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Supreme Court

Supreme Court

Supreme Court Members 9 justices Serve for life Lead by the Chief Justice Appointed by the President, approved by the Senate Original Jurisdiction States Ambassadors Appellate Jurisdiction Court of Appeals State Supreme Courts Armed Forces Appeals Federal Circuit Appeals

By issac
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Let's go to Washington, D.C.!

Let's go to Washington, D.C.!

Let's go to Washington, D.C.! The White House The White House is the official residence of the President of the United States. The first President to live in the White House was John Adams.

By Gabriel
(309 views)

French and Indian War

French and Indian War

French and Indian War Early Grievances Stamp Act 1765 More Taxes Boston Tea Party and Reaction The fighting begins Stamp Act 1765 French and Indian War Boston Tea Party and Reaction The fighting begins Early Grievances More Taxes $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200

By Mia_John
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Peachtree Street from Cityscape a concerto for orchestra by Jennifer Higdon

Peachtree Street from Cityscape a concerto for orchestra by Jennifer Higdon

Peachtree Street from Cityscape a concerto for orchestra by Jennifer Higdon. (born: Brooklyn, NY, 1962). 2005 GRAMMY Award Winner for Best Engineered Album, Classical. “I listen to all sorts of stuff. Almost never traditional Classical works. Sometimes contemporary

By Roberta
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The Antislavery Movement

The Antislavery Movement

The Antislavery Movement. Dr. Stacey Robertson Bradley University. Religion and Revolution. Religion Quakers B. Lay & J. Woolman Revolution Rhetoric of independence God’s punishment Blacks Northern emancipation Southern changes. John Adams. Gradual Emancipation.

By JasminFlorian
(312 views)

Constructing Independence

Constructing Independence

Constructing Independence. “Winning” a War and defining a New Republic, 1775-1787. Winning the War. Strategic Advantage—Rebels only had to avoid losing George Washington—Battle of Trenton Critical Year—1777—Saratoga—1778 Alliance with France Valley Forge War Shifts to South—Nathaniel Greene.

By betty_james
(220 views)

The Age of Jefferson

The Age of Jefferson

The Age of Jefferson. Jefferson referred to his election as a “revolution.” Known as the people’s President Reduced the debt from $80 million to $57 million when he left. Reduced the government bureaucracy. Republican Principles. Named Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court by John Adams.

By Jimmy
(219 views)

Avoiding Plagiarism in Research

Avoiding Plagiarism in Research

Avoiding Plagiarism in Research. Prof. Dr. Khalid Mahmood Department of Library and Information Science University of the Punjab. Plagiarism – Definition. Taking and using the thoughts, writings, and inventions of another person as one's own

By Audrey
(355 views)

3 rd Annual School to World

3 rd Annual School to World

3 rd Annual School to World. School-to-World. What do I want to do?. Who do I want to be?. Why is school important?. We all need pathways to potential destinations. 2002 Sponsors

By Albert_Lan
(186 views)

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving. The day America sets aside for family, for remembrance. First Thanksgiving.

By Patman
(223 views)

Events Leading Up to the Constitutional Convention

Events Leading Up to the Constitutional Convention

Events Leading Up to the Constitutional Convention. Who was thinking what!?. Samuel Adams and Patrick Henry. Supported a weak central government “GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH”!. Thomas Jefferson and James Madison.

By lotus
(291 views)

The Declaration of Independence

The Declaration of Independence

The Declaration of Independence. Oklahoma students join together in November to celebrate our freedoms!. What ARE our Freedoms?. We can find them in a very important paper…. Written many years ago in 1776…. The Declaration of Independence.

By paul
(306 views)

Attacking an EAP Prompt!

Attacking an EAP Prompt!

Attacking an EAP Prompt!. What is the point of the EAP Prompt?. ~ Measures the student's reading skills. -can you understand the point that the author is ~Measures the students ability to respond or take a stand on the author’s opinion.

By JasminFlorian
(547 views)

JEFFERSONIAN ASCENDANCY: THEORY AND PRACTICE OF GOVERNMENT

JEFFERSONIAN ASCENDANCY: THEORY AND PRACTICE OF GOVERNMENT

JEFFERSONIAN ASCENDANCY: THEORY AND PRACTICE OF GOVERNMENT. America: Past and Present Chapter 8. Defining Identity in a New Republic. An age of rapid population growth 7.2 million in 1810; two million more than 1800 20% black slaves Children under 16 the largest single group

By zinna
(168 views)

What Caused the American Revolution? Explaining Key Events

What Caused the American Revolution? Explaining Key Events

What Caused the American Revolution? Explaining Key Events. The ideological interpretation:. BIG IDEAS DRAWN FROM BRITISH RADICAL WHIGS: Power Threatens Liberty Liberty: Ability to exercise natural rights in limits set by law Power: Compulsion “absolute power corrupts, absolutely”

By steffi
(226 views)

American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783

American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783

American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783. Causes of the American Revolution. Proclamation of 1763. In 1763, Parliament issued the Proclamation of 1763, which ordered colonists not to settle west of the Appalachian Mountains.

By hop
(589 views)

Major Supreme Court Decisions

Major Supreme Court Decisions

Major Supreme Court Decisions. Major Supreme Court Decisions. Constitutional Rights. Declaration of Independence introduced the fundamental rights provided by the Constitution Right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness

By cadence
(172 views)

Moroccan American Peace Treaty 1786-1836

Moroccan American Peace Treaty 1786-1836

Moroccan American Peace Treaty 1786-1836. The Peace Treaty as a Cultural Document By Zakaria RMIDI. OUTLINE. Introduction The Peace Treaty Development Reading of The Peace Treaty 3.1. Articles dealing with war 3.2. Articles dealing with vessels & shipping

By adeola
(1288 views)

The American Revolution Brotherhood Patriots Reluctant Revolutionaries Chapter 7

The American Revolution Brotherhood Patriots Reluctant Revolutionaries Chapter 7

The American Revolution Brotherhood Patriots Reluctant Revolutionaries Chapter 7. Achievements: 1) First successful war for colonial independence; 2) First enduring large-scale Republic; 3) First nation designed on a “Liberal Recipe” in terms of political and economic character.

By cricket
(529 views)

Modern Plan to identify a “Natural Aristocracy” put forth by James Bryant Conant President of Harvard in the 1930s

Modern Plan to identify a “Natural Aristocracy” put forth by James Bryant Conant President of Harvard in the 1930s

Modern Plan to identify a “Natural Aristocracy” put forth by James Bryant Conant President of Harvard in the 1930s. Conant reads Jefferson’s 1813 letter to John Adams about the natural aristocracy, the idea becomes the centerpiece of Conant’s thinking. (Lemann, 42)

By onan
(189 views)

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