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[Summary]Maine Secretary of State Kids: Detailed History Detailed History Extract from Maine Almanac (1980) by Jim Brunelle Maine is a product of the Ice Age. The last glacier was responsible for cutting what had been a relatively straight coastline into the

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Maine Secretary of State Kids: Detailed History

Detailed History

Extract from Maine Almanac (1980) by Jim Brunelle

Maine is a product of the Ice Age. The last glacier was responsible for cutting what had been a relatively straight coastline into the hundreds of bays, inlets and picturesque harbors we know today. The receding ice sheet formed the 2,000 or so islands found off the Maine coast.

The Missouri Compromise [ushistory.org]

23c. The Missouri Compromise

Most white Americans agreed that western expansion was crucial to the health of the nation. But what should be done about slavery in the West?

The contradictions inherent in the expansion of white male voting rights can also be seen in problems raised by western migration. The new western states were at the forefront of more inclusive voting rights for white men, but their development simultaneously devastated the rights of Native American communities. Native American rights rarely became a controversial public issue. This was not the case for slavery, however, as northern and southern whites differed sharply about its proper role in the west.

The History of Missouri

Admission into Union as a State.

Missouri was the most richly dowered territory that ever knocked at the doors of Congress for admission into the Union. "Child of the Storm" is a sobriquet that might aptly be applied to her; for when John Scott, delegate from Missouri, in the early days of 1819, called up his resolution in the nature of an "Enabling Act" that awful storm concerning slavery burst upon the country, which raged with intermittent fury till Appomattox closed the bloodiest chapter in the Book of Time. The chances are that could Mr. Tallmadge of New York have looked down the vista of years and seen all the blood shed in that titanic struggle he never would have proposed to amend Delegate Scott's Enabling Act for Missouri with these portentous words:

History of Pensacola, Florida

The history of Pensacola, Florida begins long before the Spanish claimed founding of the modern city in 1698. The area around present-day Pensacola was inhabited by Native American peoples thousands of years before the historical era. The Panzacola tribe had a well-established culture hundreds of years prior to European encounter, with a ceremonial mound center north of present-day Mobile, Alabama which its people occupied 1250 to 1550.[1]

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