1.What parts of North America were claimed by France? 2.Why did Native Americans form alliances with colonists? 3.In what ways did France & England clash between 1689-1763? 4.How did the French try to keep the English out of the Ohio Valley?
The two out four questions that I choose are to 1.) Discuss the causes of the civil war. Cite as many facts as possible to back up your analysis. And answer 2.) If the enduring vision of America is embodied in the Declaration of Independence's statements about equality and universal rights to justice, liberty, and self-fulfillment, how much progress toward those ideals had blacks and women made by 1877?
1. I currently, take AP Unite States History, and in class we tend to base history on three things. Those three things are: Causation, Comparison, and Continuity and Change over time. With that being said, how did the Niagara Movement cause or influence other Civil Rights organizations or movements to come into existence? How does the Niagara Movement compare to other Civil Rights organizations, such as NAACP and the National Urban League?
2. Describe the similarities and differences between English Colonies established in the late 1600s (p.82-83) 4 restoration colonies, proprietorships, were granted by King Charles II: New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Carolina All colonies had the idea of restoring monarchy Proprietors ruled the colonies as they wanted with the consideration of the English law Most colonies followed the Church of England’s teaching while Pennsylvania reflected on the Quaker belief Quakers believed in “inner light” and gender equality in both religion and politics This made Pennsylvania as the most democratic and open colony among them 3.
1. What effect did the Great Awakening have on the colonies? First, the Great Awakening affected the colonies by changing many people's attitudes towards religion. Before this revival, religious piety and fervor had been waning in the colonies. ...
For those who supported imperialism in the 1900s followed three vital reasons in the encouragement in which were Economic Factors, Military Factors, and Cultural Factors. In the United States officials have direct or indirect affects in the jurisdiction between other countries. In fact, the United States in this case wanted to acquire new markets in which goods are to be sold. Imperialism pertains a crucial military factor in which enforcement and overall involvement of imperialism. A key factor in the opposition of imperialism is the moral belief of democracy and the laws we abide to as citizens in the United States.
A. Explain the reasons for English Colonization by doing the Following: A1. Discuss the political motivations for English Imperialism. The main political motivation for English Imperialism was due to the rivalries with its European Counterparts. Initially, European countries were looking for a water passage to China so they would be able to trade for their goods. Spain, who lead the charge, landed in Central and South America, captured gold and silver.
The Zoot Suit Riots Racial beatings against Mexican-Americans by the U.S. service men and citizens. You are probably wondering what Zoot Suit Riots are. That is what I am here for. I will inform you on what the Zoot Suit Riots were. How the riots started and also why the Mexican-Americans were targeted.
1. What effect does the image of rivers create in African American history? Why are the rivers ancient and dusky? The ancient rivers Hughes talked about in his poem “The Negro Speaks of River” are the heritages of African Americans and Africans.
1) Describe the early European and Native American contacts and explain what impact treaties and warfare played in their interactions. What was the Indian Removal Act, the Allotment Act and the Reorganization Act and what their goals and impacts were’? (p.?) The experience of the Native American and the Europeans has been conflicting has at the beginning of the discovery of the new world with Christopher Columbus the on slaughter of the first Native people.