Josephine Mack

City: Los Banos, California
University: Los Angeles Vocational Institute

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US History CP Unit 2

fort necessity in pennsylvania, french attacked colonists July 3, colonist surrendered next day, George Washingtons only surrender of his whole career fort duquesne french made it, at convergence of allegheny, monongahela, and pittsburgh rivers albany congress 1754, albany, new york, attended by new york, maryland, and pennsylvania albany plan of union proposed by Ben Franklin, […]

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AP Art History Content Area 10: Global Contemporary

Christo and Jeanne-Claude; The gates; NYC; 1979-2005; mixed-media installation Maya Lin; Vietnam Veterans Memorial; Washington, DC; 1982; granite Jean-Michel Basquiat; Horn Players; 1983; acrylic and oil paintstick on three canvas panels Song Su-nam; Summer Trees; 1983; ink on paper Magdalena Abakanowicz; Androgyne III; burlap, resin, wood, nails, and string Xu Bing; A book from the […]

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Test 1-history 202

Whig Platform – Up until the civil war -Public spending and federal control of the economy -president lincoln and the republicans in congress -Legislation that was put into place during the civil war -One thing that was put into place was the National Bank which managed federal debt and set interest rates -worked against farmers […]

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Part 1 US HISTORY Crossword Puzzle

Columbium Exchange Exchange of goods between Europe and the Americas Explode The job that Lewis and Clark had in the newly acquired territories Monroe Doctrine Warned Europeans powers not interfere with problems in the Western Hemisphere Boston Tea Party Colonists disguised as \”Indians\” dumped tea in Boston Harbor Abolition Believed in ending slavery Business Partners […]

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World History Chapter 22 Test:Enlightenment

What was the Geocentric Theory? Aristotle’s and Ptolemy’s belief that the Earth was an immovable object located at the center of the universe What did Christianity teach about the universe? God placed the Earth at the center of the universe so life could occur What was the Scientific Revolution? new way of thinking about the […]

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American Media History Ch 1-3

Johannes Gutenburg movable printing press. Printing Press allowed production of cheap literature- print could now reach the masses. Knowledge was no longer just for the privileged. Type preserved info & enabled it to be shared. John Milton argued that whenever truth and falsehood compete \”in the marketplace of ideas truth always wins…. became known as […]

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Informative Essay on Exam One

jazz The most democratic music ever to evolve, and one which is indigenous to the United States is true In present-day America, we are conditioned to hearing music as an accompaniment to daily life. true Most jazz musicians agree that writing down an exact jazz interpretation is next to impossible. false The jazz musician, like […]

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World History Chapter 11 Quiz and Test

The House of Wisdom In the early AD 800s a combination research library and school called _____ opened in Baghdad Beoduins In ancient times people who lived on the Arabian peninsular were ____, nomade who hered sheed, camels, and goats the Madinah Compact In AD 624 Muhammad drafted a politcial agreement know as ___ _____ […]

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Antigone Quizlet

1. A major conflict between _____ and _____ as well as between _____ and _____ is revealed in the Prologue. Creon and Antigone, Ismene and Antigone In the short paragraph that describes the setting of the play, the reader learns of the events that led to the recent deaths of Eteocles and Polynices. Why did […]

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US History–Chapter 17

George Marshall United States general and statesman who as Secretary of State organized the European Recovery Program Women’s Auxiliary Army Corps women volunteers who seved in non-combat positions (nurses, etc) A. Philip Randolph Black leader, who threatens a march to end discrimination in the work place; Roosevelt gives in with companies that get federal grants […]

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AP World History 1750-1900 Nationalism

Simon Bolivar Venezuelan statesman who led the revolt of South American colonies against Spanish rule; founded Bolivia in 1825. Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla A Mexican priest and a leader of the Mexican War of Independence. Jose Maria Morelos A Mexican Roman Catholic priest and revolutionary rebel leader who led the Mexico War of Independence movement, […]

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America a narrative history

Merchantile System – p.159 An economic system (Europe in 18th century) to increase a nation’s wealth by government regulation of all of the nation’s commercial interests Navigation Acts – p. 160 One of several acts of Parliament between 1651 and 1847 designed primarily to expand British trade and limit trade by British colonies with countries […]

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Chapter 1: America Begins

The first inhabitants of the Americas reached the New World by migrating from Asia across the then existing Alaska-Siberia land bridge. The densest Indian populations in what would later be the United States were found in California and the Pacific Northwest. Which of these Indian cultures is not correctly matched to the geographical area in […]

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AP World History Vocab. Chapters 4-6

Baghdad Capital of Abbasid dynasty located in Iraq near ancient Persian capital of Ctesiphon wazir Chief administrative official under the Abbasid caliphate; initially recruited from Persian provinces of empire dhows Arab sailing vessels with triangular or lateen sails; strongly influenced European ship design ayan The wealthy landed elite that emerged in the early decades of […]

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US History Chapter 24 vocab

Nixon elected president of the United States. chose Henry Kissinger to be his special adviser on foreign affairs. struggled to achieve an acceptable peace in Vietnam. Involved in the watergate scandal new federalism President Richard Nixon’s program to turn over part of the federal government’s power to state and local governments. revenue sharing the distribution […]

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pacific ap art history (khan academy)

Easter Island Moai (ahu) Rapa Nui (easter island) 1100-1600 C.E Form: Volcanic tuff on basalt base Function: representation of spirit of ancestral chiefs Content: , facing inward on outside of island,(long sloping noses, strong brow bone, inset eyes, strong jaw line) carvings on backs represent different chiefs Context: the ancestors benefit humanity by representing the […]

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Biology Final-Unit 2

What is the ultimate source of genetic variation? mutations What is a mutation? any change in the nucleotide sequence of DNA Why are mutations important? 1. basic requirement for evolution-source of new ales 2. drug/antibiotic/pesticide resistance 3. involvement in cancer, aging, etc Mutations can change what in a protein? amino acids What are the types […]

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US History Test 2 Critical Analysis

George Washington Saved his army from destruction, President of the Constitutional Convention, President of the US Patrick Henry \”Give me liberty of give me death!\” Anti-Federalist James Madison \”Father of the Constitution\” Writes the VA Plan, Bill of Rights, most of the Constitution, takes a lot of notes at the Constitutional Convention Thomas Jefferson Declaration […]

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AP World History HHS Unit 2: The Classical Period

Minoans People who lived in the Minoan civilization on the island of Crete, ~1600 BCE Mycenaeans Replaced the Minoans, part of great trade network of the late Bronze Age Phoenicians A sea-faring group from the eastern Mediterranean Sea; visited the Aegean Sea; re-established contact between the Middle East and Greece Polis The Greek name for […]

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AP World History Unit 2 Vocabulary

Byzantine Empire Historians’ name for the eastern portion of the Roman Empire from the fourth century onward, taken from ‘Byzantion,’ an early name for Constantinople, the Byzantine capital city. The empire fell to the Ottomans in 1453 Caesaropapism Where the emperor not only ruled as a secular lord but also was the head of the […]

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AP World History Unit Three Vocab

Silk Roads A system of ancient caravan routes across Central Asia, along which traders carried silk and other trade goods. Black Death 14th century bubonic plague epidemic; decimated populations in Asia and Europe. Indian Ocean trading network The world’s largest sea-based system of communication and exchange before 1500 C.E., Indian Ocean commerce stretched from southern […]

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Chapter 17: Organizing Life’s Diversity

What is the grouping of objects or organisms based on a set of criteria? Classification Who developed the first widely accepted system of biological classification? Aristotle How did Aristotle classify organisms? By either animals or plants How were animals classified? By the presence of red blood. Then animals were further grouped according to habitat and […]

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