It features a biography section, a timeline, daily quizzes, and educational activities. The site provides an in-depth analysis of the Cuban Missile Crisis suitable for senior high school students. The site includes pages for students, teachers and parents who wish to participate in this event.
Provides extensive information about countries of the world including their flags, maps, economy, geography, climate and more. One of the first slaves to be freed was Louis Congowho, inreceived freedom, land, and compensation in exchange for becoming the public executioner of New Orleans.
In contemporary Louisiana, the greater portion of the African American community has chosen to pursue nonagricultural work in urban and suburban areas. Provides links to other U. Prepared by the University of Texas at Austin, this collection contains electronic maps of current and general interest for many regions of the world.
The so-called Charity Hospital system, supported and administered by the state, is fairly unusual among the 50 states. Also included are games and activities, e-mail for kids to ask questions and links to related sites. Loyalist and British Songs of the American Revolution.
An ongoing project supported by students at Western Michigan University's Department of Political Science, the timeline begins with Brown v.
It will be none the less so in the future. Historically spoken by Louisiana Creole population in lower French Louisiana, Colonial French is generally considered to have been adopted by whites, blacks and Cajuns. Williams lead teacher Newport News Public Schools.
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Supreme Court are indexed by topic or they can be retrieved through a key word search. These speeches have been drawn from the most famous broadcasts and recordings of the Twentieth Century.
Features text, graphics, video, photos about the history and sinking of the Titanic. The average growing season ranges from to days and the average precipitation ranges from almost 45 inches 1, mm at Shreveport to more than 56 inches 1, mm at New Orleans.
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The capital is Baton Rouge. Most of the images were made under the supervision of Mathew B. Drainage Louisiana shares the general physiographic characteristics common to the Gulf Coast states of the southern United States, with the vital exception of the Mississippi Riverwhich borders and then flows through the state and extends its delta far into the Gulf of Mexico.Boards and Departments of Education.
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Information on all facets of K state education programs with links to a variety of resources on the Internet. Brief History of the Louisiana Territory by Walter Robinson Smith.
Slavery by J. T. Gibbs. An Introduction to the Study of Louisiana History by Henry Edward Chambers. A History of Louisiana Early Explorers and the Domination of the French, by Alcée Fortier.
Louisiana: Louisiana, constituent state of the United States of America. It is delineated from its neighbours—Arkansas to the north, Mississippi to the east, and Texas to the west—by both natural and man-made boundaries.
The Gulf of Mexico lies to the south. The total area of Louisiana. The US50 - Kansas is a extensive guide to the history and historic events from the state of Kansas.
An introduction to Louisiana that includes information about the state capitol, how the state got its name, the state's nicknames, how the state citizens are addressed, and the state quarter. The first official act of our government, after the purchase of Louisiana, was an act of Congress, March 26,dividing Louisiana into two districts, and attaching the whole to Indiana Territory, under the government of William Henry Harrison.Download