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Transcript: Civil War: 1861-1865 an effort by Congress to defuse the sectional and political rivalries triggered by the request of Missouri late in 1819 for admission as a state in which slavery would be permitted. tensions began to rise between pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions 1800 1700 1850 Treaty was signed September 3, 1783 Brought an end the The American Revolution The representatives of the United States, Great Britain, Spain and France signed the Treaty of Paris on this day The Treaty of Paris was ratified by the Continental Congress on January 14, 1884. Key: Was fought in South Carolina Won by the Americans after they Inflicted heavy casualties against british Americans had about 1,000 men the british had about 1,100 General for the British was Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton. The Americans was Brigadier General Daniel Morgan. It Established Americas Government and fundamental laws. In the Articles of confederation the noational government was weak and the states acted small countries. 1900 Lincolns Assassination 1865 Bleeding Kansas is the period of violence during the settling of the Kansas territory. was a series of violent political confrontations in the United States involving anti-slavery "Free-Soilers" and pro-slavery Known as the indecent on King Street by the british. They killed five male civilians and injured six others. It was caused by the growing tension in the colonies after troops appeared and taxes after the Townshend acts Kicked of the Revolutionary war On the night before the battle British troops marched form Boston to concord after a Confrontation in the Lexington town the British were retreating under intense fire Bleeding Kansas 1854 and 1861 On the morning of April 6, 1862 Union forces under General Ulysses S. Grant (1822-85) in southwestern Tennessee Both sides suffered heavy losses, with more than 23,000 total casualties First 10 amendments of the Constitution make up the Bill of Rights It was written by James Madison who was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives The Louisiana Purchase was a land deal between the United States and France the U.S. acquired approximately 827,000 square miles of land west of the Mississippi River for $15 million. Part or all of 15 states were eventually created from the land deal, which is considered one of the most important achievements of Thomas Jefferson’s presidency. Battle at Cowpens 1781 Expansion, Political Reform, & Turmoil: 1815-1861 Lincoln again faced Douglas He was the 16th president of the United States Lincoln received only 40 percent of the popular vote 1860, Lincoln won the party’s presidential nomination. Louisiana Purchase 1803 The Civil Rights Act (1866) was passed by Congress on 9th April 1866 The act declared that all persons born in the United States were now citizens, without regard to race, color, or previous condition. As citizens they could make and enforce contracts, sue and be sued, give evidence in court, and inherit, purchase, lease, sell, hold, and convey real and personal property. 1750 Road to Revolution: 1763 - 1775 Battle of Shiloh 1862 The Young Republic: 1783-1815 It was a negotiation between France and Great Britain It ended the French and Indian War France gave up all territories in the North American Mainland in order to retain the Caribbean Sugar Islands Spain kept the territory west of the Mississippi River and Exchanged the east for Florida and Cuba Revolutionary War: 1775-1783 American History Timeline Civil Rights Act 1866 The Battle of Lexington and Concord 1775 April 15, 1865, Petersen House, Washington, D.C. Killed by John Wilkes Booth attack was five days after sourthern general surrendered. Bill of Rights 1889 Peace Treaty of Paris 1763 Boston Massacre (1770) In the months following the Election of 1876 Republican and Democratic leaders secretly hammered out a compromise to solve the election impasse and address other problems. Under the terms of the agreement, the Democrats agreed to accept the Republican presidential electors (that Rutherford B. Hayes would become the next president), if the Republicans would agree to To... withdraw federal soldiers from their remaining positions in the South To enact federal legislation that would spur industrialization in the South To appoint Democrats to patronage positions in the South To appoint a Democrat to the president’s cabinet. Battle of Gettysburg 1863 Constitution of The United States 1887 Abraham Lincoln’s Election 1860 From February 1864 until the end of the American Civil War (1861-65) In all, approximately 13,000 Union prisoners died at Andersonville Captain Henry Wirz (1823-65), was tried, convicted and executed for war crimes. Andersonville Opens 1864 July 3, 1863 a great victory over Union forces at Chancellorsville Lee ordered an attack by fewer than 15,000 troops on the enemy’s center at Cemetery Ridge. Final Peace Treaty Signed 1783 Battle of Bunker Hill 1775 British Defeated the americans In Massachusetts Even though the

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Transcript: TIMELINE Tayvohn Cole The Vinyl Factory 02/04/2004 1857 1857 Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinsville’s invention of the Phonautograph was given a license by Léon Scott. The Phonautograph was a machine that could print out sound waves and record sound, it was unable to play music. 1877 1877 This man created the first device capable of recording and replaying sound. His preferred innovation was the phonograph. In 1877, a Menlo Park lab developed the first phonograph. The central cylinder was encircled by a strip of tin foil. 1887 1887 Emile Berliner, a German immigrant, received the first patent for a series of advancements that led to the creation of the phonograph, the first successful and popular record player. He also developed a method for producing several copies of a single recording in bulk. 1894 1894 The 7-inch record was invented. As a result, many sizes were tried out after record players became widely available. The standard was 7-inch records for an exceptionally lengthy period. 1901 1901 Although 10-inch records were produced in 1901, the first vinyl records of a standard size did not appear on the market until 1948. 1903 1902 Victor introduced 12-inch discs on their Deluxe label; these could play for up to four minutes, surpassing what were previously unachievable times for the length of a song or speech. All the Victor Grand Concert Band's initial 12-inch releases were conducted by Frederick W. 1925 1925 78s can store up to five minutes of music, whereas 33s can store up to 20 minutes. Records at 78 RPM spin at a quicker rate than those at 33 and 45 RPM. Because 78s have broader grooves than vinyl records, the stylus must likewise be wider. Records played at 78 RPM are mono and can only be heard through one channel. 1931 1931 The first vinyl long-playing record made commercially was released in 1930 by RCA Victor. This modern record had a playback speed of 33⅓ rpm as opposed to 78 rpm, and it had a 12-inch diameter. 1931 came after the lengthy era of 10-inch shellac records. the very first 12" LP vinyl record made by RCA Victor that was marketed for sale. 1948 1948 The first vinyl record was released with support from Columbia Records at the soon-to-be-standard 33 1/3 rpm speed. A 12-inch record's playtime was increased to 21 minutes using microgroove plastic. A replacement for the venerable 10-inch 78 RPM record, the traditional format for distributing music for almost 50 years, was launched by Columbia Records in June 1948, shocking the recorded music industry. 1959 1959 Vinyl records got more affordable because they carry more music per side as the record labels began to record increasingly popular music. Furthermore, a lack of shellac during World War II accelerated the end of the 78 RPM record period. In 1959, the final 78 records were created. 1962 1962 The Philips firm first created the cassette tape, also known as the compact cassette, in 1962 in Belgium. On August 30, 1963, Philips introduced the idea to Europe at the Berlin Radio Show; the following year, in November, it was introduced in the United States. 1982 1982 CDs were made accessible to the public, and they rapidly rose to the top spot for music storage. Music used to be saved and played on vinyl records and cassette tapes before CDs. Present day Present day Records themselves have not altered much, despite advances in sound reproduction technology, and for good reason—better sound. Vinyl provides an analogue sound that reverberates and produces a warm sound that is unique to vinyl.

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Transcript: STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR COLLEGE(UNF) Place Your Logo Here Angelisia Guzman Dr. Walton 5b entrance or placement exams UNF requires an ALEKS Placement, Preparation, and Learning (ALEKS PPL) Assessment to determine readiness for College Algebra and higher level math courses. It is important to take this placement process seriously, as students will only be able to take the level of math the test score supports. All entering first-year students who do not have credit for College Algebra or higher and are pursuing a major that requires College Algebra or higher, must take the math placement test entrance or placement exams placement exam What went well The ALEKS math placement test is available to all first time in college students admitted to UNF who are signed up for New Student Orientation. Students must take the ALEKS test online before registering for any Algebra-based math courses. New first time in college students should take the ALEKS test before their scheduled orientation date so they are able to register for a math course while on campus for Orientation. The ALEKS math placement test is available through Canvas, which you can access through myWings. When in Canvas, select "All Courses", then "2019/2020 Freshman and Transfer Math Placement". Once in Canvas, please review the appropriate content and proceed with the exam when ready. other courses What didn’t go well To help you determine your first writing course at UNF, you should take the Writing Placement online through Canvas before attending your orientation. The UNF Writing Placement consist of 2 sections: (1) you'll watch a short video and then write a brief essay response and then (2) complete a short multiple-choice quiz on your writing and writing history. The quiz questions in Part 2 are in part based on your experience in Part 1, so where possible you should take both parts in one sitting. However, that is not a requirement. Once you've completed the placement in Canvas, your answers will generate a course recommendation. That information is what you'll want to bring with you to your orientation advising. Opportunities UNF provides a comprehensive student financial aid program. Aid eligibility is based on individual need, educational costs and availability of funds. Awards may consist of scholarships, loans, grants, waivers/exemptions and/or work study. Funds are limited; therefore, students are encouraged to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), found at www.fafsa.ed.gov, as soon as possible after it becomes available online on October 1 each year using UNF's FAFSA school code- 009841. The priority consideration date for financial aid is October 15. application for federal financial aid Opportunity 1 Opportunity 1 Inquiries concerning financial aid should be directed to One-Stop Student Services. Please be advised that: If selected for verification, students may be required to provide signed copies of relevant income tax information. Dependent students may also be asked to provide signed copies of parent tax information. Independent, married students may be asked to provide signed copies of spouse tax information. Other information may also be requested to meet federal verification regulation requirements. Student-specific information about financial aid requirements can be found in myWings. To be awarded financial aid, a student must be accepted as degree-seeking and be enrolled in a sufficient number of degree-applicable credit hours. Courses taken in an audit status are not eligible for financial aid, nor can they be considered when determining enrollment for financial aid. For financial aid purposes, full-time enrollment is defined as a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester for undergraduate and post baccalaureate students and a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester for graduate students. Students who enroll less than full-time may have their awards reduced or, in some cases, canceled. Please be advised that certain scholarships and institutional grants require enrollment in 15 credit hours for eligibility. Opportunity 2 factors to think about when choosing your college Here are some of the top factors to consider when choosing a college. -Academic Majors Available. -Affordable Cost of Attendance. -Location, Location, Location. On-Campus Facilities & Amenities. -Student Activities. -Career Services. -Do You Feel at Home on Campus? Goals The University of North Florida offers scholarships for freshman and transfer students at the undergraduate level. UNF is committed to helping students finance their college education. Whether you are seeking a scholarship based on academic achievements or financial need, we offer plenty of options. Read through our advice below or click a link to the left for quick scholarship listings. scholarships and application procedures GOAL 1 Goal 1 High school seniors If you are a high school senior, you should apply for scholarships at the same time as you apply for admission. For GOAL 2

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Transcript: Month 7 Month 4 This presentation shows what happens when a fertilized egg begins to form into a baby. In order for an egg to become fertilized, sperm must penetrate the egg. It takes about 24 hours for a sperm cell to fertilize an egg. When the sperm penetrates the egg, the surface of the egg changes so that no other sperm can enter. Then the baby forms in the uterus for 9 months. Take a look to see how the baby develops during these months. Month 9 Month 6 Baby looks like it will at birth, only skinnier May begin to recognize mother and fathers voice Weighs 3 pounds 2 ounces, measures 10.8 inches Should move 10 times in 2 hours, any less should be reported to a doctor Baby should urinate several times a day Month 3 The baby has full arms, hands,fingers, feet, toes and can open and close its fists and mouths. Fingernails and toenails are beginning to form and external ears are formed. The beginnings of teeth are forming. The baby's reproductive organs also develop, but the baby's gender is difficult to distinguish on ultrasound. The circulatory and urinary systems are working and the liver produces bile. At the end of the third month, the baby is about 7.6 -10 cm (3-4 inches) long and weighs about 28g (1 ounce). The baby's eyelids, eyebrows, eyelashes, nails, and hair are formed, and teeth and bones are becoming denser. The baby can even suck his or her thumb, yawn, stretch, and make faces. The nervous system is starting to function at this point in pregnancy. The reproductive organs and genitalia are now fully developed, and you can see on ultrasound if you are having a boy or a girl. Your baby's heartbeat may now be audible through a Doppler By the end the baby weighs 4 ounces and is 6 in long. Eyelashes, eyebrows, and hair form Spends most of the time sleeping and is able to reach REM sleep Most babies will reach its finial position for delivery should weigh about 5 pounds 5 ounces but will gain 8-12 ounces each week about 12.5 inches long The senses are developing, so it can now taste and touch. Touch may be experimented through thumb-sucking Reproductive organs form Movements of the hands, arms, and legs Breathing of oxygen starts Weighs a little over a pound Premature labor may occur with survival under severe medical attention Month 8 Month 1 Month 5 Hair is beginning to grow on your baby's head, and lanugo, a soft fine hair, covers his or her shoulders, back, and temples. The skin is covered with a whitish coating called vernix caseosa, to protect the skin from the amniotic fluid exposure. You may be able to feel the baby move since he or she has started to exercise her/his muscles. By the end of this month, the baby is 10 in long and weighs from 1 to 1/2 pounds. The amniotic sac forms around the eggs Placenta is also developed by this month to provide nutrition for the baby. A primitive face is formed with dark circles for eyes. The lower jaw and throat are developing Blood cells are developing. By the end of the month the baby is 6-7 mm long Facial features begin to develop. Each ear begins with a little fold of skin. Tiny buds which will eventually grow into legs and arms. Fingers, toes and eyes will also start forming. The neural tube is well formed. The digestive tract and sensory organs start forming Bone replaces cartilage. The embryo starts moving but you can't feel it. By the end of the month the baby is now a fetus, and about 1 in long, weighing about 9.45g. Riya Patel Shannon Dean Month 2 Baby is considered full-term continues to grow half an ounce a day around 13.4 inches in length produces first bowl movement Month By Month Pregnancy The 9 Months of Pregnancy

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