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History

Mary Church Terrell (1863-1954) was a civil rights activist and women’s rights leader. One of the first women of color to earn a degree, she became an outstanding social activist, who spoke in defense of women’s rights and denounced segregation (Smith 2009). Her main focus was the legalized racism established...

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The documents make clear that the central reason for the South’s choice to secede from the Union was slavery and the fear over losing power. These documents make mentions of vague notions of federalism and federal power, but at the root of it all is the fear that the South...

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Summarize in your own words how the churches responded to Nazism. Would you be prepared to use either of the words 'resist' or 'collaborate'? In most cases the position of the church could not be defined as collaborating or resisting Nazism. The approach of the church was tough because they...

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The Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor stocks many artifacts that capture the key parts of American history. The idea behind the establishment of the museum was to keep the legacy of America in the Second World War and to keep a visual record of the devastating attack of 7th December...

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Germany had never been united for many years as the attempts towards unification were always thwarted with divisions that were tribal in nature. Some regions were ruled by Bishops who were considered by the people as symbols of religious authority. Despite the territorial divisions, there was a feeling of common...

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The above photos are pictures of key leaders and layers in the Mexican revolution in the early 20th century. The first picture on the left is a picture of Porfirio Diaz, followed by Francisco I. Madero, the Pancho Villa in the third picture and finally Emiliano Zapata at the centre...

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The Mexico-American war was a conventional conflict characterized by the use of traditional armies as American forces invaded the territory of Mexico. Before annexation of Texas, there were migrants from America who settled in the land on strict conditions. The settlers increased in number with time almost overpopulating the original...

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The United States Civil War (1861-1865) was the greatest political and social disruption the nation had ever faced. With over 600,000 Americans dead and many others displaced, injured and disposed the United States faced the bleak prospect of rebuilding the nation and reintegrating the South as a viable political and...

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The Idaho Museum of Natural History's biggest issue is that people believe it is too small. Overwhelmingly, this was the highest concern among patrons to the museum. In order to address this concern, the museum would need to upgrade its equipment, technology and employee training. One thing the Idaho Museum...

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