US History

  1. History
    What were some effects of the Seven Years’ War? ( select all that apply ) A. France surrendered Canada to Britain through the Treaty of Paris. B. Britain gained exclusive trading rights in Bengal India. C. Britain lost all of its North American colonies to Austria. D. France...
  2. world history
    Why was the oral tradition important in Africa? A.) It was a ritual believed to bring rainfall. B.) It was used to communicate with the king. C.) It helped pass traditions to younger generations D.) It helped ensure the success of the gold-salt trade. E.) It helped develop ...
  3. world history
    Which empire defeated and replaced the Byzantine Empire as the dominant authority in the Mediterranean? 1.Mongol empire 2.Persian empire 3.holy Roman empire 4.ottoman empire PLEASE HELP!
  4. w history
    Which empire defeated and replaced the Byzantine Empire as the dominant authority in the Mediterranean? 1. Mongol empire 2.persian 3.holy roman 4.ottoman
  5. History
    Share two examples in American history of how the people of America shifted their ideologies from one set of beliefs to another. Why did this happen? What were the political, economic and social conditions that led to this shift?
  6. history
    What policies led to the Boxer Rebellion? (Select all that apply.) A.Christian missionary activity caused cultural tension with traditional Chinese views. B.Japanese and European spheres of influence gave foreigners special privileges. C.Europeans refused to purchase opium ...
  7. history
    What attempts have European imperial powers made in the 20th century to address the atrocities committed in colonies throughout the world? (Select all that apply.) A) Many European nations have addressed their imperial actions by providing economic relief to their former ...
  8. history
    To what extent did the developments of the french revolution from 1789-1799 meet the demands and expections of the 3rd estate?
  9. history
    what common characteristics did John Smith and Anne Hutchinson display in their quest to save a colony or the souls of their fellow Christians?
  10. history
    What policies led to the Boxer Rebellion?
  11. World History
    Jews were persecuted in Europe for hundreds of years even before the 20th century (1). Thousands were massacred by crusading knights on their way to the Holy Land (2). Another common practice was to force Jews into sections of town called ghettos (3). In the 18th century, most...
  12. Maths lit economics business, history
    My subjects are economics, business, maths lit and history I would like to know which career choices do I have
  13. us history
    In response to which acts did colonial opposition become violent? stamp act sugar act townshend act tea act
  14. World history
    Which temporary solution was adopted in 1924 to address the economic problems caused by Germany's inability to make reparations? A-Versailles plan B-Marshall plan C-Dawes plan D-young plan B?
  15. History
    Which explains why Ottoman leaders began a policy of deportation and extermination of Armenians within their empire? They asserted that Armenians were trying to forcibly convert Turks to Islam. They feared that Armenians were supporting Russia, an Ottoman enemy in World War I...
  16. World history
    What was an impact of the United States entry into World War 1? A-the arrival of fresh troops to the allied side forced Germany to agree to cease-fire within a year. B-Britain shifted most of its troops to the eastern front because they were no longer needed in France C-...
  17. world history
    What were the consequences for the Ottoman leaders responsible for the genocide? No trials were ever held to bring those responsible to justice. Three pashas were convicted in absentia and sentenced to death, but they fled to Germany. Ottoman leaders were able to suppress all ...
  18. U.S History
    Which of these statements best describes President Jackson's views on nullification? President Jackson wanted to give the power of government back to the states. President Jackson did not believe a state could legally leave the Union. President Jackson stated that the ...
  19. American History
    Under the Articles of Confederation, the Confederation Congress was the primary governing body; it consisted of __________ houses(s) in which each state had one vote.
  20. American History
    Question 2 (short fill-in) Using the reading, identify the missing term. As a result of the Whiskey Rebellion, the power of the United States’ federal __________ was tested in many ways after the revolution.
  21. American History
    Question 1 (short fill-in) saved Using the reading, identify the missing term. Following the American Revolution, flaws were found in the Articles of Confederation that led many to be concerned about the success of the United States after __________.
  22. World History
    Why did Napoleon Bonaparte crown himself?
  23. american History
    How did trade with Asia impact Italy? Italians sought new reasons to extend the Crusades as they fulfilled their need for Asian goods. The Byzantine Empire secured its position by becoming a conduit of trade between Italy and the Middle East. The increased trade with Asia led ...
  24. American History
    What significance did the domination of southern Spain by the Umayyad Caliphate have on European culture? Europeans became dependent on goods from the Middle East and Asia. Spaniards migrated to Africa to escape the invasion of the Umayyad Caliphate. Spain became the center of...
  25. american history
    What was the significance of the closing of the Silk Road? It gave Europeans the incentive to establish new overland trails into territories in Asia. It inspired Europeans to discover the hidden secret of creating their own silk textiles. It encouraged Europeans to develop ...
  26. History
    How did Otto von Bismarck help to bring about German unification? A) As minister president, he achieved political compromise with the Prussian legislature B) He created the position of kaiser, serving as the first one in the German Empire C) He became a strong influence on the...
  27. US History
    I am having a really hard time with this assignment. Can anyone cross check my answers? Thank you 1.The term participatory democracy applies most accurately to which of the following societies? A. Greece in the fourth century B.C. B. Modern China C. The United States since ...
  28. American History
    What disadvantages did Native Americans experience in their trading with Europeans? Native Americans became reliant on European technology. Native Americans could not trade effectively because they lacked economic leaders. Native Americans traded for items they could not use ...
  29. history
    Which country suffered the fewest military and civilian deaths during World War II? A.Great Britain B.Japan C.Poland D.the United States C. Poland?
  30. History
    1-- This website wont let me put in a picture. The fort labeled with the number 3 on the map above is __________. A. New Orleans B. Poste de Arkansea C. Fort St. Jean Baptiste D. Fort Louis de la Mobile 2-- Evidence of trade between the French and Wichita was found at ...
  31. Maths literacy Geography History Life Science
    I want to do nursing but i dont have physical science and mathematics What can i do to do nursing??
  32. US History
    Which of the following results of the French and Indian War was a cause of the American Revolutionary War? Native Americans lost large amounts of territory. Britain incurred a large debt as a result of the war. France ceded land in Canada and east of the Mississippi to Britain...
  33. history
    Describe the emergence of capitalism as a dominant economic pattern in the United States and the responses to it, including nationalism, socialism, and anarchism.
  34. world history
    Which best describes the Dutch East India Company? it was a Multinational corporation used to boost trade with Asian territories. it was the worlds largest shipbuilding company located in North america it was a team of mercenaries and militia hired by France too wage war ...
  35. History
    What were outcomes of the Council of Trent? (Select all that apply.) a. The council decided to develop new training practices for candidates to the priesthood. b. The council decided to launch another Crusade against the Arab Empire to reclaim Jerusalem. c. The council decided...
  36. History
    What were the outcomes of King Henry VIII breaking away from Rome and forming the Church of England? (Select all that apply.) King Henry VII had the bible translated and ruled that all men and women of England must read it King Henry VIII ordered that Catholic monasteries be ...
  37. History
    In his 95 Theses, what practices did Martin Luther criticize about the Roman Catholic Church? (Select all that apply.) the peddling of relics clerics holding multiple offices unethical money lending the selling of indulgence Is it c and d
  38. History
    NEED RECOMENED WEBSITES TO HELP!!!! Describe how the Enlightenment impacted absolute monarchies and government practices in Europe. How did this change the perceptions of individuals and their roles within society?
  39. world history
    During the Renaissance, humanist ideas swept through Europe (1). Humanism launched the Scientific Revolution, resulting in advancements in metallurgy, anatomy, and astronomy (2). Humanist ideals mimicked the feudal system to identify classes of people (3). The feudal system ...
  40. History
    What action did President Bush take to make the Office of Homeland Security effective? He tried to convince Congress to go to war. None of these answers He decided to commence all of the other public safety agencies and only use the Office of Homeland Security. He asked ...
  41. History
    Why was Vietnam key to the US curbing communism in Asia? a. None of these answers. b. Vietnam and the US had strong economic ties. c. Vietnam was a major supplier of rice to the United States. d. Vietnam had a direct tie to Japan which the US had thus far kept communism out of...
  42. History
    How did the Renaissance movement affect scientific innovations? (Select all that apply the Renaissance and humanism put human reasoning and gathered evidence at the center of scientific inquiry humanist philosophers during the renaissance accepted the Catholic church's ...
  43. world history
    Pope Innocent III called for a Crusade against European heretics (1). These Crusades were against fellow Christians because their interpretation of Christianity did not align with the official doctrines of the Catholic Church (2). Church doctrine forbids physical attacks ...
  44. History
    Which analyzes why some historians believe that the federal civil defense administration used propaganda to reduce the general public concerned about nuclear warfare? 1. Historians believe that the FCDA generated reports that underestimated the missile gap to put Americans ...
  45. History
    which suggest reasons that President Kennedy decided to use US military intervention in Cuba? Multiple choice, select all that apply 1. Cubas Secret US invasion plans were leaked to the press 2. Cuba lies 90 miles from the coast of the United States 3. US spy planes ...
  46. History
    Why did President Ronald Regan support funding The Nicaraguan rebels with money made from selling weapons to Iran? 1. The selling of weapons sautéed the nation of you run during the Iran Iraq war while providing economic rubber production to Nicaragua 2. The selling of ...
  47. History
    Which option explains why the United States was interested in the internal politics of countries such as Chile and Nicaragua from the 1970s to the 1980s? 1. The United States sought to support right wing factions or otherwise undermine socialist regime’s to increase its ...
  48. History
    What were the principle sources of outrage that fueled the protests against the Vietnam War? Multiple answer, select all that apply 1. The violence and murder that occurred at the Altamont violence and murder that occurred at the Altamonte music festival music festival 2. ...
  49. History
    What options best indicate ways in which the collapse of the Soviet Union affected other governments? (Select all that apply.) a. Ambassadors to the former Soviet Union had to be reassigned to the new republics b. States could establish their own Communist systems without ...
  50. History
    Which identifies points of the agreement between the Soviet Union and other allied powers at the Yalta conference? A) The immediate execution of the highest ranking nazi officials B) The division of Germany into four allied occupation zones C) The establishment of a communist ...
  51. World History
    How did Cold War conflicts between the United States and the Soviet Union impact political ideologies around the world? Include details about the spread of democracy and communism and the adoption of socialism in various forms.
  52. history
    Which describes the situation in Yugoslavia following the fall of the Soviet Union? Able to practice religion again, Yugoslavians worshipped openly until Protestant infighting exploded into a genocidal war. Post-Communist Yugoslavia experienced an intellectual and cultural ...
  53. History
    How did the argument between the eastern orthodox church and the roman catholic church end? PLZ HELP!!
  54. world history
    Why did Germany and Japan place the blame on other countries for their economic downturns during the Great Depression, and how did this inevitably lead to the Second World War?
  55. History
    how did catholic mission school negatively impacted native Americans. pls give me like one or two sentences or explain pls
  56. History
    In 1250 BC, Mycenaean Greeks sailed across the Aegean to launch the historic invasion of Troy in present-day Turkey (1). The ensuing Trojan War inspired Homer’s epic poem, the Iliad (2). The Mycenaean attempt to sack Troy failed, and the Mycenaean civilization soon fell (3...
  57. US History
    Hello! My friend and I are doing a homework assignment; however, we're having a bit of trouble figuring out the answer (as we have conflicting answers). The question: Which issue most concerned American voters during the 2008 presidential campaign? A: The advanced age of one ...
  58. History
    Which explain how outside factors influenced the conflict in Vietnam in the years after World War II? (Select all that apply.) A. A socialist student uprising in france in the late 1940s forced the french government to grant vietnam full independence and immediately withdraw ...
  59. history
    How have petro-economics shaped the Middle East? A. Economic competition among Middle Eastern states to be the top oil producer often becomes bitter. B. Arab nations have consolidated their power by negotiating the purchase of oil rights in neighboring regions. C. Abundant oil...
  60. History
    Marcus Whitman chose a site among the cayuse, for from the Nez Perce who requested his services. Analyze how Marcus Whitman's selection of the Waiilatpu mission site revealed something of his character and future work? Explain Explain how settlers influenced the final border ...
  61. World history
    Which statement describes the relationship between the Russian Orthodox Church and Russian rulers?
  62. US History
    Hello! I just need an idea for a topic in this assignment, as I am not sure of a topic to choose. The assignment is: The United States faces a number of challenges and issues in the twenty-first century. Some are domestic in nature, while others are related to foreign affairs...
  63. World History
    How did Roman Emperor Commodus deal with Rome's economic problems?
  64. History
    1.What are typically asked of children during the Htravel on the oregon trail? Collect firewood.** Cook the meals. Hunt deer. Drive the wagon. 2.Why would settlers choose to use oxen to pull their wagons rather than mules? Mules were thought to be bad-tempered.** Mules were ...
  65. History
    1.Which geographic features especially challenged settlers on the Oregon Trail? Cliffs and caves. State borders and plains. Rivers and mountains.** Flat grassland. 3.Why were settlers reluctant to settle in the area of Washington before 1846? It had been reserved for the ...
  66. history
    how did the Nootka sound controversy ad George Vancouver affect the pacific northwest? Explain. pls help me
  67. history
    how did the expedition of Lewis and Clark influence john Astor. Astor saw a way to make a profit building trading along the route. Astor provided Lewis and Clark's maps to trappers for a large profit. Astor believed he could raise money by providing guides along the route. ...
  68. History
    1. What role did colonialism play in the setling of the Pacific Northwest? select all that apply it brought an end to the fur trade. it discouraged exploration of the region by European explores. it made European settlers believe that they had a right to the land of Washington...
  69. History
    What natural resources have remained significant to Washington economic activity from the time of European colonization to today? 3 choice A. airplanes B. Factories C. Farmland D. Forests E. Genetics F. Railroads G. Research facilities H. Waterways My answers are factories, ...
  70. history
    2. what did the marshall plan, the truman doctrine, and the berlin airlift all have in common? please help
  71. History
    Hello! I was wondering if anyone could check my answers please. From :WorldWarII posters from the national museum of American history. According to the text the World War II poster was ideal agent for what? A. For promoting sales of bonds and stamps in order to increase ...
  72. 8th grade history (US)
    What were the goals of post-Civil War Congressional Reconstruction? HELPP
  73. History
    How did glasnost and perestroika contribute to the fall of the Soviet Union? They brought the outside world and different economic and political options to the people. The chance to elect representatives gave people the impetus for change. They created difficult economic ...
  74. US History
    I need someone to check my answers for my homework.. 2.) During the first half of the 1800s, on which of the following did the Southern economy rely? A factory system B new immigrants !!!!!C plantation system D extensive barter 3.)What did the temperance movement rally against...
  75. history
    Why was military leadership allowed to take control of Japan after World War I A) Japan wanted to continue fighting the war to gain additional land. B) Japan feared communism and vowed to keep it out of the country. C) Military leaders stepped in to regain peace in the country...
  76. English
    Would you check which club names are grammatical? 1. the history cultural experience club 2. the history culture experience club 3. the life prop club 4. the ceramic craft club 3 4-1. the ceramic crafts club 3 5. the ceramic arts club 3 6. the humanity entertainment sports ...
  77. HELP History
    How did Joseph McCarthy and the House Un-American Activities Committee help produce a Red Scare? Used public fear Intercepted and decoded Soviet message Campaigned to ease media censorship Arrested and prosecuted thousands of radicals Used public fear?
  78. HELP History
    What was the result of the Soviet Union placing nuclear weapons in Cuba? Cuban Revolution Cuban Missile Crisis Guantanamo Bay Invasion Bay of Pigs Invasion
  79. World History
    Which option most accurately describes the settlements of Protestant French Huguenots in the New World? huguenots settlements in present-day Caribbean, Florida, and South Carolina were destroyed by the Spanish until they finally settled in present-day Quebec and Newfoundland ...
  80. history
    how is the creation of public policy in Russia different from that in the united states? Russia's president passes public policy through referendums; in united states the president must wait for congress to pass legislation. *** the president of the united states cannot decree...
  81. History
    Which one of the following is a legislative power held by state legislatures? selecting federal judges approving or rejecting executive appointments defining crimes and punishments impeaching corrupt officials
  82. Language Arts *Last One I Promise*
    1. If you were writing a brief profile of Rosa Parks explaining why you admire her, which of the following sentences would make the best thesis statement? In 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus. Rosa Parks's refusal to give up her seat sparked the Montgomery ...
  83. English
    In this club, students can understand American culture and Englsh culture. Which club name is suitable for this club? 1. the English and American culture comprehension club 2. the English and American culture club 3. the English culture and American culture understanding club ...
  84. History/Social Studies
    Hi, can I please have a link? I don't like cheating on essay questions. Thanks!! What are the causes of problems the Mayas and other Native American groups face in Guatemala? How are people trying to solve these problems?
  85. History
    How did the case of Gibbons v. Ogden have an economic impact on America in the 19th century? The Supreme Court's decision allowed state laws to override federal laws when they conflicted regarding economic matters. The Supreme Court's decision allowed states the ability to ...
  86. History
    Which of the following best explains the Dred Scott case and how it affected the debate about slavery? Dred Scott was a slave owner who learned his slave was living as a free man in a Northern state. He argued that the slave should be returned to him to continue working on his...
  87. US History
    Read the following quote from Thomas Jefferson: "A wise and frugal government, which shall leave men free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned—this is the sum of good government." Which...
  88. history
    What did Napoleon consider his greatest triumph in domestic policy?
  89. history
    Which U.S policy would Palestinian supporters of the Palestinian Liberation Organization most like preferred? A: Continues U.S support for Israel B: Support for a peace treaty between Israel,Egypt, And Palestine C: Military aid to Yasir Arafat for the fight against Israel D: ...
  90. history
    1.which are important responsibilities for texan citizens? 2 points (so 2 answers) lobbying voting* campaign contributing* saying informed* 2.what are important qualities to have when serving on a jury? 3 points (3 answers) be a good listener and be able to make good decisions...
  91. History
    Section 1 political power. all political power is inherent in the people, and governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, and are established to protect and maintain individual rights. ... section 33 recall of elective officers every elective public ...
  92. American history
    How did Andrew Jacksons supporters work to make the political system more democratic ?
  93. history
    what are some qualities of private interest groups that make them different from public interest groups. SELECT 2 They share the goals of the majority of the public they represent specific companies and people they have small businesses who fund them they pursue goals that ...
  94. History
    By 1932, how many Americans were out of work? A. 1 in 2 B. 1 in 3 C. 1 in 4 PLEASE HELPPPP Only got 2 days of school left and i am soooooo behind someone be nice and help meeee
  95. History
    Which was the leading hydroelectric power producer in 2006?
  96. World History
    Which factor was a challenge to the expansion and control of Roman territory? its location on the Mediterranean Sea its available local resources its lack of military leadership its location near Celtic and Germanic tribes
  97. U.S History
    Question: Which event occurred during the George H.W. Bush Administration Answers: A. The release of hostages in Iran B. The fall of Soviet Union C. The war of Grenada D. The Vietnam War My Answer: I believe it is B, "The fall of Soviet Union", this answer seems to be the most...
  98. History
    1. Why did the U.S. government include a prohibition on slavery in the treaties with Native Americans in Washington Territory? A. to avoid the controversy of allowing slavery B. discourage settlers from Southern states from moving to Washington Territory C. to prevent Native ...
  99. History
    What events led to the decline of the Chinese Nationalists? A. Soviet forces invaded china's heartland and teamed up with the socially progressive chinese nationalists to liberate the chinese peasants and rehabilitate the communists. B. The hostile chinese nationalists sent an...
  100. History
    Were typewriters used to write letters!? I can find the answer anywhere! Please help I need this for a paper! Thanks <3
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