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Analyze the process of image making or stereotyping as it applied to Native Americans.

Analyze the process of image making or stereotyping as it applied to Native Americans. When were created the different images created and by whom, why did they emerge, what was their long term significance?

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How did united states foreign policy evolve from isolationism to its involvement in the great war?

History 7- History of the United States, 1865 to the Present
Fall 2022
Open-Book Mid-Term Exam
Readings covered: The American Yawp, Chapters 15-22
This is an open-book examination, covering all of the material we have read in the textbook and the corresponding PowerPoint presentations since the beginning of the semester. It consists of one (1) essay, chosen from 5 possible questions.
Your exam must be turned in via Canvas by THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13th at 11:59pm (ONLINE).
Choose any of the following questions. Be sure to have a clear argument that you defend with relevant evidence. Organize your paper with a logical structure and use clear topic sentences and transitions to help your reader understand the logic of your organization. Edit your paper thoroughly to avoid errors and to improve readability. Give your paper a title that reflects your argument.
Grading criteria:
Argument: 25%
Does your paper have a clear, singular, specific argument that answers the question?
Evidence: 25%
Do you use all of the relevant evidence from the textbook and PowerPoints to defend your argument?
Organization: 25%
Does your paper have a logical structure and use clear topic sentences and transitions?
Clarity: 25%
Is your prose efficient, crisp and polished, free of excessive passive voice or distracting spelling or grammatical errors?
Your exam should not exceed four (4) double-spaced pages, excluding a works cited page. Students are expected to refer to the literature that we have read for the exam. You are welcome to use an outside source if it helps to strengthen your argument, but your main sources should be our textbook and the PowerPoints. All direct references to the literature must be properly cited (in MLA format).
Please DO NOT use materials from the Internet without clear identification of the source. Copying of texts from the Internet is considered plagiarism, (I have caught a number of students doing this), you will receive an F for your exam if you do so.
Essay Questions:
Answer one (1) of the following essay questions. You must address completely all aspects of the question asked. Your responses must be based on the relevant reading. The goal is to demonstrate that you have read the assigned material and understand key concepts. Remember to use specific evidence and/or examples to support your arguments. Opinions without evidence, however interesting, are not sufficient.
1. How had the United States changed in the fifty years since the end of the Civil War? What were the most significant differences in the lives of Americans over this span of time?
2. How did the Gilded Age force Americans to confront traditional understandings of freedom? Consider the role of industrialization, the labor movement, and progressivism.
3. In what ways was the United States an empire by the early 1900s? How did foreign interventions, the conquest of the American West, and immigration play into American imperialism?
4. How did United States foreign policy evolve from isolationism to its involvement in the Great War? What were the most important factors affecting this evolution?
5. The health of Americans was touched on in the reading at various times in the period from the Civil War to the first World War. How did industrialization and urbanization and episodes like the influenza pandemic impact how health was thought about in the United States?

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La cosa nostra

LA COSA NOSTRA
1. Thoroughly explain the topic/issue/event/ person. Make sure to include relevant, important points
2. Discuss the impact this topic/issue/event/ person had or could have had on American history
3. Had you heard of this topic/issue/event/ person prior to your research? If so, where or how did you hear about it, and if not, why do you think you have not?
4. Provide 2 reputable sources that helped you for each question.
Email me at mc3534736@gmail.com for more information

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Along with how to use them in the paper.

For the Historians Project Part 4, we looked at how to find useful information in the sources that we found. Along with how to use them in the paper. In at least one paragraph (6-7 sentences per paragraph) answer the following questions.
* Detail your experience with analyzing your sources and taking notes?
* Did you encounter any problems?
Notes: My Historian Project is on “The Harlem Renaissance”
Below I included two sources which I have been using. (There are two secondary sources and one primary):
* “Black American Poets and Dramatists of the Harlem Renaissance” by Harold bloom (Secondary)
* “Major Black American Writers Through the Harlem Renaissance” by Harold Bloom. (Secondary)
* “A Narrative of the Negro” by Leila amors Pendleton (Primary)

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How did the slaves flee?

HISTORY 110 SUMMARY #3
RUNAWAY SLAVES: SLAVES WHO STOLE THEMSELVES
WHAT IS THE MAJOR SOURCE MATERIAL FOR INFORMATION ON RUNAWAY SLAVES? WHAT ISSUES/PROBLEMS
ARISE FROM USING THIS SOURCE OF INFORMATION
WHO (WHAT KIND OF SLAVES) RAN AWAY? WHAT WERE THEIR MOTIVES FOR RUNNING? (GIVE AS MANY AS YOU CAN WITH EXPLANATIONS.)
WHAT DID THE SLAVES TAKE WITH THEM? WHY?
HOW DID THE SLAVES FLEE? (AGAIN LIST AS MANY AS
POSSIBLE.)
WHERE DID THEY FLEE TO? (SEVERAL AREAS)
HOW WERE THEY CAUGHT? (VARIOUS)

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Discuss jefferson’s alteration of locke’s assertion that human rights include “life, liberty, and property.”

Discuss Jefferson’s alteration of Locke’s assertion that human rights include “life, liberty, and property.”

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As the civil war dragged on, why was the north in better shape to win than the south?

As the Civil War dragged on, why was the North in better shape to win than the South? Write a 125-word essay to explain why this was true.

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Include name and purpose of the interest group, and any key individuals.

INTREST GROUP : AMERICANS FOR IMMIGRATION CONTROL. INC
Paragraph 1 – Introduce your group. Include name and purpose of the interest group, and any key individuals.
Paragraph 2 – Explain the origins of the interest group, including how it was formed and how it has grown or changed over time.
Paragraph 3 – Explain whether it has ties to political parties or other interest groups.
Paragraph 4 – Give a description of the specific policy or court decision that it may have had an influence on or connection to.
Paragraph 5 – Give a rationale for the interest group’s position on the policy or court decision.
Sources: list 2-3 sources in MLA format. In case of any clarification message me bradfordgoncalves96@gmail.com i will be offline

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The term paper should be typed and double-spaced, using a times new roman font of 12.

The term
paper should be typed and double-spaced, using a Times New Roman font of 12. There
should be a title page, and 1-inch margins should be utilized throughout the paper. There should be no other sources used besides the article attached. I have read through the article and highlighted some important points. I have also attached a sample paper as an example of the format and style of writing.

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Organize your paper with a logical structure and use clear topic sentences and transitions to help your reader understand the logic of your organization.

History 7- History of the United States, 1865 to the Present
Fall 2022
Open-Book Mid-Term Exam
Readings covered: The American Yawp, Chapters 15-22
This is an open-book examination, covering all of the material we have read in the textbook and the corresponding PowerPoint presentations since the beginning of the semester. It consists of one (1) essay, chosen from 5 possible questions.
Your exam must be turned in via Canvas by THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13th at 11:59pm (ONLINE).
Choose any of the following questions. Be sure to have a clear argument that you defend with relevant evidence. Organize your paper with a logical structure and use clear topic sentences and transitions to help your reader understand the logic of your organization. Edit your paper thoroughly to avoid errors and to improve readability. Give your paper a title that reflects your argument.
Grading criteria:
Argument: 25%
Does your paper have a clear, singular, specific argument that answers the question?
Evidence: 25%
Do you use all of the relevant evidence from the textbook and PowerPoints to defend your argument?
Organization: 25%
Does your paper have a logical structure and use clear topic sentences and transitions?
Clarity: 25%
Is your prose efficient, crisp and polished, free of excessive passive voice or distracting spelling or grammatical errors?
Your exam should not exceed four (4) double-spaced pages, excluding a works cited page. Students are expected to refer to the literature that we have read for the exam. You are welcome to use an outside source if it helps to strengthen your argument, but your main sources should be our textbook and the PowerPoints. All direct references to the literature must be properly cited (in MLA format).
Please DO NOT use materials from the Internet without clear identification of the source. Copying of texts from the Internet is considered plagiarism, (I have caught a number of students doing this), you will receive an F for your exam if you do so.
Essay Questions:
Answer one (1) of the following essay questions. You must address completely all aspects of the question asked. Your responses must be based on the relevant reading. The goal is to demonstrate that you have read the assigned material and understand key concepts. Remember to use specific evidence and/or examples to support your arguments. Opinions without evidence, however interesting, are not sufficient.
1. How had the United States changed in the fifty years since the end of the Civil War? What were the most significant differences in the lives of Americans over this span of time?
2. How did the Gilded Age force Americans to confront traditional understandings of freedom? Consider the role of industrialization, the labor movement, and progressivism.
3. In what ways was the United States an empire by the early 1900s? How did foreign interventions, the conquest of the American West, and immigration play into American imperialism?
4. How did United States foreign policy evolve from isolationism to its involvement in the Great War? What were the most important factors affecting this evolution?
5. The health of Americans was touched on in the reading at various times in the period from the Civil War to the first World War. How did industrialization and urbanization and episodes like the influenza pandemic impact how health was thought about in the United States?