Project #35571 - History answered 4 Civil War/2 Science


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To complete the following activity, refer to following site for the appropriate resource (, then use your own words to answer the questions below. PLEASE DO NOT COPY AND PAST RESPONSES FROM INTERNET. If you decided to use information from internet as source PLEASE CITE AND USE QUOTATION MARKS.


  1. Refer to resource attached, Global warming, for basic information on global warming. Then, complete A & B.


  1. Write one sentence that define the term “Global Warming”

  2. Identify at least Three Impact of Global Warming



  1. Water is a Natural Resource that is featured in Southeast region. Write at least one sentence below describing the impact of climate change on this resource, using your own words.




Historical Conflicts within U.S.


History Homework is completed. But it needs to be (1) checked and corrected ONLY if necessary. (this site provides all info)

Answer cannot exceed five sentences. It needs to be (2) CITIED. At the end of each answer you will see page number where the answer came from.  (3) At the beginning of QUESTION shows chapter and page number where the answer can be found.


Historical conflicts within USRead the following pages in resource R1, outline of US history:


  1. (answer can be found in following pages) Chapter 6 pages 130-133 in resource 1,

    *provide information on the two conflicting positions in 19th century American society led to the American Civil War. Summarize these two conflicting positions that divided the nation in the space below. Cite direct evidence from the text to support your summary*.


    Answer:The American Civil War was started because north and south did not agree on slavery: “America was both a freedom-loving and slave-holding society, a nation of expansive and primitive frontiers, a society with cities built on growing commerce and industrialization.” (Page 130/paragraph dickens was not alone). The southern needed slaves for farming,”By 1850 the American South grew more than 80 percent of the world’s cotton. Slaves cultivated all these crops” (page 131).


    Answer:So, “the South regarded [slavery] as essential to its economy” (page 132/slavery and sectionalism).

     Conversely, Northerners thought slavery “was largely responsible for the region’s relative financial and industrial backwardness.” (Page 132) The north was mostly industrialized so they didn’t need slaves.


  2. (answer can be found in following pages) Cite direct evidence from the text in chapter 6, on page 132, to support your summary.      (I think this answer might be wrong)

    *The south did not share the same economic prosperity as the North and both regions differed in their perception of the reason for their economic differences. Summarize one of the reasons given in the resource for the South’s defense of slavery in the space below.*

    Answer:Southern economy was “centered on agriculture” and north was more industrialized: “New English and the Middle-Atlantic states were the main centers of manufacturing, commerce, and finance.” (Page 131)


    Answer: The Southerners feared to free slaves; they thought it would compete with them economically and challenge their higher social status “social status. Southern whites defended slavery not simply on the basis of economic necessity but out of a visceral dedication to white supremacy.


    3. Historical (answer can be found in following pages) Cite direct evidence from the text in chapter 6, on page 132, to support your summary. Conflicts within U.S. (scroll down you will see chapter 6. In resource R1


    *describes how the abolitionists took an entirely different position that the supporter of slavery. Summarize how abolitionists defined and viewed slavery. Quote direct evidence from the text in the resource to support your summary*.


    Answer: Abolitionist were northern who previously owned were slave owners. They were called abolitionists because they wanted to abolish slavery. They thought slavery was morally wrong and felt slavery should be eliminated. 

    4. Chapter 7 Page 144describes the limited impact but also the importance of the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation. Explain how the initial document was significant to American history. Cite direct evidence from the text to support your explanation.


    Answer:  No. Emancipation Proclamation applied only to states that had seceded from the Union, leaving slavery untouched in states like Maryland and Delaware. Maryland might have seceded from the Union and joined the Confederacy, but President Lincoln sent Federal troops into the Maryland statehouse and prevented the legislature from voting. Also, the Emancipation Proclamation expressly exempted areas in slave states that had already come under Northern control. So, the slaves in those areas had to remain slaves. Further, the Emancipation Proclamation had no effect on slaves in states controlled by Confederate forces.


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