Notebook Pages

Here you will find links to the notebook pages that should be in your History notebook. You can always come here to get the notes if you were absent or lost them. There are no excuses for not having your notes.

Page 1 (August 15) Quick Reference Guide

Page 2 (August 17) Primary and Secondary Sources

Page 3 and 4 (August 18) Latitude Longitude 

Pages 5, 6, and 7 (August 22) Land and Water Features (Complete) Students are to diagram in boxes.

Page 8 (August 23) Continents and Oceans World Map

Page 9 (August 24) Major Bodies of Water Map

Page 10 (August 24) Major Bodies of Water 2018 (Complete)

Students are to color each continent and make a key. All Oceans are to be labeled.

Page 11 (August 30-31) Geographic Regions Map (Colored)

Page 12 (August 30-31) Geographic Region Sheet Blocks (Complete)

Page 13 (September 11) Archaeology Notes 2016-17

Page 14 (September 13) Resources

Page 15 (September 18) Native Americans

Page 16 (September 18) Native American Map (Colored and Complete)

Page 17 (September 25) West African Trade

Page 18 (September 28) Motivating Factors 2014 Complete

Page 19 (September 29) Obstacles 2014 c

Page 20 (September 29) Accomplishments 2014c

Page 21 (October 9) Explorers chart and map

Pages 22-23 (October 10-17) Explorers and Native Americans Interactions

Page 24 (October 31) Early Economic Colonies 2014 Filled in

Page 25 (November 1) Early Religious Colonies 2014 Filled in

Page 26 (November 8) New England Mid Atlantic and Southern Regions

Page 27 (November 8) New England Colonies

Page 28 (November 9) Mid Atlantic Colonies Map

Page 29 (November 9) Mid Atlantic Colonies

Page 30 (November 10) Southern Colonies Map

Page 31 (November 10) Southern Colonies

Page 32 (November 13) People in the Colonies

Page 33 (November 13) Page 2 from link above.

Page 34 (November 27) British Controls USI.5d

Page 35 (November 28) Colonial Dissatisfactions

Page 36 (November 29)Key People of the Revolution (2017)

Page 37 (November 30) Page 2 from the above link

Page 38 (December 4) Pre revolutionary events

Page 39 (December 5) 1cc and Lexington Concord Bunker Hill

Page 40 (December 6) The Declaration of Independence

Page 41 (December 7) Key Battles of the Revolution

Page 42 (December 8) Treaty of Paris and Colonial Advantages

Page 43 (January 11) Articles of Confederation

Page 44/45 (January 22/23) The Constitution 2016

Page 46 (January 25) The Bill of Rights

Page 47 (January 29/30) First 5 President Page1

Page 48  (January 29/30)First 5 Presidents Page 2

Page 49 (January 30) Benjamin Banneker

Page 50 (February 6) Manifest Destiny 2017

Page 51 (February 6-8) The Expansion of the United States 2017

Page 52 (February 9) Westward Expansion 2017

Page 53 (February 16) New Technologies

Page 54 (March) Suffragists

Page 55 (March) Abolitionists

Page 56 (April 9) Issues that divided the nation

Page 57 (April 11/12) Compromises

Page 58 (April 18) Secession

Page 59 (April 18/19) Sides of War Chart

Page 60 (April 19/20) US Map with State Abbreviations

Page 61/62 (April23/24)   Civil War People (Complete) 2017

Page 63 (April 25) Civil War Battles and Topography

Page 64 (April 26) Effects of War

 

Students looking for electronic copies of the notes beyond this page can now find them on their US History Schoology page. 

Notebook pages will no longer be added to this location.