Part I climatic Conditions in the United StatesPart I climatic Conditions in the United States
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Muhlenbein, M. (ed.) 2015. Basics in Human Evolution. Elsevier ( in press ). Chapter 27: agriculturalismMuhlenbein, M. (ed.) 2015. Basics in Human Evolution. Elsevier ( in press ). Chapter 27: agriculturalism
Alien species – one introduced to a region after 1492, usually due to human transport either intentional or otherwise
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Christian science monitor feb. 7, 2008, n pChristian science monitor feb. 7, 2008, n p
Atlanta and Boston--the devastation in tiny Atkins, Ark., following a deadly spate of winter tornadoes, hit residents hard as rescuers picked through the rubble of churches and homes Wednesday
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America’s History-Chapter 1 The Native American ExperienceAmerica’s History-Chapter 1 The Native American Experience
Regardless of size or political complexity, the energies and innovations of Native American societies everywhere profoundly transformed American landscapes
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Iowa in the Civil WarIowa in the Civil War
Railroads connected most settled areas in the eastern part of the state and were gradually being extended westward. The Confederate attack on Fort Sumter changed everything. Personal concerns were put aside
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Section 1 – Introduction (12. 1)Section 1 – Introduction (12. 1)
By the mid-1800s, many Americans felt the need for a change, for a fresh start. Like the early settlers who crossed the Appalachians, they migrated westward in search of opportunity
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America’s History-Chapter 1 The Native American ExperienceAmerica’s History-Chapter 1 The Native American Experience
Regardless of size or political complexity, the energies and innovations of Native American societies everywhere profoundly transformed American landscapes
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