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AMAZINGLY THOROUGH summaries of how the first 13 Colonies became states including major events and key players

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Sacajawea. She was stolen, held captive, sold, eventually she was reunited the Shoshone Indians. She was an interpreter and guide for Lewis and Clark in 1805-1806 with her husband Toussaint Charbonneau. She navigated carrying her son, Jean Baptiste, on her back. She traveled thousands of miles from the Dakotas the Pacific Ocean. The explorers, said she was cheerful, never complained, and proved to be invaluable. She served as an advisor, caretaker.

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Absolutely loooooooved this episode!!!!! The way Matt could just change back and forth... AMAZING!!!

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from HubPages

What were the Navigation Acts?

What were the Navigation Acts in the 1600s? Why did Charles II impose them? What were the effects of the Navigation Acts?

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Colonizing North America UNIT PowerPoints and Graphic Organizers

The thirteen colonies was never so easy to teach! This Colonizing North America Unit contains the following PowerPoint lessons + 27-page graphic organizers: Finding a Northwest Passage, Jamestown Colony, Plymouth Colony, New England Colonies, Anne Hutchison & Chief Metacom, Middle Colonies, Southern Colonies (part 1), Southern Colonies (part 2), Navigation Acts.

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September 13, 1660 - The Navigation act is passed by British Parliament to control colonial commerce in the New World.

5 Inventions by Enslaved Black Men Blocked by US Patent Office - Atlanta Black Star http://atlantablackstar.com/2014/02/11/5-inventions-by-enslaved-black-men-blocked-by-us-patent-office/

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This lesson will cover the British Navigation Acts of 1651. We will lay out the main provisions of the Acts, discuss their background and purpose,...

from Telegraph.co.uk

Gormley finds himself in the fog

By Antony Gormley, this immersive installation used dense fog to disorientate and engage the viewers senses, often causing groups of people entering the space to loose one another. ‘You enter this interior space that is the equivalent of being on top of a mountain or at the bottom of the sea. It is very important for me that inside it you find the outside. Also you become the immersed figure in an endless ground, literally the subject of the work.’

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