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  SSC - TEKS and TAKS - TEKS Glossary - Grade 8
It declared that all persons born or naturalized in the United States (except Indians) were citizens, that all citizens were entitled to equal rights regardless of their race, and that their rights were protected at both the state and national levels by due process of the law.
In 1866, ten of the eleven Confederate states refused to ratify, but the Military Reconstruction Act, passed by Congress on March 2, 1867, required all seceded states to ratify the amendment as a condition of their re-admission into the union.
Citizens disagreed over the way the document divided power between the states and the national government, the degree to which the rights of states were protected, and the degree to which the rights of citizens were protected.
www.tea.state.tx.us /ssc/teks_and_taas/teks/gloss8.htm   (4335 words)

 SSC - TEKS and TAKS - TEKS Glossary - Grade 5
In 1866, ten of the eleven Confederate states refused to ratify, but the Military Reconstruction Act, passed by Congress on March 2, 1867, required all seceded states to ratify the amendment as a condition of their readmission into the union, and to extend the right to vote to the freedmen.
In 1868, the required number of states ratified the 14th Amendment which declared that all persons born in the United States (except Indians) were citizens, that all citizens were entitled to equal rights regardless of their race, and their rights were protected by due process of the law.
Representation is proportional to each state's population in the House of Representatives while states have equal representation in the Senate.
www.tea.state.tx.us /ssc/teks_and_taas/teks/gloss5.htm   (3943 words)

 [CTRL] [3] THE REVELATION - Washington D.C. and Masonic Symbology,
In Europe, occult leaders were told by their Familiar Spirits as early as the 1740's that the new American continent was to be established as the new "Atlantis", and its destiny was to assume the global leadership of the drive to the New World Order.
People naturally feel that their leaders generally have their best interest at heart whether they be in a democracy or a government of royalty.
As Goodman states in his book, Magic Symbols, "without doubt, the circle is the most important of all units in magic symbolism, and in almost every case where it is used, the circle is intended to denote spirit, or spiritual forces".
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 Border states (Civil War) - Avoo - Ask Us A Question - The term border states refers to the five slave states of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The term border states refers to the five slave states of Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, and western Virginia that were on the border between the Northern Union states and the Southern slave states that formed the Confederate States of America.
In some of these states, there were both pro-Confederate and pro-Union governments, factions and men (sometimes even from the same family) that fought as soldiers on opposite sides in the American Civil War.
As a result of the Union Army's heavy presence in the state and the suspension of habeas corpus by Abraham Lincoln, several Maryland state legislators who were believed to support secession were arrested and imprisoned by Union authorities.
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 The Salt Creek Massacre - Texas State Library
In October 1867, they held a summit with Kiowa and Comanche leaders in Barber County, Kansas, resulting in the Medicine Lodge Treaty.
List of Persons Killed and Wounded in Parker County, June 9, 1867.
General William Tecumseh Sherman once said of war, "It is all hell, boys." Famous in the Civil War for the burning of Atlanta and the devastating "March to the Sea" through Georgia, the fearsome general became commander of the Army in 1869.
www.tsl.state.tx.us /exhibits/indian/showdown/page1.html   (1140 words)

 State Library Publications List
The Texas State Library and Archives Commission produces and distributes more than 300 publications to inform and assist librarians and library users, genealogists, historians, members of state government, records managers, and the general public.
State Library publications are available in paper and microform as noted below.
State Library publications are available in alternate format upon request.
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 Search Results for "List ..."
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A list designating a target, as for attack, coercion, or elimination: had a hit list of executives he wanted fired...
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An old resident of the vicinity stated many years ago that the present Sacred Grove was not there a hundred years ago, but that it was west and a little south of the present wooded area.
Italics were not in the original publication and have been inserted to emphasize that Joseph in his writings did not state that there were leaves on the trees at the time of his 1820 vision.
Pratt, Parley --- To preach to Lamanites (32:1); leader in Ohio and Missouri; attended Kirtland Temple dedication in 1836; editor of the Millenial Star in England; member of the Quorum of Twelve, 1835-1857; arrived in Salt Lake in 1847; in constitutional convention of Deseret; assassinated while on mission, in 1857 at Van Buren, Arkansas.
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 The Christian Statesman, Then and Now -NRA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
It will be the aim of the Editors constantly to secure discussions of the principles of government, and their application to the passing affairs of the nation from the highest sources.
So, as this survey indicates, the matters of concern in 1867 are still issues of concern for Christians today.
The church is thoroughly pluralistic and antinomian in regard to society and the state.
www.natreformassn.org /statesman/04/eddesk1.html   (2148 words)

 Chronicles of Oklahoma
The leaders of the two factions, in 1860, united in the draft of the first written constitution under which a Principal Chief was elected by the members of the tribe.
A new and more serviceable constitution was framed by the progressive leaders in 1867 and under this instrument, the political affairs of the reunited tribe were administered until the United States Government assumed active control of all functions of government.
The Creek constituion of 1867 may be said to be the initial gesture by the tribe toward intelligent, responsible government.
digital.library.okstate.edu /Chronicles/v009/v009p318.html   (5624 words)

 CSU Libraries: Colorado Agricultural Archive: Collection Summaries
Colorado conservationists formed the Colorado State Forestry Association, also known as the Colorado Forestry Association (CFA), in 1884 to support the conservation, management, and renewal of forests through the dissemination of educational materials, promotion of forestry legislation, and creation of forest reserves.
The Records of the Colorado State Forestry Association consists primarily of the correspondence of CFA president William G. Stone with prominent conservationists, government officials and educators of the early 1900s.
The Colorado State Grange was established in the Colorado Territory in 1874 to give support and encouragement to rural and agricultural communities.
lib.colostate.edu /archives/agriculture/collection_sum.html   (3094 words)

 sfbg.com | Film Listings
She falls for a disgraced samurai who convinces the working girl that her body will regenerate to a virginal state if she doesn't take clients for a while.
State agents (including Peter Coyote and James Woods) are dispatched to evacuate the last stubborn-holdout residents before modern technology drowns them.
As the son embarks on his first journey through the Chinese countryside, he discovers his connection to the village communities he serves – and reaffirms the unbreakable bond that links father to son – in a film loaded with metaphor (for better and for worse).
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 Iowa Commission on the Status of African Americans
Shelton is the one HBCU among a chain of quickly improving technical and vocational community colleges in the state.
A state institution with the intimate feel of a small private college, Albany offers an education that is "customizable" to each student's needs.
Harris-Stowe State College, 3026 Laclede Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103 Note: The only HBCU serving the needs of students in St. Louis, the school founded as a teacher's training center allows high school students to take courses that count towards their college credits.
www.state.ia.us /government/dhr/saa/AA_culture/index.html   (2878 words)

 Books About the Plains States
The census is a list of veterans with name, rank, regiment and dates of service.
Discusses the life in pioneer settlements in the state between 1867 and 1897.
One of the 'States and the Nation' series produced jointly with the American Association for State and Local History.
www.jonathansheppardbooks.com /Booklists/plains_states_books.htm   (972 words)

 Oklahoma State History and Information
The highest point in the state is Black Mesa in Cimarron County (4,973 feet); the lowest is due east of Idabel in McCurtain County (287 feet).
Oklahoma is bordered by six states: Texas to the south and west, Arkansas and Missouri to the east, Kansas to the north and Colorado and New Mexico at the tip of the northwestern Oklahoma panhandle.
The official song and anthem of the State of Oklahoma is "Oklahoma," composed and written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein.
www.state.ok.us /osfdocs/stinfo2.html   (3802 words)

 Quia - Reconstruction (1865-1877)
a constitutional amendment which prohibited federal or state governments from denying citizens the right to vote on account of race, color, or condition of previous servitude.
law granting states which were loyal to the union federal lands which could be used to support founding agricultural and mechanical (engineering) colleges.
members of the Republican Party who wanted to strictly punish the southern states and their rebel leaders for their actions during the Civil War and at the same time protect the rights of freedmen.
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 Comprehensive Exam Reading List "Pre-Confederation Canada."
The relation of Canada to the anti-slavery and abolition movements in the United States / Fred Landon.
Rethinking church, state, and modernity : Canada between Europe and America / edited by David Ly on and Marguerite Van Die.
Growth of State Institutions Glazebrook, G. de T. (George Parkin de Twenebroker), 1899- Title The Church of England in Upper Canada, 1785-1867 / G.P. de T. Glazebrook.
www.geocities.com /rightsofmanca/compshall.html   (3582 words)

 Amazon.com: State of the World 2002: Books: Worldwatch Institute   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In State of the World 2002, the Worldwatch Institute's award-winning research team describes how to meet the complex challenges of restoring a sustainable balance between the growing human population, rising levels of consumption, and the threats to the natural systems that support all life on the Earth.
The book provides concerned citizens and national leaders with comprehensive analysis of the global environmental problems we face, together with detailed descriptions of practical, innovative solutions, like charting the most environmentally sound path to a hydrogen-fueled economy, or accelerating the rapidly growing conversion of farmers worldwide to organic farming and sustainable agriculture.
This is the latest annual edition of the indispensable "State of the World," and it should be at the top of your reading list.
www.amazon.com /State-World-2002-Worldwatch-Institute/dp/0393322793   (1920 words)

 ASU Libraries: Primary Sources in History- United States
SCOPE AND CONTENTS: A collection of state papers relating to the first acknowledgement of the sovereignty of the United States and the reception of their minister plenipotentiary by the Netherlands.
It includes correspondence; minutes of meetings, financial reports; membership lists; records of lobbying activities, debates and other publicity efforts; publications (including pamphlets) and press releases; studies conducted by the research department on the social, economic and political effects of Prohibition; and publications by and information on prohibition supporters and the temperance movement.
There are four sections: Alphabetical list of magazine; index by date of first publication; index by place of publication; and general subject index.
www.asu.edu /lib/hayden/ref/his/primary/united_states.htm   (12564 words)

 List of state leaders in 1867 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of state leaders in 1866 - Events of 1867 - List of state leaders in 1868 - State leaders by year
United States - Andrew Johnson, President of the United States (1865-1869)
This page was last modified 14:16, 16 September 2006.
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 MUSEUM STORE BOOK PRICE & TOPIC LIST   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The New Census Edition was originally published at a time in the state's history when highways and trails were being established and improved to accommodate the rapidly growing number of motorists across the country.
A comprehensive study of a state military organization from its origins as a territorial militia during the Civil War, to the close of the 1970s.
Photographs shown on the State Historical Society of North Dakota's web site are taken from the collections of the State Historical Society of North Dakota and may not be included in any publication, printed or online, without the written permission of the Society.
www.state.nd.us /hist/topics.htm   (10645 words)

 Moran (KS01) - Newsletter - This Week in Congress   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Working with local leaders, I am pleased that we were able to obtain funding to complete the restoration of the Commanding Officer’s Quarters.
During its peak use between 1867 and 1878, the building was home to a rotation of roughly 13 commanding officers, including Major General Winfield Hancock and Lieutenant Colonel George Custer.
In the meeting was Dr. Vicki Worrell with Wichita State University, Dr. John Zody with Fort Hays State University and Joyce Ellis from Kansas Wesleyan in Salina.
www.house.gov /apps/list/press/ks01_moran/morenews/email062104.html   (1640 words)

The State Historical Society of Wisconsin presents the first 20 issues of "Freedom's Journal," the first African-American owned and operated newspaper published in the United States.
Hosted by the United States Civil War Center at Louisiana State University, this exhibit explores "the relationship between art and politics in the Civil War era" with over 100 digital images of Confederate notes.
Visitors are warned that some of the content, which is presented to give a true historical picture of the leading 19th century newspaper's view of fl Americans, is considered racially offensive by today's standards.
usinfo.state.gov /usa/blackhis/resource.htm   (3719 words)

Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States, 1882.
Civil War Maps: Annotated List of Maps and Atlases in Map Collections of the Library of Congress.
Biennial Report of the Chief of Staff of the Army of the Unites States July 1943-June 1945 to the Secretary of War.
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Procope, a graduate of Morgan State University, was a marketing and advertising executive at several companies before he joined a consortium that bought The Amsterdam News, a fl newspaper based in Harlem, in 1971.
The editorial said that since fl leaders "hadn't exercised real leadership prior to the flout, there was no established communication with our young people to use as a base for communication when the looters began."
Procope left the newspaper in 1982 to focus on E. Bowman, an insurance company that had been founded by his wife that was one of the first major African-American-owned businesses on Wall Street.
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 Amazon.com: Harriet Beecher Stowe in Florida, 1867 to 1884: Books: Olav Thulesius   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In 1867, Stowe relocated to Mandarin, Florida, to escape the pressures of her antislavery writing and to deal with personal issues.
The author centers his work on Stowe’s time in Florida from 1867 to 1884 and what emerges is a view of a lesser-known side of Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Such questions as why she moved to Florida, how she was received in the South after the Civil War, and what attracted her to Florida are discussed, as well as her role as an early activist for environmental protection.
www.amazon.com /Harriet-Beecher-Stowe-Florida-1867/dp/0786409320   (971 words)

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This work may be used for scholarly and other non-commercial use provided that the Utah State Historical Society is acknowledged as the creator and copyright holder.
The Pearces were called by Mormon leaders to the Dixie Mission in 1861.
Commissioned as a colonel in the Utah cavalry 22 February 1867, John was involved in the Pipe Springs, Arizona incident during the Black Hawk War.
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