David Dunn

City: Kahoka, Missouri
University: Aquinas Institute of Theology

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History 1301 Test 2 Review

King Phillip’s War Took place in 1675. king phillip (metacom indian chief) tries to make alliances w/other indians. has the largest % of casualties than any war americans ever involved in. Bacon’s Rebellion Named for Nathaniel Bacon. 1675 Bacon new settler in Virginia. Bacon lives on frontier where he is attacked by indians. Indians used […]

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US History Test Questions Final Exam

Which state granted women the full right to vote in 1890? Wyoming What is another name for the right to vote? Suffrage This law banned the production, sale, and transpiration of alcoholic beverages throughout the US 18th Amendment Theodore Roosevelt’s idea for balancing the interests of consumers, laborers and business people was called? Square Deal […]

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APUSH Chapter 2 Review

Chapter Two The Planting of English America, 1500 to 1733 … What were the characteristics of the government and the economy in the Southern Colonies? Since the area was not colonized by Spain and France, England established colonies along the southern Atlantic coast. The earliest successful English colony in North America was Jamestown, founded in […]

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Step 2CK NBME Review

NBME 4 2mo infant is exclusively breastfed. What nutritional supplement? Oral VitD to prevent rickets What HTN drug causes peripheral edema, flushing, dizziness? CCB eg nifedipine 15yo girl with recurrent candida infections of skin and mucous membranes since childhood. Dx? Chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis (T cell dysfunction) 57yoM with impotence for 1 year rand bronze colored […]

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Nubia AP World History (TB Notes, Jones)

Later on in Meroë, women had a greater role in politics. Earlier, with Egyptian influence, their role was less. (help add info) Know gender roles in each of the classical civilizations— what gender role did women have in the Nubian civilization? Nubia (3100 BCE – 350 CE) a thousand mile stretch of Nile Valley lying […]

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History 101: Western Civilization- Constantine to Hundred Years’ War

Diocletian -Emperor of Rome (reigned for 21 years from 284-305) -Called himself the Sun-God which demonstrated political and religious power -Birthday was December 25 -Known for worst and longest persecution of Christians -Wanted to divide the Church through a) scandal and b) persecution and imprisonment -Issued an edict in 303 that all Christians must be […]

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World History- semester 2 final exam review

Causes of the french revolution •american revolution •enlightment ideas •divisons •economic problems Enlightenment Age of reason Louis XVI He was the king at the start of the French Revolution; he was weak and indecisive Marie antoinette Queen of France wife of Louis XVI she was against reforms Declaration of the rights of man Was modeled […]

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AP World History 7-3 and 7-4

Beginning of Christianity started as faith practiced by small group of Jews in province Judaea- spread throughout Med. -expansion throughout Med. world due to Constantine’s decision to support it in 313 Religion in Rome -state encouraged worship of different Roman gods (that had Greek counterparts) -officials often used tax money to support public cults (sometimes […]

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Biology 1407 Ch 26 Vocab

analogy -think analogous -critical in reconstructing phylogenies -no common ancestry binomial -Linnaeus instituted a two-part format for Latin scientific names -italicized -consists of the genus name and the specific epithet clade -includes an ancestral species and all of its descendants cladistics -approach to systematics -common ancestry is the primary criterion used to classify organisms -place […]

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World History – Patterns of Interaction Chapter 1

Artifact An artifcats are human-made object which was found by Archaeologists, that helps us learn about the past civilization. These objects can vary from tools to jewelry, which were used for survival and decoration. Different artifacts from around the world give us a vision of how culture took place during the beginnings of mankind. Culture […]

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Chapter 31 AP World History Argumentative Essay

Napoleon (1769-1821) Emperor of the French. Responsible for many French Revolution reforms as well as conquering most of Europe. He was defeated at Waterloo, and died several years later on the island of Saint Helena. capitulations Agreements with European powers that gave European bankers and merchants unfair advantages in the Empire Mahmud II Ottoman sultan; […]

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World history Exam questions

what did the artist of the renaissance focus on? humanism in which city did the renaissance begin? Florence italy A patron was a person who? Supported the arts and artist A person who produces work in the vernacular is one who writes in everyday language what does the word renaissance mean? Rebirth who made the […]

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AP World History – Chapter 24 Vocab

Sepoys Indian troops, trained in European style, serving the French and British. Raj The British political establishment in India. Plassey (1757) Battle between the troops of the British East India Company and an Indian army under Siraj-ud-daula, ruler of Bengal; British victory gave them control of Northeast India. Robert Clive Architect of British victory at […]

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Chapter 21 Section 4

Harlem Renaissance a flowering of African American artistic creativity during the 1920’s, centered in the Harlem community of New York city. Zora Neale Hurston loved to read adventurous stories and myths. spent time with a traveling theater company and attended Howard university. ended up in New York where she struggled to the top of African […]

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AP World History Project

iron weapons were used as a trading product for protection. used during the iron revolution. were the strongest and most advanced weapon material of the ancient times, introduced by pastoral people. chariots are two-wheeled carts that are pulled by horses; some are used in battles or in races. military used these chariots as ultimate weapons […]

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AP World History- Unit 3 Byzantine Empire/ Kievan Rus

Byzantium The capital of the eastern half of the Roman Empire; renamed to Constantinople Corpus Iuris Civilis Justinian’s collection of laws; remained a foundation of legal knowledge in Europe until the nineteenth century Heraclius Byzantine emperor who spoke Greek rather than Latin; he also managed to greatly reduce the power and influence of the Sassanids […]

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APUSH Ch. 29 Voc.

Henry Demarest Lloyd In 1881, he published \”Story of a Great Monopoly,\” an exposé of the railroads and Standard Oil, in the pages of the Atlantic Monthly; assailed the Standard Oil Company in 1894 with his book Wealth Against Commonwealth. Thorstein Veblen a late nineteenth-century economist, accused big business and government of corrupting higher education […]

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Prebles’ Artforms (Ch 1-13)

Ch 1 The nature of art Cathedra Barnett Newman, 1951, Oil on canvas art forms An activity or a piece of artistic work that can be regarded as a medium of artistic expression. Music, dance, theater, literature, and the visual arts. visual arts drawing, painting, sculpture, film, architecture and design work of art The visual […]

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AP World History Unit 3: Enlightenment

Absolute Monarchy idea of total control by one ruler who gains his power through religion and strength Socrates Greek philosopher who invented the socratic seminar Plato student of socrates that believed that there should be three social classes (workers, soldiers, and philosophers) Aristotle student of Plato who did not like a democracy, but preferred a […]

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6 Eras of American Business

Colonial Era Pre-Colonial to Civil War Era. Rural and agricultural production. Towns were small and they functioned as marketplaces for farmers. Economic focus centered on rural areas. Families lived and worked together. Industrial Revolution Post Civil War – late 1800’s. Moved business operations from an emphasis on independent skilled workers who specialized on building products […]

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US History Unit 7

Why did African Americans, Mexican immigrants, and Mexican Americans face especially hard times in the 1930s? Lack of jobs, being laid off, discrimination Why did some immigrants return to Mexico during the Great Depression They had lost their jobs in the united states due to the great depression How did the Bonus Army events help […]

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ATI Immune Test

A nurse is planning an education program about testicular cancer for a group of male adolescents. Which of the following information should the nurse include? A. Testicular cancer is more common in men older than 65. B. With early treatment, the survival is 50% C. Examine your testicles immediately after showering. D. Schedule a yearly […]

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