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What was general Sherman's field order number 15?

Reject by President Johnson. - APEX


The Albany Plan of Union was proposed in order to strengthen the colonies against who?

The Albany Plan of Union was proposed in order to strengthen the colonies against the French.


How many amendments have been made to the US Constitution?

While a total of 33 amendments to the U.S. Constitution have been proposed by Congress, only twenty-seven of them have been ratified by at least three fourths of the states and now are officially part of the U.S, Constitution. The 18th Amendment was repealed by the 21st Amendment.proposed 28 Sep 1789; ratified 15 Dec 1791 (religion, free speech, assembly)proposed 28 Sep 1789; ratified 15 Dec 1791 (keep and bear arms)proposed 28 Sep 1789; ratified 15 Dec 1791 (gov. can't use your home w/o your permission)proposed 28 Sep 1789; ratified 15 Dec 1791 (no unreasonable search/seizure; warrant req'd)proposed 28 Sep 1789; ratified 15 Dec 1791 (protections against abuses of gov. authority)proposed 28 Sep 1789; ratified 15 Dec 1791 (rights in criminal prosecutions)proposed 28 Sep 1789; ratified 15 Dec 1791 (jury trial; no double jeopardy)proposed 28 Sep 1789; ratified 15 Dec 1791 (limits on bails/fines/punishments)proposed 28 Sep 1789; ratified 15 Dec 1791 (rights not specifically stated)proposed 28 Sep 1789; ratified 15 Dec 1791 (federal powers; state powers)proposed 4 Mar 1794; ratified 7 Feb 1795 (states' soverign immunity)proposed 9 Dec 1803; ratified 15 Jun 1804 (Pres. & V.P. elections)proposed 31 Jan 1865; ratified 6 Dec 1865 (slavery abolished)proposed 13 Jun 1866; ratified 21 Jul 1868 (citizenship; due process; equal protection)proposed 26 Feb 1869; ratified 3 Feb 1870 (voting rights for blacks)proposed 2 Jul 1909; ratified 3 Feb 1913 (income tax)proposed 13 May 1912; ratified 8 Apr 1913 (direct election of Senators)proposed 18 Dec 1917; ratified 16 Jan 1919 (prohibition)proposed 4 Jun 1919; ratified 18 Aug 1920 (voting rights for women)proposed 2 Mar 1932; ratified 23 Jan 1933 (new terms for Congress, Pres. & V.P.)proposed 20 Feb 1933; ratified 5 Dec 1933 (prohibition repealed)proposed 21 Mar 1947; ratified 27 Feb 1951 (Pres. term limits)proposed 16 Jun 1960; ratified 29 Mar 1961 (D.C. allowed to vote for Pres./V.P.)proposed 27 Aug 1962; ratified 23 Jan 1964 (poll tax prohibited)proposed 6 Jul 1965; ratified 10 Feb 1967 (mid-term replacement of Pres. or V.P.)proposed 23 Mar 1971; ratified 1 Jul 1971 (voting rights for 18-year-olds)proposed 28 Sep 1789; ratified 7 May 1992 (congressional salary changes)27. The first 10 are the "Bill of Rights"


What led many freed slaves to believe they would finally be able to own land in the south?

General Sherman's Special Field Order No. 15.


A proposed amendment passes Congress with a simple majority What happens next?

Taking the route you proposed, once Congress passes a proposed amendment, the amendment is subsequently proposed to State Legislatures. 3/4 of the State Legislatures must pass in order for the amendment to be added to the Constitution. --Charlie G.

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Sherman's Special Field Order Number 15 was?

rejected by President Johnson.


What was general Sherman's field order number 15?

Reject by President Johnson. - APEX


Field order 15?

Special field order 15 was an order issued by William T Sherman during the Civil War. It dealt with redistribution of confiscated lands by the Union to newly freed blacks in forty-acre segments. The order distributed to those freed blacks roughly 400,000 acres of land.


What was General Sherman's special field order number 15?

Reject by President Johnson. - APEX


Stahl and Becher major contributions to the field of chemistry?

They proposed the Phlogiston Theory.


The Albany Plan of Union was proposed in order to strengthen the colonies against who?

The Albany Plan of Union was proposed in order to strengthen the colonies against the French.


Can a F-15 land on a carrier?

There was a variant of the F-15 that was proposed for the U.S. Navy, however it was not purchased.


General Shermans special field order number 15 was?

Rejected by president johnson


How do you get a proposed order?

You propose it. You draft an order saying what you would like for the court to order, and you submit it to the judge for consideration.


What is a proposed form of order?

A proposed order is a preliminary form of a written order that one lawyer prepares to put in writing an oral decision by a judge. If there is a motion, say for an order to compel the other party to appear at a deposition, the court makes a ruling from the bench verbally. Normally, whichever lawyer won on the motion prepares the proposed form of order. It is always possible that the lawyer preparing the order makes some mistake in wording or leavies something out that should be in, or adds something that shouldn't be in. In order to avoid this, most courts require the lawyer preparing the order to send a proposed form of order to the court and the other lawyer for review. Tho other lawyer has a right to object to the wordin. If no objection is made or if one is made and dealt with by the court, the proposed form of order is either signed as is or modified to become the final form of the order.


Who did Williams marry?

Ayda Field. He proposed to her over the holidays in 2009. They are planning on a Valentine's Day wedding.


What if a guy proposed to you online?

Its a sad sad day in the natural order.