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History: Past, Present, and Future
Declaration of Independence
Branches of Government
George Washington peoplequiz.com
John Adams blog.theplanet.com
Thomas Jefferson photolibrary/ SIA2786.html
James Madison nepab.com
John Quincy Adams renderplus.com
Andrew Jackson coweta.k12.ga.us
Martin Van Buren internetstones.com
William Harrison americanpresidentpictures.com
John Tyler haysvillelibrary.wordpress.com
James K Polk the-mint-...-out.html
Zachary Taylor politician-pictures.com
Millard Fillmore feedtim.wordpress.com
Franklin Pierce speculativebubble.com
James Buchanan bulletproofglace.wordpress.com
Abraham Lincoln coincollector.org
Nelson Dewey The first governor of Wisconsin potosisd.k12.wi.us
Taken by Tyler Koehler In the Municipal building a picture of Brent McDonald and Marlene Esser Municipal Building.
Taken By Tyler Koehler Picture of the Municipal building sign
Taken By Tyler Koehler Picture of the Veterans of World War II these are the names of the WWII Veterans.
Taken by Tyler Koehler Picture of the Veterans Memorial
Taken by Tyler Koehler Cassville Police Department and the police that work here to protect us.
Taken by Tyler Koehler The sign says Re-Elect Sheriff Govier
Taken by Tyler Koehler Sign says Elect Breuer for Grant County Sheriff
Taken by Tyler Koehler Picture of the main Stonefield building
Taken by Tyler Koehler Picture of the Stonefield Visitor Center & Museum Store
Taken by Tyler Koehler Alliant Energy Nelson Dewey Generating Station
Jake Klein What do you think government will be like in the future?
Jake Klein What’s wrong with our government now?
Barb Esser What’s wrong with our government now?
Thank you for watching our presentation on government.
1 st 10 Presidents of the United States of America.
Martin Van Buren 8 Th President of the United States One Term Democrat New York He was against it.
Hail to the Presidents Music K-8 Vol. 24 #3 Hail to the presidents. Hail to the chiefs. 1. George Washington 2. John Adams 3. Thomas Jefferson 4. James.
Presidents of United States of America. George Washington
President’s Park Williamsburg, VA. 1. George Washington.
Presidents of the United States. Essential Questions What date was president elected? What years did he serve? To which party did he belong? Major names.
East Franklin School’s First Graders Celebrate President’s Day 2003 Click Next.
8. Martin Van Buren 9. William Henry Harrison 10. John Tyler 11. James Polk 12. Zachary Taylor 13. Millard Fillmore 14. Franklin Pierce 15. James Buchanan.
Beginning of Year Handouts Moore/Matheny.
Presidential Parties Test Prep. Remember… Look for patterns in political parties Know which parties belong in which time periods (hint, they are organized.
Presidents of the USA. Main information The President of the United States is the head of state and the head of government The president is also the commander-in-chief.
Presidents George Washington George Washington Set many precedents (traditions) as the first president of the United States. Warned to avoid.
The United States’ Presidents Hayden Cowie. George Washington 1 st president Political party: no official Vice president John Adams term of office 4/30/17/89-3/3/97.
Presidents of the United States. Presidents of the United States Test Friday, February 6 1. George Washington ( ) 2. John Adams ( ) 3.
By CRR Home To the President of The United states of America.
By: Jason Post. George Washington #1 Father of our country Did not live in white house Good dancer Lead our country to victory in Revolutionary.
The United States’ Presidents By Susie Johnson. George Washington 1 st President Political party:no official Vice president:John Adams Term of office:4\30\1789-
Executive Branch What is the purpose of the Executive Branch? To carry-out the Laws. John Adams.
These are the presidents Mighty, mighty presidents. Uh-huh… Uh-huh…
Holly Roberto. Terms President; limited to be elected to a total of two 4-year terms Vice president; unlimited 4- year terms House of Representatives;
Martin Van Buren 8 th president March 4, March 4, 1841 Number of terms- 1 Democratic Kinderhook, New York He supported slavery.
The Presidency and Executive Branch. Name the 44 Presidents 1. George Washington 2. John Adams 3. Thomas Jefferson 4. James Madison 5. James Monroe 6.
Kit W. December 2007 BILL CLINTON WEBSITE BOOK Joseph, Paul Bill Clinton. Edina: ABDO, 2001 PODCAST.
American Presidents’ Elections and/or Biographies Your assignment must have: powerpoint pres (6 slides) and/or bristol board presentation essay/ biography.
Question 1 Which famous D.C. landmark is pictures here? Supreme Court Building White House Capital.
The 13 original colonies Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Massachusetts,
StudentPresident Efrain Maria Monica George Washington / James Madison John Adams / James Moore Thomas Jefferson / John Quincy Adams Andrea P Daniel Kiana.
The. In this game you choose the years that each president served as leader of our country. If you answer correctly, you will be given some useful knowledge.
Information Processing: Encoding Serial Position Effect in Recalling.
George Washington was born on February 22, 1732.
UNIT 1 NOTES Chapter 13 – Expansion of American Industry Chapter 15 –Politics, Immigration, & Urban Life.
Important Facts and Trivia Challenge Created by: Ms. Latoza’s Class 4F November 2008 UNITED STATES PRESIDENTS.
History of the USA. Why do we need to know American history? To understand American politics, you must understand the history, out of which, its system.
John Adams 2 nd US President from March 4, March 4, 1801 George Washington 1 st US President from April 30, March 4, 1797 Famous for being.
How to learn Inside and outside the classroom (Slides courtesy of Prof. Grant Goodall)
PS9-Slides Comparison of Searching Methods Unsorted Sorted Hashed
Take a closer look. Our city has just received $10,000 to build a monument in town square. The City Council members met last night to do some initial.
By: Eric Flanagan Weird Presidential Facts Number of Presidents Barack Obama is the 44 th President of the United States of America. He is only the 43.
UNIT 3 Chapter 17 – Becoming a World Power. Section 1: The Pressure to Expand Section 2: The Spanish-American War Section 3: A New Foreign Policy Section.
George WashingtonJohn AdamsThomas Jefferson James Madison James Monroe John Quincy Adams Andrew Jackson.
Stephen Collins Foster Born: July 4, 1826 Lawrenceville, Pennsylavania.
Chapter 13 The Expansion of American Industry (1850–1900)
America: Pathways to the Present Section 1: The Origins of Progressivism Section 2: Progressive Legislation Section 3: Progressivism Under Taft and Wilson.
President’s Day By: Cara Edenfield. George Washington Washington D.C. is named after him. He is a President.
DIVIDED BY WAR George Washington - Term of Office ( ) 2. John Adams ( ) 3. Thomas Jefferson ( ) 4. James Madison.
Chapter 26 – The Cold War Chapter 29 – The Kennedy & Johnson Years.
Aim: How powerful is the President?. I. Terms A. The president is elected to a four year term 1. He or she may run for reelection B. The president is.
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