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  1. Evidence of early life in North America continues to be found. Little of it, however, can be reliably dated before 12,000 B.C.; a recent discovery of a hunting look-out in northern Alaska, for exam-ple, may date from almost that time. So too may the finely crafted spear points and items found near Clovis, New Mexico.
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Us History I Assignmentsmac's History Dbq

US History Assignments

In this section you will find a majority of the assignments given throughout the year for Mr. Dalton's 8th Grade History class. Students can and should utilize this site to keep up to date on missing/late assignments.
PowerPoints on this site are the exact same ones used for lectures and discussions in class. These PowerPoints are invaluable for making up notes missed from absences.
Below are a list of programs that may be needed in order to view the assignments in this section. Please use the top navigation panel to access assignments for each particular Unit.
Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer
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This will clear your Bing search history on this device. You can't undo it. Learn and Practice for the U.S. Naturalization Test. From the National Museum of American History and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. US History Unit 1 study guide study guide by stephanieg10 includes 35 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.


Timelines help us understand history. They also tell us what happened when and how much time went by between events. These sites give you example of timelines and help you understand how to make one and why they are important.

How to Make a Timeline
This easy-to-understand article helps you make a timeline. Take a handful of events, match them to the dates they happened, and you have a timeline.

Timelines of American History
Follow the development of the United States of America, from the earliest days to the present.

Make your own timeline

Animated Atlas: U.S. History
A timeline of American history

History and Biography Timelines for Kids
Find out more about the fantastic 1700s! This was the century of the American Revolution, the Constitution, and the invention of the steam engine. This timeline focuses mainly on American, British, and French events.

History of the World: By Continent
Click on the continent to get a timeline of the history of that continent.

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