Lycée Haroun Tazieff 2015 – 2016

The 13th Amendment: the Abolition of Slavery

Abraham Lincoln was the president of the USA who decided to abolish slavery on Febuary the 1st in 1865. The Senate and Abraham Lincoln created the 13th Amendment  and signed it on December the 6th in 1865 at the end of the civil war. All the americans in the USA were involved. The creation of … Continuer la lecture »

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The U.S Constitution

The U.S Constitution was signed on September the 17th, 1787 by the Constitutional Convention and Georges Washington in Philadelphia, after the American independence. The Constitution etablished America’s national governement, laws and the rights for the citizens. It created the U.S.A and the twenty seven first states. Thanks to the Constitution, The U.S.A aren’t dependent on … Continuer la lecture »

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The 19th Amendment : Women’s Right to Vote.

Since August 18th, 1920, the nineteenth Amendement to the United States Constitution gives the right to vote to women throughout the union. This law took a long time to be accepted. Today, women have the same rights as men, so they are equal.

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The Mayflower and the Settlement of the First Colonists

In September 1620, 102 british colonists sailed across the Atlantic Ocean, from Plymouth in the South of England to America. It was a long trip with their ship, the Mayflower. The living-conditions were very hard and there were rats. The goal of this event was to start a new life. They wanted to start from … Continuer la lecture »

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The March on Washington

In the Southern States of America, black people were segregated. Martin Luther King encouraged them to protest against segregation, with non-violent actions. He organised many marches, the most famous being the march on Washington on August 28th 1963. At the end of this march Martin Luther King stepped on Lincoln Memorial and said the most … Continuer la lecture »

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The First Transcontinental Railroad in the USA

The First Transcontinental Railroad was built in the 1860’s. The main line was officially completed on May, 10 1869. He connects the well-developped rail network on the east coast with California. The railroad was build so as to connect the rail network of the east to the pacific coast during the American Civil war ! … Continuer la lecture »

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The 19th Amendment to the U.S Constitution : Women’s Right to Vote.

Since August 18, 1920, the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution gives the right to vote to women throughout the Union.Secretary Bainbridge Colby certified the ratifacation on august 26.1920, changing the face of the electorate America forever.

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Boston Tea Party

The event is the Boston Tea Party wich took place in 1773 in Boston. What happened ? The Boston’s people threw shipment of tea. The people ivolved are the resident who lives in Boston. The goal is to wear costume to look like Indians. Now, the impact on today’s America is that the America is … Continuer la lecture »

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The U.S Constitution

The U.S Constitution was created by Georges Washington on September the 17 1787 in Philadelphia.

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Appolo 11

Appolo 2 is a programme of the Nasa appear in 25 may 1961 and during to 1975. The goal of the appolo is take advence on other country. Neil Amstrong is the most famous astronote because he walk in the moon and there are very people are involved for the first take off. The impact … Continuer la lecture »

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U.S Constitution

In 1787, the U.S Constitution was signed by Georges Washington in Philadelphia. This constitution create the U.S and the twenty-seven first states. Today there are fifty-four states. Georges Washington was the first presindent of U.S from 1787 to 1791.

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Apollo 11

The text deals whit Apollo 11, a mission which have the goal of wolk on the moon for the 1rst time on July, 1969.The persons involved were Neil Amstrong and Edwin Aldrin « Buzz ». The goal of this mission was to walk on the moon and return to the earth alive. The event is one of … Continuer la lecture »

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The Thirteenth Amendment of the US Constitution

The law written by Abraham Lincoln (16th president of USA) is called « The thirteenth amendment ». It deals with the abolition of the slavery and was voted on February 1st, 1865. The goal of this event was to abolish slavery and  stop the civil war. The people involved was the slaves, in particular dark-skinned people.

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The 19th Amendment to the U.S.Constitution : Women’s Right To Vote

For win the right to vote, it required a longthy and difficult struggle. Victory took decades of agitation and protest. In 1800, womens organized petitions to win the right to vote but finally the amendment was first introduced in Congress in 1878. 9 westens states adopted women suffrage in 1912. New York adopted women suffrage … Continuer la lecture »

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The Mayflower

In 1620 and 1621, americains helped people to leave England. The people would to rebuild ans nem life in America. The American helped them with the Mayflower the ship of the expedition. They accosted in a new world. In the Mayflower they was 100 passengers. In this new world, without the help oh Native amercians … Continuer la lecture »

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