3 edition of The Know nothings. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By a Know something ...|
|LC Classifications||JK2341 .A7 1854|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||09032706|
In the elections, the Know-Nothings captured major offices in several American cities. Their high tide came in , when they garnered . The Know-Nothings. [Michele Spirn; R W Alley] -- Four friends called The Know-Nothings, because they don't know very much, decide to make lunch. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search # An I can read book\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.
This is an 18 page book study of "The Know-Nothings" by Michele Sobel Spirn. It is an All I Can Read Chapter Book Level 2. This book study contains circle maps for each chapter, a prediction page, vocabulary for each chapter, and a comprehension page for each chapter.4/5(3). by Andrew Hamilton. THE MALEDICTION “Know Nothing” has a weak link to an American historical phenomenon existing between roughly and , though it long ago devolved into a simpleminded epithet widely used by ignoramuses to tar politically incorrect White people. Thus, the Jewish New York Times, one of America’s two most powerful newspapers, casually vilifies .
On a local level, the Know-Nothings had a large amount of success in a short time, electing mayors and state representatives in the late s and early s. After elections in , they held. Print book: Fiction: Juvenile audience: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Four friends called The Know-Nothings, because they don't know very much, decide to make lunch.
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The Know-Nothings (I Can Read Book 2) Paperback – Febru by Michele Sobel Spirn (Author), R. Alley (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 4 ratings5/5(4).
The Know-Nothings Humorous (fiction), Trade Book, Lexile This book is about a group of friends, the Know-Nothings, who can't figure out what to eat. They think bananas wear funny coats, you can only get French fries in France, and noodles are too hard.
The Know-Nothings are a silly group of friends who do not know much. Together the group engage is ridiculous antics. A short chapter book with a continuing storyline, students will be amused and engaged, waiting to see what silly thing Boris, Morris, Doris, and Norris will say or do next/5.
Thomas R. Whitney, the son of a silversmith who opened his own shop, wrote the magnum opus of the Know Nothings, A Defense of the American Policy. William “Bill the Butcher” Poole was a gang Author: Lorraine Boissoneault. The Know-Nothings (I Can Read Book 2) Michele Sobel Spirn. out of 5 stars 4.
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The Know-Nothings can't figure out what to eat. Noodles are too hard, bananas wear funny coats, and everyone knows you can only get French fries in France. But even though Boris, Morris, Doris, and Norris may not know much about food, they do know one very important thing —.
The New Know-Nothings illustrates this phenomenon using in-depth case histories and background discussions of the conflicting social forces involved. It considers the prevalence of each form of opposition of research has been subjected to political attack.5/5(1). The Know Nothing movement, formally known as the Native American Party, and the American Party from onwards, was a nativist political party and movement in the United States, which operated nationwide in the mids.
It was primarily an anti-Catholic, anti-immigration, and xenophobic movement, originally starting as a secret Know Nothing movement also briefly emerged.
Know-Nothing party and Brother Jonathon A Know-Nothing party cartoon depicting Brother Jonathon, a beardless forerunner of Uncle Sam, Prints and Photographs Division/Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
(neg no. LC-USZ) That, however, was the peak of Know-Nothing power. 2 hours ago Full Review on The Candid Cover The Good for Nothings by Danielle Banas was a little out of my comfort zone since I am not typically a fan of sci-fi, but this was just the book I needed to get me out of a slump.
There are so many aspects of the book that I adored, including heists and a misfit group of criminals, and the tone of the book is so fun/5(34). Scientists will find The New Know-Nothings engaging as they recognize all-too-familiar scenarios of research opposition.
Readers will charge through this book, as the author did in writing it, powered by an adrenalin rush, either agreeing vehemently or protesting with outrage. Then they will eagerly await a sequel: The New Know-It-Alls.”Cited by: The Know-Nothings--Norris, Morris, Boris, and Doris--who are somewhat reminiscent of James Marshall's Stupids, can't get things right, and their goofy misunderstandings and adventures, played out in four sprightly chapters, will challenge kids' comprehension skills.
Basic vocabulary and comedy fetchingly combined.5/5(3). The know-nothings are a group of four friends that know nothing about thanksgiving. One of them read in a book that there is a turkey and a parade and ships that came to America.
They try to find a turkey for their parade in their parade there is the turkey and a ship/5. Marius Carriere’s The Know Nothings in Louisianais local and state history at its very best. Based on extensive research in primary and secondary sources, Carriere’s book offers a thorough and revisionist account of Know Nothingism in an important southern state.
The battle over use of the bible as a state-sanctioned school book (nativist Protestants for, immigrant Catholics against) is portrayed as one of the great areas of conflict of the "Know Nothing" movement.
(pg. 63). The Know-Nothings victory in Massachusetts was nothing short of sensational, including the governor, all members of Congress and all but three members of the Massachusetts legislature. However, the arrest of Anthony Burns under the Fugitive Slave Act provided the incoming governor, Henry Gardner, a controversy he could not avoid.
The book makes a point of saying that few of the immigrants settled in the South because of slavery. Immigrants were afraid that they would have to compete with slaves for work; and that the competition would keep them from earning a living s: 2.
The book gives an excellent history of politically and religiously motived attacks on the social and behavioral sciences up through the late s. The material is almost 20 years old, so it badly needs an update, but as the author died in that will have to come from someone else/5. Buy a cheap copy of The Know-Nothings book by Michele Sobel Spirn.
Boris, Norris, Morris, and Doris are called the Know-Nothings because they don't know much. They do know where to go if they want french fries--to France, of Free shipping over $/5(3). Read this book on Questia.
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Humorous (fiction), Trade Book, Lexile This story tells about four friends who call themselves the Know-Nothings."The Know Nothings," Which follows "Wild Onion," "Pitchfork Murders," and "San Patricios," continues Reimer's tale of two immigrants who settle in Chicago.
Told from the point of view of characters living in the 19th century with the power of historical fiction. Authentic characters pull the reader into the story creating a desire to know Range: $ - $The Know-Nothings have long been treated as a historical curiosity: a political party that flared onto the scene in the mids – even running a former president as their nominee in the presidential election – before flaming out even more spectacularly by the end of the decade/5.