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History Class for Kupika High!

Hey, looks like you've made it to my history class. I'm Ms. Heins. But you can call me by my first name which just happens to be Christy. Well, i'm your American History teacher for this semester. Thanks for joining American History. My hope for this class is to learn a bit more about our countries background, and history. I'm not going to stuff it down your throat, but I will be firm and give fair grades. Please TRY YOUR HARDEST, otherwise I won't give you the grade that you could be having. Instead of having an A you'd get an -A. Instead of that B that you want, you'll get a -B. I will inform sweetangel of your progress as we go through the three weeks. Here is a link to kupikahigh home Here is what we will do. As soon as class starts, I will post a topic in which you will have to research and write me an essay on. It must be atleast 7 full, and discriptive sentences. You must try your hardest at spelling, and propper grammer. I do not claim to be the best at these things since you will probably find many mistakes in my grammer, and spelling. But thank you for reading. I will be a bit more together as we progress into the semester. ~Chirsty Heins
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Hosting The American Revolution refers to the period during the last half of the 18th century in which the Thirteen Colonies that became the United States of America gained independence from the British Empire. In this period, the Colonies rebelled against the British Empire and entered into the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783. This culminated in an American declaration of independence in 1776, and victory on the battlefield in 1781. France played a key role in aiding the new nation Americans with money and munitions, organizing a coalition against Britain, and sending an army and a fleet that played a decisive role at Yorktown. The Americans however were revolting against royalty and aristocracy and consequently did not look at France as a model. The Revolution included a series of broad intellectual and social shifts that occurred in the early American society, such as the new republican ideals that took hold in the American population. In some states sharp political debates broke out over the role of democracy in government. The American shift to republicanism, as well as the gradually expanding democracy, caused an upheaval of the traditional social hierarchy, and created the ethic that formed the core of American political values.[1] The revolutionary era began in 1763, when the military threat to the colonies from France ended and Britain imposed a series of taxes which the colonists considered to be illegal. After protests in Boston the British sent combat troops; the Americans mobilized their militia and fighting broke out in 1775. Although Loyalists were about 15-20% of the population, the Patriots usually controlled 80-90% of the territory, for the British could only hold a few coastal cities. The height of the Revolution came in 1776, with the unanimous Declaration of Independence by the 13 states which formed the United States of America. The Americans formed an alliance with France in 1778 that evened the military and naval strengths. Two main British armies were captured at Saratoga in 1777 and Yorktown in 1781, leading to peace with the Treaty of Paris in 1783, with the recognition of the United States as an independent nation bounded by British Canada on the north, Spanish Florida on the south, and the Mississippi River on the west.[2] Photobucket -
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sweetangelgal says:   6 March 2007   928863  
I'll edit them and get my helper over here to, well, help
Reina says:   6 March 2007   324523  
hi. I am in your class right
Historyfreak101 says:   6 March 2007   794337  
No your not. But you can be if you want.
Historyfreak101 says:   6 March 2007   936223  
You assignment will be to write an essay on  'What the causes of the american
revolution were' and a bit about it. Make sure it has atleast 500 words.
Historyfreak101 says:   6 March 2007   775454  
Oops. My fault, I must have seen the names wrong. Yes dear, your in my class. I'm so
sorry. Forgive me?
sweetangelgal says:   6 March 2007   288398  
I'll be in this class. I test out all of them. 
Historyfreak101 says:   6 March 2007   181697  
That works for me. Just be sure to finish the assignment given. You can(since you
don't live in America) search it via google. Your essays are due in one weeks time.
You can ask me questions on it, and feel free to mail me as often as needed. Plus I
like getting asked questions. Makes me feel usfull.
Bernie says:   6 March 2007   984651  
omg i didnt no there was requiered work 4 kupika high! im so swamped w/ hw already!
Historyfreak101 says:   6 March 2007   118238  
You should have asked befor you joined the classes your in. It shouldn't take to
long to write an essay with 9 complete sentences. It shouldn't take more then 15
Historyfreak101 says:   6 March 2007   872474  
Just try your best. I know you can do it!
Historyfreak101 says:   6 March 2007   796932  
Besides, your the art teacher arn't you? Hannah tells me that your giving her home
work to do.. Draw somthing, or what not?
Bernie says:   6 March 2007   482567  
drawing isnt really work. besides im not giving grades.
Historyfreak101 says:   6 March 2007   588516  
Well i'm easy to get good grades with. And yes, drawing is work. Fun, but never the
less work. Just make sure its well written though. Otherwise I may not be to kind
with grades. And yes, you can have it due by satterday. Your papers are now due on
Satterday at the LATEST.
sweetangelgal says:   6 March 2007   556514  
I know a lot about American history. I was studied in American things, not most
sweetangelgal says:   6 March 2007   239844  
The bosten tea party, taxes, Declaration of Independence, etc.
Historyfreak101 says:   7 March 2007   566148  
Good, good. I hope you do as well as well as I think you will.
TaTa22 says:   9 March 2007   494284  
when do i start? i just joined does that mean when sweetangelgal puts me
on the list?
TaTa22 says:   9 March 2007   727128 already in. so i just do the essay?
Historyfreak101 says :   10 March 2007   285381  
Yes, you just do the essay.
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