8 edition of The Great American History Quiz found in the catalog.
June 1, 2001 by Grand Central Publishing .
Written in English
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King was inspired by Mahatma Gandhi and adopted his non-violent means to end discrimination. Lawrence River, Jacques Cartier discovered what is now Canada. Georgia Virginia Delaware Known as the "Trail of Tears," the removal of Indians from the east resulted in thousands of deaths. It was under the leadership of Lenin, a Bolshevik leader, that the Russian revolution took place in
Lawrence River, Jacques Cartier discovered what is now Canada. He wanted them to join him. He annexed nearly all of Central Asia and China. Martin Luther King, Jr.
In June, Sitting Bull danced the Sun Dance until he fell unconscious and had a vision of soldiers falling like rain. Although Mao Zedong was an influential leader, his policies of the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution had adverse effects and remain controversial. He was awarded the The Nobel Peace Prize in He united China into a single socialist state. Three years later, after the Daughters of the American Revolution refused to allow Anderson to sing at a Washington D.
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The settlement was started by the Virginia Company in After World War II, an agreement was reached to divide Korea into two parts: a northern half to be controlled by the Soviet Union and a southern half to be controlled by the United States. The year after she arrived in Philadelphia, Tubman returned to Maryland to free her family members.
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He died in Babylon in BC at the young age of Although Sitting Bull and his allies won a great battle, on June at the Little Bighorn, they could not win the war.
Men make history and not the other way around. It included land that makes up both Arizona and New Mexico.
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Unlike Tecumseh, he did not go out in a blaze of glory. His birthday, 2nd October, is celebrated as a National or public holiday in India. Although short-lived and short reigned, he is known as the greatest military geniuses of all times.
The Hunkpapa leader and holy man Sitting Bull replaced Red Cloud as the chief symbol of resistance on the northern Plains. The series engaged audiences with a list of diverse books. He built many monuments, temples, and noteworthy buildings in Egypt the most significant being Ramesseum, Abu Simbel.
However, the cotton boom in the South made the region more reliant on an additional labor source. There could be peace if the white man stayed out of Sioux hunting grounds and stopped using the Bozeman Trail.
Nor could he prevent chiefs of other tribes from signing the Treaty of Greenville, thus ceding all of what is now the state of Ohio and part of Indiana to the whites.
He was the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army which overthrew the British rule in the American Revolutionary War. Advertisement Which group was organized in opposition to the Stamp Act?
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He gathered lodges of Sioux and Cheyennes in the cause, which provided him with about warriors, and carried on continuous guerrilla warfare along the length of the Bozeman Trail. Which country instigated the conflict in North Africa? It was followed five days later by Pennsylvania.
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