Research the following people. Be sure to emphasize how each were important to American politics during the 1920s and 1930s and any events they were apart of during the time.. Any other events outside of the two decades is not relevant to the activity. Select two from each of the groups. In addition, explain what each group has in common with each other. Follow the link to find the list.
Research the following people and complete the chart. Be sure to only include what they have done as reformers, any additional information is not necessary. The textbook and other webpages may be necessary in order to find all information.
During the 1800′s, American politics was dominated by several personalities. Complete a web search similar to the one you did for Civil War Events. You should concentrate on answering the following question in relation to two of the following people: How did they change American politics?
Write a paragraph for each of people you have selected and include a citation of materials used. NOT JUST A HYPERLINK!
John C. Calhoun
The following is a tentative list for the US Map Quizes during the first nine weeks. Every Friday we will have a quiz with at least 15 questions and one bonus. There are several maps in the textbook and student planner that may be used to study by. In addition, there are currently over twenty different smartphone apps and websites for studying maps, these links (National Maps and Eduplace) have a wonderful collection of PDF files to download.
Week Two Sept 2: The Great Lakes, Missouri R, Ohio R, KA, NE, SD, ND, MN, IA, WI, MO, MI, IL, IN, OH
Week Three Sept 9: Mississppi R, Gulf of Mexico, Cuba, TX, OK, AR, LA, MS, AL FL, GA, SC, NC, TN, KY, VA, MD, DE
Week Five Sept 23: Anything west of the Mississippi R.
Week Six Sept 30: Anything east of the Mississippi R.