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Masonic Presidents. Famous Masons. American Masonic History. Masonic Ritual. Masonic Miscellany. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500.

By albert
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American Literature

American Literature

American Literature. 030533/4/5, 7 th Nov. 2006. Lecture Seven. The American Realism (II) (1865 - 1918). IV. Regionalism (local color writing). The concept:

By omer
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Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. Indian Removal. Indian Removal. 1783-1838 One of the darkest periods in Indian (Native American) history. Forced out of their traditional lands and moved to unknown territories . Georgia was no exception. James Vann. Cherokee Indian Chief Plantation owner Had slaves

By dusty
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Portrait of Mah-to-toh-pa – Mandan, 1861 - 1869

Portrait of Mah-to-toh-pa – Mandan, 1861 - 1869

Portrait of Mah-to-toh-pa – Mandan, 1861 - 1869. George Catlin 1796 - 1872. Catlin Painting the Portrait of Mah-to-toh-pa—Mandan, 1861/1869. “There is occasionally a chief or warrior of such extraordinary renown, that he is allowed to wear horns on his head-dress.…

By aulani
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Review for Test on the American Revolution and My Brother Sam is Dead

Review for Test on the American Revolution and My Brother Sam is Dead

Review for Test on the American Revolution and My Brother Sam is Dead. By: Miss Cantillon. In 1765…. Parliament passes The Stamp Act The French and Indian War ends King George III ascends to the throne of England Washington crosses the Delaware River and captures a Hession Force. Answer:.

By rhiannon
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Mobilizing for War

Mobilizing for War

Mobilizing for War. Military forces largely volunteer on both sides New military technology utilized Infantry rifle was most lethal weapon of war Infantry tactics gradually adjusted to new weapon General technology shaped course/outcome of war

By lucian
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Unit 4

Unit 4

Unit 4. Territorial Days. Courts and Prisons. Prior to 1896 there were no courts in Indian Territory with authority over white people.

By ada
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Great Plains & Westward Migration

Great Plains & Westward Migration

Great Plains & Westward Migration. Created by Mr. Wheat Edited by Ms. Hillyer. GREAT PLAINS. During the nineteenth century (19 th century) or 1800s, people’s perceptions & use of the Great Plains changed. GREAT PLAINS.

By dayo
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Big Business and American Industrialization

Big Business and American Industrialization

Big Business and American Industrialization. Analyze and identify the growth and effect of big business and industrialization on American Society. The Indian Wars 1870-1890. Causes-

By verna
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Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer

Frederic Remington, In From the Night Herd, 1907 What does the image above portray about the cowboys in the west ’ s lifestyle. . Bell Ringer. Section 3: The Cattle Boom. Chapter 14: The Western Crossroads (1860-1910) . The Cattle Boom.

By diandra
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New South/Last West

New South/Last West

New South/Last West. 1877-1900. Postwar North & South. Postwar North Growing industrial economy War spending encouraged rapid growth Uniform national banking system Steadily increasing work force Free blacks Southern/Eastern European immigration High protective tariffs

By umika
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Cobell v. Salazar Five Civilized Tribes

Cobell v. Salazar Five Civilized Tribes

Cobell v. Salazar Five Civilized Tribes. Presented by Linda Donelson, Realty Director, May 6, 2010. 1893 Dawes Commission

By lotus
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The Age of Jackson – Ch. 12

The Age of Jackson – Ch. 12

The Age of Jackson – Ch. 12. Story Notes Obj.: explain events and issues of Andrew Jackson’s presidency. Andrew Jackson Source: http://raymondpronk.wordpress.com/2012/ 06/26/american-history-andrew-jackson-videos/ , accessed 11 March 2013. Henry Clay

By ellery
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THE GREAT WEST AND THE AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION, 1865-1896

THE GREAT WEST AND THE AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION, 1865-1896

THE GREAT WEST AND THE AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION, 1865-1896. Chapter 26. Indians Embattled In The West. The Great West At the time of the Civil War the West was a vast unsettled area By 1890 territories were being carved out and Indians being squeezed out and pushed into reservations.

By dallon
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The First Industrial Revolution 1793-1850

The First Industrial Revolution 1793-1850

The First Industrial Revolution 1793-1850. Industrialization: Transformation of the economy from agriculture to manufacturing – built on mechanization of labor. The development of industries was built on a transportation revolution—the steamboat and later railroads.

By marlis
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Looking to the West, 1860-1900

Looking to the West, 1860-1900

Looking to the West, 1860-1900. Great Plains, Pacific Northwest, and the Southwest develop. Pacific Railways Acts of 1862 and 1864. Passed during the Civil War when the Northern Republics dominated the Congress (no Southern opposition) Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads

By bonnie
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Questions to write down…

Questions to write down…

Questions to write down…. How did the invention of the cotton gin effect slavery? What was Manifest Destiny? What did the Homestead Act put into place? What did the 2 nd Great Awakening have to do with Abolition? Who was William Lloyd Garrison?

By haroun
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Farming the Great Plains (4.3)

Farming the Great Plains (4.3)

Farming the Great Plains (4.3). 2 (e-g): The key concepts of continuity and change, cause and effect, complexity, unity and diversity over time. 1 st Impression of Great Plains. Stephen Long: “Great American Desert” Uninhabitable & an “obstacle in settling the country”.

By acton
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The West and the New South

The West and the New South

The West and the New South. Chapter 26. 1. What groups were responsible for settling the west?. Miners Cattlemen/Cowboys Farmers. 2. What states were settled largely because of mining?. Colorado Gold found near Pike’s Peak in 1859. Nevada Comstock Lode (gold) near Virginia City, Nevada.

By landon
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ABC Book of History

ABC Book of History

ABC Book of History. Brianna Carmony 3 rd period 5-17-2011. Abolitionist - a person who strongly favors doing away with slavery. Antifederalists - individuals who opposed ratification of the Constitution. Arsenal - a storage place for weapons and ammunition.

By quynh
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