Carmen Dawson

City: Jacksonville, Florida
University: Florida State University

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World History Chapter 18: French Revolution

What were the 2 main causes of the French Revolution. Economic problems and social inequality How many estates where in France 3 Describe the three estates 1st- clergy 2nd- nobility 3rd- everyone else. Who controlled much of the wealth in France 1st and 2nd estates What was the name of the tax in france taille […]

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Christ the King, Lord of History

The Battle of Marengo Battle fought on July 14, 1800 that gave Napoleon control of Northern Italy. List two concessions the Pope made in the Concordat made with Napoleon. Bishops were nominated by Napoleon and approved by the Pope, and Church property in France was not restored List two concessions Napoleon made in the Concordat […]

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AP World History Ch. 16 and 17 Vocab- Part 2

humanism A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied classical texts and focused on human potential and achievements individualism A belief in the importance of the individual and the virtue of self-reliance and personal independence secularism A general movement away from religiosity and spiritual belief toward a rational, scientific orientation, a trend adopted by industrialized […]

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Government Final

1. How did the political attitudes of young people change following 9/11? Young people’s trust in and support for the government increased. Which of the following is not necessarily a function of government in a democracy? to regulate the economy 3. What type of government is a democracy? a constitutional form of government 4. The […]

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AP Art History Architecture Study Guide

Stepped Pyramid of King Djoser Designed by Imhotep, first recorded artist in history. Build during Old Kingdom of Egypt. A tomb. Protects Djoser’s mummy and symbolizes his power. Interior columns are first columns in history. Tomb of Hatchepsut New Kingdom of Egypt, tomb of Queen Hatchepsut. Mummy believed to be hidden somewhere other than the […]

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chapter 3 the early history of education in america

apprentice someone who learns a skilled trade by watching and helping an expert dame schools schools in the colonies were taught by women in their own homes hornbook flat wooden board with a handle common schools give the same education to people of different societies normal schools all schools would become similar or normal to […]

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US History 1 first test (colonies)

Roanoke a failed colony on roanoke island, mysteriously disappeared Jamestown the first successful English colony in the new world (settled in 1607), the capital of Virginia, at first many die from disease and starvation but then discover tobacco headright system a way to get people to come to Jamestown: started selling people land (before all […]

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PD: Chapter 22: Neurologic System(to slide 26)

Internal environment of the body The autonomic nervous system coordinates which of the following? orchestrate the stress response. The major function of the sympathetic nervous system is to: digestion The parasympathetic nervous system maintains the day-to-day function of: shock absorber. Cerebrospinal fluid serves as a: frontal lobe. The motor cortex of the brain is in […]

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Chapter 24 US History Vocab

Richard Nixon Elected president in 1968. New Federalism To distribute a portion of federal power to state and local governments. Revenue Sharing State and local governments could spend their federal dollars however they saw fit within certain limitations. Family Assistance Plan Every family of four with no outside income would receive a basic federal payment […]

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WORLD HISTORY- Chapter 17 Review

Renaissance rebirth Italy Birthplace of the Renaissance humanism the doctrine emphasizing a person’s capacity for self-realization through reason. Medicis an important family of bankers in Florence, Italy who controlled Florence and used their wealth to support artists and scientists. Secular worldly; not pertaining to church matters or religion; temporal Patrons a person who supports artists, […]

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Reflection Essay on India

British rule – • 1757 – 1947 • The factors of production: land, labor, capital, political stability • What did India offer? Well…only a lot of resources (tea, indigo, coffee, cotton, and opium to bring to China) • But there were 300 million consumers! YAY! • Well…the British have no one to sell their stuff […]

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AP World History: chapters- 4,5,6, &7

Persian empire -in 500bce it was the biggest and most impressive empire -kings were very important and were mourned with scared fire extinguishings after death -king Darius and Cyrus were important rulers -imperial system of government Athenian democracy -radicalized by the winning in the greco-Persian wars -men of the poorer ranks that helped to win […]

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Honors Semester 1 Final Exam-People You Should Know

Abraham Started Judaism+Monotheism Akhenaton Egyptian Pharaoh who tried to change main God from Amon-Re to Aton Alexander the Great Macedonian military genius who lead army east to conquer more land east than anyone before him-started Helenism-mix of cultures Aryans Nomadic people in India who moved into Europe; led by chiefs called rajahs; wrote the Vedas […]

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Cycle 3 – HISTORY

Week 1 History Sentence Tell me about Columbus In 1492, Columbus made the first of four trips to the Caribbean on three Spanish ships named the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria Week 2 History Sentence Tell me about the Pilgrims In 1620, the Pilgrims from Plymouth, England signed the Mayflower Compact before landing […]

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Gov study guide ch 6

Which of the following best characterizes tea party supporters? older, white, lean Republicans Which of the following statements best captures the framers attitude towards public opinion? Public opinion was potentially dangerous, but must not be ignored. Straw polls from the turn of the twentieth century drew their information primarily from? lists of experts, journalists, or […]

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AP World History Period 4 (1450-1750) Terms

Akbar The most famous emperor of the Mughal India. He created tolerance for religion, women, blended elite culture. He made a system & tradition of acceptance. Overall, created unity among the wide variety of people, cultures, & religious traditions. Osman The founder of the Ottoman empire who was the leader of a band of semi-nomadic […]

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African American History Exam

Slave Societies South, entangled with every aspect of society; their economies and societies were totally based on slaves, and without that labor, the whole system would collapse Society with Slaves A society which contains slaves but whose economy is not dependent on them Atlantic Plantation Complex an unprecedented international economic system of labor management, capital, […]

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10th Grade U.S. History final exam

Vasco de Gama A Portugese sailor who was the first European to sail around southern Africa to the Indian Ocean Hernado Cortes Spanish explorer who conquered the Aztecs Vasco de Balboa First European to reach the Pacific Ocean, 1513. Ferdinand Magellan 1st to circumnavigate the globe Amerigo Vespucci A mapmaker and explorer who said that […]

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NCCT Practice Test

What is the purpose of managed care Proper care at the least possible cost Blood from all individuals should be considered Infectious The major artery to the head is called Carotid Inflammation of the gallbladder is called Cholecystitis The smallest of the micro organisms are Viruses The medical specialty that deals because it affects of […]

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AP US History Chapter 5

Jonathon Edwards He was an American theologian and Congregational clergyman, whose sermons stirred the religious revival, called the Great Awakening. He is known for his \” Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God \” sermon. Benjamin Franklin He owned a successful printing and publishing company in Philadelphia. He conducted studies of electricity, invented bifocal […]

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U. S. History Chapter 23 Section 1

The new deal Relief for the needy Economic recovery Financial reform Franklin Delano Roosevelt Democrat. Distant cousin to former president Theodore Roosevelt. Served almost 4 terms as president. Died of polio. The hundred days Congress passed more than 15 major pieces of new deal legislation. Expanded governments role in the economy. Fire side chats Radio […]

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Chapter 13 American History

Great Plains the grassland extending through the west-central portion of the United States Treaty of Fort Laramie agreement in which the Sioux agreed to live on a reservation along with Missouri River Sitting Bull leader of the Hunkpapa Sioux George Custer reported that the Black Hills had gold \”from the grass roots down\” assimilation a […]

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