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Warm Up L43

Warm Up L43

Warm Up L43. Be sure to skip a page before L43 for you Goal 3 5-5-5 What do you think about benchmark tests? Is there any merit in comparing students from across the county? Across the state?.

By naoko
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Slavery and Secession

Slavery and Secession

Slavery and Secession. Social Studies LLD V Mr. Pinto. Dred Scott Decision. Dred Scott Missouri slave Lived in free Illinois and Wisconsin His owner died while living in Missouri Scott argued he was a free man Judge Roger B. Taney Ruled against Scott

By merlin
(118 views)

Chapter 14

Chapter 14

Chapter 14. CRISIS, 1850’S. 1850. Expansion, growth . 1850. 23 mil. Wealthier Industry (2 nd ) Exports Slave south?. NATIONAL IDENTITY. American Renaissance Moby Dick, Scarlet Letter Douglass Brutality Uncle Tom’s Cabin Action . SLAVERY. Conflict Hottest issue. SOCIETY.

By trory
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Westward Expansion and the Issue of Slavery

Westward Expansion and the Issue of Slavery

Westward Expansion and the Issue of Slavery. Georgia Standards. SSUSH8 The student will explain the relationship between growing north-south divisions and westward expansion.

By reyna
(119 views)

The Breaking Point

The Breaking Point

The Breaking Point. Dred Scott v. Sandford. Dred Scott was a slave. He was brought to a free state and sued for his freedom. He stated since he was in a state where slavery was illegal he was then a free man Supreme Court disagreed. Stated slaves were property, not citizens. .

By xander
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Chapter 13: The South Study Guide

Chapter 13: The South Study Guide

Chapter 13: The South Study Guide. Mrs. Miller United States History. Quote: “I desire above all things to be a ‘Farmer’. It is the most honest, upright, and sure way of securing all the comforts of life” – A young Georgia Man.

By talli
(159 views)

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln. By Xander O’Connell. Childhood.

By roger
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Chapter 10 Section 2

Chapter 10 Section 2

Chapter 10 Section 2. Mounting Violence . In 1831 Nat Turner led a slave uprising in Virginia and raised tensions to an all time high. Uncle Tom’s Cabin. written by Harriet Beecher Stowe in 1852 about a slave and his overseer changed the Northern outlook on slavery.

By ike
(131 views)

Graphic Essay

Graphic Essay

Graphic Essay. Thesis.

By chelsey
(55 views)

Copy the following onto the bottom part of NB page 81.

Copy the following onto the bottom part of NB page 81.

Copy the following onto the bottom part of NB page 81. 1. Who was nominated by the Republicans in the election of 1856 and earned the nickname of “Pathfinder?” 2. Who was minister to Great Britain and nominated by the Democrats in the election of 1856?

By arnold
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The Haitian Revolution

The Haitian Revolution

The Haitian Revolution . Thomas Coneys Jr. Global dynamics Mr. McDonald. Haiti . A French colony on the island of Hispaniola in the Caribbean Also known Saint Dominique In the 18 th century Haiti was the wealthiest French colony over seas. . Timeline .

By lyre
(157 views)

REVIEW FOR THE UNIT 9 TEST

REVIEW FOR THE UNIT 9 TEST

REVIEW FOR THE UNIT 9 TEST. The Enlightenment American Revolution French Revolution and Napoleon Latin American Revolutions. REVIEW FOR THE UNIT 9 TEST. INSTRUCTIONS: G o through the slides and answer each question in the packet; the slide numbers are listed for each question .

By maegan
(375 views)

US-VA History: SOL Test Review

US-VA History: SOL Test Review

US-VA History: SOL Test Review. The Virginians and Virginia Events, 1607 – the Present. The Virginia Company of London.

By kohana
(91 views)

Violence in Kansas

Violence in Kansas

Violence in Kansas. “Bleeding Kansas”. Bleeding Kansas Starts. N & S race to fill Kansas with “voters” for each side March 1855  election “Border ruffians” from Missouri [slave state] Voted illegally. The Attack on Lawrence. Antislavery settlers founded town of Lawrence

By orenda
(107 views)

Kansas-Nebraska Act

Kansas-Nebraska Act

SSUSH9 The student will identify key events, issues, and individuals relating to the causes, course, and consequences of the Civil War. a. Explain the Kansas-Nebraska Act, the failure of popular sovereignty, Dred Scott case, and John Brown’s Raid.

By rlyons
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