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doc ico  Ch 5 Sect 3-Item #3

State Flag of Coahuila y Tejas, Mexico – 1824 / 1836 ... and canning, (cooked food sealed in cans to preserve them to eat later). She died at 82. Many call her the Mother of Texas… So do we!!! By 1825, more than 1,300 settlers lived in the colony. In 1823, Austin established a town, San Felipe de Austin.
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doc ico  Chapter 17: Reading Guide: The West and the World

The title for this unit is “The World Shrinks” yet that terminology is never explicitly defined. What meaning is the author trying to convey by using that phrase to define the period between 1450 and 1750?
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13. List four of Pecos Bill’s larger-than-life accomplishments in this tall tale. lasso a cyclone, drag water from this Rio Grande and Gulf of Mexico. 14. How does this description of the Hell’s Gate Gang help you visualize what is happening? “They dropped their dinner plates, and their faces turned as white as bleached desert bones.
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doc ico  USING VERB TENSES - VOBS

Terrible things were done to me: I was robbed, then I was beaten, and finally I was killed. But then the nightmare changed into a beautiful dream: I seemed to be in some sort of paradise, where all the people were very beautiful and nice, and I was constantly being hugged and kissed.
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I would never begin to understand how so many people could eat some variation of tacos for every meal. However, I learned that you shouldn’t fix what isn’t broken and a really good taco tastes especially delicious in Mexico, even if it’s the third taco you have had that day. Though there were many struggles associated with being a gringa.
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doc ico  Coates Coastal Marine Environments & Geology

The authors open up with the statement that closure of the Central American isthmus has been the most pivotal event in the last 10 million years of Earth history. This is quite a statement! List five key things that happened, one leading to the next, that they cite.
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doc ico  THE GARBAGE PROJECT & “THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF US”

Bernache, G. 1994 A Diachronic Study of Household Food Acquisition and Consumption Strategies in Central Urban Mexico: An Anthropological Approach. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Arizona, Tucson AZ.
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doc ico  Nova Tabula Americae - University of Maine System

Mexico (Hint: by a lake in modern day Mexico) ... in some places they eat mens flesh, and pray to the Devil, and bothe to the Sonne and Moune. They speake not all one language. ... formerly, worshippers of Images, and ate the flesh of men. But since they have received the Baptisme the forsake such things. In the wars they use piles, and slings ...
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doc ico  food.berkeley.edu

Just/Food: Episode 1. You’re listening to Just/Food, a podcast about the complex web of people and places behind what we eat. This is the first in a series brought to you by the Berkeley Food Institute at the University of California, Berkeley.
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doc ico  Supplemental Notes - Anthropology of Childhood

Barbara Hanawalt, exploring various textual sources, finds ample evidence of children in medieval England, and, in fact, is able to document consistent variation in children’s lives as a function of their social standing: “By 1400 professional toy-makers had shops in Nuremburg and Augsburg and began to export their wares to Italy and France.
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doc ico  KEY POINTS: Chapter 12 - whappodcast.com

What people entered central Mexico following the decline of Teotihuacan? Toltecs. What was the Toltec capital? Tula. What was the relationship between the Toltecs and their predecessors in central Mexico? The Toltecs conquered the Mayans. How did the Aztecs view the cultural achievements of the Toltecs? Givers of civilization
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doc ico  Answers: 1-d 2-a 3-a 4-d 5-b 6-d 7-d 8-d 9-d 10-c 11-a 12 ...

a. eat oranges from his trees b. escape solitary confinement c. hold evangelistic meetings d. sell books in his town 7. In their worship, the prisoners _____. a read the Bible b. sang songs c. were shot at d. all of these 8. Many gave up their faith because of _____.
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doc ico  www.lcps.org

Natural resources: Things that come directly from nature. Human resources: People working to produce goods and services. Capital resources: Goods produced and used to make other goods and services. Examples of Natural resources. The fish American Indians caught, wild animals they hunted, and crops they grew were examples of natural resources.
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doc ico  Natural Science 100 Lecture - Orange Coast College

Natural Science 100 Review for the 4 Ecology Questions (Lecture 17) on your N.S. 100 Final ... the carbon is transferred to the animals that eat the plants and the animals that eat other animals, (2) that dead plants and animals transfer the carbon to decomposers (bacteria, fungi), (3) that decomposers, animals and plant all make carbon dioxide ...
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