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NYUHIST-UA 105ertmanSpring

mill on liberty paper.docx

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9 May 2014
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NYUHIST-UA 101HistoryWinter

HIST-UA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Twelve Tables, Roman Senate, Palatine Hill

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7 Sep 2016
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Republic a republic is a political unit that is not ruled by a monarch and in which citizens with the right to vote choose their leaders. Rome became a
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NYUHIST-UA 101HistoryWinter

HIST-UA 101 Lecture 7: Carthage

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7 Sep 2016
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Carthage carthage was a city near the midpoint of the mediterranean coast which obtained all its wealth through trade. In 264 b. c. e. , carthage and r
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NYUHIST-UA 651American HistoryFall

HIST-UA 651 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Strict Constructionism, Xyz Affair, French Revolution

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23 Aug 2016
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NYUHIST-UA 651American HistoryFall

HIST-UA 651 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Emergency Quota Act, War Industries Board, Immigration Act Of 1924

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23 Aug 2016
2
Sacco and vanzetti they were arrested for killing a guard. Witnesses said that the killers looked italian they were anarchists and agnostics court neve
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NYUHIST-UA 651American HistoryFall

HIST-UA 651 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anne Hutchinson, Puritans, Theocracy

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23 Aug 2016
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Pilgrims and puritans and how they were both similar and different. Bay colony to serve as example to entire world: city upon a hill : everyones eyes w
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NYUHIST-UA 651American HistoryFall

HIST-UA 651 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Missouri Compromise, Monroe Doctrine, Corrupt Bargain

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23 Aug 2016
3
A program designed benefit the united states through: Developing of a national transportation system to help trade and defense. Making a strong protect
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NYUHIST-UA 651American HistoryFall

HIST-UA 651 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Atlanta Exposition Speech, Upton Sinclair, Federal Meat Inspection Act

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23 Aug 2016
2
A set of demands formed by the farmer alliances. Booker t. washington born into slavery but freed due to the civil war. W. e. b dubois very well educat
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NYUHIST-UA 651American HistoryFall

HIST-UA 651 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: John Cabot, Canary Islands, New Netherland

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23 Aug 2016
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European trade with the east before the age of exploration. Most trade with the east was done by land. Land routes were expensive: moved from caravan t
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NYUHIST-UA 651American HistoryFall

HIST-UA 651 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Stamp Act Congress, Quartering Acts, Boston Port Act

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23 Aug 2016
3
Quartering act (1765) troops were kept in the colonies to protect against threats posed by remaining french people and indians. 1765- colonies had to p
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NYUHIST-UA 651American HistoryFall

HIST-UA 651 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Olive Branch Petition, Connecticut Compromise, Bicameralism

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23 Aug 2016
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On june 16, 1775, having learned that the british were planning to send troops from. Boston to occupy the hills surrounding the city, some 1,000 coloni
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NYUHIST-UA 1HistoryFall

HIST-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Genetic Engineering, Paleolithic Lifestyle, Stone Age

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19 Aug 2016
3
Anthropologists: people who study the origins and development of people. Archeologists: those who study the material remains of people to understand cu
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