Reflection Essay

APA (edition "APA 6"), History
Discuss THREE of the most interesting things that you learned this semester.2. How is your understanding of the ancient and medieval worlds different now than it was in Week 1? 3. What is ONE thing that you would change to improve the course (assuming that it has remain online and asynchronous)?These are the 3 most important topic that was fascinating to me.Ancient GreeceThe Hellenistic WorldThe Rise of Rome (c. 750-44 BCE)
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What were the most significant events and ideas that led to the Civil War? (Hint: Start with Constitution and go from there.)

History, MLA
ONlY USE THE RESOURCES THAT I GIVE!!!  Get right to the point and support each claim with evidence. Do not use overly long quotes.  If a quote is more than a sentence or two, briefly summarize it, but still cite it. Begin with a strong thesis statement followed by relevant evidence from the readings and lectures. Cite your OpenStax online text as (Stax section.#) for example (Stax 2.2); cite the Zinn documents by the author of the document of title if the author is anonymous, for example (Ginsburg 454);  and cite the presentations/lectures as Colling + lecture/slide #, e.g. (Colling 5/42).  In addition to the Foner text and lectures, you must use at least three primary documents for evidence. These can be found in Zinn.  They are your choice, but…
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McCarthyism and Anti-Communist Campaigns

APA (edition "APA 6"), History
McCarthyism and Anti-Communist CampaignsThe Cold War brought about an irrational fear of communism and communist activities in the United States. As we are learning this week, one of the most vocal instigators of this paranoia was Senator Joseph McCarthy. McCarthy delivered a speech about the imminent threat of communism on February 9, 1950. Perform a search on the internet and locate and read Joseph McCarthy's speech given in Wheeling, West Virginia on February 9, 1950. Copy and paste the following keywords into your Google search bar: "Joseph McCarthy, Wheeling, West Virginia." The speech is also referred to as "Enemies from Within."Construct the case study by responding to the following prompts:Explain how Senator Joseph McCarthy defined communist nations within the speech. What specific threats did these nations pose?Assess if Senator Joseph…
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history event

APA (edition "APA 6"), History
Throughout this course, you have completed assignments tasking you with analyzing primary sources, placing them in historical context, and discussing their significance in relation to both the past and the present. For your final assignment, you will bring everything together by choosing a current event or issue dealing with a theme relevant to the class (e.g. race relations, gender, political ideology, foreign relations, social/religious divides, popular culture)You will then deliver a formal argument answering the following prompt question:What does historical context help us to better understand about this issue or event?You may deliver your argument EITHER in the traditional, written format of an academic essay (approximately 1000 words) OR as an oral or audiovisual presentation (5 minutes, give or take 30 seconds). You should choose the medium in which you…
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Any topic (writer’s choice)

Chicago / Turabian, History
*Include CITATIONS for ALL answers. Identify author and/or source in signal phrases in the text of the answers AND include specific page numbers in parenthesis directly following the direct quotation, paraphrase, summary, etc. These citations are necessary to avoid a zeroes as question grades. (You may use Chicago Manual of Style footnotes or endnotes in place of the parenthetical citations). *Include specific historical context (who, what, when, where) for ALL answers *The exam includes two parts. Answer ONE of the questions in part one, and four of the questions in part two. (In the case that students answer more than one answer in part one, and more than four questions in part two, I will grade only the first one/four.)Note that in total, your exam answers should add up to…
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History

APA (edition "APA 6"), History
For this project I will need 3 separate Paragraphs #1 Discuss the event known as the Trail of Tears. Why did Andrew Jackson seek to remove the Cherokee tribe from their original location? Consider today. Are Native Americans a forgotten group of people?#2 Examine the Texas Revolution. What role if any did the United States play in Texas desire to be independent of Mexico? Think of today. What makes Texas so unique?#3 Why do historians point to the Battles of Gettysburg and Antietam as two of the most important battles of the Civil War? Thoroughly examine each battle.
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Primary Source Driven Research Paper

Chicago / Turabian, History
To do this assignment, you will need to read carefully the PRIMARY sources provided in Salevouris, evaluating who wrote them, when, under what circumstances, the authors motivations and biases. Try to piece together what happened in the summer of 1823 on the Upper Missouri River and why this story matters/is significant.-Your thesis should be complex, debatable by scholars, and evidence-based (i.e.can be proven with evidence vs. a belief/fact statement). 1 Be sure to cite at least FOUR primary sources and at least ONE peer-reviewed article or scholarly book. 2. use primary sources in Michael J. Salevouriss, The Methods and Skills of History, pp. 287-294 for this assignment. ANSWER: Why did the [Rocky Mountain Fur Companys] expedition [in the summer of 1823] end so violently when the original intention was to…
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African American History (Writers Choice)

History, MLA
Your topic can be an historical event, person, place, idea, or thing. A single record of a historical topic represents only one perspective, or point of view, on that topic. So, to better understand it, you will need to examine a wide variety of resources representing all relevant perspectives of that topic. You will be expected to use references in the form of books, newspapers, online/print articles, web pages and website, etc). You must use are least (4) different sources in this paper and it must be a minimum of 4-6 pages formatted in MLA with a proper Works Cited page.
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SLAVE SHIPS ACROSS THE ATLANTIC TO AMERICA

APA (edition "APA 6"), History
This short paper is at least three double-spaced pages of text (Times New Roman, font size 12) and you must consult a minimum of two academically credible sources. Your bibliography and citations may be in APA, MLA, or Chicago Style format. Students majoring in history must use Chicago Style format.The short paper needs to be turned in through the assignment section for grading. If you use any of the information from your sources word-for-word, you must cite the source by using endnotes, footnotes, or parenthetical citations. If you read the information and write it in your own words and it is not common knowledge, then you must cite the source because you are paraphrasing someone's information.The short paper must include a cover page with your name, course number and course…
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Which of these do you think was most significant event in that relationship and why?

History, Not applicable
Texas played an important role in the relationship of the United States and Mexico during the 1830s and 40s.  Which of these do you think was most significant event in that relationship and why?1) The settlement of Texas by 7,000 settlers from the United States in the 1820s.2) Demands by American settlers and local Tejano elites, led by Stephen Austin, for greater independence from the government of Mexico.3) The illegal use of slaves by American settlers in Texas, against the law of Mexico, which had abolished slavery.4) The Mexican troops sent by Mexico's ruler, General Santa Anna, to demonstrate the the authority of the Mexican government in Texas in 1836, which killed 187 American and Tejano seeking protection at a mission church at the Alamo.5) The request by Sam Houston…
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