• Acadians- French residents of Nova Scotia, many of whom were uprooted by the British in 1755 and scattered as far south as Louisiana, where their descendants became known as "Cajuns." • Albany Congress- Intercolonial congress summoned by the British government to foster greater colonial unity and assure Iroquois support in the escalating war against the French. • Battle of Québec- Historic British victory over French forces on the outskirts of Québec. The surrender of Québec marked the beginning of the end of French rule in North America. • Coureurs de bois- translated as "runners of the woods," they were French fur-trappers, also known as "voyageurs" (travelers). Who established trading posts throughout North America. The fur trade wreaked havoc on the health and folkways of their Native American partners. • Edict of Nantes- Decree issued by the French crown granting limited toleration to French Protestants. Ended religious wars in France and inaugurated a period of French preeminence in Europe and across the Atlantic. Its repeal in 1685 prompted a fresh migration of Protestant Huguenots to North America. • French and Indian War (Seven Years' War)- Nine-year war between the British and the French in North America. It resulted in the expulsion of the French from the North American mainland and helped spark the Seven Years' War in Europe. • Huguenots- French Protestant dissenters, the Huguenots were granted limited tolerance under the Edict of Nantes. After King Louis XIV outlawed Protestantism in 1685, many Huguenots fled elsewhere, including to British North America. • King George’s War- North American theater of Europe's War of Austrian Succession that once again pitted British colonies against their French counterparts in the North. The peace settlement did not involve any territorial realignment, leading to conflict between New England settlers and the British government. • King William’s War- War fought largely between French trappers, British settlers, and their respective Indian Allies from 1689-1697. The colonial theater of the larger War of the League of Augsburg in Europe. •…
of a group of people
2) Demographics—information about the characteristics of human populations and segments, especially those used to identify consumer markets such as by age, gender, income, and education
Differentiate between regional culture and country culture.
1) country—entails easy-to-spot visible nuances that are particular to a country such as dress, symbols, ceremonies, language, colors, and food preferences, and more subtle…
Vocab Ch. 5
1. Code of Conduct- A statement that guides the ethical behaviors of a company and its employees
2. Checking Account- A bank account which payments can be ordered by a depositor
3. Endorsement- A signature or stamp on the back of a check transferring ownership
4. Blank Endorsement- An endorsement consisting only of the endorser’s signature
5. Special Endorsement- An endorsement indicating a new owner of a check
6. Restrictive Endorsement- An endorsement…
October 7, 2014
Chapter 6 Exercise
Exercise 6-1 (3,5,8,10 & 12)
3.) The student in this conversation is asking for a B in the class while doing C work. The student tells the professor he needs a B in order to get into Berkeley and the professor answered with he should have come to him/her sooner to figure out how to get him to start doing B work not a week before the semester ended. The student was using the theory of wishful thinking. He did C average work…
2nd hour APUSH
Chapter 5&6 Short Answer
1.The French and Indian war was between England and France for the colonization of the
Ohio Valley. There were countless tribes involved in this war. Many of which were Indian
tribes because their land was being taken over, so they were going to fight for it. Two tribes
involved were the Shawnee and Sandusky and both were on the French side. This war ended
in 1763 and it led to signing the Treaty of Paris. However, this war led to the Revolutionary…
gods, Vishnu and Shiva, became preeminent.
4. Hindus believe that whenever demonic force3s threaten the cosmic order, Vishnu appears on Earth in one of a series of avataras, or incarnations.
5. There are 330 million gods according to one tradition.
6. All the gods and spirits are seen as manifestations of a single divine force that pervades the universe.
7. Offers the worshiper a variety of ways to approach god and obtain divine favor through the special knowledge of sacred truths, mental and physical…
CHAPTER 6-BONES AND SKELETAL TISSUES
I. Bone tissue is an ever-changing, growing, developing tissue in the human body. It serves as the major
support tissue for the human body.
II. FUNCTIONS OF BONE TISSUE
A. Support-bone provides a framework for the human body. It supports soft tissues and serves as a
region for muscle attachment.
C. Movement-skeletal muscle attaches to and moves bones.
D. Mineral Storage-bone is a reservoir for calcium…
To assimilate the knowledge necessary to be wise, one must travel frequently.
5.) Theological adj syn religious
Def- of or relating to the study of theology.
The theological arguments among the magnet kids left most frustrated or offended.
6.) Purge verb syn expunge
Def- remove (a group of people considered undesirable) from an organization or place in an abrupt or violent manner.
The Purge is a horror movie about a day when all crime is legal, and people murder freely.
7.) Exult verb…
Dr. Hua Xu
CH 6 research activity #7
Introduction to American Politics 2020 online
The House of Representatives and the Senate are both chose through the direct election. They both also represent the United States Congress. The lower class is represented by the House of Representatives. The upper house is represented by the Senate. They both have to represent the people of their states they got elected for. At the same time, there are many differences between the two. An…
Period 6 WHAP
Ch 34 5 & 6
5. Superpower control began to fade when president
Gaulle of France doubted US's
. He felt that his country was too submissive and followed along too much behind
the US, so much that they had their own nuclear program which successfully made a bomb in
Marshal Tito, the president of Yugoslavia
, was starting to turn against Soviet control
by trying to keep his country from their control and in 1948 gained its freedom from the USSR…