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  • Whose More Perfect Union?: Constitutional Role Play - … . 5. William Blount. Very wealthy. By the 1790s he owned almost a million acres in holdings in North Carolina and Tennessee. On … percent profit. Constitution Role Play Zinn Education Project 18 15. William Few. Georgia. A lawyer who became moderately wealthy, though originally … lawyer; held well-paying government jobs. Held no bonds. 23. William Houstoun. A wealthy Georgia plantation owner. He owned slaves, though …
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  • 1.4 The Quakers and anti-slavery - … , called the Greensboro Patriot , was started at Greensboro, edited by William Swaim, a young man of rare talent. He advocated the … . About this time the same subject was agitated in East Tennessee, and similar societies organized in that part of the State … Garden Meeting-House, Elihu Emory and James Jones, of East Tennessee, attended as delegates from that State. Both were active members …
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  • Abraham Lincoln Lesson Plans - … of Union and Confederate armies at the Battle of Nashville, Tennessee? What was the outcome of that battle? 14. What was … slavery? For further reading: The Religion of Abraham Lincoln by William Wolf (originally entitled "The Almost Chosen People"). Writing Assignment: 1 … people? For further reading: The Religion of Abraham Lincoln by William Wolf (originally entitled "The Almost Chosen People"). Redeemer President by …
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  • Whose 'Truth' Is Out There? - … 25, 1925's New York Times, "Scopes Is Indicted in Tennessee for Teaching Evolution." 4. Evaluate how evolution, creationism and the … Evolution" (one per student) -copies of "Scopes Is Indicted in Tennessee for Teaching Evolution" (found online at http://www.nytimes.com … theory of evolution (Charles Darwin, Alfred Russel Wallace, Jean Lemarck, William Jennings Bryan, Clarence Darrow, John Scopes). 3. Learn about significant …
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  • Plessy v. Ferguson & the Roots of Segregation - … back towards slavery? Additional information to optionally share about DuBois: William Edward Burghardt Du Bois (was an American sociologist, historian, civil … interracial democracy flourished. Nothing in all history, wrote the abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison, equaled this . . . transformation of four million human beings … civil-rights statues, states enacted more discriminatory laws. In 1881, Tennessee passed laws that segregated its railroad cars. Between the years …
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  • Rosa Parks | Civil Rights Activist - … similar to Rosa Parks. The defendant in the case was William Gayle, Mayor of Montgomery. The three-judge panel decided that … of the Highlander School, an adult education center in Monteagle, Tennessee where labor and civil rights activists, both black and white … suspected communist training ground, should be closed. The state of Tennessee revoked the school's charter in 1961, however, the school …
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  • History by Heroes - … government. In early 1864 the governments of Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee are reconstructed under Lincoln's "Ten Percent Plan." Radical Republicans … and Means Committee. The committee found that when Treasury Secretary William Richardson appointed John Sanborn to collect delinquent taxes, he allowed … presidential nomination on the seventh ballot. Delegates then chose Congressman William Wheeler of New York as the vice-presidential nominee. Democratic …
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  • Cadron Settlement and the Trail of Tears - … to get to Indian Territory by water. (They followed the Tennessee River north, and then they came down the Mississippi and … Thigh Nave Joseph Dobson's child J. Peckerwood William England _____________Richardson's wife Mrs. William England _____________Richardson's child Black Foxes' wife … Will Tucker's child T. Wilson's child William Vann William Wilson's child William Vann's three children John Woodward's child …
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  • Deerfield's Changing Economy - … Life in Franklin County, MA 1770-1860. Knoxville: UP of Tennessee, 1991. Anderson, Fred. The People's Army: Massachusetts Soldiers and … Digital Collection, conduct a search. 5. Account book of Elihu Williams (accounts books of Consider Dickinson and Elihu Hoyt can be … Exchange in the Connecticut River Valley Account books of Elijah Williams: Ledger B, Share in a discussion of the importance attributed …
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  • An Overview of Slavery through Rotating Stations - … Negroes, if confirmed in any jail within the states of Tennessee, North or South Carolina. It is probable that they will … , 14, 1737. RAN away some Time in June last, from William Pierce, of Nansemond County, near Mr. Theophilus Pugh's Merchant … paid a Pistole, beside what the Law allows, paid by William Pierce. NC Civic Education Consortium Visit our Database of K … , who is desired to send for him, and pay charges. WILLIAM SEALY LANE. ____ Ashville Highland Messenger, October 22, 1841 COMMITTED …
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