Civil Rights Act of 1991
Which state did Founding Father Alexander Hamilton come from? A. New Jersey B. Pennsylvania C. Virginia D. New York
New York, is the right answer.
Alexander Hamilton was a politician, statesman, lawyer, military commander, economist and banker from America. He is recognized as one of three Founding Fathers of the U.S. He was born in Charlestown and died on 12th July 1804 in Greenwich Village, New York. Therefore, it may be assumed that he belonged to New York.
If it were not for these two men, we might not have come to understand microorganisms. These men are named _____. A. Anton Van Leeuenhook and Robert Hooke
B. Pierre Bayen and Carl Sheele
C. Robert Boyle and Robert Hooke
D. Santorio Santorio and Galileo Galilei
because many southerners were unwilling to sell slaves to raise funds to build factories, they had no money to invest in business. Another name for this type of money is?
Compare the views of ancient Sparta and ancient Athens on the subject of education. A. Athens valued education and family, while Sparta valued only education.
B. Athens valued education above all else, while Sparta valued physical fitness above all else.
C. Athens valued education for boys and girls, while Sparta valued education for boys only.
D. Athens valued education for boys, while Sparta believed in education for both boys and girls.
What happened to medgar evers after he helped james meredith integrate the university of mississippi
The correct answer is Medgar Evers was assassinated for ending segregation in the University of Mississippi.
The integration of schools in the South after the Brown vs. Board of Education ruling resulted in violence and tension between blacks and white southerners. Many southerners did not want integration, as they felt forced integration was an overreach by the federal government. Along with this, they liked their social norms and status as having more rights than African American citizens. This is why anyone who tried to change Southern culture resulted in violence or tension.
Medgar Evers, a 1954 graduate of Alcorn State University, was assassinated outside of his home in Jackson, Mississippi in 1963.
Qin to lim Why did the Tet Offensive contribute to the "credibility gap" during the Vietnam War!
Based on prior U.S.government reports, most Americans were shocked at this Communist
offensive in the South
The North Vietnamese had used advanced military technologies to defeat U.S. and South
After the offensive, the South Vietnamese people concluded that Americans would soon
withdraw from the war.
Communist forces kept control of the majority of their gains from the Tet Offensive.
Why did Palmer arrest thousands of people and deport them between 1919-1920
How did rosamond respond when mr st john initially ignored her?
In the book Jane Eyre, written by Charlotte Brontë,
Rosamond was angry at St. John because he had feelings for her, but he wasn't interested in marrying her, St. John is in love with her and he doesn't hide it, but he refuses to act on his feelings, and Rosamond pouts about this.
The major reason why St. John refused to marry her was because she wouldn’t make a good missionary wife, BUT Rosamond kept hoping that St. John will ask her to marry him, but eventually, she takes a reasonable approach, gives up, and marries someone else.
Who were some of the queens and/or princesses that reigned during the American colonies' time-period?
Anne was one of the queen that reigned during the American colonies' time-period
Anne was one of the queens who wished to rule independently but had intellectual limitations due to bad health. She was motivated largely by Anglican church. She had lesser interest in Roman Catholics.
She was known for her reign tactics. She also had the greatest of sympathies from High Church Tories. Political parties dominated mostly during the time, and she sought to free out of the clutches of the dominion of the political parties back then. William’s death was the main reason she succeeded him.