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… The American War for Independence … yes George Washington at … during the second, or southern, phase of the American Revolution. Lesson 3: Ending the War, 1783 During the …
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… The Crisis of American Diplomacy, 1793–1808 … yes Execution of Louis XVI … policy posed by the outbreak of the wars of the French Revolution. Was the U.S. alliance with France still in …
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… The First American Party System: Events, Issues, and Positions … yes … and Democracy, ca. 1800. Wikimedia Commons "Jefferson's revolutionary viewpoints soon shaped the beginnings of a …
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American Diplomacy in World War II … yes Sir Winston … nineteenth century, and Britain in the age of the American Revolution—had come apart once they had served their …
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… Abraham Lincoln on the American Union: “A Word Fitly Spoken” … yes Abraham Lincoln, … embraced all human beings, and concluded that the American revolution would not have succeeded if its goal was "a mere …
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… in 18th Century America … yes John Wesley preaching to American Indians Photo caption John Wesley preaching to … in size and influence. By the time of the American Revolution a majority—perhaps as many as 80 percent of the …
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… to be hoped for, and what to be feared from, the democratic revolution sweeping the Western world in his time. The … in America than in Europe with negative consequences for American character and culture. Throughout, students are …
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… The Birth of an American Empire … yes Birth of an American Empire: Columbia's Easter Bonnet Photo caption … and challenge U.S. security in the Western Hemisphere. Yet Americans shared the general optimism of the era that …
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… Missouri and Florida, and would leave nearly a million Americans on both sides dead or wounded. Indeed, casualties … Lecture: Drew Gilpin Faust Lesson Plan … After the American Revolution: Free African Americans in the North … After the …
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… "I cannot insist too strongly how I was surprised by the American Army. It is truly incredible that troops almost … American President . For background on the nature of the Revolutionary War, read the essay The Wars of the American
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… Air Force Historical Research Agency  Since the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, Soviet leaders had been claiming that … war in December 1941 the administration began encouraging Americans to view the Soviet Union not as a threat, but …
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… Poetry Song and Traditional Dance National Museum of the American Indian  (images of Hopi corn-based artifacts and … 11/13/15 08/28/19 … Related Content … Lesson Plan … Native Americans and the American Revolution: Choosing Sides … Native Americans and the …
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… call me an idealist. Well, that is the way I know I am an American. ... America is the only idealist nation in the … (from “An Outline of American History,” USIA, 1994) on From Revolution to Reconstruction, a link from the EDSITEment …
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… The Monroe Doctrine: Origin and Early American Foreign Policy … yes The Monroe Doctrine, 1823. … Monroe used when recommending that Congress recognize the revolutionary governments of Spanish America. Paraphrase the …
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… Republic … yes Diagram of the US Federal Government and American Union, 1862. Photo caption Diagram of the … the happiness, liberty, and safety of future generations of Americans. Background The proposed Constitution, and the … liberty and self-government, hard-earned during the late Revolution, were at stake in the question. Anti-federalists …
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… breakthroughs and global violence." — Academy of American Poets , “ The Modernist Revolution: Make It New ” Understanding the context of …
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… 'Creating the Balance' on the EDSITEment resource The American President , "Madison's presidency was dominated by … Was the War of 1812 an extension of the American Revolution? Analyze the rhetorical devices employed by …
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… The influence of President Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921) on American foreign policy has been profound and lasting. In … priority. In 1914, disturbed by the violence of Mexico's revolution (and the arrest of U.S. sailors in Tampico), …
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… and economic transformations produced by the Industrial Revolution. They opposed Gilded Age abuses and promoted … their graphic and sometimes sensational reporting opened Americans’ eyes to dangerous working conditions in …
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… The presidential election of 1824 represents a watershed in American politics. The collapse of the Federalist Party and … 1971, 363.). With no more national heroes of the Revolution left to succeed Monroe, regional figures and …
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American Literary Humor: Mark Twain, George Harris, and … the significance of humor through a study of several American writers. One or all lessons can be taught …
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… were deteriorating. President John Adams wanted to preserve American neutrality in conflicts between Britain and France. … affected affairs at home. Suspicious of the French Revolution and its potential for terror and anarchy, Adams …
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… Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: The First Great Latin American Poet … yes Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz portrait made … Juana Inés de la Cruz is considered the first great Latin American poet and one of the most important Hispanic …
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… Eventually his career took him to Cuba to cover the revolution there. He became friends with Fidel Castro and …
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… divides that formed the fermenting mixture that led to revolution half a century later. For information on the life …
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… strategies and agendas of diverse individuals. Even black Americans, the primary beneficiaries of this landmark …
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… unit students will study this turbulent period of American history, examining the various events and ideas … was justified, and how much was an overreaction. Background Americans emerged from World War II with a renewed sense of …
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… over slavery that increasingly threatened to divide the American union. By 1860, the nation found an old Democratic … Missouri Compromise of 1820 and the Nullification Crisis Americans affirmed their independence with the ringing …
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… best secure the future safety and happiness of the young American republic. At times it seemed that the Convention … they faced in the process. They will learn why many Americans in the 1780s believed that reforms to the Articles …
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… ammunition, or implements of war; and restricting travel by American citizens on belligerent ships during war." ~ … Act" of August 31, 1935 In the years after World War I Americans quickly reached the conclusion that their …