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October 5, 1795: Gen. Napoleon Bonaparte first rises to national prominence, being named to defend the French National Convention against armed counter-revolutionary rioters threatening the 3-year-old revolutionary government.

October 5, 1795: Gen. Napoleon Bonaparte first rises to national prominence, being named to defend the French National Convention against armed counter-revolutionary rioters threatening the 3-year-old revolutionary government.

French Revolution 13th Vendemiaire 1765 (5 October). Napoleon helping to defeat counter-revolutionaries in Paris. Engraving.

French Revolution 13th Vendemiaire 1765 (5 October). Napoleon helping to defeat counter-revolutionaries in Paris. Engraving.

Help your students prepare for new Common Core social studies tests, like TNReady, with this FREE product. Students will identify the location, chronological order, and outcome of 12 major battles or events of the Civil War, including: Fort Sumter, First Battle of Bull Run, Fort Henry and Donelson, Shiloh, Antietam, Gettysburg, Vicksburg, Chickamauga, Franklin, Nashville, and Appomattox Court House.

Help your students prepare for new Common Core social studies tests, like TNReady, with this FREE product. Students will identify the location, chronological order, and outcome of 12 major battles or events of the Civil War, including: Fort Sumter, First Battle of Bull Run, Fort Henry and Donelson, Shiloh, Antietam, Gettysburg, Vicksburg, Chickamauga, Franklin, Nashville, and Appomattox Court House.

La Révolution Française par l'image

La Révolution Française par l'image

This Civil War map activity will help students understand what the United States looked like at the start of the Civil War including its western territories, where significant battles occurred, and which states were Union, Confederate, or Borders states. It's also a great way to incorporate geography into your unit. Students will label, color, and draw on the map and then answer a few questions. Great for your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th grade homeschool and classroom students! $

This Civil War map activity will help students understand what the United States looked like at the start of the Civil War including its western territories, where significant battles occurred, and which states were Union, Confederate, or Borders states. It's also a great way to incorporate geography into your unit. Students will label, color, and draw on the map and then answer a few questions. Great for your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th grade homeschool and classroom students! $

Clio's Lessons: French Revolution - 13 Vendemiaire, Napoleon Becomes a Hero

Clio's Lessons: French Revolution - 13 Vendemiaire, Napoleon Becomes a Hero

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