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Andrew Jackson State Park

Andrew Jackson State Park

Andrew Jackson State Park. 196 Andrew Jackson Park Road Lancaster, SC 29720 Park Hours Mon-Sun: 8am-6pm (Summer) Mon-Sun: 9am-9pm. The Andrew Jackson Museum.

By paul2
(239 views)

Many causes, one outcome; independence

Many causes, one outcome; independence

Many causes, one outcome; independence. Background.

By dustin
(96 views)

Fifth of March Vocabulary

Fifth of March Vocabulary

Fifth of March Vocabulary. By Marshall Austin. Patriot. Patriot (noun) : A person who vigorously supports their country and is prepared to defend it against enemies or detractors . My uncle is a staunch patriot and will not accept any foreign British policy.

By sidney
(122 views)

Battle of Bunker Hill

Battle of Bunker Hill

Battle of Bunker Hill. Or Breeds Hill ????. On June 16, 1775 Colonel William Prescott led 1,200 men to take up position on Bunker Hill. Location, location, location. Breed’s Hill. Prescott sees that nearby Breed’s hill was a better location. Has his men dig trenches there.

By moe
(212 views)

Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3 . The American Colonies Take Shape. Immigration and Slavery. Push – Pull factors Push – negative, causing you to leave Pull – positive, drawing you to one area Immigrants – Germany, Scotland, Ireland Indentured Servants – passage paid in return for work contract

By feivel
(98 views)

MORE IRONY PRACTICE

MORE IRONY PRACTICE

MORE IRONY PRACTICE.

By abby
(107 views)

Battle of the Somme

Battle of the Somme

Battle of the Somme. Warm UP: What were the causes of WWI? S.1; DOK: 1-3; LT: I can justify my answer concerning who won the first day of the Battle of the Somme. Overview. July 1 – Nov. 18, 1916 One of the costliest battles of WWI Approximately 1.2 million casualties 420,000 British

By briar
(208 views)

C.S.I. Lexington and Concord

C.S.I. Lexington and Concord

C.S.I. Lexington and Concord. Mr. Giesler Social Studies. CASE FILE.

By violet
(179 views)

Boston Massacre

Boston Massacre

Boston Massacre. Taxes Britain sent troops to colonies Troops were there to be sure colonists paid the taxes Colonists Angry Crowd gathered around one British soldier and jeered at him They threw snowballs with rocks in them More British soldiers arrived Crowd grew larger.

By karik
(145 views)

Weapons of WWI

Weapons of WWI

Weapons of WWI. 1914 to 1918. British Soldier. German Soldier. French Soldier. US soldier. Machine Gun. Fired 600 rounds a minute. Artillery. French 75 mm field gun – 20 to 30 rounds a minute. Big bertha – 350 MM. Tanks. Speed 8 mph – British “Whippet”. Mark I “Big Willie”.

By anastasia-nunez
(89 views)

Propaganda as a war tactic

Propaganda as a war tactic

Propaganda as a war tactic. Bringing the battlefield to the page By Emily Burton Sherman, 2011 NEH workshop “Crossroads of an Empire”. The power of words in the War of 1812.

By charles-good
(129 views)


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