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  • World History International: Science Page
    eighteenth century while royal absolutism faced serious problems many learned and thoughtful Europeans held a shining vision of the future They saw civilization advancing toward a future of diminished ignorance brutality and exploitation Most believed that human reason having finally reached its true potential would bring the downfall of Old Regimes which were being recognized as violating recently discovered laws of nature Unlike Saint Augustine who had described a City

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  • World History International: Site Search page
    feature is designed to search all text on all pages looking for the keyword you typed in to the search field You may want to try finding a topic on this site using the Site Map Use this link to search for downloadable audio files Great Speeches By default the search engine tries to locate pages which have exact matches for all of the words entered in your search query

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  • World History International: Poll Question
    From The Pre Sumerian Period To The Present A Collection Of World History Related Essays Documents Maps and Music Oh human race born to fly upward Wherefore at but a little wind does thou so easily fall Dante Polls Take

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  • World History International: Submit Your Essays
    Your History Related Essay Return To Home Page Have you written a history related essay or paper and want to share it with others Submit it to us and we may very well include it on our site Guidelines The essay must be history related Be certain to give the essay a clear title and date so readers will understand what the paper is about No vulgarities or other material

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  • World History International: Submitted Essays
    it is important to the story Date Written 12 26 2006 Canada An Early History SOVEREIGNTY and SPIRITUALITY RE Importance of Treaty of Paris 1763 Submitters name Kathleen M Hill Age Grouping Any though young children would need to have it explained to them by an adult Date Written August 23 2007 THE HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICS From 500BCE to the present Submitters name Mattia Billi Age Grouping school university Date Written June 2004 John Hersey and the Invigoration of the Atomic Bomb Submitters name Scott Wong Age Grouping Grades 9 12 Date Written June 11 2007 Listen to the Story Submitters name Norm Rust Age Grouping All Ages Date Written 11 11 05 An Historical Perspective On God Submitters name Francis X Barden Essay Title An Historical Perspective On God Age Group Adolescent and Beyond Date Written 11 25 2006 The collapse of Tsarism Submitters name T M Essay Title Tsarism collapsed primarily as a consequence of Russia s involvement in WWI To what extent do you agree Age Grouping A level 17 18 yrs Date Written 09 2006 California Gold Rush Submitters name Timothy Braden Essay Title California Gold Rush Age Group Adolescent and Beyond Date Written 12 07 2006 A Glimpse of Humanity Reaching back to the Ancient Sumerians Submitters name Anthony Barnes Essay Title A Glimpse of Humanity Reaching back to the Ancient Sumerians Age Group Adolescent and Beyond Date Written 12 05 2006 Analysis of Akhenaten Submitters name prophetnd Age Group Adolescent and Beyond Date Written Jun 15 2006 The Beliefs and Process of Mummification in Egypt Submitters name amanda099 Age Group Adolescent and Beyond Date Written Jun 11 2006 A History of Class Race and Gender in America Submitters name rootsrocker Age Group Adolescent and Beyond Date Written Jun 14 2006 A history of

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  • World History International: Educational Videos
    industry the Boston Manufacturing Company created an innovative single location manufacturing enterprise at Lowell that depended on the recruitment of female mill workers This workshop debates the impact of this new form of employment on workers for better or for worse Participants investigate the workers experiences first hand through diaries letters published accounts and official mill postings Concerning Emancipation Who Freed the Slaves with Louis P Masur City College of New York This workshop examines the role of the enslaved in bringing about the end of slavery in the United States Through analysis of President Lincoln s attitudes and actions before and during the Civil War and correspondence speeches legislative orders newspaper articles and letters written by African Americans enslaved and free workshop participants debate the influences prompting Emancipation Common Sense and the American Revolution The Power of the Printed Word with Pauline Maier Massachusetts Institute of Technology This workshop explores the power and importance of America s first best seller Using the language of ordinary people Thomas Paine s Common Sense called for revolution challenging many assumptions about government and the colonies relationship with England This workshop contrasts the declarations of local communities with Common Sense to see how support for American independence rose up in the colonies The Virginia Company America s Corporate Beginnings with Pauline Maier Massachusetts Institute of Technology How can primary sources illuminate historical events This workshop tells the story of Jamestown a less than successful example of America s capitalist beginnings and a colony as a business operation Drawing on contemporary accounts workshop participants assume the roles of colonists and shareholders to argue the future of the Virginia Company s settlement at Jamestown Western Civilization To The Fall Of The Byzantines Covering the ancient world through the rise of Christianity to the collapse of the Byzantine Empire This illustrated lecture by Eugen Weber presents a tapestry of political and social events woven with many strands religion industry agriculture demography government economics and art A visual feast of over 2 700 images from the Metropolitan Museum of Art portrays key events that shaped the development of Western thought culture and tradition The Dawn of History The origins of the human race are traced from anthropoid ancestors to the agricultural revolution The Ancient Egyptians Egyptian irrigation created one of the first great civilizations Mesopotamia Settlements in the Fertile Crescent gave rise to the great river civilizations of the Middle East From Bronze to Iron Metals revolutionized tools as well as societies in the empires of Assyria Persia and Neo Babylonia The Rise of Greek Civilization Democracy and philosophy arose from Greek cities at the edge of the civilized world Greek Thought Socrates Plato and Aristotle laid the foundation of Western intellectual thought Alexander the Great Alexander s conquests quadrupled the size of the world known to the Greeks The Hellenistic Age Hellenistic kingdoms extended Greek culture throughout the Mediterranean The Rise of Rome Through its army Rome built an empire that shaped the West The Roman

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  • World History International: World History Essays From Prehistory To The Present
    To The Present A Collection Of World History Related Essays Documents Maps and Music Oh human race born to fly upward Wherefore at but a little wind does thou so easily fall Dante We will not do any special research

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  • World History International: Who We Are
    receives approximately 500 000 visits per month from all over the world and is listed as a major resource for universities colleges high schools middle schools and grade schools The site has been quoted by USA Today CBC and PBS who have referred their visitors to The International World History Project to learn about historical events and people The primary sources used are Ancient Times From Stone To Steel By Robert A Guisepi PhD International Civilization Press 2004 Modern Times From Alchemy To Atoms By Robert A Guisepi PhD International Civilization Press 2005 and Ancient Voices A History of the Mesopotamian World By Robert A Guisepi PhD International Civilization Press 1994 Source Material Used Most essays have the author listed on the page Some of the sources consulted were primary historical documents The American Library of Congress The Story of Civilization by Will and Ariel Durant Plutarch s Lives The Rise and Fall of Great Powers by Paul Kennedy The Splendor That Was Egypt by Margaret Murray Barbarians Within The Gates of Rome By Burns On The Origins of War by Donald Kagan The Twelve Caesars by Michael Grant Roman Myths by Michael grant Adolf Hitler by John Toland Carthage A History by Serge Lancel The Civil War by Shelby Foote The American Civil War by Bruce Caton The Greek Way and The Roman Way by Edith Hamilton Lucy by Donald Johanson A History of The Ostrogoths by Thomas Burns Thomas Jefferson by Fawn Brodie Theories of History Edited by Patrick Gardiner The Oxford Companion to World War Two Thorkild Jacobsen The Sumerian Kinglist Mesopotamia Cosmogony Cosmology Robert A Guisepi historian editor author consultant and primary contributor to this site as well as several other web sites Will The International World History Project Do Any Re search For Me NO

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