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The population between 50 and 100 million people, of which about 10 million lived in North America.America was not a vacant wasteland awaiting the arrival of “civilized Europeans” People in here speak language as Siouan, Algonquian, and Iroquoian. Relying on agriculture, fishing, hunting, and trapping.=> People of the Eastern Woodlands built stable villages In the early of 16th century, European started colonizing America. GROUP 2 LÊ THỊ CẨM TÚ NGUYỄN THỊ TƯỜNG VI NGUYỄN THỊ THÚY NGA PHAN THỊ MAI NGUYỄN TRƯƠNG NHÃ UYÊN I AMERICA BEFORE INDEPENDENCE PRE-COLONIAL AMERICA COLONIAL OF AMERICA I AMERICA BEFORE INDEPENDENCE PRE-COLONIAL AMERICA Cultural areas of pre-Colonial North America The population between 50 and 100 million people, of which about 10 million lived in North America America was not a vacant wasteland awaiting the arrival of “civilized Europeans” I AMERICA BEFORE INDEPENDENCE PRE-COLONIAL AMERICA I AMERICA BEFORE INDEPENDENCE PRE-COLONIAL AMERICA There is a rich environment based on the vast stock of fish, especially salmon and abundant edible of plant The large fish annually make their way upstream to spawn I AMERICA BEFORE INDEPENDENCE PRE-COLONIAL AMERICA - People in here speak language as Siouan, Algonquian, and Iroquoian GREAT LAKES - Relying on agriculture, fishing, hunting, and trapping => People of the Eastern Woodlands built stable villages I AMERICA BEFORE INDEPENDENCE PRE-COLONIAL AMERICA - They lived in birch-covered wigwams or in rectangular longhouses - They also use light birchbark canoes to communicate with other tribes Birch-covered wigwams Rectangular longhouses I AMERICA BEFORE INDEPENDENCE COLONIAL AMERICA - In 1492, Columbus discovered the “New World”- America * CIVIL RIGHTS OF AMERICAN -The issue that dominated American politics in the 1950s and 1960s was civil rights This video told you about nonviolent rights to each stage: +JIM CROW LAWS + WORLD WAR I AND WAR II AND CIVIL RIGHTS + CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1957 +MARCH ON WASHINGTON +CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 +BLOODY SUNDAY +VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965 -Numerous Presidents attempted to improve the situation of black people in American society -President Truman appointed the first black judge in the Federal court system and some progress was made towards racial integration in schools, restaurants and transportation in the South by Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson, despite congressional opposition -The blacks themselves, led by people like the Reverend Martin Luther King, became increasingly active in attempting to improve their status and numerous non-violent protests began in 1960 to speed up the end of segregation -In mid-1960s these mass demonstration often degenerated into violent clashes, as the militant Black Power movements replace the non-violent organizations -The civil rights movement was a struggle for social justice that took place mainly during the 1950s and 1960s for blacks to gain equal rights under the law in the United States *RIGHT-WING RECONSTRUCTION The election of Ronald Reagan and a Republican administration in 1980 led to an attempt to cut back the amount of national government finance available for non-defence spending especially social programs Thuds together with tax cuts proved popular and helped the nation enter a period of non-inflationary growth Reagan received the highest number of electoral votes ever won by a non-incumbent presidential candidate Abroad Reagan replace the policy of détente with a tougher line against the Soviet Union, which he called the 'evil empire' Towards the end of his second term, however, President Reagan adopted a softer line in foreign affairs, at least towards the Soviet Union Urged on by massive peace movements in Western world, the two superpowers made significant progress towards nuclear disarmament, a process which was continued by Reagan's successor as President, George Bush Questions: Which problem was dominated the US politics in the 1950s and 1960s? A A Civil Rights B Right-Wing Reconstruction The policy of détente with a tougher line against the Soviet Union , what did Abroad Reagan call ? A Admirable empire B B Evil empire ... consisted mainly the landless, the unemployed and those in search of religious freedom - The most famous of these settlers were the “Pilgrim Fathers” - The colonist failed to recognize the existing... The Native American Indians and the Europeans were literally from different worlds - neither understanding the culture of the other The beliefs, customs, languages, behavior and way of life of. .. September 1774) The Declaration of Independence (4 July 1776) - The American War of Independence lasted over six years - The French entered the war, after the American victory in the battle of Saratoga
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