star
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Introduction to Animal Farm

Introduction to Animal Farm

Introduction to Animal Farm. Terms, Historical Context, Author Bio, and Synopsis. http://anneman.files.wordpress.com/2007/05/animal-farm.jpg. Author: George Orwell . British; Born Eric Blair in India in 1903 Attends prestigious Eton College in England

By emera
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How far do you agree that the economy of Tsarist Russia was transformed in the years to 1914?

How far do you agree that the economy of Tsarist Russia was transformed in the years to 1914?

How far do you agree that the economy of Tsarist Russia was transformed in the years to 1914? To what extent were the weaknesses of their opponents responsible for the survival of the Bolshevik government in the years 1917-24?

By kenna
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