Juliana Barr, Peace Came in the Form of a Woman: Indians and Spaniards in the Texas Borderlands

History, Undergraduate
Read this article https://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/entries/santa-cruz-de-san-saba-missionAnswer the question belowQ2: Using Juliana Barrs interpretation of the conflict at Santa Cruz de San Saba Mission, what ismissing from the Handbook of Texas entry on San Saba(https://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/entries/santa-cruz-de-san-saba-mission)? What wouldyou add to incorporate Barr's interpretation? You can also select another Handbook entryrelated to Colonial Texas, if you preferInclude thesis statement/short introduction (what do you intend to argue?) Be sure to address ALL parts of each question (a paragraph for each sub-question, or, if the question asks you to compare/contrast three things, then write a paragraph for each); be sure to answer the question(s) I ask Make specific references to material from lecture, from class reading assignments, and from the Powerpoints posted in Blackboard: Avoid direct quotes, but employ phrases like As [Author name] argues (Use short…
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Juliana Barr, Peace Came in the Form of a Woman: Indians and Spaniards in the Texas Borderlands

History, Undergraduate
Using only the "Juliana Barr, Peace Came in the Form of a Woman" book Answer the questions below.Do not quote from the book at all. Paraphrases onlyin-text citations ok with just (Barr, and page number)No bibliography needQ1: Spaniards in Texas, therefore, struggled to establish a presence among multiple nativegroups who had no need for mission salvation or welfare, no fear of Spanish military force, andno patience for the lack of Spanish markets or trade fairs (especially in comparison with thoseoffered by Frenchmen in Louisiana and by Spaniards in New Mexico). The primary powerrelations were not European versus Indian, but relations among native peoples. (Intro, PeaceCame in the Form of Woman)Barr divides her book into THREE parts that take us chronologically through Texas in the 17thand 18th centuries. Using ONE example…
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Historical Context Chart

APA (edition "APA 6"), History
Complete attached Document.Prompt: To understand your topic, you need to understand the world in which the events related to that topic took place. First, list your research topic and the revised research question you plan to address moving forward. Then, choose two secondary sources related to your research topic and provide the citation for each in the chart. You may use secondary sources from previous assignments. Next, explain in the chart what each source tells you about the historical context of a chosen event and how it relates to your topic. In the last chart column, explain how the context provided by the source will help you write your thesis statement, answering your research question. Replace the bracketed text with the relevant information.[South African Apartheid]
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Archaic Greece Short Answer Questions

History, Undergraduate
Respond to each prompt in 250-words each. Why does democracy rise in Greece on the eve of the Classical Period?Explain the social and political organization of Greece from 700 to 479 BC.Explain the influence of Cleisthenes and Achaemenid Empire.
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HISTORY OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

History, Undergraduate
After read the file I attached, please answer the questions.1. Who do you think was or were the first industrial designer(s)? Why and how was their thinking emulated in contemporary problem solving?2. Give some examples of objects that you consider design classics, that have beauty and are functional (for example, the common pin, the staple, a coffee grinder).3. If the Crystal Palace was the first World Expo and was high technology in its time, compare it to our contemporary Crystal Palace: the internet. How could we use the internet better to do the same things the Crystal Palace did for humankind?
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who is A progressive

APA (edition "APA 7"), History
Who is A Progressive?Review the following site:Link (website): Presidential Election of 1912: A Resource Guide (Links to an external site.)Then, address the following:According to Roosevelt, what are the characteristics of a progressive?Explain and give examples of the characteristics of "anti-progressives."Trace what types of activities "anti-progressives" engaged in?Analyze the goals of progressivism.Explain what areas of society progressives addressed?Analyze the progressive achievements Roosevelt highlights in his speech?            Writing Requirements (APA format)Length: 3-4 pages (not including title page or references page)1-inch marginsDouble spaced12-point Times New Roman fontTitle pageReferences pageIn-text citations that correspond with your end referencesFeel free to review the library guide for scholarly sources and videos at the following link:Link (website): History Library Guide (Links to an external site.)IntroductionThe purposes of each case study assignment include the…
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Cold War

APA (edition "APA 6"), History
The second option focuses on the beginning of the Cold War. Many scholars contended fears about nuclear destruction or communist domination manifested itself in Science Fiction literature and motion pictures made during the 1950s and 1960s. Do you accept that premise? Did the eventual Soviet Union development of the atomic bomb, the Sputnik launch, and the growth of US presence throughout the world further reinforce Cold War fears?
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Evaluate the characters of Daniel Burnham and H. H. Holmes and the era itself and explain how they demonstrate the conflict between good and evil by answering the following:

History, Undergraduate
Compare and contrast the characters Daniel Burnham and Henry H. Holmes? How are they different?  Are they alike in any way? Compare and contrast the juxtaposition between the grand architecture of the worlds fair and Holmess deadly hotel. What is the total picture of late nineteenth-century America that emerges from The Devil in the White City?  In that societys view toward wealth?  In that societys views and treatment of women at the time
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Columbus Day

High School, History
Columbus Day How is it remembered today? Christopher Columbus is generally the figure most accredited formarking the beginnings of the Spanish and Portuguese Empires, andsubsequently for British, and French North America, and eventually, the U.S.This week, we are going to examine the legacy of Columbus Day(10/11/2021), and how the perception of this national holiday has changedfrom the mid-20 th  century (1950s) U.S. to today. Research/Document Requirement: This assignment does require you toreview all of week 1s materials At least 2 of the newspaper articles listed under week 1s course content.You may refer to these articles in your entry by their number, such as (#1),or (#2). (attached: Article 1 and Article 2) And at least one other course resource:The OpenStax text (attached) No other sources are allowed for this assignment! Writing Prompt: After reviewing this weeks materials, begin your…
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History Film Analysis

CMS Citation, History
I have provided the CMS citations and examples in images, I have also provided a list of movies which i would like for you to choose one of them and thy are in images. The films have information that was to be revised. I want you to read and understand every source of information provided and apply it on this assignment.
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