American History by Jesus Garcia, Donna M. Ogle, C. Frederick Risinger, Holt

By Jesus Garcia, Donna M. Ogle, C. Frederick Risinger, Holt Mcdougal

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American history provides a variety of examples of the impact of the individual on society in both the United States and the world. Immigration and Migration This country was settled by and has remained a magnet for immigrants. Also, within the United States, large numbers of people have migrated to different regions of the country. However, movements to and within the United States have not always been voluntary. Africans were brought against their will to this country. Native Americans were forced from their homelands in order to make room for European settlers.

Use the scale to estimate the distances between places shown on the map. N 400 miles 200 400 kilometers 0 Conformal Conic Projection 1. Sitka Kodiak I. la Aleutian Is 0 Juneau Prince William Sound Kodiak 55o N Look at the lines of latitude and longitude. This grid makes locating places much easier. Read the questions, and then carefully study the map to determine the answers. ARCTIC OCEAN Other city 150o W 140o W Instead of a compass rose, some maps have a North arrow. Which one of the following cities is located closest to 65°N 150°W?

C. The number of students enrolled rose and fell. D. The number of students enrolled steadily decreased. S. history to answer questions 1 through 4. Churches by Denominations 1750 500 80 450 400 60 Thousands of Students Registrations (in millions) 70 50 40 30 20 300 250 200 150 100 10 0 1930 1935 50 1940 1945 1950 0 1955 1960 Year Source: Historical Statistics of the United States 1. 350 In which time periods did motor-vehicle registrations decline? ANGLICAN BAPTIST CATHOLIC DUTCH REFORMED GERMAN REFORMED LUTHERAN CONGREGATIONALIST PRESBYTERIAN Source: Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History A.

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