Chad Lipe

City: Sewickley, Pennsylvania
University: The Art Institute of Pittsburgh

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AP World History chap 14

Latin West Historian’s name for the territories of Europe that adhered to the Latin rite of Christianity and used the Latin language for intellectual exchange in the period 1200-1500. Western Europeans ordinarily referred to themselves as \”Latins.\”The region was emerging from the economic and cultural shadow of its Islamic neighbors, setting to extend its dominance. […]

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Modern World History Chapter 11 Vocab

Imperialism seizure of a country or territory by a stronger country Racism the belief that one race is superior to another Social Darwinism A social theory of the time: Charles Darwin’s ideas about natural selection and evolution were applied to human society Berlin Conference to prevent conflict 14 European nations met between 1884-85 to lay […]

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Unit 14 Vocab – Cole

question S- an insipid view of history answer jejune question S- the overblown rhetoric of the politician answer turgid question S- entreat the captain on behalf of his son answer supplicate question S- a meandering, complicated plot answer tortuous question S- a didactic way of addressing the group answer sententious question S- too naïve to […]

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History of Rock n Roll WSU Exam 1

question In the late 1400s, Portuguese used Black people as slaves for answer sugar cane in the new world question When was New Orleans founded? answer 1718 question How was Louisiana \”easy\” on slaves? answer In 1817 they started allowing Sunday breaks for them to sing/hang out in a place called Congo Square question Slaves […]

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Glencoe World History Chapter 20 – Section 1 & 2

question Sir Henry Bessemer answer Patented a new process for making high-quality steel efficiently and cheaply known as the Bessemer Process question New Products of Industrial Prosperity answer 1) lighter, stronger steel contributed to new buildings and machines and engines 2) Electricity as a new form of energy – heat, light and motion 3) Telephone […]

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World History Chapter 17 SG

question Who were the first European sea-faring nation desiring to trade with China who arrived in 1514? answer Portuguese question The Portuguese base of operations in China, granted when they arrived in China, was on this territory. answer Macao question Which Chinese dynasty sent a fleet far into the Indian Ocean? answer Ming question The […]

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biology unit 1

question living things are made up of basic units called _________ answer cells question living things are based on a universal genetic _________ answer code question living things grow, develop, and __________ answer reproduce question living things respond to their ______ as they mature answer environment question living things maintain a stable internal _________ answer […]

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U.S. History – in a nutshell

question Development of Virginia (Virginia Company) answer Who/What: Jamestown, VA became the 1st successful English colony. Where: Virginia When: 1607 Why/How: Virginia Company was a joint-stock company (company owned by group of investors). The colonists hoped to get rich & obtain land. John Rolfe helped to save the colony with the production of tobacco. question […]

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World History, Chapter 4 Vocabulary

question Bronze Age answer By 2800 B.C. Time when the Minoan civilization established life on the island of Crete question Minoan answer A civilization that went from 2700 B.C. to 1450 B.C. question Mycanaean answer A civilization that flourished between 1600 B.C. and 1100 B.C. question Acropolis answer A fortified area on top of a […]

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36: Crash course World History Video Notes World War I

question The immediate cause of World War I was the assassination in Sarajevo of the Austrian Archduke______on June 28, 1914, by a Bosnian Serb nationalist named Gavrilo Princip; which led Austria to issue an_________to Serbia, whereupon Serbia accepted some but not all of Austria’s demands, leading Austria to declare war against Serbia. answer Franz Ferninand […]

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World Religions Chapter 9

question The title Christ literally means the answer Anointed one question Who emerged as the leader of the reform movement in the sixteenth century? answer Martin Luther question In Christianity a sacred rite that is thought capable of transmitting the mystery of Christ to worshippers is known as a answer sacrament question What is the […]

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Presidents

question George Washington answer Vice President: John Adams Party: None First President of the United States (1789-1797), the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He presided over the convention that drafted the United States Constitution, which replaced the Articles of Confederation […]

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AP World History chapter 27

question Religion, based on Four Noble Truths, associated with Siddhartha Gautama (563–483 B.C.E.), or the Buddha; its adherents desired to eliminate all distracting passion and reach nirvana. answer Buddhism question Japanese puppet theater. answer Bunraku question Religion emerging from Middle East in the first century C.E. holding Jesus to be the son of God who […]

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America’s History, 8th Edition Chapter 28

question Great Society answer President Lyndon B. Johnson’s domestic program, which included civil rights legislation, antipoverty programs, government subsidy of medical care, federal aid to education, consumer protection, and aid to the arts and humanities question Economy Opportunity Act answer 1964 act which created a series of programs, including Head Start to prepare disadvantaged preschoolers […]

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Prentice hall world history connections to today

question Aryan answer a group of indo-europeans who moved south across the hindu kush mountain range. lived in tribal groups with a strong warrior tradition. question Vedas answer a collection of prayers, hymns, and other religious teachings question Brahmin answer An Aryan social class that consists of priests question Kshatriyas answer An Aryan social class […]

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Chapter 5: The Roman Republic

question By the latter Republic, Roman slaves answer often worked on the Roman latifundia AND always received humane treatment from their owners question For the Romans, Italy’s geography answer made Rome a natural crossroads and an area easy to defend question Which of the following statements about marriage best captures the realities for Roman women […]

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SOL Review Packet United States & Virginia History Tuscarora

question Explain how arrival of colonists impacted the lives of Native Americans. answer Driven off their land and wiped out by disease question How did the Pilgrims form a covenant community? answer Formed Mayflower Compact agreeing to stick together on religious principles question What is the significance of Jamestown? answer First permanent English colony in […]

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U.S. History Content Vocabulary: Imperialism

question Queen Liliuokalani answer the Hawaiian queen who was forced out of power by a revolution started by American business interests question Imperialism answer A policy in which a strong nation seeks to dominate other countries poitically, socially, and economically. question Alfred T. Mahan answer us navy captain who encouraged the us to look outward […]

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US History – Chapter 11 – Vocabulary

question Blockade answer The south had no navy this making them vulnerable to a blockade question Robert E Lee answer Left US Army to become General of Confederate States question Anaconda Plan answer Union would blockade southern parts, starving the South of supplies and income question Border States answer States that allowed slavery but remained […]

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AP World History Chapter 31

question Andrew Jackson answer (1767 – 1845) was the seventh president of the U.S. (1829-1837). He was governor of Florida (1821), and commander of the American forces at the Battle of New Orleans (1815). A polarizing figure who dominated American politics in the 1820s and 1830s, his political ambition combined with widening political participation, shaping […]

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FFA History Timeline Notes

question 1917 answer Smith-Hughes Act passed question 1920’s answer First national FFA convention in Kansas City question 1930 answer Official FFA Creed written by E.M Tiffany question 1936 answer Holdrege FFA chapter created question 1933 answer Blue corduroy jacket adopted as FFA official dress, Dr. Gus Litner adopted it…(Lintner) question 1950 answer Public Law 740 […]

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Chapter 53: Population Ecology

question b answer Chimpanzees have a relatively low birth rate. They care for their young and most chimps live a long life. The chimp survivorship curve would look like: a. a line that slopes gradually upward b. a relatively flat line that drops steeply at the end c. a line the drops steeply at first, […]

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