The First Crusade (1095–1099) was the first of a number of crusades that
attempted to recapture the Holy Lands, called by Pope Urban II in 1095. ... This
first group is often called the Peasan...
Feb 14, 2011 ... 3. A group of northern European port cities organized themselves into what came
to be called the. A. Commercial League of North Europe.
May 25, 2011 ... C. They peacefully incorporated neighboring peoples into their system. D. They
adopted harsh military ... A group of northern European port cities organized
themselves into what came to be called the. A. Hanseatic League.
The other large linguistic group in Pennsylvania was the Algonkian, represented
... In the end, they fell victim to new diseases brought by European settlers, and to
... who came to Pennsylvania from the west in the 1690s, some groups settling on
the .... He visited Philadelphia, just laid out as the capital city, created the three ...
The period we are going to study this week is called the Middle Ages. By this ... It
was during this period that Europe's development came to depend less on the ....
The Roman Empire had been organized around cities that were economic,
cultural, and ... He conquered northern Italy, Saxony, Bavaria, Brittany, and into
Formal planning for the invasion of Northwest Europe began in 1943. ... He and
his staff then prepared the details of a plan to organize, transport, land, and
supply the ... He hoped to lead the airborne troops into battle, but after only a few
months he was .... Small groups of Allied ships and planes would head towards
Here, the earliest cities in world history appeared, about 3500 BC. ... 1500: The
Mitanni, an Indo-European people, conquer northern Mesopotamia, plus areas of
... but in ancient times the sea came much further inland, and they flowed into it
as .... be supplemented in times of war by a larger group of citizens, called up
May 23, 2006 ... Scott then led his army into the interior of Mexico with victories at Cerro Gordo, ...
the latter group being of mixed European and Indian heritage. ... Map 1: Scott's
Campaign, Advance to Mexico City, 1846-1847 .... After the regiments were
organized, they "mustered" into federal service and came under Wa...
Most settlers who came to America in the 17th century were English, but there
were ... it grew prosperous, and Boston became one of America's greatest ports.
... World for the Scots-Irish, who moved into the colony in the early 18th century. "
Bold and indigent strangers," as one Pennsylvania official called them, they
Across the Atlantic came successive groups of Englishmen, Frenchmen, ... links
between the coastal plain and the ports, and thence with Europe. ... a body of
men and women called Puritans sought to reform the Established .... This did not,
however, mean that all settlers transformed themselves into Englishmen abroad.