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The Geography of Halloween (And Review for Exam)
Critical Thinking What kinds of push and pull factors caused the ancient Celts to migrate from central Europe?
Samhain Three day Celtic festival marking end of harvest Ritual offerings, bonfires Slaughter of animals
Celts Christianized by Romans
Critical Thinking What kind of diffusion resulted in the Celts becoming Christians and church dictates that changed Celtic practices?
All Soul’s Day Samhain seen as evil pagan festival Replaced by All Soul’s Day (Nov. 2) A day to honor and commemorate dead
Critical Thinking What happens to the crude death rate in each stage of the demographic transition model?
But pagan traditions endure… Dead are said to rise and seek food/comfort from living Many leave offerings to the dead, especially food Pour milk or honey on graves of departed
Critical Thinking The number of deaths per 1,000 live births is know as the…?
All Soul’s Day Nov. 1 is All Saints Day Also known as “All Hallows Day” Evening before (October 31) is “All Hallows Eve” “Hallow Even” Halloween!
Critical Thinking Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, many Irish worked in England as laborers and farm hands. The money they sent back to families in Ireland is known as …?
Carving Pumpkins Irish and Scottish children would carry “Neepy Candles” These were lanterns carved out of a root vegetable There were no pumpkins in the Old World, so they used…
Neeps What’s a neep? It’s also a swede Or a rutabaga…
Critical Thinking Speaking of root vegetables, what is physiological population density? What was Malthus’ point about food production?
Jack O’Lantern Irish fable Stingy Jack and the Devil Reinforces idea of dead between heaven and hell
Critical Thinking If Stingy Jack were around today and forced to wander without a place to call home, what category of refugee would he be?
Critical Thinking Thinking of root vegetables again, what was a major push factor for Irish emigration in the 1840s? What do you think happened to Ireland’s population pyramid as a result of this?
Halloween in the USA Irish and Scottish immigrants keep some traditions Not commercially celebrated until 1930s 6th most profitable American holiday for US corporations
Trick-or-Treating In Scotland known as “guising” Children dress as ghosts and witches Receive candy for good deeds No Tricks! That’s an American thing
Critical Thinking Trick-or-treating is considered what type of population movement? What is the space called that a person forms through cyclical movement?
Day of the Dead Celebration of lives of departed People dress as skeletons Combines European and Native customs
Critical Thinking Compare and contrast the leading causes of death in Sub-Saharan Africa and Western Europe?
HALLOWEEN. CONTENTS History of Halloween Where does the name Halloween come from Traditions connected with Halloween Did you know...? MAIN MENU.
Its Halloween and the “spirits” are high Introduction A very spooky history Tradition says…. Pumpkin-Smumpkin Myths and Legends Trick or.
The origins of halloween Halloween was born in a celtic ritual they thought that the souls come to alive. By the eighth century, the Christian Church.
Each year 2 billion dollars is spent on Halloween candy. Now that's a lot of candy -- and cavities! What's the most popular Halloween candy? Snickers tops.
Facts of. Halloween Halloween actually has its origins in the Catholic Church. It comes from a contracted corruption of All Hallows Eve. November 1 st,
Samhain, Pre-Christian Halloween Pre-Christianity Celts used to mark their year as six months of light and six months of dark. Beltane on May 1 st marked.
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Chapter 5 Section 1 World Geography Population Geography Pg. 87.
Halloween Halloween Día de los Santos Día de los Santos Día de los Muertos Día de los Muertos.
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We live,we work, we have fun. OUTLINE 1- The population and how it changes -Population -The population changes 2- Holidays and traditions -Customs and.
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Death and the Afterlife ~ What Christians believe about the SOUL and life after death ~ What Christians understand about HEAVEN, HELL and PURGATORY ~
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water So there you are. Who will make it? You and I A long time What will they do?
On November 1 st we celebrate All Saints' Day. It is also known as All Hallows' Day and occurs the day after All Hallows’ Eve (Hallowe'en). It is a.
Polish Christmas Traditions. Polish customs, especially at Christmas time, are both beautiful and meaningful. The preparations for Christmas begin many.
????? What is it? –El Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, is a traditional Mexicican holiday honoring the dead. El Dia de los Muertos is not a sad.
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The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
Bell Ringer #2: Thurs. 3/17/11 Why do we celebrate St. Patricks Day? What do you think of when you think of St. Patricks Day?
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Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
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Transitions and Problems in Family Life Ann Landers (a well known observer of the US scene once) said marriages…. 1 in 20 are wonderful 5 in 20 are.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
Science 20 Unit D – Living Systems Populations. Populations can grow so fast that they exhaust their resources. Examples? Why is this a problem? Where.
Sight Word Phrases Group 1. the little boy a good boy.
Lets build fluency! The people By the water You and I.
HOW TO KILL A BOAT SALE Or It Is A Waste Of Money Trying To Train Some People.
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