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Mini-Qs in American History

Mini-Qs in American History

Volume 1

Twelve High-Interest Units of Study

  • Cabeza de Vaca: How Did He Survive?
  • Early Jamestown: Why Did So Many Colonists Die?
  • What Caused the Salem Witch Trial Hystereia of 1692?
  • Valley Forge: Would You Have Quit?
  • How Did the Constitution Guard Against Tyranny?
  • How Free Were Free Blacks in the North?
  • Remembering the Alamo: A Personal Journal
  • Was the United States Justified in Going to War With Mexico?
  • The California Gold Rush: A Personal Journal
  • What Was Harriet Tubman’s Greatest Achievement?
  • The Battle of Gettysburg: Why Was It a Turning Point?
  • North or South: Who Killed Reconstruction?

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Mini-Qs in American History

Volume 2

Twelve High-Interest Units of Study

  • North or South: Who Killed Reconstruction?
  • The Long Drive: Will You Re-Up Next Year?
  • The Philanthropy of Andrew Carnegie: Did It Make Him a Hero?
  • Should the United States Have Annexed the Philippines?
  • Progressivism: Where Will You Put Your Million Dollars?
  • Prohibition: Why Did America Change its Mind?
  • What Caused the Dust Bowl?
  • Why Did Japan Bomb Pearl Harbor?
  • Berlin, Korea, Cuba: How Did the US Contain Communism?
  • Politics or Principle: Why Did L.B.J. Sign the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
  • What Made Cesar Chavez an Effective Leader?
  • Should the US Drill for Oil in Alaska’s Wilderness?

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