4th Grade States and Capitals: Northeast, Southeast, Midwest
#1. Arkansas - AR Little Rock #2. Louisiana - LA Baton Rouge #3. Mississippi - MS Jackson #4. Alabama - AL Montgomery #5. Tennessee - TN Nashville #6. Kentucky - KY Frankfort #7. West...
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The ABC's of PSU
#1. Who wrote the Penn State Alma Mater? - Frederick Lewis Pattee #2. What were the original colors for the Penn State football team? - Pink and Black by popular student vote #3. Which Penn State in...
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#1. Benjamin Franklin (BICHE) - Author of Poor Richard's Almanac, a popular piece during the 1730s, promoted concept of work being rewarding Deist, organized American Philosophical Society #2. Iroqu...
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#1. Nat Turner (ANDERSON) - He was a slave in Virginia, born in 1800. In August 1831, he led a small rebellion with six other slaves and went house to house, killing every white man, woman, and child...
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#1. Judith Sargent Murray (BHATIA) - Publisher of a series of essays that aruged in favor of education for women saying it amkes women confident and essentially equals to men. #2. Mary Wolstonecraft ...
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#1. James Madison (VEERAMANI) - James Madison was the greatest proponent of the Constitution and did everything in his power for ratification. He was a member of Congress and Jefferson's Secretary of...
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#1. Andrew Jackson (BHATIA) - Seventh President who was originally a military hero from the battle of new Orleans. He had a popular image as a westerner and adopted the Spoils system to civil service...
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TAP Chapter 28
#1. John F. Kennedy (BHATIA) - President during the time of war and abundance. He was greatly known throughout the US as he was admired by many. He was shot in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas on a polit...
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#1. Captain John Smith (PENG) - Captain John Smith was very skillful and resourceful, saving the Plymouth Colony from starvation and destruction by the Native Americans. He negotiated with Powhatan ...
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#1. John Wilkes Booth (VEERAMANI) - Actor who succeed with Shakespeare roles, but lived in his actor brother's shadow. He was a slavery fanatic who made many plans to kidnap Lincoln - none of which w...
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#1. George McClellan (PENG) - First Union general, appointed by Lincoln (even though McClellan thought the president was a dunce); superb administrator and organizer, but lacked decisiveness; for all...
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#1. Roger Williams (PENG) - English Puritan minister; educated at Cambridge; came over to Massachusetts in 1631; ideas of religious freedom, separation of church and state, peaceful coexistence (not ...
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#1. Colin Powell (VEERAMANI) - Colin Powell had a prominent (and popular) career in military and public service, and eventually rose to the rank of a four star general. He fought in two tours in Viet...
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