HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

The middle passage referred to

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Answer 1
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The correct answer is B) the transportation of slaves from Africa to the New World.

The middle passage referred to the transportation of slaves from Africa to the New World.

Ships full of slaves crossed the Ocean from Africa to the Americas. They were packed below the deck of the ship and traveled with shackles in the most inhuman conditions. The slaves were sold in the Americas to work for plantation owners. The first route or section of trade was known as the Outward passage. It was the route from Europe to Africa. Then, the Middle passage, and finally the Return passage that was the trip from the Americas to Europe.

The other options of the question were A) the creation of the Panama Canal in Central America. C) Lewis and Clark's expedition into the Louisiana Territory. D) the best route over the Rocky Mountains to get to California.

Answer 2
Answer: The middle passage was a route for slave trade. 

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Write a short paragraph that compares the original context of the Balour Proclamation with it's role in later decades. Did the meaning of the Balfour Proclamation change over time?

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The Balfour Declaration (dated November 2, 1917) was a formal public manifestation of the British government during the First World War, to announce its support for the establishment of a "national home" for the Jewish people in the Palestine region, which in that then was part of the Ottoman Empire. The Declaration was included in a letter signed by British Foreign Minister Arthur James Balfour and addressed to Baron Lionel Walter Rothschild, a leader of the Jewish community in Britain, for transmission to the Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland. The text was published in the press on November 9, 1917.

The issuance of the declaration had many lasting consequences. Galvanized popular support for Zionism, led to the creation of the Mandate of Palestine, which later became Israel and the Palestinian territories, and was the source of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, still ongoing and considered the most intractable conflict in the world . Academic controversy remains over several areas, including whether the statement contradicts the earlier promises that the British may have made to Husayn ibn Ali al-Hashimi, the Jerife of Mecca, in the correspondence McMahon-Husayn.

The declaration had two indirect consequences: the emergence of a Jewish state and a chronic state of conflict between Arabs and Jews throughout the Middle East. With regard to the latter, the statement has been described as the "original sin" with regard to the failure of Great Britain in Palestine and for wider events in that region. Beginning in 1920, intercommunal conflict broke out in the Mandate of Palestine, which expanded into the Arab-Israeli regional conflict, often referred to as the "most intractable conflict" in the world. The Arab-Israeli conflict in a broader sense developed mainly between 1948 and 1973, but continues today, mainly in the form of the most localized Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Britain's participation in this became one of the most controversial parts of its Empire's history, and damaged its reputation in the Middle East for generations. According to Elizabeth Monroe, "measured only by British interests, [the Declaration] was one of the biggest mistakes of his imperial history ».

COLLEGE

Native Americans often helped affirm tribal ties and settle disputes by playing A)basketball
B)baseball
C)lacrosse
D)soccer

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They played their own version of basketball
Lacrosse ..... thats the answer

COLLEGE

Though the civil rights movement focused primarily on the rights of, it had the effect of

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Women working and the right to have an abortion.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Why was the city of Venice so wealthy?

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Due to naval trade. As they’re in the middle of Middle East and destinations in Europe

Answer: trade

Explanation: Venice  grew in both wealth and power due to it's ability  to control trade between Europe and the Middle East

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Who did president washington send to negotiate a treaty with the british

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The correct answer is Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and John Jay.

Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and John Jay negotiated the treaty of Paris with the Crown in 1783.


HIGH SCHOOL

The difference between a caliph and a sultan in Islamic history is that

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Both form religious form of government but
Caliphate is the form of government with Shariah law .
Sultan has the secular form of government .
MIDDLE SCHOOL

____were responsible for the most deaths during ww1

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Hello!

I believe the answer is Russia, with a death toll of 3.8 million.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Why do you think the U.S. backed down on its enforcement of the Treaty once gold was discovered in the Black Hills?

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The U.S. backed down on its enforcement of the Treaty because the land was perfect there. Additionally, since more than 1500 individuals had already emigrated there, it was too late for the troops to try to drive them out.

What is Black Hills' gold rush?

The deal would prevent the US from exploiting the black hills' gold reserves. Despite the fact that the treaty was made in an effort to promote peace, the US broke its own agreement because it wanted the resources found on Native American property.

Therefore, the land was so good there that the U.S. gave up on trying to implement the Treaty. Additionally, it was too late for the army to attempt to push them out because more than 1500 people had already gone there.

The official state jewelry of South Dakota is Rushmore Black Hills Gold. The yellow gold grapes with leaf motifs in pink and green gold hues are what distinguish this jewelry as being so special.

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because the land there was really good. it was also too late for the military to attempt to get rid of people because over 1500 had already settled there.

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HIGH SCHOOL

The Senate power of advice and consent does not apply to A. the chief justice.
B. executive orders.
C. federal judges.
D. ambassadors.

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In the United States, the Senate power of advice and consent does not apply to "executive order," since this power refers to the fact that the Senate may approve presidential appointments, such as those of a federal judge. 

The correct answer to this question would be alternative B) "Executive Orders."

The Senate power of advice and consent does not apply to Executive Orders.

The Senate power of advice and consent refers to the fact that the senate has the power to advise and Veto president's selection for certain offices. This includes federal judges and ambassador.

Since this power refers to the fact that the Senate may approve presidential appointments, such as those of a federal judge, it means that it does not apply to Executive Orders.

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