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Week 4: An Experiment in Decentralisation

Week 4: An Experiment in Decentralisation

Week 4: An Experiment in Decentralisation. Last week… independence and aftermath. Arrival of Portuguese court to Rio; 1815 United Kingdom arrangement; eventual break in 1822 Change or continuity? Who drove independence? Who benefited? Where are ORDINARY PEOPLE in this picture?.

By clodia
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Sectionalism, Slavery and the Civil War (1861-1865)

Sectionalism, Slavery and the Civil War (1861-1865)

Sectionalism, Slavery and the Civil War (1861-1865). What is the difference between nationalism and sectionalism?. Nationalism – a feeling of pride, loyalty, and protectiveness toward your country. Loyalty to one’s nation as a whole.

By robbin
(168 views)

And don’t make me have to tell you twice!

And don’t make me have to tell you twice!

Hey you kids, get out a sheet of paper and write your name, date, and period in the upper right hand corner. Title this paper “Jackson Day 1 CFU”. And don’t make me have to tell you twice!. What would the Founding Fathers have thought about Andrew Jackson?. What would Jefferson think?.

By meena
(138 views)

Revolutions in Latin America (19c - Early 20c)

Revolutions in Latin America (19c - Early 20c)

Revolutions in Latin America (19c - Early 20c). European Empires: 1660’s. 16 th c. - 18 th c. New Ideas Brewing in Europ e. Causes of Latin American Revolutions. Enlightenment Ideas  writings of John Locke, Voltaire, & Jean Rousseau; Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine.

By zorina
(135 views)

Chapter 16

Chapter 16

Chapter 16. The South and the Abolition / Slavery Controversy. ________________. _____________= __________________ Cotton = Dominant Southern crop Eclipsing _________________________ South – produced more than half the entire world’s supply of cotton South – VERY powerful (______________)

By shiri
(105 views)

The Restoration and Romanticism

The Restoration and Romanticism

Two Contrasting Periods:. The Restoration and Romanticism. The Restoration and Eighteenth Century. 1660-1785. The Time: 1660-1785. 1666: Great Fire burns 80% of London 1681: Woman flogged in London for becoming involved in politics 1689: Parliament passes Bill of Rights and Toleration Act

By aneko
(205 views)

CLE

CLE

CLE. S - Z. Saturnalia. Festival of Saturn. Chief features include social role reversals and gift giving. Christmas took place during the festival? . satyr. Male followers of Dionysus and Hermes Silenus , tutor of Dionysus

By yitro
(146 views)

Spartacus

Spartacus

Spartacus. The roman gladiator/slave of many accomplished things . . By; Lizzie Powell  . Spartacus. Spartacus was one of the most famous and remembered gladiators in Roman history.

By stacia
(400 views)

European Revolutions

European Revolutions

Enduring Understandings The collision of social unrest and new political ideas can lead to revolution. Nationalism can act as both a unifying and divisive force . Questions What new ideas moved to the rest of Europe that helped to fuel their revolutions for political change?

By blenda
(149 views)

The Jefferson Administration

The Jefferson Administration

The Jefferson Administration. Chapter 8. The Jefferson Reaction. He was determined to dismantle all Federal Influence and those elements of the Federal government created by Federalists: reduce the military do away with taxes created by Hamilton

By rusty
(82 views)

Rome: From Republic to Empire

Rome: From Republic to Empire

Rome: From Republic to Empire. Dawson College. Ancient Rome. Roman Republic Roman Empire. Ancient Rome. Rome. Timeline. 509 BCE Republic of Rome formed 431-404 BCE Peloponnesian War 338 BCE Philip of Macedon conquers Greece 323 BCE Death of Alexander the Great

By edythe
(258 views)

Review Game: Sectionalism

Review Game: Sectionalism

Review Game: Sectionalism. Prior to the Civil War, what was the basis of the Northern economy?. Manufacturing & industry. Prior to the Civil War, was the basis of the Southern economy?. Agriculture. What was the main crop grown by Southern farmers?. Cotton.

By lukas
(107 views)

JULIUS CAESAR

JULIUS CAESAR

JULIUS CAESAR. POWER. To. Rise. His Name. Gaius Julius Caesar. Julius was the family name. Gaius was his given name, one of only eight names which could be given to boys. The name of Gaius’ branch of the Julius family was “Caesar,” which originally meant “hairy.”. The Early Years.

By len
(222 views)

Sectionalism to Separatism

Sectionalism to Separatism

Sectionalism to Separatism. United states or united States?. 1800 cotton gin- makes plantation production of cotton practical. Cotton production becomes “industrialized;” massive work force is needed.

By kineta
(124 views)

Africans as (Compelled) Immigrants?

Africans as (Compelled) Immigrants?

Africans as (Compelled) Immigrants?. In terms of a labor source , not unlike English indentures in the very beginning (some Spanish, Portuguese speaking) 1500-1660s (mostly indentures) 1619 first 25 come to Jamestown as indentures 1660-1670s first slave codes in Chesapeake

By gannon-porter
(68 views)

Slaves Gone Wild!

Slaves Gone Wild!

Slaves Gone Wild!. An overview of Slave Rebellion. 1663: First serious slave conspiracy in Colonial America White servants and black slaves conspire to revolt in Gloucester County, VA, but are betrayed by a fellow servant.

By hyacinth-hoffman
(107 views)

Horrors Of Slavery

Horrors Of Slavery

Horrors Of Slavery. Middle Passage. Middle Passage. THE MIDDLE PASSAGE IS BETWEEN WHAT CONTINENTS AND OVER WHAT OCEAN?. On the Slave ship- slide A. ON THE SLAVE SHIP. Slave Ship DESCRIBE SLIDE.

By cathleen-lang
(204 views)

Black History

Black History

Black History. Slavery. 1517 Black plantation slavery begins in the New World when Spaniards begin importing slaves from Africa to replace Indians who died from harsh working conditions and exposure to disease.

By raphael-bernard
(63 views)

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War. Causes. LEARNING OBJECTIVE:. SS.912.A.2.1: Review causes and consequences of the Civil War. Civil War: Key Causes. Main Idea: Disagreements over slavery grew to tensions between the North and South and led to the South leaving the Union.

By williamerobinson
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The Antebellum South

The Antebellum South

The Antebellum South. A. The Three South's. Border South: (MD, DE, KY, MO) Middle South [aka Upper South]: (VA, NC, TN, AK) Deep South: (SC, FL, GA, AL, MS, TX, LA). The further south, the more entrenched slavery was in the Southern way of life. The North.

By mohamedd
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