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Complete sentences only on answers. Feb. 20 Steadfast Feb. 21 Scholarly Feb 22. meticulous February 25 smug Feb. 26 manipulate #2#3 and #4 Hand in chapters #1,2,&3 Make sure name is on February 27 integrity complete sentences only on answers February 28 indignant \

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complete sentences only on answers
Complete sentences only on answers
  • Feb. 20 Steadfast
  • Feb. 21 Scholarly
  • Feb 22. meticulous
  • February 25 smug
  • Feb. 26 manipulate #2#3 and #4
  • Hand in chapters #1,2,&3
  • Make sure name is on
  • February 27 integrity
  • complete sentences only on answers
  • February 28 indignant \
  • March 1 taunt
fold new sheet paper in half upper part vocab lower part question 5

nat·ty

/ˈnatē/

Fold new sheet paper in half upper part vocab lower part question #5
  • March 4 --Uppity -- Taking liberties or assuming airs beyond one's station; presumptuous: “________was getting a little uppity and needed to be slapped down“
  • highfalutin (alsohifalutin), high-and-mighty,
  • stiff-necked, superior
  • March 5 malevolent “Stacey’s eyes flashed malevolently at Cassie”
  • March 6-- Natty --Smart and fashionable: "a natty blue blazer and designer jeans". Nattily dressed (classy, jaunty, sassy, snazzy)
  • March 7 VENDETTA
  • March 8 REDNECK - a derogatory slang term used in reference to poor, uneducated white farmers, especially from the southern United States.[ Necks red from farm work in the hot sun.
  • March 11 RECONSTRUCTION-for a period of 10 years after Civil War Union soldiers were stationed in the South to protect the blacks and maintain order. Blacks established prosperous little communities and held political offices. When the troops withdrew the lynchings and terror began.
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March 12 – ANTEBELLUM- Belonging to the period before the Civil War. To the South it was a nostalgic time when life was perfectly ordered. Mr. Granger desperately wanted to return to the days of the Antebellum South.

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March 13 Mr. Granger’s grandmother filled him with all kinds of tales of the glory of the Antebellum South. He is bitter and angry because that world is lost. He is most bitter that the Logans, a BLACK family, own a portion of his Grandfather’s old plantation.

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March 14 -Mr. Granger has an annoying habit of forming the letter “O” with his mouth and running his tongue around his teeth as he stares at Hammer and Pa. It is oddly threatening and you can infer that he is hatching an evil plan.

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Intro summary Mr. Morrison’s family was living in a shanty town outside of Shreveport, Louisiana. Life was hard and the the white people attacked the black people.

  • The book says ‘Reconstruction was just about over” Also it says “people was trying to turn things back the way they used to be.”
  • It also says “The white people came down like ghosts that Christmas of ‘76.
  • Later on it says “Two boys were accused of molesting a white woman.”
  • According to the text ‘their rebels sabers were hacking and killing and burning us out.’