By David Ferriby
AQA authorized Create a stimulating, well-paced instructing direction during the 2016 GCSE historical past specification utilizing this tailored sequence that pulls on a legacy of market-leading historical past textbooks and the person topic specialisms of the writer crew to encourage pupil good fortune. - inspire your scholars to deepen their topic wisdom via an enticing and thought-provoking narrative that makes old strategies obtainable and fascinating to trendy newbies - Embed innovative talents improvement in each lesson with conscientiously designed concentration initiatives that inspire scholars to query, examine and interpret key themes - Take scholars' old figuring out to the following point through the use of a wealth of unique modern resource fabric to inspire wider mirrored image on assorted classes - aid your scholars in achieving their capability at GCSE with revision counsel and perform questions geared in the direction of the replaced overview version, plus worthwhile recommendation to help examination practise - optimistically navigate the hot AQA specification utilizing the professional perception of skilled authors and academics with reading event This unmarried center textual content includes: All 4 interval experiences: - the United States, 1840-1895: enlargement and consolidation - Germany, 1890-1945: Democracy and dictatorship - Russia, 1894-1945: Tsardom and communism - the US, 1920-1973: chance and inequality the next wider global intensity stories: - clash and pressure, 1894-1918 - clash and stress, 1918-1939 - clash and pressure among East and West, 1945-1972 - clash and stress in Asia, 1950-1975
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From 1 7 8 6 r unaway slaves were helped to escape northwards a long a secret ro ute, by a secret networ k. In the period 1840 - 60, an estimated 50,000 slaves were he lped to escape and sett le in the Northern states or in Canada. One nota ble individ ua l associated with this was Harriet Tu bman, born c. 18 2 2 and died 10 March 19 13, A u b urn, New Yor k State. She was born a s lave, escaped and made many trips bac k into the So uth to help others to escape too. She he lped John Brown recr uit men for his raid on Harpers Ferry (see page 24), was a Union spy d uring the Civi l War and afterwards wor ked for women 's SUFFRAGE .
This would lead in turn to bankruptcy or starvation. For the Mormons of Salt Lake City, irrigation was a solution but out on the Great Plains there were no rivers or lakes from which to draw water. Wells were a possible solution but digging a well was expensive and gave no guarantee of finding water. 1 America Extremes of weather The extremes of weather were a major problem. Drought in summer and cold in winter could damage or destroy crops. In Kansas, for example, no rain fell between January 1859 and November 1860.
Pub l tsl\ed ST. VI'Ell£(\ , 206 t'f IIIIIWI 1 Stu d y S o u rce 8 . Look at t h e fig u re o n t h e l eft of t h e p i ct u re . W h o d o e s h e represent a n d how d o you know t h i s ? 2 What sort of bag is he carrying a n d what 3 What sort of h o u s e or property is shown 4 U s i n g these deta i l s a n d a nyth i n g else you does h e h ave i n it? o n t h e r i g h t of t h e p i c t u re? The other group of white Republicans were Southerners, mostly poorer farmers from the mountain regions of the Southern states.
Understanding the Modern World by David Ferriby