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Social Interaction

Social Interaction

Social Interaction. Chapter 11. Universal Interaction. Group– 2 or more persons In-group– group one belongs to Out-group– group one doesn’t belong to

By issac
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Women during the Civil War

Women during the Civil War

Women during the Civil War. On and Off the Battlefield. Majority of the women at the beginning of the Civil War were considered frail, genteel ladies.  Those who never let the touch of the

By chauncey
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Vicksburg

Vicksburg

Vicksburg. Assaults. Assaults on Vicksburg. After the Battle of the Big Black on May 17, Pemberton retreats into Vicksburg and begins establishing his defense Grant is anxious to finish the job and orders two assaults on May 19 and 22 The first is relatively hasty, the second more deliberate

By max
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Social Psychology

Social Psychology

Social Psychology. Chapter 12. Social Psychology. Social psychology – the scientific study of how a person’s thoughts, feelings, and behavior are influenced by the real, imagined, or implied presence of others 3 main areas of social psychology

By evonne
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Chapter 16 The Civil War Begins 1861-1862

Chapter 16 The Civil War Begins 1861-1862

Chapter 16 The Civil War Begins 1861-1862. I. Find Out A. How fighting began at Fort Sumter B. The strengths and weaknesses of each side C. Each side’s basic strategy D. The results of the first battle of Bull Run.

By yeriel
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Chapter 13 RECONSTRUCTION AND THE NEW SOUTH

Chapter 13 RECONSTRUCTION AND THE NEW SOUTH

Chapter 13 RECONSTRUCTION AND THE NEW SOUTH. Section 1: Presidential Reconstruction Section 2: Congressional Reconstruction Section 3: Reconstruction in the South Section 4: The New South. Section 1: Presidential Reconstruction. Objectives:.

By benjamin
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Battles of the Civil War

Battles of the Civil War

Battles of the Civil War. Great Bull: A Great Awakening. The Union’s war strategy had three steps: Surround the South by land and sea to cut off its trade 2. Divide the Confederacy into sections so they could not help each other

By fern
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The Battle of Gettysburg

The Battle of Gettysburg

The Civil War. The Battle of Gettysburg. By: Mrs. Rivas. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Gettysburg. Who was involved?. South: AKA: Confederates Leader: Robert E. Lee Infantry: 71,699 Killed: 4,708 Wounded: 12,693 Captured/Missing: 5,830.

By dolan
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Reconstruction (1865-1876)

Reconstruction (1865-1876)

Reconstruction (1865-1876). Key Questions. 1. How do we bring the South back into the Union?. 4. What branch of government should control the process of Reconstruction?. 2. How do we rebuild the South after its destruction during the war?.

By garin
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THE CIVIL WAR

THE CIVIL WAR

THE CIVIL WAR. The Union Dissolves Chapter 11 Section 1. Crittenden Compromise. As a last ditch compromise, Sen. Crittenden proposed drawing the Missouri Compromise line to the Pacific. Lincoln rejected this since it would expand slavery. Confederate States.

By jenny
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RECONSTRUCTION

RECONSTRUCTION

RECONSTRUCTION 1865–1877: the process the U.S. used to re-admit the Confederate States to the Union. President Lincoln’s Plan. 1864  “Lincoln Governments” formed in LA, TN, AR “loyal assemblies” They were weak and dependent on the Northern army for their survival.

By bozica
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Social Psychology

Social Psychology

Social Psychology. Chapter 12. Social Psychology. Social psychology – the scientific study of how a person’s thoughts, feelings, and behavior are influenced by the real, imagined, or implied presence of others 3 main areas of social psychology

By ashtyn
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Chapter 4 RECONSTRUCTION AND THE NEW SOUTH

Chapter 4 RECONSTRUCTION AND THE NEW SOUTH

Chapter 4 RECONSTRUCTION AND THE NEW SOUTH. Section 1: Presidential Reconstruction Section 2: Congressional Reconstruction Section 3: Reconstruction in the South Section 4: The New South. Section 1: Presidential Reconstruction. Objectives:.

By tanuja
(126 views)

Second Manassas

Second Manassas

Second Manassas. August 29-30, 1862. End of the Peninsula Campaign. Even though McClellan had been defeated, his army was still in a strategic location, just 25 miles from Richmond and on a supply line it could keep open (it would be 1864 before the Federals got this close to Richmond again)

By niabi
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Chapter 4 RECONSTRUCTION AND THE NEW SOUTH

Chapter 4 RECONSTRUCTION AND THE NEW SOUTH

Chapter 4 RECONSTRUCTION AND THE NEW SOUTH. Section 1: Presidential Reconstruction Section 2: Congressional Reconstruction Section 3: Reconstruction in the South Section 4: The New South. Section 1: Presidential Reconstruction. Objectives:.

By raine
(281 views)

The War That Divided A Nation

The War That Divided A Nation

The War That Divided A Nation. By: Sarah Macklin. Why Did T he C ivil W ar Start.

By eitan
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End of the Civil War

End of the Civil War

End of the Civil War. 1 . The war began at Fort Sumter , South Carolina on April 12, 1861 . 2. The war continued on for 4 more years. 3. Most of the fighting took place in the southern states.

By gladys
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Battle of the Ironclads Hampton Roads, Virginia March 9, 1862 The USS Monitor v s CSS Virginia

Battle of the Ironclads Hampton Roads, Virginia March 9, 1862 The USS Monitor v s CSS Virginia

Battle of the Ironclads Hampton Roads, Virginia March 9, 1862 The USS Monitor v s CSS Virginia . Troy Barone 6/6/14 Term 4 Civil War Project. USS Merrimack. Built in Boston MA Navy Yard in 1856 Decommissioned in 1860 Federal Forces burned and sank Merrimack in 1861

By ramiro
(522 views)

Discuss factors influencing conformity

Discuss factors influencing conformity

Discuss factors influencing conformity. Factors influencing conformity. For this Learning Outcome, we’ll be looking at: Minority Influence Groupthink Culture. Social influence. Majority Influence Minority Influence. Minority influence.

By henry
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2012 State Assessment Vocabulary Review: U.S. History

2012 State Assessment Vocabulary Review: U.S. History

2012 State Assessment Vocabulary Review: U.S. History. American Wars. The War of 1812: A war to stop a British Invasion. The victory comes largely from the British having to focus on issues at home. Andrew Jackson wins the battle of New Orleans, which will help lead him to the presidency

By teresa
(90 views)

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