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Migration and Cultural Diffusion


Recognize how migration and cultural diffusion influenced the character of world societies (i.e., spread of religions, empire building, exploration, and languages). 6.1.8

Links verified 8/4/2014

  1. Age of Imperialism - annotated history unit covers United States expansionism around the turn of the last century"
  2. The Age of Imperialism - Quia quiz for one or two players This site includes questions for your students to check their understanding
  3. Gullah Language & Culture - developed in the slave communities of the isolated plantations of the coastal South
  4. Industrial Revolution migration - causes and consequences of migration
  5. The Peopling of America- "A timeline showing forces behind immigration and their impact on the immigrant experience."

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