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CRCT Review Study Presentation

CRCT Review Study Presentation

Georgia Studies . CRCT Review Study Presentation. Unit 1: Geography of Georgia/Georgia’s Beginnings. Standards and Elements: SS8G1 SS8H1. Geography of Georgia. Georgia is located in the following areas: - Region : South, Southeast, etc. - Nation (Country): U.S.A.

By olive
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Moving Towards a Revolution

Moving Towards a Revolution

Moving Towards a Revolution. Yankee Doodle Dandy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwHvyqNDUvE.

By yoland
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Britain vs. Colonies

Britain vs. Colonies

Britain vs. Colonies. Townshend Acts. Parliament passed law taxing colonists for glass, paper, paint, lead, and tea. Taxes were low Colonists didn’t like them. Writs of Assistance. Allowed British officials to search a house or ship with no reason. Acts backfire. Colonists hated acts

By niveditha
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CRCT Review Study Presentation

CRCT Review Study Presentation

Georgia Studies. CRCT Review Study Presentation. Unit 1: Geography of Georgia/Georgia’s Beginnings. Standards and Elements: SS8G1 SS8H1. Geography of Georgia. Georgia is located in the following areas: - Region : South, Southeast, etc. - Nation (Country): U.S.A.

By maida
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Subject 1 Study Guide

Subject 1 Study Guide

Subject 1 Study Guide. IB 20 th Century World History Topics. 1. What were the aims of the participants and peacemakers of the Paris Peace Settlement? Wilson and the Fourteen Points? . Paris Peace Conference.

By kristy
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CRCT Review Study Presentation

CRCT Review Study Presentation

Georgia Studies . CRCT Review Study Presentation. Unit 1: Geography of Georgia/Georgia’s Beginnings. Standards and Elements: SS8G1 SS8H1. Geography of Georgia. Georgia is located in the following areas: - Region : South, Southeast, etc. - Nation (Country): U.S.A.

By conlan
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A Series of Unfortunate Events Part 2

A Series of Unfortunate Events Part 2

A Series of Unfortunate Events Part 2. 1763 to 1775. The Grenville Commission. Lord Grenville is in charge of Britain’s treasury in 1763. He is looking for revenue (income-money) to put in the very empty treasury caused from the F&I War. He also needs $ for the defense of the colonies.

By talen
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10.2

10.2

10.2. Self-Rule. British Colonies Want Self-Rule. Dominion: self-governing but still part of British Empire Canada wants self-rule to protect itself from U.S. expanson Australia founded as penal colony Eases overcrowding in prisons When released, prisoners can buy land

By huyen
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The Tension Grows

The Tension Grows

The Tension Grows. The 1770s in the Colonies. Reactions to the Boston Massacre. More colonists were Patriots (or were leaning to that side) than before The Townshend Acts were lifted Colonists were required to buy their (taxed) tea from the East India Trading

By tannar
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Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict. A Variety of Starting Points . ●Biblical enmity between Abraham’s sons: Isaac and Ishmael ●the advent of Islam ●the prophet Mohammed’s quarrel with the Jews of Medina ●the emergence of Zionism in the 19 th century

By kalea
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Notables: Translated in over 30 different languages

Notables: Translated in over 30 different languages

Season of Migration to the North* By Tayeb Salih Genre: Historical Fiction/Post-colonial Africa Pages: 169 Published: 1966 Awards/Reading Level: Adult. Notables: Translated in over 30 different languages

By orsin
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JUFN 05 - Legal History of Minorities Project 2 – Ethnic Minorities

JUFN 05 - Legal History of Minorities Project 2 – Ethnic Minorities

JUFN 05 - Legal History of Minorities Project 2 – Ethnic Minorities. New Zealand and the M āori Audrey Boin Matilda Funkquist Eléonore Pierre Charlotte Van Themsche. Summary. The early culture The early religion Māori people and their history Māori nowadays

By azizi
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The French and Indian War (USH3)

The French and Indian War (USH3)

The French and Indian War (USH3). Main Idea The French and Indian War established British dominance in North America but put a strain on the relationship with the colonists. You will answer…. How did France develop an empire in North America? Why did Spain and England clash in North America?

By enid
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The Road to Revolution

The Road to Revolution

The Road to Revolution. Chapter 7. Mercantilism. E conomic theory and policy which presumed that wealth and trade were limited There’s only so much to go around Nations gained wealth and power only by having more gold and silver than other nations

By iain
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The Coming of the American Revolution

The Coming of the American Revolution

The Coming of the American Revolution. After the French and Indian War. At the end of the French and Indian War, American-British relations were severely STRAINED. Although the American colonists still considered themselves to be BRITISH, and loyal to the king…

By liz
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Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies. Unit 3 – Revolution, Statehood, and Westward Expansion Lesson 1 – Causes of the American Revolution Study Presentation . Lesson 3 Vocabulary. Define the following words in your GAH NOTES INB on page 43 -44: Confederation Smuggling Proclamation Sugar Act Stamp Act

By ros
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WWI

WWI

WWI. 1914-1920. World War I Begins. By 1871, Prussia had united Germany and proclaimed the birth of the German Empire. - The new German nation rapidly industrialized and quickly became one of the most powerful nations in the world.

By trygg
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CHAPTER 3 TEST GOOD LUCK

CHAPTER 3 TEST GOOD LUCK

CHAPTER 3 TEST GOOD LUCK. The American Revolution. Chapter 4. The First of the New Laws. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6W2Mvax1DdI The ______ Act Tax on _____ and _____ The _____ Act (1765) ____ on all legal documents The _______ Act Forced ______ to ______ British soldiers.

By colm
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Answers to Movie Questions: Gandhi

Answers to Movie Questions: Gandhi

Answers to Movie Questions: Gandhi. Introduction: Assassination and Funeral. Where and when does the assassination of Gandhi occur? New Delhi, India January 30 th , 1948

By dirk
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The Road to the Revolution

The Road to the Revolution

The Road to the Revolution. Problems After FIW. William Pitt’s Promise Britain will pay for 100% of the war!!! Where would you get this revenue from? Colonists The Proclamation of 1763 What happens to those who have already settled? Forced to Resettle. Colonial Unrest.

By reina
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