By Jesus Garcia, Donna M. Ogle, C. Frederick Risinger, Holt Mcdougal
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But the western states, far more fortunate than their eastern sisters . . can now reserve their forests. . ” D. was an owner of a large lumber company. Reprinted by permission of the publisher from “Letter to James Wilson,” June 7, 1907, in The Letters of Theodore Roosevelt, Volume 5, edited by Elting E. : Harvard University Press. Copyright © 1951 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College. TEST-TAKING STRATEGIES AND PRACTICE In the East, the states are now painfully, and at great expense, endeavoring to undo the effects of their former short-sighted policy in throwing away their forest lands.
North B. south C. east answers: 1 (C), 2 (D) D. S. history to answer questions 1 through 4. City of San Francisco San Rafael Urban areas RichmondSan Rafael Bridge Berkeley Angel I. Sausalito Treasure I. 37o50' N Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco Oakland San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Sa PACIFIC Alcatraz I. n Fr an OCEAN ci sc o N Ba South San Francisco E W San Mateo Bridge S 0 4 8 miles 0 4 8 kilometers Albers Equal-Area Projection 122o35' W 1. y San Mateo Belmont Which one of the following describes the location of Sausalito?
History textbooks use several types of charts, including tables, flow charts, Venn diagrams, and concept webs. The type of chart most commonly found in standardized tests is the table. It organizes information in columns and rows for easy viewing. Read the title and identify the broad subject of the chart. Read the column and row headings and any other labels. This will provide more details about the subject of the chart. United States Population by Region and Nativity 1890–1920 1890 1900 1910 1920 Northeast Total Population % Native Born % Foreign Born 17,407,000 78 22 21,047,000 77 23 25,869,000 74 26 29,662,000 77 23 North Central Total Population % Native Born % Foreign Born 22,410,000 82 18 26,333,000 84 16 29,889,000 84 16 34,020,000 86 14 South Total Population % Native Born % Foreign Born 20,028,000 97 3 24,524,000 98 2 29,389,000 97 3 33,126,000 97 3 West Total Population % Native Born % Foreign Born 3,134,000 78 22 4,309,000 75 25 7,082,000 76 24 9,214,000 79 21 Compare and contrast the information from column to column and row to row.
American History by Jesus Garcia, Donna M. Ogle, C. Frederick Risinger, Holt Mcdougal