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Thoreau

Thoreau

Thoreau Main Themes And Study Guide Quotes It is never too late to give up your prejudices. Walden Quotes

By libitha
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The Union in Peril

The Union in Peril

The Union in Peril. Conflict Over Status of Territories. Wilmot Proviso (1846) fails to ban slavery from newly acquired Mexican territories Free Soil Movement Party Found support from northern Democrats and Whigs Didn’t demand end to slavery, only spread of slavery.

By richard_edik
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The changing nature of beauty. Stravinsky – The Rite of Spring (1914) Jazz

The changing nature of beauty. Stravinsky – The Rite of Spring (1914) Jazz

The changing nature of beauty. Stravinsky – The Rite of Spring (1914) Jazz. Jackson Pollock – Eyes in the Heat (1946). Pruitt-Igoe Before – AIA Award (1952) After – demolished (1972). For the Romantics, ‘ priority [was] given to natural beauty over the beauty of art. ’ (Osborne, 26)

By albert
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Perspectives on the Fugitive Slave Law

Perspectives on the Fugitive Slave Law

Perspectives on the Fugitive Slave Law. The Case of Sara Lucy Bagby. “Slave Auction at Richmond, Virginia.” Courtesy of the Library of Congress. What was the Fugitive Slave Act? . From "The Last Race of the Rail-Splitter," Broadside, ca. 1861, Library of Virginia. .

By daniel_millan
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The Compromise of 1850

The Compromise of 1850

The Compromise of 1850. The Cause. 1. The U.S. had acquired vast territory—result of war with Mexico--Should slavery be allowed? (Wilmot Proviso) 2. California—gold rush 1849—had petitioned for statehood—slave/free balance disrupted. 3. Dispute in TX -claimed territory to Santa Fe

By mariel
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Chapter 5, Lesson 3

Chapter 5, Lesson 3

Chapter 5, Lesson 3. Compromise and Conflict. Vocabulary. Slave state: A state that allows slavery Free state: A state that DOES NOT allow slavery Union: Another name for the United States

By dieter
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BRINK OF THE STORM

BRINK OF THE STORM

BRINK OF THE STORM. THE NATION DIVIDED. Long Term Causes of the Civil War. Division. Sectionalism: An extreme loyalty to a particular region of a nation and the region’s interests and ways of doing things. Nationalism: A strong feeling of loyalty and devotion to one’s nation.

By oded
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The Nation Divided

The Nation Divided

The Nation Divided. Chapter 10. The Wilmot Proviso. The Missouri Compromise did not apply to the Mexican Cession The Wilmot Proviso sought to ban slavery from the territories acquired from Mexico Southerners viewed the bill as an attack on slavery. The Debate Over California.

By kendis
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The Election of 1860

The Election of 1860

The Election of 1860. The Election that Ripped Apart a Nation. President James Buchanan. “Old Buck” safe choice to win (therefore useless) Two major M.O.s: Dred Scott v. Sandford Lecompton Constitution. The Democrats. Convention #1: Charleston, SC - April (1860) - platform fight

By libby
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The Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad. Pages 486-488. Another Way to Resist. Running away was another way slaves chose to resist slavery. Some slaves ran away alone while others tried to escape with family or friends.

By koen
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Chapter 15 Toward Civil War (1840-1861)

Chapter 15 Toward Civil War (1840-1861)

Chapter 15 Toward Civil War (1840-1861). Section 2 A Nation Dividing. Section 2-Polling Question. A B C. If you disagree with a law, do you have the right not to obey it? A. Yes, always B. No, never C. Only under certain circumstances. Essential Question.

By valin
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Slave - Catchers

Slave - Catchers

Slave - Catchers . By: Jadelyn . Slave – Catchers . Slave – Catchers would hunt down slaves trying to escape from there owners. . Slave - Catchers. Slave – Catchers were white men hunting down escaped slaves trying to escape to the North. Slave - Catchers.

By alec
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Success On Exams & Avoiding Plagiarism

Success On Exams & Avoiding Plagiarism

Success On Exams & Avoiding Plagiarism . Successful Essay Writing Idea #1. Students often ask how they can do well for exams in the on-line class There are a few things to keep in mind:

By paley
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From Compromise to Conflict: The Crisis Unfolds

From Compromise to Conflict: The Crisis Unfolds

From Compromise to Conflict: The Crisis Unfolds. Classroom Procedures. You and your partner will assume the role of Southerners or Northerners to reach compromises on four historical conflicts that led to the Civil War. You and your partner will have a twofold goal throughout this activity:

By brie
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Ch.15 : Dealing with that “Peculiar Institution"

Ch.15 : Dealing with that “Peculiar Institution"

Ch.15 : Dealing with that “Peculiar Institution". What are some basic lifestyle differences between the North and South? Was the Wilmot Proviso effective in settling the question of slavery in lands gained from Mexico? Why? What were the roles of the major players in the Compromise of 1850?

By helmut
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A Dividing Nation

A Dividing Nation

A Dividing Nation. History Alive! Chapter 21. The North has four seasons and cold winters had business and industry steamboats and lots of railroad lines. The South has mild winters, long summers, and lots of rain had agriculture, especially cotton and used slave labor

By una
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Unit 6 Chapter 7

Unit 6 Chapter 7

Unit 6 Chapter 7. Before the war…. The period before the Civil War is known as the antebellum era. President is Millard Fillmore in the 1850’s. Many issues divide the North and South: Sectionalism Economic consideration Cultural differences Slavery (very controversial!). Slavery.

By tehya
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The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County

The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County

The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County. Mark Twain. Scavenger Hunt. With a partner find . . . 2 similes 1 metaphor 2 allusion examples Regional Dialect (1 of each) Misspelling Grammatical Errors Inventive Punctuation Loose sentence structure Colloquial Phrase.

By presencia
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Lincoln and the Founders

Lincoln and the Founders

Lincoln and the Founders. Why Lincoln and the Founders? The Two Anchors of his Statesmanship:. The Rights Doctrine. The Constitution. Lincoln and the Founders: Two Quotations.

By christmas
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Sectional Conflict & Politics 1846 - 1857

Sectional Conflict & Politics 1846 - 1857

Sectional Conflict & Politics 1846 - 1857. Wedges of Separation. North vs. South suspicious gov’t to advance their interests South -Thomas Kettell’s – “Southern Wealth & Northern Profits” South producing wealth – North is a leech (dependent)

By albert
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