You will prepare a six-part (1500-words minimum) biographical essay on a fictional character who turned 18 years old in 1910 and lived until 1950 or who turned 18 years old in 1960 and lived until 2010. (Instructors may choose or allow you to select anoth

History, Undergraduate
Part I (200 words minimum): Utilizing your course readings and materials, introduce your character in two or three paragraphs. Provide historically- accurate and meaningful details regarding your characters name, date and place of birth, current place of residence, race, ethnicity, sex, gender, class, and other relevant personal detail and information. Each of these personal characteristics must be identified and explained. In addition, create an avatar (or some other artistic representation) of your character and explain why you chose the characteristics depicted. Part II (500 words minimum): Analyze one of the major historic conflicts taking place in the time-period your character is living through (such as the Civil Rights movement, Vietnam War, Cold War, etc.) and is having a direct impact on the life of your character. Explain the historic antecedents…
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You will prepare a six-part (1500-words minimum) biographical essay on a fictional character who turned 18 years old in 1910 and lived until 1950 or who turned 18 years old in 1960 and lived until 2010. (Instructors may choose or allow you to select anoth

History, Undergraduate
Part I (200 words minimum): Utilizing your course readings and materials, introduce your character in two or three paragraphs. Provide historically- accurate and meaningful details regarding your characters name, date and place of birth, current place of residence, race, ethnicity, sex, gender, class, and other relevant personal detail and information. Each of these personal characteristics must be identified and explained. In addition, create an avatar (or some other artistic representation) of your character and explain why you chose the characteristics depicted. Part II (500 words minimum): Analyze one of the major historic conflicts taking place in the time-period your character is living through (such as the Civil Rights movement, Vietnam War, Cold War, etc.) and is having a direct impact on the life of your character. Explain the historic antecedents…
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Supporting a Thesis Statement

History, Undergraduate
Based on your reading in the webtext ( attached document ) , respond to the following thesis statement. Your response should be two to three paragraphs long and should include your position on the issue. Cite at least three specific pieces of historical evidence.In the long run, busing helped Boston because it desegregated the school system, provided equal educational opportunity for minority students, and set the stage for racial healing and an improved racial climate in the twenty-first century.
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You will prepare a six-part (1500-words minimum) biographical essay on a fictional character who turned 18 years old in 1910 and lived until 1950 or who turned 18 years old in 1960 and lived until 2010. (Instructors may choose or allow you to select anoth

History, Undergraduate
Part I (200 words minimum): Utilizing your course readings and materials, introduce your character in two or three paragraphs. Provide historically- accurate and meaningful details regarding your characters name, date and place of birth, current place of residence, race, ethnicity, sex, gender, class, and other relevant personal detail and information. Each of these personal characteristics must be identified and explained. In addition, create an avatar (or some other artistic representation) of your character and explain why you chose the characteristics depicted.Part II (500 words minimum): Analyze one of the major historic conflicts taking place in the time-period your character is living through (such as the Civil Rights movement, Vietnam War, Cold War, etc.) and is having a direct impact on the life of your character. Explain the historic antecedents or…
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Analysis of Sources

History, Undergraduate
Review Chapter 7 from After the Fact to become familiar with how historians construct and support their arguments. In 500 to 750 words, analyze the methods and sources used by historians to construct their arguments. In your paper, consider the following:    1.  Explain how historians use sources to construct and support their arguments.    2.  Explain the methodologies historians use to construct their arguments.    3.  Explain how historians interact with other disciplines to explain the past.    4.  Explain how historians overcome ethical issues when writing about the pastUse two to three scholarly resources to support your ideas.
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The Revolutionary Debate

History, Undergraduate
The debate is about whether or not to declare independence on 1776, I am sending the files as and example of what she is wanting "the common sense by Thomas is a Rebel primary  Document" and "Charles Inglis the true interest is Loyalist primary Document" the essay have to consist a debate between these 2 documents  about what I already mention " whether or not declare independence in 1776 " please I will really aprecciate your help since I am really bad at history
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The city that captured the sun (Mexicali)

APA (edition "APA 6"), History
1.my country is Mexicali, the capital of Baja California. 2.its located between California and Mexico3. Mexicali lies on the U.S Mexico border opposite Calexico California.4.Mexicalis climate is low because of its low annual precipitation. Weather in Mexicali is extremely hot , hot summers. Mild to warm winters but keeps desert like temperatures every year on.5.some natural resources found wheat,vegetables,alfalfa,cotton,sorghum. Crops as well as fruits Mexicalis abundant resources are fuel followed by hydro,natural gas,coal etc they are required to import as work and paid to do so.6.the population of Mexicali is 1,033 million and counting. The people of Mexicali rent or build their own homes. Most of the people who stay and continue to live in Mexicali where born or arent able to leave due to being an American citizen. The…
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Native American resistance to the U.S. government’s assimilation policies of the late nineteenth century

History, Undergraduate
Read Out of Many ch.18 and the assigned reading by David Wallace Adams to prepare for this assignment.Then craft a two-page, thesis-driven essay discussing Native American resistance to the U.S. government's assimilation policies of the late nineteenth century.Questions to consider:1. How did American culture and Native American culture differ?2. What specific policies did the U.S. government adopt in its efforts to assimilate Native Americans?3. What does the Native American boarding school experience tell us about Native resistance?This assignment is worth 25 points and will be judged on the following criteria: (a) adequacy of reading and preparation, (b) effectiveness of written presentation (grammar and composition), (c) insight into the subject and its significance.
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Western Civilization

APA (edition "APA 6"), History
InstructionsFor this assignment, you will write a reflection paper in which you accomplish the tasks below.Identify one political and one economic postcolonial and/or post-Cold War trend (for a total of two) that you feel greatly impacted your life today. Explain the how or why of the impact on your life.Characterize the impacts political leaders and technological developments had on these trends. Which do you believe played a greater role in shaping the development of the trends?Your paper must be at least one page in length, not including the title page. No sources are required to be used for this assignment.
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history

History, MLA
we have learned that the United States during the period 1865 to 1910 was undergoing extensive and rapid changes economically, politically, and socially.  How are the parallel narratives of the life of Jurgis Rudkus in The Jungle reflective of what is going on in America during this period?  Do you think people like Jurgis are truly free or are there social and political forces that are limiting their freedom?  Im required to engage readings from The Jungle, TAN, as well as lecture materials.  It is expected that you will prove proficiency in the course materials and demonstrate the ability to synthesize and analyze these materials in support of your thesis. (Put thesis in bold)I must use the book The jungle by uptown Sinclair Sources for Americas History volume 2 by…
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