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What kind of community is Pocantico Hills, NY? Suburban.
What did Henry Hudson find? The Hudson River.
What are the 2 parts of the legislative branch? House of Representatives and the Senate.
What moved people and goods rapidly on the Erie Canal? Steamboats.
What type of community is farm land? Rural
What did Jacques Cartier explore? St. Lawrence Seaway.
What are the first 10 Amendments called? Bill of Rights.
What linked the northeastern and southeastern cities? Railroads.
What are the three types of communities? Suburban, Rural, Urban.
What did Samuel de Champlain discover? Lake Champlain.
Why does the government make us pay taxes? For schools, police and fire protection.
In what order, from earliest to latest, did transportation in New York State develop? Steamboat, train, automobile.
Name an example of an urban community? New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles
Who did Christopher Columbus sail for? Spain.
What bill did Abe Lincoln sign? The Emancipation Proclamation.
What made pulling seeds from cotton faster? The cotton gin.
How many boroughs are in New York City and what are their names? There are 5 and their names are Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island.
What did Giovanni da Verrazzano explore? The east coast of America.
What is the symbol of the Republican party? An elephant.
What was the machine made and used during the industrial revolution? Power looms.
I explored and mapped areas in what are now southeastern Canada and northern New York. A huge lake in New York was named after me. I also named a trading.
Explorers Who’s Who. Explorer #1 Explorer #7 Explorer #6 Explorer #5 Explorer #4 Explorer #2 Explorer #3 Finished? Click Here.
New York Explorers. Giovanni Da Verrazzano An Italian navigator who, in 1524, explored the northeast coast of North America from Cape Fear, North Carolina.
First Port of Call Christopher Columbus plorers/page/c/columbus.shtml Christopher Columbus Video (Time 2:50)
Chapter 3 Lesson 4. A waterway in North America thought to connect the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. 1.Mississippi River 2.Northwest Passage 3.Hudson Bay.
Social Studies Chapter 7 Test Review VocabPlacesPeoplePeople (2)
Industrial Revolution of Early 1800’s. Major changes in communication, transportation and manufacturing, encouraging economic growth.
A Northwest Passage Chapter 4 Lesson 1. Vocabulary Something declared to belong to someone, especially land Something declared to belong to someone, especially.
The Industrial North The industrial revolution – 1750’s – 1800’s. Farming goods and hand made goods transition to manufactured goods. Many mills would.
Explores. Portugal: ??? sailed around tip of africa Spain: Christopher Colombus, Hernando de Soto, Juan Ponce de Leon France: Samuel de Champlain, Jacques.
Explorers Review. I believed I could find Asia by sailing west from Europe. I landed in the Bahamas and called the people “Indians.” Who am I? Answer:
Other Nations Explore Chapter 3, Lesson 4. Chapter 3, Lesson 4 Lesson Objectives Describe the aims, obstacles, and accomplishments of European explorers.
EQ: What marks the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in the United States? PT: How might a new kind of technology change a person’s life?
The Industrial Revolution Pages The Industrial Revolution How did the completion of the Erie Canal impact the expanding United States and New.
Did Industrialization benefit the people of the United States? Do Now: What are some technologies you use today?
Chapter 4, Lesson 1 ACOS #4a: Identify significant early European settlements. ACOS #5: Describe the early colonization of North America and reasons for.
Six Explorers SS4H2 Describe European exploration in North America. a. Describe the reasons for, obstacles to, and accomplishments of the Spanish, French,
SPANISH EXPLORATION. Spanish Colonization: Christopher Columbus Italian Sea Captain and map maker Wanted to sail west across the Atlantic to reach.
Antebellum America: North vs. South. The North: Farming Mostly small farms Labor provided by family members Subsistence agriculture: food crops and livestock.
1 U.S. Map 2 U.S. Map Labelled 3Western Hemisphere4 Eastern Hemisphere 5Comparing Early Civilizations6 Journal Entry 1 7Cultures of North America8 Journal.
In the early Antebellum era ( ), the U.S. economy grew rapidly The South, North, and West each developed specialized regional economies that became.
Spain vs. England How Competition Over North American Land Claims Lead To War At Sea.
Objective: To examine the causes and effects of the search for the Northwest Passage.
Chapter 2/Section 2 European Competition in North America Pages
Jeopardy PortugalSpainFrance England and Others Maps Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Essential Question What factors led Europeans to explore North America?
Communities and Their Histories Chapter 7. Vocabulary Explorer: A person who travels looking for new lands Fleet: A large group of ships Fortification:
Growth of Transportation Henry Clay and the “American System”
Review European Explorers Vocabulary Mrs. Martin Grade 4.
■ Essential Question: – How did the development of regional economies & Clay’s American System led to a national market economy? ■ CPUSH Agenda for Unit.
Jeopardy A?B?C?D?E? $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 ANSWER Columbus’ intended destination when he landed in the Bahama Islands. (Where was he really trying.
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Chapter 11 Lesson 1 Industrial Revolution. In the 1700’s most people were farmers. Cloth, tools, and furniture were made by hand or in small shops.
English Explorers French Explorers The 1 st Colonies Exploration Potluck Settle This 100 pts 200 pts 400 pts 200 pts 300 pts 400 pts 500 pts 300 pts.
The Five Boroughs of New York City. Made by Natasha Burmistrova Teacher:T.Makarova.
The Search for the Northwest Passage England, France and the Netherlands.
Chapter 11, Lesson 1 ACOS #10 : Describe political, social, and economic events between 1803 and 1860 that led to the expansion of the territory of the.
The Northeastern United States chapter #8. Regions of the Northeast ► New England: ME, NH, VT, MA, CT, RI ► Mid Atlantic States NY, NJ, PA, DE, MD,
European Nations Settle North America Chapter 4 Section 2.
The Transportation Revolution Steam Power: 1807: Robert Fulton invents the steamship Impact: Water travel and shipping becomes easier, faster.
2016. Legislative Branch – Makes laws Judicial Branch – interprets the laws Checks and balances – limit the power of each branch Anti-federalists.
Chapter 2 Section 2 European Competition in North America.
A Northwest Passage Chapter 4: Lesson 1. Vocabulary claim claim armada armada invasion invasion charter charter tolerance tolerance Turn to page 120 in.
Cotton Kingdom Northern Economy Getting Around GeographyGovernment in the Economy Key Concepts
a. Describe the reasons for, obstacles to, and accomplishments of the Spanish, French, and English explorations of John Cabot,Vasco Nunez de Balboa, Juan.
Unit 2: The Age of Exploration and the Atlantic World (1400 – 1800) European Nations Settle North America.
Chapter 15, Section The Search for Spices Why did Europeans cross the seas? How did Portugal’s eastward explorations lead to the development of a trading.
European Competition in North America Other Countries competed with Spain for control over territory in the Americas.
Enjoy “Explorer” Jeopardy! Ligers vs. Mean Machine Buzzers ready (a.k.a. clap your hands) A player from Ligers chooses a category and question dollar.
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