Steven Colyer

City: Glasgow, Montana
University: The University of Montana-Western

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Contemporary American History Final Exam

Lend Lease Act An arrangement for the transfer of war supplies, including food, machinery, and services to nations whose defense was considered vital to the defense of the United States in World War II Holocaust Hitler wanted to \”cleanse\” Europe by eliminating all the people he found undesireable starting with Nazi Germany Winston Churchill Prime […]

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AP Art History Chapter 23

*Isenheim Altarpiece (closed)* *Matthias Grunewald* Isenheim, Germany 1510-1515 Oil on panel 16th Century Northern European Suffering Christ. St. Sebastian on left pierced by arrows. Lamb holding cross bleeding into a cup. Predella with lamentation. When slid open, it looks like Christ was amputated because of gangrene. Images of healing and suffering. *Isenheim Altarpiece (open)* *Matthias […]

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AP World History Unit 2 Chapter 5 Vocab

Kush independent kingdom that was along the upper nile. It mastered the use of iron, had form of Egyptian hieroglyphic writing, but was later defeated by rival kingdom Axum Axum Kingdom that defeated Kush, but was defeated by Ethiopia Ethiopia Another regional kingdom near Axum. Had oldest monarchy. Had Jewish people. Shintoism Japans religion. They […]

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Bio Final 12, 14, 15

Which of the following characteristics do most plants share with land animals? An embryo that develops within a protected environment Which of the following is characteristic of gymnosperms? They are wind-pollinated. Why do insectivorous plants trap insects? They use the raw material for biosynthesis Branches are to a tree as __________ are to a __________. […]

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King Menkaura and Queen

Identification Info King Menkaura and queen. old kingdom 4th dynasty 2490-2472 greywacke Context statues were produced in great number, mostly stone but some wood, clay and other material have been found Form durable stone with high relief by the subtraction method in which pieces of stone are removed from a single block and the grid […]

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World History 1 SOL Review, Part 1

Cultural Diffusion The spread of ideas, customs, and technologies from one people to another Homo Sapiens Modern Humans Africa Continent where Homo Sapiens emerged South America Continent where Homo Sapiens migrated LAST Adaptations to environment Igloos Caves Mud Huts Grass Huts Paleolithic Age Old Stone Age Neolithic Age New Stone Age Stonehenge Prehistoric monument in […]

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AP World History 1870-1914

Great Trek Afrikaners left thier farms in Cape Colony and gradually migrated to the East. Boer War South African war. Afrikaners The Dutch word for Africans. Boers The Dutch word for farmers. Concessionary Companies European governments grant private companies large concessions of territory and empowered them to undertake economic activities. Weapons Technology Machine guns, cannons, […]

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African Art AP Art History

Name: Conical Tower and Circular Wall of Great Zimbabwe Date: 1000 CE Medium: Coursed granite blocks Location: Southeastern Zimbabwe Artist: Shona Peoples Form: Great enclosure with multiple areas, brick huts, smooth walls – no mortar was used, Function: Religious center, wall to keep in cattle, palatial complex Content: Great wall and large tower (tower is […]

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AP World History Flashcards(7-12)(Chapter 2)

Assyrians(Ch.2) Definition- name of large upright slabs of stone or pillars, which bear an inscription, or design on them that serve as a monument, commonly found in the Mesopotamian era. Significance: There were a number of steles created during the time of Hammurabi, though only one has been found, which have the original engravings of […]

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Ap World History ~ Chapter 17 vocab.

Charles Darwin (1809-1882) British scientist who signed for a four-year voyage on a surveying vessel bound for Latin America and the South seas where he became convinced that the species of organic life had evolved under the uniform pressure of natural laws imperialism acquisition of new territories by a state and the incorporation of these […]

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AP Art History Baroque Era

Date for Baroque Era 1600-1750 1600- a year of the first opera production Main Question 1- Who was the main patron for Italian Baroque art? The Churches Main Question 2- What was the function of most Italian Baroque art? To encourage the faithful to return to the Catholic Church (mostly as response to Counter-Reformation) Main […]

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Media 1 – Chapter 8 (3)

Which of the following eras of journalism best represents the historical arrival of newspapers as a mass medium? A. Penny press B. Partisan press C. Literary journalism D. Interpretive reporting Penny Press Yellow journalism is ______. -a journalism term from the 1950s for small-town papers and reporting styles -a journalism term for federally funded newspaper […]

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AP World History – Period 3: Regional and Trans

Black Death one of the most devastating pandemics in human history; death toll estimated from 75 to 200 million people; peaked in Europe in from 1348 to 1350 CE; originated in central Asia, where it then travelled along the Silk Road, then carried by rat fleas living on black rats which were spread by merchant […]

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SOC 204 Exam 3 Questions Critical Analysis

Who are most likely to work a full day outside the home for pay and perform a second shift of unpaid labor at home? women In 2006, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that less than half of American households contained a married couple. (True or False) True What cartoon caption best characterizes the early Internet? […]

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World History Chapter 18

ancien regime The old order before the Revolution in France. estates the three social classes in France First Estate nuns, monks, priests, bishops, abbots, and other high church leaders Second Estate the nobility of French society Thrid Estate most diverse of class, \”everybody else\” bourgeoisie middle class; bankers, lawyers, doctors, merchants, journalists deflict spending when […]

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AP World History Ch.9-11

Hernan Cortes Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Aztec Mexico in 1519-1521 for Spain. With the help of the Indian allies, he and his followers won. Although the Aztec confederacy put up a stiff resistance, disease, starvation, and battle brought the Tenochtitlan. down in 1521 Tenochtitlan Capital of the Aztec Empire, located […]

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American History Chapter 19 Section 1 Assesment

What is militarism? glorification of the military Who was Francis Ferdinand? heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary Who was William II? the emperor of Germany What is casualty? soldiers killed, wounded, or missing What is a U-boat? a german submarine What was the Lusitania? British passenger liner sunk by a German U-boat during World War […]

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US History chapter 11 civil war vocab

Fort Sumter 1st battle of civil war where no blood is shed Anaconda Plan a three part strategy by which the Union proposed to defeat the Confederacy in the civil war Bull Run 25 miles from union capital. 1st blood battle Stonewall Jackson Confederate General. got nick name stonewall because he \”stood like a stonewall\” […]

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Music-Ch.38

One of Ive’s best-known works for piano is: Concord Sonata Adolphe Sax was a famous musical instrument inventor who revolutionized the mechanisms on brass instruments true America’s most famous bandmaster was John Phillip Sousa true Ive’s music was not fully recognized in his own lifetime true Charles Ives was largely a patriotic composer true Ives […]

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Exam: 04.01 Cardiovascular System

A drug that constricts blood vessels would have which of the following effects? Increase blood pressure Keisha has a family history of atherosclerosis. How can Keisha’s family history impact her health? Keisha may develop high blood pressure, even with a healthful diet. A patient who has a high-fat diet has just suffered a stroke. How […]

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UGA History Exemption Test

Yazoo Lands The sparsely-populated central and western areas of the US state of GA, when its western border stretched to the Mississippi River. James Jackson October 18, 1819 – January 13, 1887. It was a US representative from GA, a judge advocate American Civil War, and a chief justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia. […]

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western civilization chapter 7

Three heirs to Rome Byzantine empire,Northweastern Europe,and Islam On Christmas Day 800, Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne as the new: .Roman emperor. The Quraish tribe, to which Muhammad belonged: controlled the economic and political life of Mecca. King Alfred the Great of England and his heirs: founded new towns and codified English laws. Maintaining an […]

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