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Standard 3.5.1.HS

3.5.1.HS Investigate and explain the economic, social, and political motivations behind human exploration of Earth.

Grade(s): 3

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2019

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Ancient Rome, Part I | History In A Nutshell
Ancient Rome, Part I | History In A Nutshell

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The introduction to Ancient Rome covers Rome's earliest days! Rome began as a monarchy, with its first king being Romulus, in 753 B.C. Rome would be ruled by seven kings, and with the deposition of...
Ancient Rome, Part III | History In A Nutshell
Ancient Rome, Part III | History In A Nutshell

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Rome had transitioned from a republic, to imperial rule. The previous civil wars left Rome in ruins, but Augustus Caesar repaired Rome, and ushered in a two hundred year period of stability known as...
Ancient Rome, Part II | History In A Nutshell
Ancient Rome, Part II | History In A Nutshell

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Rome faced numerous conflicts during the days of the Republic, including defending the Italian peninsula against the Gauls, and fighting three 'Punic Wars' against its rival neighbor, Carthage. Rome...
The French Huguenot Exodus | Hanover House
The French Huguenot Exodus | Hanover House

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The beginning is about the house’s original owner, Paul de St. Julien’s family, and their French Huguenot origins. They moved to Charleston, S.C. to escape religious and political persecution, when...
Gullah Glossary | GullahNet
Gullah Glossary | GullahNet

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benne wafer (ben.ne wa.fer) n. - a cookie made with sesame seeds and eaten for good luck; introduced by slaves from West Africa. / cast (cast) v. - to throw or fling. chaff (chaff) n. - lightweight...
Gullah History | Gullah Net
Gullah History | Gullah Net

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From West Africa During the late 1600s, English settlers in the new colonies needed more workers to farm thousands of acres of land on Sea Island plantations. Although some of the workers were Native...