The negro speaks of rivers
Central high school
The weary blues
Mother to son
One of the two most ancient Greek poets, this person "wrote" The Odyssey.
This Greek playwright earned first prize more than any other in the Great Dionysia. He is responsible for the Oedipus Trilogy.
This Greek playwright was a skeptic and philosopher. Despite the realism in his dramas, he was ridiculed by his contemporaries.
This playwright wrote Oresteia and added a second actor to the stage.
This word describes a group that sings/chants the poetry of early Greek drama.
What is the yearly competition of dramatic poetry called?
He is regarded as the "father of history"
This Roman poet didn't believe in any of the myths he wrote about.
This Roman poet wrote about the Roman hero Aeneas in his epic, the Aeneid.
Ovid's greatest work was called what?
This instrument would accompany the recitation of an epic poem.
This writer was a citizen of both Greece and Rome.
Hesiod wrote this epic account of creation.
This word describes both the poems and the poets themselves, who traveled and told stories.
All of the stories prior to the fifth century BC were passed down through _____ tradition.
a sea fort built on an artificial island protecting South Carolina from naval invasion
passed after the civil war in 1870
american white supremacist terrorist hate group
process in which the House of Representatives make up the first major step required to remove a government official from office
a landmark supreme court decision that upheld the constitutionality of racial segregation
elected 16th president of the United States
first major land battle of the American Civil War
the initial Civil War strategy devised by General Winfield Scott of the U.S. Army
one of the South's most successful generals during the American Civil War
elected 18th president of the United States
provided protection for federally appointed officials who required conformation by the U.S. Senate
known as the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, was established in 1865
a period from about 1865 to 1877 where federal laws offered observable protection of civil rights
restrictive laws designed to limit the freedom of African Americans
first amendment to the U.S. Constitution during the period of Reconstruction