Examples of Golden Thirteen in the following topics:
- Explain the importance of the Tuskegee Airmen, the Golden Thirteen, the Port Chicago disaster, and the 1997 recipients of the Medal of Honor
- The colonies began as disparate political units, eventually merging themselves into thirteen cohesive colonies.
- The Thirteen Colonies were the English colonies on the Atlantic coast of North America founded between 1607 and 1733.
- Before independence, the original thirteen were part of a larger set of colonies in British America.
- The original thirteen all had well-established systems of self-government and elections based on the Rights of Englishmen which, they determined, would protect them from imperial interference.
- This territorial map includes The British Province of Quebec and the British thirteen colonies on the Atlantic coast.
- Nativism was an anti-immigration movement that favored those descended from the inhabitants of the original thirteen colonies.
- In this context, "native" did not mean indigenous or American Indian, but rather those descended from the inhabitants of the original British thirteen colonies.
- These issues were not addressed directly by the Articles of Confederation, which regulated the thirteen largely independent American states at the time, nor by the authorization of the Potomac Company a year earlier which was to regulate the Potomac above the Great Falls.
- The report contained thirteen proposals known as the Mount Vernon Compact, ratified by both Maryland and Virginia.
- During the Revolutionary War, the Second Continental Congress acted as the national government of the Thirteen Colonies in rebellion.
- Starting in the 17th century, England established thirteen colonies in North America.
- The Thirteen Colonies were the colonies on the Atlantic coast of North America, starting with Virginia in 1607 and ending with Georgia in 1733.
- Analyze and describe the founding and expansion of the original thirteen North American colonies.
- The 17th century marked the early beginnings of English rule in the Americas with the establishment of the Thirteen Colonies.
- The Thirteen Colonies were the colonies on the Atlantic coast of North America, starting with Virginia in 1607, and ending with Georgia in 1733.
- Despite Benjamin Franklin's efforts at the Albany Congress to unite the thirteen colonies under a single system of colonial governance, the British North American colonies remained independent of each other until the eve of the American Revolution.
- Although the thirteen colonies did not form a united confederacy, their organization and structure shared many attributes, especially by the time of the American Revolution in 1775.
- Historians sometimes refer to perennial struggles between governors and their assemblies during the 1600s and 1700s as symptoms of a rising democratic spirit in the thirteen colonies.
- The 1920s are often referred to as the "Golden Age of Hollywood," with "talkies" and the first all-color features replacing silent
- By the end of the
decade, cinema had changed significantly with major leaps in technology that
marked the "Golden Age of Hollywood" and ended the era of the silent film, which
itself had ended the previous, widespread popularity of vaudeville theater.
- This release
arguably launched what came to be known as the "Golden Age of Hollywood."
- American actress Louise Brooks was one of the box-office stars who became famous in the 1920s at the outset of the "Golden Age of Hollywood."
- The first wave of protests attacked the Stamp Act of 1765, and marked the first time Americans from each of the thirteen colonies met together and planned a common front against illegal taxes.