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  • Genealogy History of Computers Israeli History Modern History Nikola Tesla Ohio 7th Grade World History Remembering the Templars Suburb Garden Town Suburban
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  • Human Nutrition Healthy eating habits Historical Rhetorics Megauniversity Ohio 7th Grade World History PsycholARTSical: Psyched about the arts Strategy
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  • By the late Renaissance, many people had many complaints against the Catholic Churches. That was the first move that led to the Reformation. Reformation
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  • The Renaissance left behind a lasting impact on history. The Renaissance began to uncover classical human achievements and the arts, and trade blossomed
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  • Can you imagine living where disease was common, and fighting was of great significance? This time was called Feudalism, the system of obligations that
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  • OhioLINK Purpose: To "provide easy access to information and rapid delivery of library materials throughout the state." [1] Audience: Students and employees
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  • D four the sheriff came knocking on my G door He said, "Young man, come with me and C go Down to the G banks of the D Ohio. G "   Banks Of The Ohio
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  • In the year 1215, King John signed a document known as the Magna Carta or “Great Charter” in Latin. It was created by Nobles who were angry and tired of
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  • There were two social pyramids during the Middle Ages: the social pyramid and the Catholic pyramid. The social pyramid was king at the top, the nobles
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  • Feudalism was not unique to Europe. In Japan, an analogous system was being developed. Japanese feudalism stretched from the twelfth through the nineteenth
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  • Throughout the school year Mr. Holman's and Mr. Pennington's 7th grade social studies class studied many topics. We decided to create a digital textbook
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  • beginning of a multi-year project to create a digital textbook based on the Ohio 7th grade social studies content standards. The first two chapters were completed
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  • Wealth and social class were very important in the middle ages. Everyone had a different part to play in the feudal system to help out in their manor.
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  • There is a reason the Middle Ages were referred to as the “Dark Ages.” They were not literally dark, but metaphorically dark. It was a period in time when
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  • Johannes Geasfleisch zur Lam zum Gutenberg was born sometime in 1400, and he was the youngest child in his family. His father was an upper class clothe
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  • The Black Death was one of the most deadly diseases. It killed 137 million in 3 major outbreaks. The 1st outbreak was called Plaque of Justice it occurred
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  • Some Renaissance scientists thought mathematics could help them understand the universe. Scientists read Ancient texts and expanded on the ideas they found
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  • When the Catholic Church did not allow King Henry VIII to divorce, King Henry decided to make his own church called, The Anglican Church, or more commonly
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  • There were many causes of the Middle Ages, including the Fall of Rome, Viking invaders, Charlemagne, and the spread of Christianity. The fall of Rome
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