Monthly Archives: June 2013

Montgomery Bus Boycott (powerpoint)

Montgomery Bus Boycotts Click on link to download the powerpoint. This powerpoint provides a brief description of the Civil Rights era Montgomery Bus Boycotts. Advertisements

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Fundamentalist Crusades of the Twenties ( Prohibition & the Scopes Trial) powerpoint

Fundamentalist Crusades of the Twenties Click on link to download the powerpoint. This powerpoint provides a brief description of the Christian Fundamentalist movement of the Twenties, focusing on the Scopes Monkey Trial and the Prohibition era.

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The Klan of the Twenties (powerpoint)

The Klan in the Twenties Click on the link to download the powerpoint. This powerpoint provides a brief description of the rise of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s.

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Roosevelt Corollary and the Panama Canal (powerpoint)

Big Stick Policy and Panama Canal Click on link to download the powerpoint. This powerpoint provides a brief description of the Roosevelt Corollary and the acquisition of the Panama Canal.

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Lincoln – Douglas Debates (powerpoint)

Lincoln-Douglas Debates Click on link to download the powerpoint. This powerpoint provides a brief description of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates which magnified the tensions over slavery in the United States.

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Mongol and Ming Empires (powerpoint)

mongols Click on link to download the powerpoint. This powerpoint provides a brief description of the Mongol and Ming empires.

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The Roman Republic (powerpoint)

Republic Forms in Rome Click on link to download the powerpoint. This powerpoint provides a brief description of the evolution of republican government in Rome.

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