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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 56 pages long!)

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Economic: trade, success = profit, middle class, cities. Political: nation building (links w/ economic change) Indigenous americans -> believed they cr
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TAMUSPMT 217Shane L HudsonFall

SPMT 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: 1896 Summer Olympics, Ancient Olympic Games, Panathenaic Stadium

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19 Nov 2017
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Structures grow in response to broad social changes and/or to address. English aristocracy developed exclusive sport clubs with limited membership. Con
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TAMUSPMT 217Shane L HudsonFall

SPMT 217 Lecture 2: HUDSON - Foundations of Sport Management (PART 2)

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19 Nov 2017
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Provided leadership and stability to new league; became czar of baseball . Believed stability achieved only if teams were run like businesses. Teams sh
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Emancipation Proclamation, Fire People, Reconstruction Acts

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19 Nov 2017
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Sc was first to succeed tx was seventh. Civil war wasn"t fought because of slavery, it was fought to preserve the union. Lincoln -> a leader that recog
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Fugitive Slave Laws, James K. Polk, Missouri Compromise

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19 Nov 2017
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William walker -> nicaragua -> president of nicaragua for about a month but. Created nativism -> only wanted the white americans. Fugitive slave act ->
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture 20: LENIHAN - ESSAY NOTES - (FREDERICK DOUGLASS + COMMON SENSE)

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19 Nov 2017
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What are his feelings once he"s free/feeling in the north. Was it tough for him to leave the others behind. Called constitution a pact with the devil .
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Sullivan Ballou, Charleston, South Carolina, Cornbread

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19 Nov 2017
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Election of 1860 -> abraham becomes 2nd republican president. March 4th abe said he didn"t want war. Soldier motivations -> abe called for 75,000 men p
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Hinton Rowan Helper, Moral Evil

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19 Nov 2017
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Fourteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Fifteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Reconstruction Acts

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19 Nov 2017
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All southern states in the union by 1870. The record of reconstruction- changing interpretations issues: Property and power- from white to black. 15th
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Wilmot Proviso, United States Territorial Acquisitions, Alexis De Tocqueville

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19 Nov 2017
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Difference between u. s. and france with reform: french reform is usually created by the. Tocqueville traveled the u. s. to write about the country wea
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Bleeding Kansas, Fifth Amendment To The United States Constitution

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19 Nov 2017
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Railroad company wants to see the wilderness part built up. Idea? take the part and make it a territory w/ a bill. Solution: get rid of the 36-30 line
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: William Lloyd Garrison, Transcendentalism, Henry David Thoreau

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19 Nov 2017
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Emotional teaching to bring religion back into people"s lives. people began to be. Charles finney -> can take large credit in getting the 2nd great awa
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Cotton Gin, Economic Inequality, Intimate Relationship

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19 Nov 2017
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By the end of the 19th century, u. s. will be leading in manufacturing this begins a. Decently growing population, natural resources (lumber, mining, c
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Xyz Affair, Jay Treaty, Whiskey Rebellion

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19 Nov 2017
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Election of 1796 -> adams (federalist) vs. jefferson (dem. -rep. ) 1795 -> pickey treaty signed with spain -> treaty says u. s. will show jurisdiction
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Jacksonian Democracy, Monroe Doctrine, Hartford Convention

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19 Nov 2017
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President madison (elected 1808) confronts the british: failed embargos. War declared june 1812: a divided congress. An ill-prepared u. s. vs. and emba
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Wilmot Proviso, Ostend Manifesto, Rail Directions

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19 Nov 2017
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Wilmot proviso (1846)- sparks debate over slavery in lands taken from. Stephen douglass proposes a railroad north of 36/30. California has enough peopl
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Wilmot Proviso

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19 Nov 2017
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Polk goes to congress says the us has been invaded. Willing to go and request war even before mexico crossed rio grande. As close to war of aggression
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Great American Desert, James K. Polk, Missouri Compromise

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19 Nov 2017
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Texas was mexico"s property, people began to move out there. Conflicts with mexico over: slavery and taxation. Texas will become independant republic a
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Whiskey Rebellion, Edmond-Charles Genêt, Jay Treaty

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19 Nov 2017
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Fund the national debt and assume state debts. French revolution, france and england at war. Sovereignty rests with the people -> what everyone believe
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TAMUSPMT 217Shane L HudsonFall

SPMT 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Video Lesson

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19 Nov 2017
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Great university requires: all have money in common. You can"t run a car without gasoline . Increased exponentially by switching from big 12 to sec. 12
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TAMUSPMT 217Shane L HudsonFall

SPMT 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Video Lesson

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The only capital you have is your brain. Have to have a focus and passion to succeed. You need to love what you do and make it yours. Predictions for g
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TAMUSPMT 217Shane L HudsonFall

SPMT 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Video Lesson

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19 Nov 2017
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A lot of people have helped and influenced him along the way. Want to look in mirror and know did best. What should every good sports attorney know. Re
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TAMUSPMT 217Shane L HudsonFall

SPMT 217 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Eric Winston, Revenue Sharing, Video Lesson

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19 Nov 2017
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Grew up in midland texas hs football played in miami florida. Make or break = take hold of career & be professional & be ready when # is. Definition of
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Abigail Adams, Northwest Ordinance, Manumission

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3 Nov 2017
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Postwar depression- england dumping exports but restricting american. Gradual limited recovery -> expanded commerce with other countries. Successes ->
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: First Continental Congress, English Army

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3 Nov 2017
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Lexington and concord- april 1775: first outbreak of fighting. Second continental congress- may 1775: basis for ongoing central government. French alli
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Stamp Act Congress, Quebec Act, Quartering Acts

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3 Nov 2017
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French and indian war 1754-1763 -> impact: colonies. Only 5% of laws were denied they wanted the people to be pleased. Made voting requirements not as
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Natural And Legal Rights, George Whitefield

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3 Nov 2017
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Great awakening- revivalist movement throughout the colonies in 1730"s and. Purpose- revitalize religion which had become remote and sterile, especiall
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Whiskey Rebellion, Infant Mortality, Puritans

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3 Nov 2017
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Increased population growth rate- reasons: declining infant mortality and greater. More non-english immigrants thus greater ethnic diversity (though en
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Church Attendance, Anne Hutchinson, Half-Way Covenant

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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Southern Colonies, Mercantilism, Cash Crop

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3 Nov 2017
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Jamestown 1607 and founding of virginia -> first permanent english colony in north america. Headrights: land and labor incentives to attract settlers.
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TAMUHIST 105John LenihanFall

HIST 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: California English, Columbian Exchange, History Of Europe

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3 Nov 2017
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Economic: trade, success = profit, middle class, cities. Political: nation building (links w/ economic change) Indigenous americans -> believed they cr
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TAMUMGMT 105Brandi Lyn PlunkettFall

MGMT 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Classic Book

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2 Nov 2017
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TAMUMGMT 105Brandi Lyn PlunkettFall

MGMT 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Extraversion And Introversion, Marrs

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2 Nov 2017
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Each of us had differences- needs, motivations, expectations, ways of being. Behaviors - the total set of work-related behaviors that the organization.
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TAMUGEOG 202Jonathan SmithFall

GEOG 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Helmand River, Bolan Pass, Tibetan Plateau

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2 Nov 2017
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TAMUGEOG 202Jonathan SmithFall

GEOG 202 Lecture 6: SMITH - RUSSIA

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2 Nov 2017
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Harold williams describes the significance of the great russian plain and the great russian rivers. Explains how russia developed in the domain of cons
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TAMUGEOG 202Jonathan SmithFall

GEOG 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Caspian Sea, Khazars, Pechenegs

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2 Nov 2017
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Roman empire = consisted of lands round the mediterranean, with gaul and. Possession of the mediterranean lands would have been imperfect without the p
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TAMUGEOG 202Jonathan SmithFall

GEOG 202 Lecture 4: SMITH - EUROPE

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2 Nov 2017
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Among the mild environments of the world. Until 1492, england stood isolated far out upon the uttermost western edge of civilization. Given special res
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TAMUGEOG 202Jonathan SmithFall

GEOG 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Teutons, Halford Mackinder, Political Geography

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2 Nov 2017
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TAMUGEOG 202Jonathan SmithFall

GEOG 202 Lecture 2: SMITH - AFRICA PART 2

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2 Nov 2017
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Africa was the last continent to give up its secrets, which is why it was called the. Congo basin was at that time the largest blank spot on the world
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TAMUGEOG 202Jonathan SmithFall

GEOG 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Beeswax, Lake Malawi, Ethiopian Highlands

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2 Nov 2017
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Missionaries preached the gospel which had yet to be preached in the continent. Commercial men were those looking to establish trade. Those who came to
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