ABC’s of America

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ABC’s of America:

ABC’s of America Ashlyn Keller 7 th HR May 3,2011

Amerigo Vespucci :

Amerigo Vespucci Amerigo Vespucci was an Italian explorer, navigator and cartographer. He proved that Christopher Columbus was wrong and now America is named after Amerigo.

Bald eagle:

Bald eagle The bald eagle stands for spirit of freedom for the United states.

Culture:

Culture America is full of different cultures.

Delaware:

Delaware Delaware was one of the first states to ratify the constitution.

English Bill of Rights:

English Bill of Rights The English Bill of Rights was an act declaring the rights and liberties of citizens.

Freedom:

Freedom Freedom is a very important part of the United states history.

Geography:

Geography America is in the Western hemisphere of the world. It has 50 states; some with mountains and some with deserts.

House of Representatives:

House of Representatives The house of representatives consists of the legislative, executive, and judicial branch. The house of representatives is a very important part of the United states.

Independence:

Independence Independence is the freedom from the control, influence, support , aid, or like from others.

Jacksonian Democracy:

Jacksonian Democracy The Jacksonian Democracy was a movement for more democracy in American government in the 1830s.

Korean War:

Korean War The Korean War was a war in the 1950’s between North Korea and China. Korea was aided by the United States.

Liberty bell:

Liberty bell The Liberty bell was a relic and a symbol of the American Revolutionary War.

Mayflower compact:

Mayflower compact The mayflower compact was an agreement to establish a government, entered into by the Pilgrims in the cabin of the Mayflower  on November 11, 1620.

Napoleon Bonaparte:

Napoleon Bonaparte Napoleon Bonaparte was a french general born in Corsica.

Obama:

Obama Obama is the 44 th president of the United States .

Presidents:

Presidents A president is the highest executive officer of a modern republic.

Quakers:

Quakers A Quaker is the member of the Religious Society of friends.

Religion:

Religion Religion a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe.

Symbolism:

Symbolism Symbolism is the practice of representing things by symbols, or of investing things with a symbolic meaning or character.

Thirteen Colonies:

Thirteen Colonies The thirteen colonies were the first states to enter the United states of America .

United states of America:

United states of America The United States of America is a federal republic mainly in North America consisting of 50 states .

Veterans:

Veterans A Veteran is a person who has served in a military force, especially one who has fought in a war.

Washington D.C:

Washington D.C Washington D.C is the Capital of America. It is were the president lives.

Xenophobia:

Xenophobia Xenophobia is an unreasonable fear or hatred of foreigners or strangers.

Yorktown:

Yorktown Yorktown is a village in Virginia: surrender (October 19, 1781) of Cornwallis to Washington in the American Revolution.

Zackary Taylor:

Zackary Taylor Zachary Taylor was a poet and novelist .

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